The aim for the original wallchart was to produce a resource to support those raising awareness of sexual orientation and gender identity equality and diversity.
Centered on the United Kingdom, it highlights important legal milestones and identifies visible and significant contributions made by individuals, groups and particularly the labour movement
In building this website we have upheld the aims of the original wallchart and made effort to provide different ways to navigate the site.
This digitalisation project was made possible through the collaborative teamwork of;
For more information about the original wallchart and those involved go to https://lgbthistorymonth.org.uk/wallchart/
The digitalisation was financed by money raised by the Pride Run 10k which takes place in London every August and crowdfunding.
Special thanks to Pam Isherwood for her important contribution to the production of the wallchart. Selecting and editing from 30 years of photographs of Pride was no easy task!
The majority of photographs in the Pride March/Parade; Pam Isherwood
Early photos from the London School of Economics/Hall Carpenter Archive
Equality network: Dan Littauer, KaleidoScot
Sheboom; Hazel MacDonald
Thanks to those in the community who supplied a photograph;
The majority of photographs used on this site are licensed under Creative Commons. We attribute these in the list below.
Where possible we have sought to determine the final copyright holder for all photographs used. If we have made a mistake, please do get in touch with us using the feedback button at the top of this page.
Thanks to the following photographers for the remaining photographs;
Pam Isherwood; Jaime Sylla; David Levenson; Dave Hogan; Denise Else; rob.com; Theo Grzegorczyk; Jim Thurston; Frederick Spalding; George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress); Open Media Ltd.; Chris McAndrew; Ross Burgess; Plainsense; Sarah Jeynes; Richard Gillin.