Pride Month at DNL

New initiatives like More Color More Pride have been making efforts to be inclusive within the LGBTQ+ community. Pictured above is a Pride flag with two new colors, recognizing people of color.

In celebration of Pride Month, the DiMenna-Nyselius Library is highlighting the LGBTQ+ authors, artists and musicians in our collection. Visit our display on the main level to check out a few works by LGBTQ+ creatives from our catalog.

Here are just a few featured:

Audre Lorde- Sister Outsider- This collection of fifteen essays bring light to Lorde’s intellectual and philosophical concerns about marginalized women, creating a dialogue on race, sex and economic status.

Radclyffe Hall- The Well of Loneliness- This honest portrayal of lesbian love almost ruined Hall’s literary career, but now stands as an LGBTQ classic.

Shelley Rice and Lynn Gumpert- Inverted Odysseys- Discover the way Claude Cahun, an openly gender non-conforming photographer, operated in 19th century France as she redefined gender identity.

Against Me!- Transgender Dysphoria Blues-, Against Me!’s record explores the self-discovery of the bands journey through the DIY music industry, as well as trans vocalist Laura Jane Grace’s identity.

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