"The Role of PR in the Gay Rights Movement, 50 Years Since Stonewall"

The Public Relations Museum invited the PR practitioners, they wrote: "Join us as we celebrate the LGBTQ PR community on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion. For the very first time, hear the stories that shaped the careers of thousands and shaped the profession forever. MC, Del Galloway. Panelists: Sally Susman, Bob Witeck, Jim Joseph, Andrew McCaskill, Cathy Renna, Brenda Wrigley and Chiqui Cartagena."The Public Relations Museum invited the PR practitioners, they wrote: "Join us as we celebrate the LGBTQ PR community on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion. For the very first time, hear the stories that shaped the careers of thousands and shaped the profession forever. MC, Del Galloway. Panelists: Sally Susman, Bob Witeck, Jim Joseph, Andrew McCaskill, Cathy Renna, Brenda Wrigley and Chiqui Cartagena."

The Public Relations Museum invited the PR practitioners, they wrote: "Join us as we celebrate the LGBTQ PR community on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion. For the very first time, hear the stories that shaped the careers of thousands and shaped the profession forever. MC, Del Galloway. Panelists: Sally Susman, Bob Witeck, Jim Joseph, Andrew McCaskill, Cathy Renna, Brenda Wrigley and Chiqui Cartagena."

 

"This June, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion, the Museum of PR will be shining a light for the first time on the field's LGBTQ community. We're asking for your support to help us create the first-ever exhibit to document the role of PR in driving the gay rights movement... as well as to chronicle the experiences of LGBTQ professionals working in the field over the last several decades.

Your support of this exhibit will enable us to acquire and display historical materials, create poster sized images and news stories, record personal histories, create and print educational materials for students, develop an online exhibit for the Museum webisite and build a traveling exhibit for students at nearby colleges.

Some of the materials collected will be displayed at our kick-off event June 6: RSVP and sponsor details: prmuseum.org/06-06-19-the-lgbtq-experience

The Museum of PR is a 501(c) 3 educational institution, chartered by the New York State Board of Regents. All donations and sponsorships are tax- deductible.

Founded in 1997, the Museum resides at 85 Broad St., and open every day to the public. Our mission is to provide the international PR community with an appreciation for the history of the field; to serve as an educational resource to the world's growing community of PR students; to demonstrate not only the history of the field, but how the PR field has shaped history. For more information, go to prmuseum.org.

Thank you.
Shelley Zuckerman Spector"

 

Details and registration here.