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Sunday, 04 June 2017 16:07

"Lesbians to Watch Out For: 90s Queer LA Activism": an exhibition full of resistance

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A great show on queer activism in the 90s was launched Friday in Los Angeles and will be open until June 16th.

"Lesbians to Watch Out For: 90s queer LA Activism" is the exhibition to discover from June 2 to June 16 in West Hollywood at Plummer Park.

As its title suggests, the show is about lesbian and queer activism in the 90s in Los Angeles.

It is about Avengers, arrests, street resistance, sexy clubs, bars & zines, queer bands & performances that have marked these years.

Through videos and objects such as protest signs, stickers, and music, this exhibition is a flashback to local lesbian, bisexual, and transgender groups like United Lesbians of African Heritage (ULOAH), Los Angeles Asian Pacific Islander Sisters (LAAPIS), Lesbianas Unidas (LU), Bi-Net, Transgender Menace, and so many others to discover.

The exhibition is part of the One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival in the City of West Hollywood, which will continue throughout June to celebrate Pride Month.

You can get more information about this festival of arts at and on social networks at @WeHoArts.

For more information about the exhibition, here is the official Facebook page of the event:


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