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Temple University Press' book lovers select the books they read or want to receive this year

This week in North Philly Notes, Temple University Press’ book lovers pick the titles they read or want to receive this year.

Mary Rose Muccie, Director… 1,000 more words


A distinctive California story

In this blog entry, William Issel author of Church and State in the City and For Both Cross and Flag,  discusses how his books make a significant contribution to the California exceptionalism narrative. 851 more words


Big things coming and holding my cards close

The other day I was talking about acceptance and how apparently I am suppose to accept how this is and how it’s really hard for me.   954 more words

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Harvey Milk's lasting influence in the labor history of queer America

In this blog entry, Miriam Frank, author of Out in the Union, explores Harvey Milk’s political vision of union involvement and LGBT progress.

Two months ago the United States Postal Service issued a new “Forever” postage stamp to honor Harvey Milk. 760 more words


The Army of Lesbians: Our Senators Are Idiots

A curious title, to be sure.

I live in the state of South Carolina and I’m an alumni of USC Upstate. Contrary to many opinions of southern educational institutions, Upstate was phenomenal. 947 more words

Life Posts

Thanks to Vito Russo!!

Reminiscing as I stroll down 68th and Lex, I think to myself how lucky can i be I am one of the first

and few students who is taking LGBT documentary at Hunter College. 639 more words