Citations with the tag: GAY activists
Results 51 - 100
- NEWS IN BRIEF: PENNSYLVANIA.
// Advocate; 4/21/92, Issue 601, p29
Cites the factors that led officers to beat AIDS activists at a demonstration held September 12, 1991 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, according to an ad hoc panel investigating the incident.
- Forward we marched.
// Advocate; 1/25/94, Issue 646/647, p17
No abstract available.
- Who is Luke Sissyfag?
Bull, Chris // Advocate; 1/25/94, Issue 646/647, p45
No abstract available.
- L.A. crash pad founder not so gay on TV show.
Sarff, Douglas // Advocate; 12/4/74, Issue 152, p10
Reports on the television comeback of former gay activist Paul Mace as a talk show guest concerned about adults who 'prey on boys.' Relationship of Mace with a 'ward'; Efforts of Mace to demonstrate the struggles of gays in the society; Mace's financing of a crash pad.
- Jewish Appointment.
Sarff, Douglas // Advocate; 9/10/75, Issue 172, p13
Reports on the appointment of Mark Segal, a gay activist, to the executive committee of the Jewish Community Relations Council of greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- NCGA Protests: Just Media Hype?.
Sarff, Douglas // Advocate; 6/30/76, Issue 193, p13
Speculates on promotion of the series of demonstrations by the National Coalition of Gay Activists (NCGA) in the U.S. Plan of the protest activities for the Democratic convention in New York; Picket of the hotels of delegations; Controversy of the NCGA marches.
- 300,000 Residents Can't All Be Straight.
Wolff, Patt // Advocate; 2/22/78, Issue 235, p38
Focuses on gay activist Jim Chalgren from Minnesota. His affection towards gay people; Gay group organized by Chalgren; Publications of various books by Chalgren and articles regarding gay consciousness; Comments of Chalgren on gay liberation movement; Concerns of Chalgren over gay rights...
- Dispatch: SEATTLE GIRDS FOR INITIATIVE.
Wolff, Patt // Advocate; 9/6/78, Issue 249, p7
Reports on the opposition of gay-rights ordinances in Seattle, Washington by organization Save Our Moral Ethics (SOME). Complaints made against initiatives taken by SOME; Charges against three gay-rights activists for allegedly interfering with signature gathering process started by SOME.
- NEWS BRIEFS: New Jersey.
Wolff, Patt // Advocate; 4/5/79, Issue 264, p8
Reports on the request made by the North Jersey Regional Chapter of the Gay Activists Alliance in New Jersey to be included in the funding program of local social service agencies.
- Moscow polling-place protesters acquitted.
Wolff, Patt // Gay & Lesbian Times; 1/17/2008, Issue 1047, p24
The article reports that a number of gay activists who were detained at a Moscow polling place were acquitted by a local magistrate's court in Russia.
Wolff, Patt // Gay & Lesbian Times; 1/31/2008, Issue 1049, p52
Several photographs of the 51st birthday celebration of gay activist Big Mike Phillips at the Hawthorn's Restaurant Lounge in San Diego, California are presented.
- conversation with Nicole.
Murray-Ramirez, Nicole // Gay & Lesbian Times; 1/31/2008, Issue 1049, p53
The author reflects on several issues including the state propositions in the 2008 California Primary, the Soulplates benefit in the lobby of the Copley Symphony Hall, and the event which honored the efforts of gay activist Al Smithson for his 40 years of service at the Metropolitan Community...
- City Council honors longtime gay activist.
Putnam, Neal // Gay & Lesbian Times; 7/10/2008, Issue 1072, p17
The article reports on the achievement and honor received by gay activist Charles McKain from the San Diego City Council in California.
- Corporate sponsors lining up for Lesbian, Gay Pride parade.
Wells, Ken R.; Ash, Leonard D. // San Diego Business Journal; 6/03/96, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p12
No abstract available.
- Activists cry foul at appointment of anti-gay former general at IU.
Wells, Ken R.; Ash, Leonard D. // Gay & Lesbian Times; 10/9/2008, Issue 1085, p18
The article reports on the gay activists' disappointments, upon the appointment of the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
- N. Y. Gays: Will the Spark Die?
Wells, Ken R.; Ash, Leonard D. // Advocate; Sep1969, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p3
Comments on reactions to the demonstration staged by gay groups at the New York City Sheridan Square in 1969. Organizers of the demonstration; Homophile groups represented in the demonstration; Guest speakers.
- Police Raid on N. Y. Club Sets Off First Gay Riot.
Leitsch, Dick // Advocate; Sep1969, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p3
Reports on the gay riots that took place in June 1969 in Greenwich Village, New York. Complaints of police harassment; Circumstances leading to the riots; Arrests made.
- Long Island group cites political gain.
Leitsch, Dick // Advocate; 12/23/70, Vol. 4 Issue 22, p7
Focuses on the campaign of the Gay Activists Alliance of Long Island for gay discrimination in New York.
- Death of Gay Activist Outrages Houstonians.
