PRIDE! of the Community is an ongoing project documenting LGBTQ+ history in the Triad. This is the first large-scale initiative to document the LGBTQ+ history of the Triad region of North Carolina. We are currently holding scanning events in Greensboro and other Triad communities, and we will be inviting you to bring in materials that document LGBTQ+ social life, history, activism, organizations, and businesses. We will scan materials and make them available on the web for others to see and use. We will also give participants a copy of the digital files if you like.
PRIDE! of the Community is made possible through a Common Heritage Grant from the National Endownment for the Humanities.
The project coordinators are David Gwynn, Associate Professor and Digitization Coordinator, and Stacey Krim, Assistant Professor and Curator of Manuscripts at the UNC Greensboro University Libraries. Jennifer Motszko, now Head of Archives & Area Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater was originally the primary principal investigator.