Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: Eastern Market Metro Station
Queering Capitol Hill — Capitol Hill has long been a social and residential center for Washington, DC’s gay and lesbian community. It has also been a center for bars and clubs, innovative women’s businesses, and our federal government. Join this tour to hear stories of radical lesbian separatists, First Amendment fights, the underpinning of LGBT religious organizations, interactions with Marines, and other tales from seven decades of gay and lesbian life in the shadow of the Capitol.
The Tour Guide
Philip Clark is a former chair and board member of the Rainbow History Project. He is currently at work on a biography of gay Washington DC publisher and First Amendment pioneer H. Lynn Womack.
To Sign Up
Reserve your spot on this tour on September 14, by visiting WalkingTown DC here: