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Publicity: Press Releases [subseries]:
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Miscellaneous
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NGTF Urges Lesbian Mothers Participation in Research, September 28.
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Episcopal Church Supports Gays, October
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Gay Lobbyist Appointed to New York City Police, October 13
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Gay Media Alert: Gay Related TV Programs, October 19
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Virginia Gay Group Wins University Recognition, November 3
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NGTF Women Cooperate on Lesbian Sourcebook Project, November 30
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Gay Representatives Meet with CBS-TV President, December
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Bureau of Prisons Bans Gay Publications, December 14
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Gay TV Portrayals, 1976 Season
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Gay Representatives Chosen for White House Meeting, undated
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New Job Corps "Sexuality" Manual Ends NGTF Charge of Anti-Gay Bias, undated
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NGTF Director's Comments on Anita Bryant and Civil Rights, undated
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Letter from Rita Mae Brown and Dave Kopay, undated
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NGTF Urges Lesbians to Participate in International Women's Year, undated
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Study on Lesbian Mothers Encompasses Fifteen States, undated
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NGTF Hails Kochs's Anti-Discrimination Statement, January 3
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Media Alert: Various Gay Related Programs, January 6
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National Tea Dance Adds Four Locations, January 18
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Dade County, Florida Passes Gay Rights Bill, January 18
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Media Alert: 45 RPM Record "C.B. Savage" Protest, January 25
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Tuscon, Arizona Passes Gay Rights Bill, February 8
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Letter from Costanza to O'Leary and Voeller Follow-Up, February 8
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Media Alert: Meeting with Presidential Advisor Midge Costanza, March
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Los Angeles Gets Gay TV Talk Show, March 30
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NGTF Awarded Playboy Grant, March 30
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Gay Activist Named to New York City Human Rights Commission, March 30
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NGTF Obtains Kinsey Institute Letter on Number of Gays, March 30
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Jean O'Leary Named to International Women's Year Commission, March 30
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NGTF-Federal Agency Meetings Set Second White House Conference in September, March 31
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Gay Media Alert, April 5
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"Sexual Preference" Added to List of International Women's Year Issues, April 15
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Dade County Commission Upholds Gay Rights, April 19
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Meetings Between NGTF and Federal Government, April 28
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"We Are Your Children" Campaign Opened, June 13
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"Stand Up and Be Counted" Campaign Announced, June 13
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Gay Veterans May Qualify for Upgraded Discharges, June 17
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NGTF Civil Rights Conference, July 18
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NGTF Meets with Immigration and Naturalization Officials, July 18
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Women's Caucus Formed at NGTF, August 1
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NGTF Women Invite Feedback on International Women's Year State Meetings, August 1
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NGTF Comments on FCC Petition, August 4
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NGTF Files Petition with FCC to Require Ascertainment of Gays and Lesbian Leaders, August 4
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Fund for Human Dignity Receives Tax Deductible Status, August 9
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Lesbians Plan for International Women's Year: Funds Needed, August 9
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Gay Media Alert, August 24
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Civil Rights Commission Acknowledge Jurisdiction, August 27
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Gay Media Alert, Offensiveness of ABC's "Soap," September 6
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NGTF Sends Letters to ABC Chief Fred Silverman, September 6
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Wichita Passes Gay Rights Bill, September 7
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NGTF Requests Newspaper Editors to Print Petition "A Declaration in Support of Human Rights for 20 Million American Citizens," September 14
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Gay Organizations Protest Kojak Episode, October
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NGTF Directors Comment on Supreme Court Action in Gaylord Case, October 2
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NGTF Urges Lesbian/Gay Community to Support Extension of ERA Deadline, October 18
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Media Alert: TV Program: "Baretta," October 20
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NGTF Invites Nominee Suggestions for NGTF Board of Directors, October 28
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NGTF Directors Comment on Anita Bryant Visit to New York City, November 2
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NGTF Directors Comment on New York City Campaign Rumors, November 10
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Gay Media Alert: "Today Show," November 15
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NGTF Comments on "Pro-Family" Ad on the International Women's Year Agenda, November 18
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Lesbian Rights Proposal Controversial at Houston National Women's Conference, November 18
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Commentator Paul Harvey Raps Media Misuse of the Word "Homosexual," undated
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NGTF Gets National Support for Dade County, undated
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NGTF Hails Koch's Anti-Discrimination Statement, January 3 (also cited as January 3, 1977)
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Protests Harassment of Canadian Publication "The Body Politic," January 9
