Join Will Sergeant as he recounts his journey of queer activism and the positive changes in laws and attitudes since 1972.
1972 is a significant year in Adelaide queer history: the drowning murder of Dr Duncan; the first attempt at homosexual law reform and; the formation of Adelaide Gay Liberation Front. Join Will Sergeant, a proud unreconstructed 1970s gay liberationist, as he recounts his journey and the positive changes in laws and attitudes over these 50 years.
Will Sergeant was the recipient of the History Council of South Australia 2021 Historian of the Year Award.
This free public lecture is part of the History Trust of South Australia’s Talking History lecture series.
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This Talking History event is part of the 2022 FEAST Festival program