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In-person screening: Lesbian Bar Project at Henrietta Hudson

Hey New Yorkers! Come to an in-real-life screening of an episode of The Lesbian Bar Project at Henrietta Hudson, courtesy of the American LGBTQ+ Museum.

In the 1980s, there were 200 Lesbian Bars in the US. Today there are around 20 bars still standing. Queer spaces, such as Henrietta Hudson, have long been the sites of community organizing and activism for our movement. As these bars disappear, The Lesbian Bar Project (LBP) was established to celebrate, support, and amplify those that remain.

Presented By: American LGBTQ+ Museum in partnership with The Lesbian Bar Project and Henrietta Hudson

Wednesday, March 22 | 5:30pm – 7:00pm

Location:
 Henrietta Hudson, 438 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014

Tickets: Free admission + drink, *must be 21+ to attend*

Join the American LGBTQ+ Museum for a screening of an episode of the Lesbian Bar Project documentary series (Season 1) at Henrietta Hudson, followed by a panel conversation among: 

  • Lea DeLaria: Actor | Comedian | Jazz Singer | Executive Producer,LBP
  • Lisa Cannistraci: Owner | Operator, Henrietta Hudson
  • Cassandra Grant: Educator | Activist | Founding Member, Salsa Soul Sisters 
  • Erica Rose: Director | Creator, LBP
  • Elina Street: Director | Creator, LBP

All Museum guests who RSVP will receive a token for one free drink at Hen’s to kick off their night of celebrating lesbian bars and their histories.

Click below to watch the original Lesbian Bar Project documentary in full.

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