DCist: See A Trove Of Historic Documents From D.C.’s First Latino LGBTQ+ Advocacy Group

DCist: See A Trove Of Historic Documents From D.C.’s First Latino LGBTQ+ Advocacy Group. “As president of ENLACE, D.C.’s first known Latino LGBTQ advocacy group, in the 1980s, Letitia ‘Leti’ Gomez knew she was part of something historic. So she began saving all sorts of memorabilia: newspaper clippings, meeting agendas, fliers for dance parties — including a ‘Dance for the Dead’ — and a pricing sheet for a beach trip. Now, her collection, made up of nearly 500 primary source documents, is part of the Rainbow History Project at the DC History Center.”

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