This weekend, the Lavender Effect launched our IndieGogo campaign for our Oral History Project. The Oral History Project (OHP) will record testimonies from the LGBTQ community and supportive allies who were integral participants or witnesses to a historic event or movement. These recordings will be produced at the highest standards possible (i.e. USC Shoah Foundation‘s guidelines)….
On Saturday, April 6, The Lavender Effect participated in Boyle Heights’ first-ever LGBTQ Forum, a ground-breaking event for this predominantly traditional Latino community. TLE partnered with two other Community Partners Projects: the Latino Equality Alliance (LEA) and the Las Fotos Project. Advisory Board members Jacob Rostovsky and Justin Emerick (Mr. Los Angeles Leather) joined Founding Executive Director Andy Sacher in a history-focused workshop for LGBTQ…
Our Executive Director, Andy Sacher, has just published our Winter 2012 Newsletter. You can read it by looking under News>Newsletters or by clicking here.
Curbed Los Angeles Magazine announces The Lavender Effect’s vision for a “emotinally immersive and engaging journey through LGBTQ cultures…” Go to LA LGBT MUSEUM EFFORT KICKS OFF for the full article.