Lgbt+ History Month

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the very first Pride March in the UK. As LGBT+ History Month draws to a close, it is important that we acknowledge the progress made since that first march in 1972, when approximately 2,000 people joined forces to demand change, and continue to look to achievi

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LGBT+ History Month gives us time to reflect on the experiences of LGBT+ people and key moments that have affected and united the LGBT+ community. This year’s theme is Politics in Art and, each week, members of the Shepherd and Wedderburn LGBTA+ Focus Group are showcasing influential pieces of

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“They thought I was a surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” Frida Kahlo, 1953. In the second week of LGBT+ History Month, Shepherd and Wedderburn continues its exploration of politics in art. Lucy Campbell looks at the life and work of Fr

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Addleshaw Goddard's Open AG network is marking LGBTQ+ History Month in February with two webinars for clients, colleagues and connections of the firm. On 8 February, Richard Angell, campaigns director for the Terrence Higgins Trust, will discuss THT and the work they have done in the HIV journey in

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The start of February marks the beginning of LGBT+ History Month, and this year’s theme is ‘Politics in Art: The Arc is Long’. To celebrate, members of Shepherd and Wedderburn’s LGBTA+ Focus Group will highlight one piece of iconic LGBTQ+ artwork each week, whether television

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