Leitsch, Dick // Advocate; 8/21/80, Issue 299, p18
Reports on the outrage of the gay community in Houston for the accidental death of a gay activists in the hands of policeman in Houston, Texas. Investigations done by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) regarding the case; Result of the investigation of the FBI.
- SHORT TAKES: San Francisco.
Leitsch, Dick // Advocate; 3/19/81, Issue 313, p28
Reports that Gay Democratic activist Jim Foster has been named by the mayor to the Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections, which serves as a watchdog body for local elections in San Francisco, California.
- Money talks.
Gallagher, John // Advocate; 7/25/95, Issue 686, p41
Reports that gays and AIDS activists in the United States are hiring public relations firms with Republican connections to deal with a Congress with a Republican majority. Use of PR firms as a long-over due step toward professionalizing the gay and AIDS movements; Contention from critics that...
Gallagher, John // Advocate; 1/28/92, Issue 595, p24
Presents information on the deaths of gay professionals in 1992. French novelist Herve Guibert; Vernon Mitchell, owner of an AIDS clinic; Charles Selber, cofounder of a chapter of AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power; George Stambolian, editor of the 'Men on Men' anthology.
- Back to the future.
Bull, Chris // Advocate; 11/15/94, Issue 668, p28
Focuses on the debate about an antigay provision in a federal education appropriations bill in the U.S. Gay discrimination in school; Gay political groups that lobbied for the adoption of a compromise measure; Introduction of gay-friendly sex-education curricula.
- Gay-rights activist files second suit against Mabon.
Bull, Chris // Gay & Lesbian Times; 10/9/2003, Issue 824, p28
Reports that a gay activist who won a 1992 court judgment against the Oregon Citizens Alliance and its anti-gay founder, Lon Mabon, has filed a lawsuit against the group in an effort to collect that debt. Background of the case; Allegations; Status of the case; Court ruling.
- Los Angeles' Gay Pride Poised for Renewal in the New Millennium.
Gierach, Ryan // Lesbian News; Jun2001, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p21
Reports on reforms implemented at the Christopher Street West (CSW), a nonprofit, volunteer and community-based organization which staged the Los Angeles, California-area pride parade. Problems within the CSW which endanger its mission; Criticisms against the CSW parade and festival; Creation...
- FEDERALLY OFFENSIVE.
Gierach, Ryan // Advocate; 6/4/91, Issue 578, p10
Reports that the Washington, D.C. chapter of ACT UP handed out condoms to passing tourists in front of the White House in protest against president George Bush's comment that their group is totally counter productive. Detention of several protesters for littering on White House property.
- Sounds of Silence.
de Solenni, Pia // Human Life Review; Spring2004, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p66
Highlights the "Pro-Choice" march in the U.S. Beliefs of gay activists regarding abortion; Abortion agenda; Guests.
- Cyber activism.
Friess, Steve // Advocate; 03/02/99, Issue 780, p34
Discusses how the Internet has become the newest avenue for activism, particularly gay activism. Key role of the Internet in saving Navy officer Timothy McVeigh from discharge and in provoking international outrage over murder of gay student Matthew Shepard; Success and risks of online activism.
- Campaigners call for official gay quarter in Leeds.
Lloyd, Peter; Humphries, Guy // Pink Paper; 8/12/2011, p24
The article reports that gay and lesbian activists in Yorkshire, England joined forces with Stuart Andrew, Member of Parliament for Pudsey, to make Leeds City Council establish a queer quarter.
- WE PARTY: WE PHARAOH.
Lloyd, Peter; Humphries, Guy // BOYZ; 3/1/2012, Issue 1070, p6
The article offers information on the We Party, a party related to gay activists, that is going to take place at the Coronet Theatre, London, England on March 3, 2012.
- G-A-Y: TEN STRIPPERS.
Lloyd, Peter; Humphries, Guy // BOYZ; 3/1/2012, Issue 1070, p12
A calendar of events related to gay activists for London, England from February 2012-March 2012 is presented which includes a fundraiser event on February 25, 2012, a stage performance by Alexandra Burke along with Steps music group on March 10, 2012 and March 17, 2012 and a music performance by...
- THE TWO BREWERS: BIG GAY BAND.
Lloyd, Peter; Humphries, Guy // BOYZ; 3/1/2012, Issue 1070, p22
A calendar of events related to gay activists for London, England from February 2012-March 2012 is presented which includes a music performance by the Big Gay band, fundraising event and a live stage show by the Edge Band.
- HOLIDAY! CELEBRATE!
Lloyd, Peter; Humphries, Guy // BOYZ; 3/8/2012, Issue 1071, p10
The article offers information on the organization of a summer cruise from Marseille, France to Mediterranean especially for gays, by the gay party La Demence that will take place on July 22-29, 2012.
- A SECOND CHANCE FOR SMYRC.
Wilson, Kat // Just Out; 1/17/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p13
Profiles the trans youth activist and drag performer Joey Janssen, who is touted to be the person most likely to keep the Sexual Minority Youth Recreation Center (SMYRC) stays open despite drastic budget cuts. Janssen's introduction to and association with the SMYRC; Projects being handled by...
