About this event
Join Sarah Schulman, Ted Brown and Dan Glass for a conversation about LGBTQ activist history, cross-generational care and solidarity. We will look at how activist histories are made, how we can learn from them, and how LGBTQ activists support each other across generations.
Sarah Schulman – Novelist, playwright, screenwriter, nonfiction writer, AIDS historian, journalist, and active participant citizen. This event celebrates the publication of her most recent book Let The Record Show: A Political History of ACT UP New York 1987 – 1993.
Ted Brown – Black LGBTQ activist and Member of the Gay Liberation Front since 1970. Co-founder of Black Lesbians & Gays Against Media Homophobia. He was recently featured in The Guardian.
Dan Glass – ‘Aids Coalition to Unleash Power’ (ACT UP) healthcare and human rights activist, performer, presenter and writer. He is author of United Queerdom: From the Legends of the Gay Liberation Front to the Queers of Tomorrow.
Brighton CTSG welcomes any donations from attendees to the CTSG scholarship fundraiser – to build researcher capacity within and around the trans community. The scholarship is awarded to a postgraduate candidate who is committed to making a difference to the wider trans community.