Gay Liberation Front Protest On The Streets Regarding The First Gay Pride Parade Permits. June 1970 E1368241471914

LGBTQ History Project Internship

January 8, 2013

ONE Archives is currently seeking an intern to assist with a new history project being developed!

LGBTQ History Project Internship
Winter/Spring 2013

ONE Archives is currently accepting applications for student interns interested in helping produce a series of LGBTQ history panels to be utilized as educational displays by non-profit organizations, corporations and public schools. The project will involve using the collections at ONE, the largest LGBTQ archive in the world, to research, develop and write content, identity and scan images for the displays, and possibly assist with design issues as needed. Past displays have including the history of HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ movement pioneers from Los Angeles, and historical issues faced by gay parents, to name a few. The ideal candidate will have a knowledge of and passion for LGBTQ history as well as strong written and communication skills. Candidates must be available to work at least 10 hours a week for a minimum of 12 weeks. This is a non-paid internship, however ONE can provide university credit. Applicants should send a resume, cover letter and writing sample to Jamie Scot, Project & Development Manager at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives: jamies@onearchives.org.

Image: Gay Liberation Front protest on the streets regarding the first gay pride parade permits. June 1970. Los Angeles Gay Liberation Front Historical Collection

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