Discover Chicago Pride

While planning a group trip to Chicago, be sure to include a visit to Northalsted (formerly known as Boystown), the oldest officially recognized gay neighborhood in the U.S.

Connecting with Chicago's Cultural Histories- City Civics Day

Panelists from The Legacy Project, Chicago Public Library, and the Chicago History Museum spotlight their approaches to preserving the stories of diverse communities.

WTTW doc chronicles the activism of Danny Sotomayor

Practically everything the late Chicago AIDS activist Danny Sotomayor did was "a fight."

So says fellow activist Victor Salvo in the new WTTW documentary The Outrage of Danny Sotomayor, which is part of the station's Chicago Stories series ...

Queer legislators introduce bill to create national LGBTQ+ history museum

Mentions the Legacy Walk at the end of the piece.

National Museum of American LGBTQI+ History In The Works

Mentions the Legacy Walk at the end of the piece.

Legacy Project Executive Director Victor Salvo Talks Latest Developments

Legacy Project Executive Director Victor Salvo talks latest developments on WCPT's Out Chicago program.

Plaques honoring MLB's Burke and marriage-equality added to Legacy Walk

On the afternoon of Oct. 14, the Legacy Walk dedicated two new plaques, acknowledging both a prominent gay sports figure and the celebration for a historic milestone for Illinois.

Legacy Walk in Northalsted commemorates, celebrates important LGBTQ+ historical figures

CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Chicago man has made it his mission to recognize leaders and history makers in the LGBTQ+ community through an outdoor museum walk.

It was an honor to speak about Glenn Burke at his Legacy Walk induction

Located on Halsted Street in the heart of Boystown, Chicago’s Legacy Walk monuments honoring LGBTQ luminaries and significant historical moments have always reminded me of the plaques at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.