About this Event
Image credit: From the Mount Holyoke College Archive and Special Collections, President Mary Woolley and Jeannette Marks.
While the first archival documents about lesbians (and later bisexuals) at Mount Holyoke College are dated from the 1960s, women who love other women have been a part of the community for a very long time. President Mary Woolley and Professor Jeannette Marks, for example, had a long and loving partnership throughout the whole first half of the twentieth century. It is also very likely that people of numerous gender identities (who we might call transgender today) have gone to MHC. Again, the Mount Holyoke Archives and Special Collections has few documents that speak explicitly about trans people until the late 1980s. This is a gap we are actively trying to fill, especially with our LGBTQ alum oral history project.
Attend one of the following in-person or virtual events:
Visit the resources created by the Mount Holyoke College Archive and Special Collections/LITS at Mount Holyoke:
Watch and reflect upon one of the recent DEI program videos:
Join us in reading and working through:
For young adults and children:
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