LGBTQ+ History Month
About LGBTQ+ History Month (October)
LGBTQ+ History Month is a dedicated month to reflect on the often-overlooked contributions of LGBTQ+ individuals in United States history. It is a celebration of LGBTQ+ individual contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the Month of October in the United States since 1994, to coincide with 10/11 National Coming OUT Day. While we honor those pioneers who paved the way, we also celebrate and acknowledge the history being made today as we look forward to a more equitable future for all.
Add your events to the LGBTQ+ History Month Calendar
- Submit your events to the University Events Calendar
- Tag it with Signature Programs and LGBTQ+ History Month. This will generate a feed of your event to this webpage.
- Please note that the event may take 2-3 days to show on the website.
Feature your event on the LGBTQ+ Center Newsletter and Social Media
We would love to feature your events in our October newsletter and on our social media pages. Please send your submissions with a flyer and description of the event to firstname.lastname@example.org