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O'Leary Resigns from National Advisory Commission on Women in Protest of Abzug Dismissal, January 16
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NGTF Leaders (O'Leary) Applaud Executive (Koch) Order, January 23
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NGTF Questions Policeman's Benevolent Association's Sincerity, January 26
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Media Alert: Request for Information in Broadcasting, February 24
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NGTF Meets with U.S. Bureau of Prisons, March 22
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April 14 is National Gay Blue Jeans Day, April 5
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NGTF Wins Public Health Charge "Homosexuality Not Deviant," April 6
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Media Alert: Dick Cavett Features Gay Debate, April 19
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U.S. Bureau of Prisons Rules: "Homosexual Rapes," April 19
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Media Alert: Episode of Kojak is Offensive to Gays, April 25
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NGTF Responds to Defeat of Gay Rights Ordinance in St. Paul, April 26
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O'Leary Named to New York City Commission on Status of Women by Koch, May 18
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Psychiatrists Receive Homophobia Cure, May 24
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NGTF Directors Attack President Carter's Appearance at Same Forum as Anita Bryant, June 11
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NGTF Board Members Elected: Whitlock and Brydon Are Co-Chairpersons, June 20
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Gay Pride Week: June 18-25, June 20
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Voeller Nominated to ACLU Board, June 20
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Voeller Addresses ACLU Convocation, June 20
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NGTF Honors Costanza at Benefits Dinner, June 27
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O'Leary Appointed by President Carter to National Commission for Women, June 30
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NGTF Comments on New Kinsey Study (We Like It), July 6
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Coalition for White House Conference on Families Recommends Gay Inclusion July 10
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FCC Proposes Broadcasters Be Requested to Interview Gay Leaders. July 14
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Vida Receives Gay Book Award for Our Right to Love, July 20
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Media Alert: Three Upcoming Gay Related TV Programs, July 21
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NGTF Sponsors Conference of Referenda Leaders, August 1
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Hartford, Connecticut Mayor Vetoes Gay Rights Bill, July 25
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NGTF Regrets Costanza's Resignation, August 2
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U.S. Civil Rights Commission Includes Gay Issues, Leaders List in Survey, August 15
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NGTF Asks for Letters Supporting FCC Proposal for Rulemaking, August 15
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"Dear Editor" from Ginny Vida, August 15
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NGTF Seeks Aid from Other Gay and Lesbian Groups, September 1
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Week of Dialogue with American Parents and Families, September 15
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NGTF Testifies on Federal Communications Act Rewrite, September 15
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NGTF National Week of Dialogue Program Scheduled October 22, September 15
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Voeller Resigns as NGTF Co-Executive Director, September 30
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NGTF Seeks Application for Co-Executive Director Position, October 13
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Organizations Participate in NGTF Week of Dialogue, October 16
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Seventy Organizations Participate in NGTF Week of Dialogue, October 16
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NGTF Invites Nominee Suggestions for NGTF Board of Directors, October 18
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Media Alert, October 24
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Weddington Will Continue Work on Gay Concerns, October 27
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Media Alert: ABC Sunday Night Movie: "A Question of Love," November 10
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NGTF Announces Week of Dialogue Program with Media, December 8
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O'Leary to Resign as Co-Executive Director of NGTF, December 12
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NGTF Seeks Applications for Replace Jean O'Leary, December 12
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NGTF Announces Corporate Survey Results, December 12
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NGTF Gets National Support for Dade County, undated
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Advisory Board to Editors: "Homosexual As Adjective," January 3
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Media Alert, January 9
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Media Alert, January 10
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Brydon is Named NGTF Co-Executive Director, March 5
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Brydon Expresses NGTF Concern for Rural Gays, May 2
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Media Alert: CBX Broadcast "Brane's of Boston," May 2
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NGTF Applauds Appointment of Jill Schopp to Women's Advisory Committee, May 10
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New NGTF Board Elected, June 26
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Valeska and C.F. Brydon Statement on Film "Cruising," July
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Public Health Service Halts Participation of Gay Aliens, July
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NGTF Withdraws Support of Renee Epstein on Gay Parents, August 8
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NGTF Endorses National March on Washington, August 21
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Letters Needed: Virginia Proposal Would Give Benefits to Gay Veterans, August 29
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Media Alert: Radio Broadcast: National March on Washington, September 25; "Gay Lifestyles," September 17
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NGTF Issues Statement on National March on Washington, October
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Governor Brown Endorses NGTF Petition the President Campaign, October 17
