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ONE Archives Foundation's New Board Chair Brings an Inclusive Vision

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As the new board chair for the ONE Archives Foundation, Chiedu Egbuniwe is dedicated to making sure the LGBTQ+ history repository — the largest in the world — represents the full diversity of the community.Egbuniwe, a Black gay man, is the first person of color to chair the board for the foundation; the archive is housed at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

A technology professional, he has long been interested in LGBTQ+ history, but he hasn’t always seen himself represented in it.“I did not see myself reflected…I knew that there were stories of women, there were stories of BIPOC folks in there,” he says.

ONE is committed to telling those stories, and Egbuniwe is out to make sure it tells even more of them.“We’re not removing the voices of white cis gay men; we want to make sure we’re representing all voices,” he says.

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