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  • Gay rights organization founded in San Francisco in 1975 by Randy Burns and Barbara May Cameron, initially as a safe place to socialize and share. The first gay American Indian liberation organization. Wikipedia

  • Gwendolyn Ann Smith

    Transgender woman who founded Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to memorialize people who have been killed as a result of transphobia. Biography about Smith published in July 2017. Wikipedia

  • San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band

    Community-based concert, marching, and pep band in San Francisco. Official band of San Francisco. Wikipedia

  • Weekly gay and lesbian newspaper based in New York City printed from 1977 until 1979. Founded by Alan Bell in 1977 as an 8-page single-color tabloid and finished its run in 1979 as a 24-page two-color publication. Wikipedia

  • Elaine Noble

    American politician and LGBT activist who served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives for two terms starting in January 1975. The first openly lesbian or gay candidate elected to a state legislature. Wikipedia

  • Julius (restaurant)

    Tavern in Manhattan's Greenwich Village neighborhood in New York City, located at 159 West 10th Street at Waverly Place. Often called the oldest continuously operating gay bar in New York City. Wikipedia

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