Author name: mev

We’re in the News!

Boston Spirit Magazine (March-April 2024 issue) features an in-depth article about Wanderground on pp. 12-13. The article includes information about who we are, how we started — and our plans for the near future. We expect the full article to be on their website soon. In the meantime, you can download this pdf. Enjoy!

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We Need a Space!

We are actively looking for a 1,000-1,500 square foot affordable space to lease for work and meeting. We are especially interested in the Cranston/Warwick, RI area but will consider other options. Needs: open/flexible floor plan, accessible, on bus line, environmentally sound, parking, etc. Contact: if you have suggestions

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DYKE the Halls

December is a time when friends, family, colleagues (and even complete strangers) come together to share joy, festivity, hope, and love. Rohatsu (Bodhi Day), Chanukah, Winter Solstice, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Sarasvati are just some of the many celebrations during this time. Here in the northern hemisphere – we snuggle into warm places against the winter cold

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Showcase Pop-Ups – Pix & Notes

Since April of 2023, we’ve been very busy showcasing resources from the Wanderground Lesbian Archive/Library to communities around New England. In general, these events have been received with enthusiasm by those who attended. Older Lesbians experienced a walk down memory lane while younger viewers marveled at the broad array of Lesbian legacies and new information.

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Display at Providence Public Library

Revised from original Blog posted May 18, 2022 Wanderground Lesbian Archive/Library showcased a sampling of materials in our collection at the Providence Public library from June 1 – August 31, 2022 in the Providence Journal Rhode Island Room (150 Empire St., Providence, RI). Curated by Mev Miller, Lesbrarian/Instigator, this was the first public viewing of

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