Thursday, September 8 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Tenderloin Museum | 398 Eddy Street | San Francisco
In 2011, Megan Rohrer and historian Joey Plaster created a remarkable work of public history: Vanguard Revisited, which introduced the history of the 1960s radical queer-youth organization Vanguard to contemporary queer homeless youth, who created their own art and poetry zine in conversation with essays and themes from the original Vanguard newsletter. Now, a second issue of the Vanguard Revisited zine will be released with new materials by the original authors and editors.
At the concluding program of the 50th Anniversary Compton’s Commemoration series, Rohrer will describe the initial process leading up to Vanguard Revisited and will discuss its legacy. Rohrer is the pastor of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in San Francisco and is a nationally recognized leader on issues of homelessness, gender, sexuality and faith. Admission: $5.