A new dialogue began that embodied the importance and lack of intergenerational story sharing in the LGBT community at a historic, neighborhood restaurant in Brooklyn Heights.
Winter 2014/15
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The Generations Project started to form when two young gay men both acknowledged a shared interest to learn more about the older generations of LGBT people.
March 2015
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We met with as many people as we could to share a message that became clearer and clearer as each day progressed.
Spring 2015
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It was quickly learned that the older generation wanted to learn about us, just as much as we wanted to learn about them.
Spring 2015
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The idea of producing a live, storytelling show was our goal, but our overall message became much bigger than that.
Spring 2015
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We continued to build bridges and found several compelling stories that gave unique perspectives to LGBT history.
Spring 2015

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The Generations Project was officially born on June 8th, 2016 when we introduced four amazing storytellers to a primarily younger audience.
June 2015
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For the first time in known LGBT history, people of various ages came together to build bridges between generations of LGBT people.
Summer 2015
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Various teams, including our wonderful and dedicated Board of Directors, were formed to build our foundation and grow our community.
Summer 2015
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It is becoming known to New York City that there is a growing group of people that want to bring life to the history of LGBT culture.
Presently