Rainbow History Project Collection-- Washington, D.C.
200 items in collection

T-shirts from the Rainbow History Project located in Washington, D.C. The Rainbow History Project collects, preserves, and promotes an active knowledge of the history, arts, and culture relevant to sexually diverse communities in metropolitan Washington DC. RHP’s t-shirt collection digitization began in March 2015 and completed in August 2015.

Many of the t-shirts in this collection come from the estate of Cheryl Ann Spector, an LGBT activist who lived in Arlington, Viriginia. Spector passed away in 2007.


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Gay Federal Employees

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Tracks D.C.

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A Simple Matter of Justice

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Made in Gay America

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Gay is Good

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DC Dyke March 1998

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Arlington Gay and Lesbian Alliance

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Johannesburg: Our Rights

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DC Kings

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Honorary Texas Lesbian

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Do It With Friends WPFW-FM 89.3

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Pride Equals Power

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Millennium March for Equality

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Capital Pride 2003

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Fights AIDS With Heart and Soles

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Freedom Festival

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The March, Rally, and Festival

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Common Threads

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Hope is Renewed

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MCC Washington

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AIDS Walk Washington 1996

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AIDS Walk Washington 1996

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How Many Names Will It Take?

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I Can't Even Think Straight

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AIDS Walk 2004

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March on Washington 1987

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We're Not Going Back!

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Metropolitan Community Church

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Walk for Hope

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Act Now '88

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DC Black Pride 1993

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Metropolitan Community Church