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City Of Edmonton #1, Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton

2SLGBTQ+ Pride should be celebrated all year because it is a celebration of the diversity and individuality of the 2SLGBTQ+community. It is a reminder of the progress that has been made towards acceptance and equality, and a call to action for continued progress.

Additionally, Pride is not just about one month or one event, but about everyday visibility and representation for 2SLGBTQ+ individuals, who should be able to live their lives authentically and without fear of discrimination any day of the year. Celebrating Pride all year long helps to create a more inclusive and equitable society for everyone.

Len & Cub Photo Exhibition

MacEwan Allard Hall 11110 104 Ave NW, Edmonton

Leonard "Len" Keith and Joseph "Cub" Coates were a queer couple in the rural New Brunswick village of Havelock in the early 20th century. Len & Cub features Len’s photos of their life and tells the story of their relationship against the background of same-sex identity and relationships in rural North America of the early 20th century. While keeping their sexual identities closeted, they captured their decades-long relationship via photographs. This remarkable material is as important socially and historically as their story is one of the oldest photographic records of a same-sex couple in the Maritimes. 

We invite you to witness the unique love, friendship and lives of Len & Cub to challenge contemporary ideas of about sex and gender expression in the early 20th century.

Curated by Meredith J. Batt & Dusty Green.

Presented by: MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity, Queer Heritage Initiative of New Brunswick, The Arquives, New Brunswick Provincial Archives, and Beaverbrook Art Gallery.


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