We are a community history group which collects information about Sydney's LGBTIQ past.
Although members of the LGBTIQ community have made rich contributions to Sydney life, many of these contributions have been forgotten or erased from the broader historical record. We aim to correct these omissions by unearthing, recording and preserving material that relates to LGBTIQ people in Sydney's past.
We also like to engage the broader community with the material we collect. Some of the ways we have done this include books and community talks.
We are a voluntary organisation, with members who meet monthly, and we are always keen to hear from people who would like to be involved and help us to record and preserve Sydney's LGBTIQ histories, please contact us.
Meetings are held on the third Monday each month at 6.30pm
2013 - 20 May; 17 June
AGM - Saturday 20 July 2013 - 2.00pm
Members and visitors are invited to our meetings at St Helens Community Centre, 184 Glebe Point Road, Glebe (the yellow meeting rooms, next to "Benledi"). St Helens is an easy access venue.Read More
The Pride History Group is a not-for-profit community history group run by volunteers. Would you like to be involved?
Membership of the Pride History Group allows you to attend meetings, vote on group directions and participate in projects aimed to build our collection and publish Sydney’s LGBTIQ histories.Read More