Those Who Led The Way

Those Who Led The Way

Join the Rehoboth Beach Museum on Thursday, June 6, 2024 at 5 pm for an evening of history, humor and activism.  To be featured on Rick Yarborough’s upcoming NBC Washington’s Pride Special, the Rehoboth Beach Museum presents Those Who Led the Way, a roundtable discussion with three of the city’s and state of Delaware’s LGBTQ+ leaders: Murray Archibald, founder of CAMP Rehoboth and director of the museum’s board; Fay Jacobs, author, humorist and activist; and Mark Purpura, Esquire, President of the Equality Delaware Foundation and civil rights advocate.

late husband Steve Elkins.  There, he has worn many hats, serving as President of the board of directors, executive director, creative director, and editor-in-chief of Letters from CAMP Rehoboth. 

Native New Yorker Fay Jacobs had a career in journalism, theater, and public relations in Washington, DC before settling in Rehoboth.  A former board member of CAMP Rehoboth, Ms. Jacobs writes a column for the organization’s publication Letters.  She is known nationally as an author with Bywater Books, a humorist, storyteller and performer. 

Attorney Mark Purpura has successfully worked to protect transgender Delawareans from discrimination, and has advocated for LGBTQ+ civil rights in Delaware for over a decade, including co-leading the advocacy and educational campaigns for Delaware’s civil union, marriage equality and gender identity nondiscrimination acts.  He is the President of Equality Delaware Foundation, sits on the board of Equality Delaware Inc. and is a former member of the board of CAMP Rehoboth.  

Event Information

Event Date 06-06-2024 5:00 pm
Event End Date 06-06-2024 8:00 pm
Capacity 70
Registered 70
Available Place 0
Individual Price Members (Free), Non-Members($10)
Location Rehoboth Beach Museum

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