OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: Isabelle Sentis

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …

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Looking back on Pride ’72, by Peter Tatchell

My memories of Britain’s first LGBT Pride march in 1972   Peter Tatchell writes: Way back in the early 1970s, I was a member of the newly-formed Gay Liberation Front. It was Britain’s first direct action human rights movement of openly lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. To combat the invisibility and denigration of the queer community, we decided to organise …

OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: Cheryl Morgan

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …

OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: Katherine Jones

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …

OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: Robert Howes

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …

OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: John Lauritsen

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …

Allies in the Labour Movement: Peter Purton

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. Leading up to the Conference, Peter Purton, friend and contributor to the OUTing the Past popular festival, has offered an enlightening and …

OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: Danny Barreto

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …

OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: Chike Frankie Edozien

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …

OTP2018 Conference Spotlight: Ken Valente

The OUTing the Past 2018 Academic Conference of LGBT History & Activism brings together some of the leading scholars in the emerging field, activists from communities domestic and abroad, and the general public at Liverpool John Moores University. The Festival Comms team has reached out to all participants in hopes of spreading the word on the fantastic work being done …