Teaching our history.

Building our future.

About Us

Who We Are

We are a student-led and student-centered group working towards justice past and present for queer individuals at Harvard. Originally convened around the 100th anniversary of the Harvard Secret Court of 1920, we are built around a set of demands that will symbolically and materially affirm the dignity of queer members of the Harvard community. By elevating these demands, we seek a shift in the University’s priorities as expressed in policy away from revenue and reputation and towards justice and community care.

Organization and Demands

Student Resources

  • Gender-Inclusive Housing Reform
  • Mental Health Reform
  • Queer Arts Festival

Community Building

  • Alumni Connections
  • Faculty Relations
  • Queer History Research Fund

Institutional Change

  • Memorializing the Secret Court
  • Queering Curriculum


Recent Press

Contact Us

If you would like more information about Secret Court 100, if you would like to inquire about partnerships, or if you are a member of the press, please write to secretcourt100@gmail.com. We will respond as soon as possible.