City of Raleigh LGBTQIA+ Historic Places Study – Upcoming Meeting

Wednesday June 22
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

The City of Raleigh is conducting a LGBTQIA+ Historic Context Study!

This study aims to unlock the history and discover historic places that are important to Raleigh’s LGBTQIA+ community. Join historic preservation consultant Jeffrey “Free” Harris and city preservation staff for an in-person community meeting to hear more about the study and to share historic places and stories of where Raleigh’s LGBTQIA+ people gathered, met, celebrated, loved, and lived.

In-Person Meeting: Wednesday, June 22nd at 6:30pm at CAM Raleigh (409 W. Martin Street)

Can’t make the meeting but have information to share? Please take the online survey to answer research questions and drop a pin on the interactive map to let us know about important LGBTQIA+ places, events, stories, and known people in Raleigh (open through August 31, 2022). Learn more about the study on the city’s website.