Founder of National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association dies at 70

December 2004
Gay & Lesbian Times;12/2/2004, Issue 884, p26
Reports that Leroy F. Aarons, a former national correspondent for "The Washington Post" and executive editor of the "Oakland Tribune" who founded the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, has died at the age of 70. Cause of his death; Contribution of Aarons to the campaign against discrimination; Career background of Aarons.


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