Stonewall50: A Drag March Storyslam: Tales of Glamour and Resistance!
This year is the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riot, and the 25th Anniversary of Drag March, which was founded in response to Stonewall 25’s rejection of Drag, gender-nonconforming, fetish, and others marginalized within the queer community. Drag March is the only grassroots, leaderless Pride event that marches without a permit. It’s the only Pride march that travels from the East Village to the West Village. Its storied history is one of glamour and resistance, of movements and activists that define the Village, the legacies of the misfit beginnings of the Village’s queer movements, and so, so much more.
Join us for a multimedia storytelling event that will illuminate, titillate, and educate. A celebration of 25 years, the creation of a Drag March archive, and a collection of memorable storytelling performances!
This event is fully accessible.
- Thursday, May 30, 2019
- 6:30 pm
The LGBT Center, 208 West 13th Street Rm. 101