"Whether out or not, their perspectives and experiences have helped shape rock & roll. In more recent decades, artists have used their music as a vehicle to support the community and champion rights." Find more in Rock Hall EDU's Pride Collection.
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Interview with Melissa Etheridge
Laura Jane Grace Tells the Story of Burning Her Birth Certificate in North Carolina
A Brief History of Transgender People in Popular Music
Love Me Like You Should: the Brave and Bold Sylvester
Shamir Explains the History of the Word 'Agender' | InQueery | them
Listed below are notable archival collections and materials related to LGBTQIA+ artists, issues, and history.
Kill Rock Stars Collection
Radley D. Hirsch Collection
Rolling Stone Collection
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