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Attorney General Responds to NGTF/NOW Complaint re: Immigration, November 20
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Gay Gains Made in 1979 Municipal Elections, November 7
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NGTF to Present Petition to the President to End Discrimination, December 19
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White House Receives Gay Rights Petition-"Discusses Presidential Executive Order, December 21
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NGTF Oppose Justice Department Move to Bar Homosexual Aliens, December 28
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Valeska Named NGTF Co-Executive Director, undated
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NGTF Condemns FBI Firing of Gay Employees, undated
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Brydon Named NGTF Co-Executive Director, undated
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NGTF Reschedules Week of Dialogue with Media, undated
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NGTF Co-Executive Directors Mourn Deaths of Moscone and Milk, undated
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Originals of 1979 Press Releases
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Kennedy Pledges Executive Order and Support for Gay Rights Platform Plank, January 8
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Media Alert: NOVA Hepatitis B Segment, January 8
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Media Alert: Film "Window," January 11
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Lesbians and Gays Wanted for 1980 Census Work, January 20
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"Cruising" and "Windows," February
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New York Mayor Calls on President to Issue Gay Rights Executive Order, February 26
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Psychiatric Manual Revision Appears Minimal, February 26
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Carter Appeals for Gay Support, March 6
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Gays Optimistic After Historic White House Session, March 26
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Presidential Candidates Respond to Gay Rights Survey, March 7
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Federal Communications Commission Acts on NGTF Petition, March 14
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Government Cooperation With Anita Bryant TV Program, April 9
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Media Alert: CBS Reports: Gay Power, Politics, April 16
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National Fire Academy, April 29
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NGTF to Oppose Complaint by Evangelical Broadcaster, April 29
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NGTF Preparing National News Council Complaint, May 14
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Media Alert: "Show My People," July 1
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White House Responds to NGTF Protest of Defense Department and Anita Bryant, July 1
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Gay Community Aids Cuban Refugees, Jul 8
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NGTF Files News Council Complaint Re: CBS Show, July 23
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Media Alert: McDonald Bill, August
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NGTF and Gay Rights Advocates Explore Affiliation, August 20
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Media Alert: Gerty, Gerty, September 2
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Knutson on Immigration, September 10
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National News Council Complaint Finds CBS Unfair, October 2
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Justice Department Asked to Explain Omission of Sexual Orientation, October 2
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NGTF Files Lawsuit in Oklahoma to Protect Gay Teachers, October 14
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Federal Prison to Admit Gay Publications, October 22
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NGTF Urges Participation in Children and Youth Conference, October 21
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NGTF Urges Participation in Conference on Aging, October 22
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Playboy Grant for Gay Rights, November 11
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Immigration Law Unenforced, November 11
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Sponsors Still Needed for Lesbian and Gay Cuban Refugees, November 18
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NGTF Reacts to Anti-Gay Killings, November 20
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Court Victory for Gay Student Groups, December 20
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Brydon Plans for 1980s, December 20
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Letter: Petition the President, undated
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A Proposed Platform Plank, undated
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New Defense Department Directive, January 29
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NGTF Protests Police and Network News Treatment of Las Vegas Arsonist, February 18
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FCC Says "No" to Anti-Gay Evangelist, March 3
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WAIF-FM/Cincinnati, March 5
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Inter-Organization Cooperation, March 24
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Brydon Discusses Public Sex, March 30
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NGTF Clarifies Position on Military Legislation, March 31
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Request to Editors, April 7
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NGTF Reply to Gwenn Craig (Harvey Milk Gay Democratic Club), April 9
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Joint News Release from GRNL/NGTF, April 13
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Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Lesbian Mother Custody Case, April 21190
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NGTF Protests Washington Post Handling of Gay Issue in Story on Reagan Assassin, April 27
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NGTF Supports Immigration Legislation, April 28
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NGTF Welcomes NOLAG (National Organization of Lesbians and Gays), April 28
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Letter to Straight News Media re: Sensitivity to Gay Issues, May
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Letter to Gay Press Association, May 11
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National Gay Leaders Joint Statement on Atlanta, May 12
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NGTF Launches Campaign to Improve News Media Sensitivity to Gay Issues, May 15
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Repeal of New York State Sodomy Statute Upheld by Supreme Court, May 22
