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  • '''Henry (Harry) Hay''' was a life long Marxist and Homosexual rights activist. He was an ardent American Communist, a romantic homosexual, an am ...A blend of Marxist analysis and stagecraft strongly influenced Hay's later gay organizing.''
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  • ...ainbow Coalition]]. The Rainbow excited and recruited tens of thousands of gay, Latino, Native American, white, Asian, and African-Americans into electora Congress, the first woman in the state’s history and the first openly gay nonincumbent in the nation’s.
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  • '''Christine (Chris) R. Riddiough''' is a Washington DC based gay and socialist activist. She has been in a relationship with [[Judy Nedrow]] ...entitled ''Gay and Lesbian Task Force'' alongside [[Leo Casey]], Co-Chair, Gay and Lesbian Task Force.<ref>NAM 10th Convention Agenda, July 29, 1981</ref>
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  • ...t had everyone on edge. One bizarre sign of the times during a heated anti-gay ballot measure were the 8 ½” by 11” placards in car windows portraying ...nity members started congregating. And this led to the organizing of human rights groups. It was an organic response that many small town progressives arrive
    34 KB (5,359 words) - 14:07, 6 May 2019
  • *[[Mare Steiner]] - from the [[APC Gay and Lesbian Focus]] *[[Peace and Equal Rights Committee]]
    120 KB (18,108 words) - 22:37, 21 August 2020
  • Chu joined the movement to pass the Equal Rights Amendment for women, and then taught classes at UCLA on Asian American Wome ...n, Peace, and Security Act of 2017 which Trump signed into law. Women’s rights icon [[Gloria Steinem]], founder of the peace group [[Women Cross DMZ]], pu
    170 KB (24,485 words) - 22:56, 16 November 2020
  • ==LOM Gay and Lesbian Conference== The invitation list for a mid '80s [[Line of March]] gay and lesbian conference included these names;
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  • ...acism and Political Oppression]], and I credit those Black and white civil rights leaders with schooling me there. I was growing then by leaps and bounds, an ==LOM Gay and Lesbian Conference==
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  • *[[Land Rights Council, Inc.]], San Luis, CO, $8,000 *[[Voz Workers' Rights Education Project]], Portland, OR, $10,000
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  • ...]], and in the anthology, Spirited:Affriming the Soul of Black Lesbian and Gay Identity (Red Bone Press 2006). He also blogs at www.kenyonfarrow.wordpress worked with [[Critical Resistance]], [[FIERCE]], [[New York State Black Gay Network]], and is the board co-chair of [[Queers for Economic Justice]]. Ke
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  • Shhhhh - Top Obama bundler accused of chi ...nton]], Vice President [[Al Gore]] and others via GotNews</div>A long-time gay activist,
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  • ...lbiz/content/dec2008/sb2008122_805671.htm "Quark Founder Tim Gill"]</ref>, gay activist and political philanthropist. ...ref>[,8599,1854884,00.html "The Gay Mafia That's Redefining Liberal Politics"]</ref> listed the political steer
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  • ...s. The organization was founded in 1966 by attorneys who represented civil rights movements in the South and merged with [[National Emergency Civil Liberties ...[Ben Smith]] and [[William Kunstler]], whose legal work representing civil rights activists in Mississippi convinced them of the need for a privately funded
    87 KB (10,873 words) - 12:15, 22 January 2020
  • ...ommission. She came to Congress as a national figure who had been a civil rights and feminist leader, tenured professor of law, and board member at three Fo ...ors of the D.C. Bar Association, as well as, served on the boards of civil rights and other national organizations.
    51 KB (7,082 words) - 12:52, 20 May 2020
  • stand up for the people’s interests. On issues ranging from women's rights to animal welfare, Congressman Cohen was a relentless advocate in the Tenne ==Addressed Gay community==
    44 KB (6,354 words) - 12:32, 20 May 2020
  • ...profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice, promoting the rights of nurses in the workplace, projecting a positive and realistic view of nur ...isions a future in which nations work together to abolish war, protect our rights and freedoms and solve the problems facing humanity that no nation can solv
    65 KB (9,399 words) - 05:16, 23 September 2017
  • ...its progressive makeup: It was one of the first jurisdictions to legalize gay marriage and, just a couple of years ago, passed a bill brought to the tabl *[[Jose Haymas Cronopio]], Works at D[[C Comite for Immigrant Rights]]
    102 KB (13,466 words) - 00:42, 27 August 2019
  • ...ion Fellow]] in 1998, becoming the first Asian American attorney and human rights activist to receive this highly prestigious recognition, often referred to ...rties is rooted in his Christian upbringing and the influence of the civil-rights movement of the 1960s, when he was an undergraduate at UCLA.
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  • ...he opened the Law Offices of [[Steven Phillips]] where he practiced civil rights and employment discrimination law. As an attorney, Steve successfully litig ...m Hastings College, Phillips started his own firm where he practiced civil rights and employment discrimination law. He has written nearly 100 columns and es
    124 KB (18,928 words) - 18:29, 17 August 2019
  • ...her the distinction of being one of the first paid lobbyists for women’s rights in the United States. She helped lead a public protest against men-only gri ...usy with volunteer political work, lobbying and two years with the [[Civil Rights Division]].<ref>[ Women city Builders profile, a
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