Join the UW-Green Bay Archives at 6:30 pm for a free community screening of the two-hour documentary Wisconsin Pride – a groundbreaking collaboration between PBS Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Historical Society. The film shows Wisconsin history through a new lens, bringing hidden LGBTQ+ stories forward and reconsidering our state’s history in this light.
You’re also invited at 5:30 pm before the documentary showing for the launch of the digital collection, Our Voices: LGBTQ+ Stories of Northeastern Wisconsin. It features stories from our local LGBTQ+ community, spotlighting over 40 oral history interviews of unique and personal narratives, making LGBTQ+ history come alive.
Wednesday, January 31
Weidner Center, UW-Green Bay
2350 Weidner Center Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311
5:30 p.m. in Fort Howard Hall
Our Voices: LGBTQ+ Stories of Northeastern Wisconsin digital collection launch
6:30 p.m. (Doors open at 6:00 p.m.) in Cofrin Hall
Wisconsin Pride documentary screening
For more information about these events, or to discuss disability accommodations, please contact the Archives Department at (920) 465-2539 or [email protected].