- NGTF Board Promises to Raise Total Of $45,000 Yearly for Their Organization.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 6/12/84, Issue 396, p16
Reports that the board of directors of National Gay Task Force in the U.S. have promised to raise a total of $45,000 yearly for their organization as of May 1984. Reasons for the board's commitment; Refusal of the board to meet the demands made by the Metropolitan Area Volunteers, a group of...
- THE REVEREND JUNE NORRIS.
Warwick, Dixie // Advocate; 6/12/84, Issue 396, p29
Profiles June Norris, volunteer at Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. Demonstrations staged by Norris for the upliftment of gays; Views of Norris on the attitude of people towards the gay community; Family and background of Norris.
- SHORT TAKES: Los Angeles.
Warwick, Dixie // Advocate; 6/12/84, Issue 396, p61
Reports that Lesbian and Gay Academic Union of Los Angeles, California is offering several Jay Hayes Memorial Scholarships to individuals and projects that will make a significant contribution to the lesbian and gay community as of June 12, 1984. Awards being offered by the scholarship;...
- Gays, Lesbians Caught Up In W. Hollywood Vote Fever.
Cort, Joan // Advocate; 9/18/84, Issue 403, p9
Reports that 13 gay and lesbian activists are among 44 candidates for five seats on a potential city council in West Hollywood, California. Election of the city council members along with a referendum on whether to incorporate as a self-governing city or remain under county control; Cityhood...
- THOM SEEKS JUDGESHIP.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 9/18/84, Issue 403, p15
Reveals that activist William Thom is seeking to become the first openly gay person to be elected a judge in New York state. Support for Thom's candidacy by gay activists.
- Jack Kersey.
Freiberg, Peter // Advocate; 12/10/85, Issue 435, p36
Profiles Jack Kersey, a leader of gay liberation movement in Louisville, Kentucky. Family background; Reaction of friends after declaring his homosexuality; Contributions to the gay and lesbian movement.
- SPOTLIGHT: Jon David Nalley.
Rowland, Craig // Advocate; 8/19/86, Issue 453, p36
Profiles gay activist Jon David Nalley. Career history; Achievements; Educational background.
- Sodomy on My Mind.
Harding, Rick // Advocate; 10/24/89, Issue 536, p18
Focuses on a court case of a man who was convicted of sodomy as a result of sexual-assault charges filed by his wife in Georgia. Gay activists' effort to repeal the sodomy law; State representative's plan to introduce a bill that would exempt heterosexuals from the law, leaving the same-sex...
- New York Police Clash With ACT UP On Two Occasions.
Bull, Chris // Advocate; 3/26/91, Issue 573, p23
Reports that clashes between the New York City police department and the direct-action group AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) in February 1991 have fueled calls for the establishment of a civilian board to monitor police conduct in the city. Details of the skirmishes between police and...
- TONY WHITEHEAD � YOUTH ADVOCATE.
McKenna, Neil // Advocate; 6/18/91, Issue 579, p56
Profiles youth advocate and gay activist Tony Whitehead. Achievements; Role as the director of the London project for young male prostitutes Streetwise; Membership to London's Lesbian and Gay Switchboard as a leading gay activist.
- Are boycotts pass�.
Emerson, Jim // Advocate; 11/1/94, Issue 667, p36
Discusses gay and lesbian activists' strategy for fighting Cincinnati, Ohio's antigay referendum or Issue 3. Effectiveness of boycotts as a political strategy; Street rallies and lobbying; Agreement of the convention and visitors bureau to participate in a coalition to lobby against Issue 3;...
- Committed to Love and Purpose.
Ocamb, Karen // Lesbian News; Feb2002, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p20
Reports the launching of The Village Health Foundation Clinic in Los Angeles, California owned by gay activists Jewel and Rue Thais-Williams. Construction of an alternative free clinic with Chinese medicine and healing techniques; Plan of Thais-Williams to educate clients about health and...
- Gays freed after arrest at rally.
Ocamb, Karen // Advocate; 2/16/72, Issue 79, p28
Reports on the dismissal of charges filed against four Gay Liberationists beaten and arrested in a demonstration against gubernatorial candidate Thomas Foran in Illinois.
- 4 convicted of trespassing in N.Y. Daily News protest.
Ocamb, Karen // Advocate; 7/5/72, Issue 89, p3
Reports on the conviction of four gay activists caught trespassing at the 'New York Daily News' building during a demonstration on April 9, 1972. Rights of the press becoming a peripheral issue in the trial; Punishment meted out to the defendants.
- Wouldn't let GAA pay; went to jail.
Ocamb, Karen // Advocate; 7/5/72, Issue 89, p16
Reports on the release of gay activist Janet Rivera from a Suffolk County, New York prison after serving a 15-day jail sentence after being convicted of minor charges in connection with a violent incident. Refusal of Rivera to pay the fine; Prison experience of Rivera.
- Do NGTF's purposes conflict?
Ocamb, Karen // Advocate; 12/19/73, Issue 127, p37
Focuses on activities of the National Gay Task Force (NGTF) in the United States which coordinates gay activists throughout the country. Objectives of NGTF; Function of a gay organization; Difference between a national gay organization and gay profession's group.