Past Events

March with Queer Newark at Newark Gay Pride!

Date: 07/14/2019 - 12:00pm
Location: 5 - 7 Lincoln Park, Newark, NJ 07102
Walk starts from Lincoln Park at Noon. Visit the Newark Pride website for the parade route.

Queer Newark Pride Walking Tour

Date: 07/13/2019 - 1:00pm
Location: Military Park, Newark, NJ 07102
Departing from Military Park, in area between the Kennedy bust and cannons. The QNOHP tour will highlight the rich and illuminating experiences of the city's LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming communities. Featuring both historical landmarks and contemporary sites, tour leaders will share stories about key events, significant happenings, and interesting personalities that showcase the resilience of an often-invisible population of Newarkers.

Broken Pieces: Creative Expression, Lived Experiences and Queer Oral History

Date: 05/24/2018 - 6:00pm
Location: Gallery Aferro
“Broken Pieces: Creative Expression, Lived Experiences and Queer Oral History” A Conversation with Aaron Frazier

Digital Audio Creation and Preservation Bootcamp with Krista White

Date: 05/22/2018 - 6:00pm
Location: 324 Conklin Hall, Rutgers University-Newark
In this 2 hour workshop for absolute beginners, RU-N Digital Humanities Librarian, Krista White, will teach participants technical concepts in digital audio creation and preservation. Participants will learn how digital audio is recorded and then use this knowledge to learn to evaluate software for digital audio recording. They will also learn to incorporate this technical knowledge in the creation of their oral history projects with an eye to long term preservation.

Participants will learn:
Vocabulary to describe digital audio files and their component parts

Oral History Bootcamp

Date: 05/17/2018 - 9:00am
Location: Newark Public Library

The Queer Newark Oral History Bootcamp will cover key issues, such as: How does one plan an oral history project? What are some of the best practices for formulating interview questions? How does one identify a narrator? What are some of the ethical considerations that oral historians face when creating oral history projects? This will be an interactive, hands-on workshop.

The workshop is open to students, researchers, and community members. Breakfast will be provided, at no charge to participants.