Queer History Trivia Hour
All Ivy+ LGBTQ+ alumni and allies welcome!
Join CUGALA: Cornell's LGBT Alumni Association for a virtual #queerantine trivia hour featuring a Jeopardy-style LGBTQ+ history game. This special edition of ONE Archives Foundation's popular trivia hour features questions drawn from both the ONE Archives at the University of Southern California Libraries and Cornell University Library's Human Sexuality Collection. We have experts in both Los Angeles and Ithaca who have prepared questions.
Categories are: People, Firsts, Nightlife, Arts & Culture, and From the Archives. Each correct answer wins a prize, with bigger prizes sprinkled throughout the game board.
This event is co-sponsored by Cornell Club of Los Angeles, and presented in collaboration with Ivy Pride Alliance of Los Angeles: IvyQ, LGLA, Duke LGBTQ Network, Stanford Pride, Brown TBGALA, CUGALA: Cornell's LGBT Alumni Association, Harvard GSC, Harvard Club of Southern California, PennGALA, Cal Club of Los Angeles, UCLA Lambda, USC Alumni Club of LA, the U Chicago LGBT Alumni Group, and Princeton BTGALA.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 5:00pm - 6:00pm PST
WHERE: Zoom - link and password will be shared the day before
COST: Free for CCLA members and all Ivy+ alumni! Guests welcome.
Suggested donation $5 or more. Contributions to the ONE Archives Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed under Internal Revenue Service Code Section 170(b). Tax ID 95-3660779
If you would like to make a gift to the Human Sexuality as well, click on the form at giving.cornell.edu and search for "Cornell Annual Fund for the Library". Under that, specify "Human Sexuality Collection".
RSVP: Register by Monday, May 18th at https://queertriviamay20.eventbrite.com/
QUESTIONS: Harry Gittelson '77 at email@example.com, and CUGALA President Olivia Tai '08 at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Cornell's Human Sexuality Collection:
The Human Sexuality Collection seeks to preserve and make accessible primary sources that document historical shifts in the social construction of sexuality, with a focus on U.S. lesbian and gay history and the politics of pornography. Through this program, Cornell University is working to ensure that a more complete historical record of sexuality will be available to researchers. The Collection was a pioneer of major research libraries paying close attention to sexual politics, and has become a world-renowned LGBTQ+ archive that attracts scholars from around the world to view its holdings in person.
The Collection was founded in 1988 upon a LGBTQ+ Cornell alum's vision, David Goodstein ‘54, who published The Advocate magazine and helped preserve documents of the gay and lesbian movement that were in danger of being lost or destroyed. He worked with the Cornell University Library to house the Mariposa Education and Research Foundation's archives and bequeathed a major gift to grow it. CUGALA has been supporting the Collection ever since. For more info, read about the Collection's history here and the Cornell Alumni Magazine's article about its 25th anniversary commemoration here.