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The Legacy Walk - which is being co-sponsored by the City of Chicago - has been in the works for years. Final approvals are in place and we have just launched our campaign to make it a reality in 2012. Please watch the video and feel free to share your feedback.
Founder and Executive Director
THE LEGACY PROJECT
"When an individual is protesting society's refusal to acknowledge his dignity as a human being, his very act of protest confers dignity on him.
-- Bayard Rustin (1910-1987), Dr. Martin Luther King's Speechwriter, LEGACY WALK INDUCTEE (2012)
"The answer to the problem must not lie in suicides that look like accidents... but rather in life and the freedom to live it."
-- Christine Jorgensen (1926-1989), Transgender Activist and International Spokesperson, LEGACY PROJECT NOMINEE (2011)
The Legacy Project intends to inform, inspire, enlighten, and foster an appreciation for the many roles Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) people have played in the advancement of world history and culture through the dedication of the only outdoor International GLBT History Museum in the World - "THE LEGACY WALK" - in Chicago on October 11, 2012
To keep up with some of the important things for GLBTQ people the following is presented for your consideration:
We have begun tracking number of visitors to our web pages.
We should have done this when we first began.
As of July 30, 2011 the number of visitors are:
December 3, 2011 - Saturday
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