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James Lewis Stoll, M. January 18, — December 8,a Unitarian Universalist minister, is the first ordained minister of an established denomination to come out as gay. He leads the effort that convinced the Unitarian Universalist Association to pass their first-ever gay rights resolution in It later became True Colors bookstore with a labrys acting as the "T," but has since closed.
Her class, entitled "Social Movement: Gay Liberation" was offered through the Experimental College. It soon evolved into a student group called The Gay Liberation Forum, the first gay and lesbian group on campus. After years of struggle the group was finally recognized by USC in It continues today under the name Queer and Ally Student Assembly.
It was the first social service center for lesbian women in the country. Their listing in the phone book was the first time the word "Gay" had ever appeared in the directory.
It was promoted with an advertising campaign unprecedented for a pornographic feature, premiered in New York City in and was an immediate critical and commercial success.
Toklas Democratic Club, founded by political activist Jim Fostertook place in San Franciscoon Valentine's Daybecoming the country's first gay Democratic political club.
The first gay rights legislation enacted in America: March 7, the East Lansing, Michigancity council approved by a vote of 4-to-1 an act declaring the city must seek to "employ the best applicant for each vacancy on the basis of his [sic] qualifications for the job and without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex or homosexuality.
Both would come out as gay in Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern would endorse gay rightsthe first US presidential candidate in history to do so; party stalwarts would denounce him. John Hospers — first openly gay man to run for president of the United States  with the newly formed Libertarian Party,  and first to receive an electoral vote albeit from a faithless elector.
William Johnson became the first openly gay person to be ordained in a mainline Protestant denomination, the United Church of Christ. They both graduated from the University of Michigan. They came out in at a City Council meeting in October when the Chief of Police was in attendance.
An anti-gay attack at a local bar had occurred the night before, which violated the recently passed Human Rights Ordinance, and they wanted to ask the Chief of Police why the Police who were called to the scene did not seem to be aware of the contents of the ordinance.
Mitchell's lover from moving in with her and the children. She addressed the convention in support of the inclusion of a gay rights plank in the Democratic Party platform.
In she also, along with Margaret Smalltaught the first course on lesbianism in the United States Lesbianism at the University at Buffalo.I know this is a student contest, and I only post them when there is something in it for the school, not just one student. This one meets the criteria.
The contest is open to students (gr ) in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or Connecticut and attend school in New York City or Westchester, New York. 44 African Americans who shook up the world Intro by Kevin Merida / Portraits by Robert Ball.
T his is a list of The Undefeated 44, a collection of dreamers and doers, noisy geniuses and quiet. Titusville Fire Department Raises Funds and Awareness for Parrish Medical Center's Cancer Care Program TITUSVILLE, FLA, November 28, —Titusville's Fire & Emergency Services Department presented Jess Parrish Medical Foundation (JPMF) with $2, in support of cancer care programs at Parrish Medical Center (PMC).
Arthur Ashe was a top ranked tennis player in the s and 70s.
Raised in the segregated South, he was the first African-American male tennis player to win a Grand Slam tournament. From the bold display of the number 42 across Major League Baseball clubs, Jackie Robinson Day, the Jackie Robinson Foundation, and Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life, Jackie Robinson is a.
Each year April 15 marks the anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in baseball in Honoring this important event, the Breaking Barriers Essay Contest is a chance for diverse students of all backgrounds in grades 4–9 to share their personal stories about how they use Jackie Robinson’s nine values to face their own barriers.