The ArQuives Digital Exhibitions

The ArQuives's Digital Exhibitions

Explore highlights from The ArQuives’s collections of personal and organizational papers, artifacts, ephemera and more!

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Lezlie Lee Kam is a 55+, gender-mysterious, world majority person and dyke; a Trini; a Carib; Brown; and a Callaloo-a mix of Chinese, Carib, Indian, Portuguese, and Venezuelan. She was born in Trinidad and left for Toronto in 1970. In this interview,…

As an excerpt from the documentary Stand Together (2002), this video looks at lesbian and gay liberation in the 1960s-1970s in Canada. Through interviews, the video focuses on issues in Ontario such as police persecution (including blackmailing…

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Part of an oral history project that collected stories from anonymous men who were arrested as found-ins during the 1981 Bathhouse Raids in Toronto.

Phillip, who was the treasurer of the Right to Privacy Committee, discusses his sexuality and…

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Michael Lynch reflects on the 1979 police raid of theBody Politicoffices and the subsequent trial after it published the story "Men Loving Boys Loving Men." The response to the trial touched on police brutality, obscenity laws, gay liberation,…
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