As she prepares for a play in Sheridan that some might consider edgy, theater educator Grace Cannon contemplates the tenuous act of creative expression.
Artifacts from Matthew Shepard’s life — evidence that he was first and foremost an American boy — will be preserved in the Smithsonian.
Down a Laramie alleyway lurk ghosts of Wyoming’s past, where territorial suffragettes stand with black football players and activists with angel wings
The American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming houses collections related to slain student Matthew Shepard, and is currently developing a first-of-its-kind regional LGBT history and culture archive of the American West.
The Laramie City Council is poised to pass the first ordinance in Wyoming that protects people from employment and housing discrimination based upon their sexual orientation or gender identity.