Nick Metcalf (Čhetáŋzi), with adopted son, Sonny (Hokšíčala Čhaŋté Ma Yuhá), on the cover of Gay Parent magazine, November/December 2002.

Nicholas and Sonny Metcalf

Nicholas Metcalf (Čhetáŋzi; Yellow Hawk) holding Sonny (Hokšíčala Čhaŋté Ma Yuhá; Child of My Heart) on the cover of Gay Parent magazine, November/December 2002.

Poster produced by Minnesota Men of Color, ca. 2000. Design by Benjamin P. Constantino; photography by Chuck Smith.

Minnesota Men of Color HIV/AIDS poster

Poster produced by Minnesota Men of Color, ca. 2000. Design by Benjamin P. Constantino; photography by Chuck Smith.

Images from a poster used by Minnesota Men of Color, ca. 2000. The organization’s founders, Nick Metcalf and Edd Lee, are pictured at the top right and bottom left. Photographs by Chuck Smith.

Minnesota Men of Color poster

Images from a poster used by Minnesota Men of Color, ca. 2000. The organization’s founders, Nick Metcalf and Edd Lee, are pictured at the top right and bottom left. Photographs by Chuck Smith.

Minnesota Men of Color

Minnesota Men of Color (MMC) was a non-profit organization that served gay and bisexual men of color, women of color, and gender-non-conforming people of color between 1998 and 2003. From its headquarters in Minneapolis, MMC reached clients that majority-white LGBT groups had overlooked, focusing specifically on those who were Native, Latinx, African American, and Asian American.

Black and white photograph of Red Cross worker Julia Gray, ca. 1919.

Red Cross worker Julia Gray

Red Cross worker Julia Gray, ca. 1919.

Black and white group photograph taken outside a Red Cross hut by Red Cross worker Julia Gray, 1919.

Red Cross workers

Group photograph taken outside a Red Cross hut by Red Cross worker Julia Gray, 1919.

Black and white photograph of Dr. Padmakar K. Dixit, his wife, and their two daughters in Minnesota, 1962.

Padmakar K. Dixit and family

Dr. Padmakar K. Dixit, his wife, and their two daughters in Minnesota, 1962.

Color image of a Red Cross Flag carried by Theresa Ericksen to the Philippines during the Spanish–American War and to France during World War I.

Red Cross Flag carried by Theresa Ericksen

Red Cross Flag carried by Theresa Ericksen to the Philippines during the Spanish–American War and to France during World War I.

Black and white photograph of Theresa Ericksen (center) receiving a service medal on November 14, 1936.

Theresa Ericksen (center) receiving a service medal

Theresa Ericksen (center) receiving a service medal on November 14, 1936.

Black and white photograph of Theresa Ericksen at the Third Infantry Veterans Association reunion at Fort Snelling on October 12, 1936.

Theresa Ericksen at the Third Infantry Veterans Association reunion

Theresa Ericksen at the Third Infantry Veterans Association reunion at Fort Snelling on October 12, 1936.

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