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==Gay rights march==
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The banner is being held by [[Dick Wagner]], [[Tammy Baldwin]], and [[Kathleen Nichols]] during a march in 1987.
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Photo of the statue by well-known artist [[George Segal]] titled 'Gay Liberation'. The people interspersed are Madison's LGBT elected officials at that time (1986).
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From left to right: [[Dick Wagner]], Dane County Board Chair; [[Jim McFarland]], Madison City Council; [[Earl Bricker]], Dane County Board; [[Ricardo Gonzalez]], Madison City Council; [[Kathleen Nichols]], Dane County Board; and [[Tammy Baldwin]], Dane County Board. (The statue was in a Madison, Wisconsin park for some years, before being transferred to New York City, where it now resides in the small park facing the Stonewall Inn.)
  
 
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Revision as of 13:36, 26 March 2020


Kathleen Nichols

Gay rights march

The banner is being held by Dick Wagner, Tammy Baldwin, and Kathleen Nichols during a march in 1987.

Madison gay left

Photo of the statue by well-known artist George Segal titled 'Gay Liberation'. The people interspersed are Madison's LGBT elected officials at that time (1986).

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzhds.PNG

From left to right: Dick Wagner, Dane County Board Chair; Jim McFarland, Madison City Council; Earl Bricker, Dane County Board; Ricardo Gonzalez, Madison City Council; Kathleen Nichols, Dane County Board; and Tammy Baldwin, Dane County Board. (The statue was in a Madison, Wisconsin park for some years, before being transferred to New York City, where it now resides in the small park facing the Stonewall Inn.)

DSA member

A partial roundup of Democratic Socialists of America elected officials after the November 1982 election includes n Wisconsin, Dismas Becker was elected to the state assembly from Milwaukee, Billy Feitlinger to the Madison city council, and Stuart Levitan, Lynn Haanen and Kathleen Nichols to the Dane County board.[1]

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