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Why We’re Here

Welcome to ONE Archives Foundation, an independent 501(c)(3) dedicated to telling the accurate and authentic stories of LGBTQ people, history and culture through public exhibitions, educational projects and trainings, and community outreach programs. Our exhibitions, school programs, and community outreach programs are free. We depend entirely on members of the public and private foundations for support.

Why We’re Here

Welcome to ONE Archives Foundation, an independent 501(c)(3) dedicated to telling the accurate and authentic stories of LGBTQ people, history and culture through public exhibitions, educational projects and trainings, and community outreach programs. Our exhibitions, school programs, and community outreach programs are free. We depend entirely on members of the public and private foundations for support.

What We Do

Education Initiatives

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Serving students, teachers, research fellows, and the larger public with a variety of educational initiatives

Exhibitions

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Connecting the rich histories of LGBTQ communities with the continual fight for equal rights and visibility

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

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A robust schedule of rich dialogues, public and private tours, and provocative, all-inclusive events always presented free of charge

Our Impact

In 2021, we organized exhibitions and public programs, including the multi-site public art project Pride Publics, attracting over 70,000 visitors. Our exhibitions and programs supported and uplifted the work of over 90 LGBTQ+ artists, scholars, and community leaders.

Our Webby-honored virtual reading of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart was directed by the renowned Paris Barclay and featured an all-star cast including Sterling K. Brown and Laverne Cox. The Normal Heart received high acclaim, reaching audiences across the US and 19 countries worldwide. The reading marked the first time the play featured a predominately BIPOC and LGBTQ+ cast.

Through our education programming, we served 180 educators and administrators, providing lesson plan content to support teaching LGBTQ+ history in grades K-12. We also launched a LGBTQ+ youth-led storytelling program with a first cohort of six youth leaders.

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Join Our Community

RECEIVE OUR NEWSLETTER

Receive updates about programs and exhibitions.

BECOME A DONOR

Enjoy exclusive access while supporting our LGBTQ mission.

STAY CONNECTED

Get the latest news and join the conversation.

CURATED LGBTQ+ NEWS

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