The presentation can be viewed on the Montgomery History website. No registration is required to see the presentation. It will be available through Monday, April 18.
“Maryland LGBTQ Historic Context” includes discussion about sites associated with non-binary historical figures, leading “out” elected officials, strong community groups, popular gay bars, advocacy for AIDS treatment and marriage equality and other important sites. The report has spurred local efforts to research and preserve specific properties–including two homes in Montgomery County associated with prominent LGBTQ Marylanders.