Exhibit Ends: "The Legacy Wall"
- Date: 11/23/2019 (all day)
- Location: Palm Springs Public Library - Main Atrium
300 S. Sunrise Way
Palm Springs, California 92262
The Legacy Wall
On display inside the Library it is a one-of-a-kind traveling exhibit that features "mini-biographies" of LGBT people from every walk of life.
The Legacy Wall features LGBT people throughout history, from virtually every walk of life, who have contributed in over 20 distinct fields. The content is international and multicultural, and has been substantially vetted and sourced. This wonderfully positive and inspiring exhibit tells the stories behind such figures as Social Justice pioneer Jane Addams; Civil Rights organizer Bayard Rustin; British mathematician Alan Turing; U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Jordan; Astronaut Sally Ride; Renaissance artist and inventor Leonard DaVinci; Transgender icons Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson; Mexican Artist Frida Kahlo; and Fr. Mychal Judge (the “Saint of 9/11”) – over 125 digitally interactive “mini-biographies” in all.
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