Oral History Interview With Denise Bump, 1971-

Title

Oral History Interview With Denise Bump, 1971-

Description

Denise Bump, former owner of Lammas Books and a leader of the D.C. Women's Initiative, discusses finding and sustaining LGBT community and women's spaces in D.C. and elsewhere.

Date

30 July 2015

Rights

The interview belongs to the Rainbow History Project. The
RHP release form was used and all rights belong to RHP.

Coverage

1990s-2010s
bisexual experience
women's spaces

Denise Bump discusses her early life and coming out, her bisexual identity and Catholic faith, her move to D.C. in the early '90s, her efforts to find LGBT community in London and in D.C., her participation in a rap group through the Lesbian Services Program, her role as a volunteer at and owner of Lammas Books, the closing of Lammas, and her role in the D.C. Women's Initiative.

Interviewer

Sarah Welz Geselowitz

Interviewee

Denise Bump

Location

17th and Rhode Island Ave., Washington, D.C.

Transcription

No.

Original Format

Yes, recording available (.mp3, 45.9 MB)
Link

Duration

01:06:32

Files

Citation

“Oral History Interview With Denise Bump, 1971-,” Rainbow History Project Digital Collections, accessed September 24, 2017, http://rainbowhistory.omeka.net/items/show/4939304.