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posted Friday, November 15, 2019 - Volume 47 Issue 46
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I write to you to announce that, after fourteen years of service to the LGBTQA community, Queer Foundation will finally close its doors on December 31, 2019.

The authors of many of the essays submitted in The QF's fourteen annual High School Seniors English Essay Contests have graciously allowed The QF to post their work on the Internet for the benefit of LGBTQA students around the world. Soon these essays will no longer be accessible via the Queer Foundation website (http://queerfoundation.org). The entire website will be taken down in early 2020.

We are confident these essays have greatly benefited those members of the LGBTQA community who have read them online. In hopes of their continuing to be available after the Queer Foundation website disappears, we have reached out to the authors to inform them of a generous offer made by Oregon State University Queer Archives (https://guides.library.oregonstate.edu/osqa): OSQA will provide public access to the essays whose authors wish to have them preserved in the archives. We expect a percentage of the authors will take advantage of this free service, though we are not able to estimate how high that percentage may turn out to be.

Queer Foundation humbly acknowledges that none of this would be possible without the hard work of these courageous young writers, and also their mentors - both teachers and counselors - and the supporters of Queer Foundation these last fourteen years. Please allow me to express to you my sincere gratitude for your part in the creation of this legacy.

With all best wishes,

Joseph Dial, Ph.D.

Executive Director
Queer Foundation
queerfoundation@gmail.com

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