Gerber/Hart is in the midst of expanding services and programs, and in the not-too-distant future will be moving to a larger space. Additional board members will be of great value for this phase of growth and development. Would you or someone you know be interested in joining the board team?
What a year this has been! A pandemic that has taken so many lives and disrupted our social routines. A deeply divisive election campaign. The continuing exposure of police violence, especially against African Americans. The immediacy and emotional toll of these events can make it seem as if we are
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Emerging as an outgrowth of the AIDS pandemic and the activism it brought forth, the 1990s saw a new wave of advocacy sweep through queer communities in Chicago and across the country. Political hostility, gay-for-pay media representation, and ongoing threats of physical violence pushed queer identities to the margins of
The exhibit displays comics from a span of nearly 50 years, examining three themes in particular: style and identity, AIDS, and anger. The exhibit includes work from cartoonists like Alison Bechdel and Howard Cruse, as well as comics produced by government agencies and mainstream publishers. The exhibit is on display