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The Book of Pride Meet the leaders and activists on the front lines of the LGBTQ movement, from the 1960 s to the present, through stunning interviews and compelling black and white photographs compiled and presented by OUTWORDS, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the stories of LGBTQ people The 75 individuals featured in THE BOOK OF PRIDE including marriage pioneer Evan Wolfson, trans icon Miss Major Griffin Gracy, Stonewall era rabblerouser Mark Segal and legendary anti DADT activist Grethe Cammermeyer fought battles frequently under the threat of violence and persecution By capturing these accounts, we honor an important chapter in American history and ensure that the story of the LGBTQ community is safeguarded for generations to come The brave and determined activists celebrated in THE BOOK OF PRIDE inspire each of us to resist all forms of oppression with ferocity, and to do so with great pride.

10 thoughts on “The Book of Pride

  1. says:

    The Book of Pride LGBTQ Heroes Who Changed the World by Mason Funk is such an inspiring book that gives you new insight into the LGBTQ activists leaders efforts sacrifices for the equality rights of LGBTQ community in our country This book features interviews and Black White photographs of 75 brave individuals, divided by categories Community, Int

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    Not to begin this review on a negative note, but some patterns and phrasings and such in this book dropping the assigned gender and deadname of nearly every trans subject really left a bad taste in my mouth However, given the value of these interviews as records of LGBT elders, and the fact that language is one of the slipperist and most contentiou

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    A Joyfully Jay review 4.5 starsThis is an astounding collection of narratives Hats off to the OUTWORDS team for their tremendous effort to document LGBTQI history in the United States True to the acronym, The Book of Pride reflects the diversity in the community The book is full of the personal accounts of not just gay and lesbian activists, but mu

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    I received an ARC copy of this book from EdelweissThis was such a moving book I was basically just crying on and off all throughout reading this, but I would say in a good way most of the time Obviously everything is not perfect for LGBTQ people even today, but it s just absolutely incredible to hear some of these people s stories and what they had

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    I wish the interviews were in depth Otherwise, a very good compilation.

  7. says:

    This book is a series of 75 interviews to document the history and experience of LGBTQ pioneers across the US While I wished there were stories about education leaders in the book, the collection shows how nascent the Pride movement truly is and the stories are really incredible examples of resistance, power, courage, and social change The interview wi

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    3.5 Stars This is a very important read I just wish that the interviews were longer.

  9. says:

    The Book of Pride consists of many many interviews from the Outwords project Mason Funk interviewed LGBT individuals, every day peop,e, who helped shape tne course of gay history These stories, especially those of our elders are so important I would love to also listen to audio of these interviews This is a well edited collection, from a range of voices.

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    Mason Funk is the founder of the OUTWORDS Archive, a project which seeks to collect and promote oral histories from founders and contributors to the LGBTQ community This book is a selection from that collection Most histories are between two and four pages long, include both historical, personal, and current photos, and a brief biography of each of the int

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