Southern LGBTQ History Project Recognized By ArchivistsHistorians in the News
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama-based program compiling the history of LGBT people in the Deep South is being recognized for its work.
The Society of American Archivists, located in Chicago, said in a statement it is presenting is Archival Innovator Award to the Invisible Histories Project. The Birmingham-based nonprofit has been collecting and archiving material about the gay and lesbian community in the South since 2016.
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