Professors honored for work on history of LGBTQ community

By : Wire Report
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Above: Worcester Historical Museum, “FOR THE RECORD LGBTQ+ WORCESTER” event poster (Photo from Facebook)

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) | Three professors at colleges in Worcester have been honored for their work on a project documenting the history of the region’s LGBTQ community.

Robert Deam Tobin of Clark Univeristy, Stephanie Yuhl of the College of the Holy Cross and Joseph Cullon of Worcester Polytechnic Institute recently received a Key to the City, according to The Telegram & Gazette.

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06.14.18 Tampa Bay Bureau Chief’s Desk

By : Ryan Williams-Jent
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We live in an age where it can be easy to forget your pride. The White House certainly does. Even with orange prominently displayed in our flag, the current administration declined to issue a proclamation acknowledging LGBTQ Americans for the second year in a row.

The Pentagon followed suit, opting for the first time since the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” to not formally acknowledge LGBTQ Pride Month. It was a bold reflection of the administration’s ever-looming transphobic military policies.

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Fit for Print: History isn’t always pretty, or straight

By : Steve Blanchard
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I am a history nerd.

I love visiting historical places, reading up on history and even enjoying a book or film classified as historical fiction.

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