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Our Projects
Drawing Back The Curtain: Exhibits on LGBT Irish History

The exhibits of Irish lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender materials is an expanded version of the original exhibit produced by Brendan Fay and curated with artist Peter Hendrick. The exhibit was installed in the window of McNulty's Tea & Coffee Co., Inc. at 109 Christopher Street during the Stonewall '25 celebrations in June of 1994 and seen at the International Symposium held at St. John's University, "The Irish in Queens: 150 Years of Struggle and Success."


Billed as "an invitation to look into the faces and lives of a people who've remained but a footnote in the chronicles of Irish history", the exhibit recognizes individuals who personally, or as part of a movement, have chosen to raise their voices over the centuries of silence. The exhibit includes photographs and materials from the work and lives of present day leaders, honorees of the annual Oiche Aerach dinner.

'Silence To Speech' Documentary Series

Our oral history video series documents the lives of Irish LGBT people. Through Silence To Speech we celebrate the lives of heroes who have contributed to our cause for visibility and Irish LGBT pride.


Among the films produced and screened are:

  • The Other Parade: Subject (about Brendan Fay, Founder, St. Pat’s for All)

  • A Month’s Mind: The Fr. Mychal Judge Memorial

  • Remembering Robert: A Family & The AIDS Crisis

  • Being Patricia: Being Transgender and Irish

  • Punk Nurse

  • A Teacher Goes To City Hall: Danny Dromm

Oiche Aerach (Gay Nights) Celebrations

Traditional Irish dinners, Irish step dancing, live traditional music, poetry, stories, performances and presentations of the Roger Casement &

Eva Gore-Booth Leadership Award.

Community Organizing and Action



We continue to work towards an inclusive New York that celebrates diversity. Our meetings with elected officials, community leaders and the lay public are what have made Lavender & Green Alliance an organization that perseveres against discrimination.

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