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Civil Rights

Gay Pride Now And Then Part 3: Stonewall – What 60s NYC Gay Life Was

by David Badash ● 5:05 PM June 11, 2011
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The 1969 Stonewall riots: PBS explores a time in New York City history when no gay man, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender person was safe. Part 3.

Civil Rights

Gay Pride Now And Then: Stonewall – What 1960s NYC Gay Pride Looked Like

by David Badash ● 11:00 AM June 4, 2011
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The 1969 Stonewall riots: PBS explores a time in New York City history when no gay man, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender person was safe. Part 1.

Homosexuality: Born This Way? Only 40% Of Americans Think So

by David Badash ● 10:06 AM May 26, 2011
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Only 40% of Americans believe that people are born gay or lesbian, while 42% believe being gay or lesbian is “due to factors such as upbringing and environment,” according to a new Gallup study.

Civil Rights

Building Coalitions: Is the Enemy Of My Enemy My Friend?

by Jay Morris ● 9:00 AM March 11, 2011
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Imagine if we built coalitions from advocates of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender rights, women’s reproductive choice, health care and immigration reform advocates, and workers’ rights groups…

Civil Rights

Gay Rights And Obama’s State Of The Union: Was It Enough?

by David Badash ● 4:00 PM January 26, 2011
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Depending on which flash poll you read, anywhere from 50% t0 77% to 92% of the American people thought it was a success. Some members of the gay community, however, are feeling rather… ambivalent.