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A discussion on the historic intersection between the LGBTQ+ community and the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, DC with Mindy Daniels, Dee Curry, and Brett Parson, moderated by Rayceen Pendarvis. Craig Howell and Earline Budd were unable…

city harrassment.pdf
Flyer includes postcard addressed the Mayor Marian Barry. Calls to stop harassment by police and DCRA of gay businesses.

Letter and sponsorship form related to fund raising activity by the Bisexual Resource Center. Participants were encouraged to disobey the state sodomy laws for the month of October and seek sponsors for acts of civil disobedience to pledge for each…
Lesbian activist Lilli Vincenz featured on the cover of the Ladder, the magazine of the San Francisco lesbian organization the Daughters of Bilitis. This is the first known instance of an Out Lesbian choosing to show her face on the cover of a…
The Rainbow History Project partnered with LC-GLOBE to present the lunchtime panel “Lost Lesbian Spaces” at the Library Congress. The panel addressed the swift disappearance of local lesbian spaces, such as bookstores and bars, since the 1980s. Dr.…
Discusses arrangements for the 1987 March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights; police training; sex ed in curriculum; and candidate surveys for elections.

Announces a gay television show on local Arlington life; Virginians for Justice; distribution of The Washington Blade at Virginia libraries; and the membership picnic.

Discusses the amendments to the Human Rights ordinance, including full text of proposed amendment on sexual orientation.


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