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Changing Times: Almanac and Digest of Kansas City’s LGBTQIA History

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For adults


David W. Jackson
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Kansas City played a unique role in launching the “gay liberation” movement. More than 50 years later, learn about advances made, Kansas City’s LGBTQIA community, and what the future holds. Join David Jackson, co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Archives of Mid-America (GLAMA), for a lively discussion of his book.


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