We enjoy a good event, especially when it comes to celebrating Pride.
Keep an eye out for museum representatives marching in a parade in your community. And if you don't see us, please let us know. We would love to join you in an upcoming event in your town or city.
Oral History Project
We love to tell stories. Even better, we love to hear your stories. This is why we kick-started our Oral History Project in 2013 during Capitol Pride in Washington, DC. Throughout the day, our "Time Machine" video booths captured over 200 unique stories from a diverse group of visitors. These stories, which we continue to collect today, will provide an invaluable resource to us as we craft the narrative and major themes for the museum.
We are committed to providing quality family programming... for all families.
The photo you see here was taken during a public programming event. Children and parents, along with professional museum educators, spent the day reading age appropriate books addressing topics of diversity and inclusion.
All museum activities are conducted in a safe and welcoming environment.