Have Your Own Pride Parade: Take Our Tour of 17 Chicago LGBTQ Landmarks

he Legacy Walk outdoor walking museum stretches just over a half a mile on Halsted Street, between Belmont Avenue and Grace Street, in the largely LGBTQ Lakeview neighorhood known as Boystown.

The city declared it a historic landmark last year.

Walking Through LGBTQ History in Boystown

On a stretch of the narrow sidewalks that line Halsted Street in Boystown, there are familiar rainbow pylons that signify the Chicago neighborhood’s roots as a gay community.

Remembering Heroes on Chicago's Amazing Legacy Walk

Chicago's Boystown district is one of the most celebrated gayborhoods in the world. It’s only fitting that besides having one of the country’s leading LGBTQ centers (The Center on Halsted), it also has one of the biggest memorials to those who helped pave the way for our rights.

Legacy Project Co-Founder on historic LGBTQ employment discrimination ruling and Pride Month Activities

Victor Salvo, Co-Founder & Executive Director of The Legacy Project, speaks with Ji about today’s ruling and the importance of embracing equality and diversity in the workplace.

Legacy Project Executive Director Victor Salvo on The Jam

Legacy Project Co-Founder and Executive Director Victor Salvo sits down with the hosts of The Jam to chat about Pride 2020, Illinois's new LGBTQ Inclusive Curriculum, and where LGBTQ history fits with the current state of affairs in the country.

The Legacy Project: Making LGBTQ History Visible

Legacy Project Co-Founder and Executive Director Victor Salvo shares his insights into the work behind the development of Illinois's new LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum...

Sidetrack's New Years Eve Party to benefit the Legacy Project

Sidetrack's New Years Eve Party, New Year's 2020: A Vision for Our Future , will benefit The Legacy Project.

2019: The year in local LGBTQ news

More Halsted Street news: The rainbow pylons dotting the Halsted Street landscape—and which are the basis of the Legacy Walk outdoor museum—officially became city landmarks on July 24.