Thursday, September 22, 2011

The History Project Honors Mary Bonauto

Tonight September 22nd The History Project will celebrate our community & another year of history making accomplishments. The HistoryMaker Award is presented to an individual or organization whose lifetime achievements have had a significant & positive effect on Boston's LGBT communities. This year they will honor Mary Bonauto Civil Rights Project Director at Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD). Representative Liz Malia will be introducing & presenting the award to Mary Bonauto.

This year's Lavender Rhino Award, recognizing an emerging History Maker in Boston's LGBT community will be presented to Maggie Cee, Founder & Artistic Director of The Femme Show. Spectra Adaora Asala will be introducing & presenting the award to Maggie.

Jared Bowen will emcee the HistoryMaker Awards. Jared is an Emmy award-winning reporter with WGBH TV's nightly news magazine program Greater Boston. Join us Thursday Sept. 22nd from 6 - 9 pm at the Goethe Institute Boston 170 Beacon Street
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1 Comments:

Anonymous Orlando Del Valle said...

Since 1980 The History Project has been documenting and preserving the history of Boston's LGBT communities and sharing that information with LGBT individuals, organizations, allies and the public. This year we’re honoring Mary Bonauto, Civil Rights Project Director at Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) and Maggie Cee Founder & Artistic Director of The Femme Show. Please accept my invitation to attend the HistoryMakers Awards event Thursday the 22nd of September 6 - 9 pm at the Goethe-Institute Boston 170 Beacon Street.

September 21, 2011 at 10:38 AM  

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