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|In January 2006, Outlook Media formed a partnership with the Ohio Historical Society to preserve, archive and curate Ohio's LGBT history and culture. This ground-breaking partnership between Ohio's preeminent history preservation organization and LGBT Ohioans is known as The Gay Ohio History Initiative .|
GOHI Ex Officio Board Member and Ohio Historical Society staffer Stacia Kuceyeski wrote an article about GOHI that was published in the Spring 2008 issue of Museums and Social Issues. The article is entitled “The Gay Ohio History Initiative as a Model for Collecting Institutions” and is aimed at helping other institutions undertake the collection of GLBT artifacts.
In October 2007, to celebrate GLBT history month, The Gay People’s Chronicle discussed GOHI as well as other LGBT archives across Ohio.
In April 2008 the Cleveland Plain Dealer and The Other Paper featured articles about GOHI’s efforts to obtain historical markers for Ohio sites significant to GLBT history.
In June 2008, the Outlook Weekly featured GOHI on their cover, asking “Got History?”
In August 2008, Chris Hayes and Michael Daniels, in an interview with Ann Fisher of The Columbus Dispatch, discuss Radio Outlook’s coverage of GOHI.
In October 2008, the website QueerCincinnati encouraged its readers to attend GOHI’s “Remembering the Berwick” fundraiser.
In June 2009, The Other Paper mentioned GOHI in a discussion of the June 2009 Pride events.
In fall 2009, GOHI’s work to erect an historical marker of Natalie Clifford Barney was mentioned in articles by Advocate.com, The Gay People’s Chronicle, Dayton Daily News, the Dayton PFLAG newsletter, the website Queerest Places: A Guide to Gay and Lesbian Historic Sites, Provincetown, MA’s Edge, the twitter siteQueeries TV, GLT: Gay and Lesbian Times, and the Family Equality Council blog.