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NGTF Mounts National Campaign to Defeat FPA and Restructures to Expand Resources, June 9
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Gays Launch Major Offensive to Defeat Family Protection Act, June 17
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Board of Immigration Appeals Orders Exclusion of Carl Hill, July 31
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NGTF Issues New Employment Publications, August 5
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NGTF Gears Up to Challenge New Right, August 20
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Oklahoma Federal Judge Clears Way for Challenge to Helm Bill, August 20
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NGTF Appoints New Director of Civil Rights Advocacy, August 21
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National Women's Political Caucus, September 22
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ADA Joins Fight to Protect Gay Rights, September 23
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Statement by Arlie C. Scott, September 23
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Stop FPA News Conference, September 23
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Support Statement by Interchange Resource Center for Press Conference, September 23
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Support Statement by Edward Asnder for Press Conference, September 23
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National Association of Social Workers Statement for Press Conference, September 23
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Statement by Valeska for Press Conference, September 23
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Statement by M. Weinber for Press Conference, September 23
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Counterattack Against Radical Right, September 23
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Congress Overturns D.C. Sexual Assault Reform Act, October 6
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Campaign Against Radical Right, October 6
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Announcement of Apuzzo's Appointment, October 6
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New National Coalition Forms to Stop the Family Protection Act, October 15
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NGTF Elects Six New Board Members, October 15
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National Coalition to Stop Family Protection Act Has Second Meeting, November 24
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Valeska Represents Gay Community at NBC Conference, November 24
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NGTF Speakers Bureau Organized, December 2
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Valeska Hails Defeat of Austin's Anti-Gay Legislation, January 20
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Political Primer on Gay Rights Created by NWPC/NGTF Collaboration, January 20
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Apuzzo Debates FPA Advocates in Boston Video Appearance, January 22
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NGTF Opposes Reagan Nominee to U.S. Civil Rights Commission, February 17
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Coalition Strength Forces Hart to Bow Out, March 3
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NGTF Forms National Screening Network to Monitor Reagan Nominees to Courts, March 23
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NGTF to Document High Cost of Discrimination, March 31
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NGTF Targets 50 Largest Cities re: Police Hiring Practices, April 8
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NGTF and Fund for Human Dignity on Road for Gay Pride, June 4
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NGTF Criticizes CBS Regarding "Cagney and Lacey" TV Changes, June 11
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Disarmament Rally Speech: Bunch, June 12
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Disarmament Rally Speech: Rothernberg, June 12
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NGTF Publishes "Who's Behind the Gay Rights Movement," June 15
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Bunch and Rothenberg Address Disarmament Rally, June 23
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About Coming Out in Spanish, June 23
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Valeska Gay Pride Speech, June 27
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NGTF Urges Fair Reporting of Capitol Hill Investigations, July 3
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NGTF to Appeal Helm's Ruling, July 3
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Daniels Named NGTF Media Head, July 9
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NGTF Relays News of Landmark Immigration Victory, July 22
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Gays Establish First Formal ties to Reagan Administration, July 26
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NGTF Moves to Halt U.S. Army's Attack on Gay Rights at Major Universities, July 26
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NGTF Joins Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, August 6
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Federal Judge Rules Gays and Lesbians Have Right to Privacy, August 19
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NGTF Publica Su Folleto Sombre El Darse A Conocer Como Homosexual, August 25
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NGTF Publishes Two Booklists on Gays in the Business Sector, August 27
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NGTF Washington Office Relays Clarification of D.O.E. Policy, September 17
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Valeska's Resignation, October 7
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NGTF Board Elections Held, October 15
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NGTF Hires Virginia Apuzzo as Executive Director, November 16
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Committee on Transfusion Transmitted Disease of the American Association of Blood Banks, January 6
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NGTF Plays Crucial Role in Blood Policy, January 10
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NGTF Crisisline Hours Change/AIDS Calls Predominate, January 26
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Gay Community Issues Statement
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NGTF Responds to Public Health, March 16
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New York State Special Task Force on Religious Desecration, etc. Refuses to Examine Anti-Gay Bigotry, March 22
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NGTF Issues Report on Anti-Gay Federal Employment Policies, March 22
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Apuzzo Testimony to Subcommittee on AIDS Funding, May 12
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NGTF Calls Upon Heckler...Program for AIDS, May 24
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NGTF Protests Inaccurate and Misleading Press Reports on AIDS and Household Contact, May 23
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NGTF Responds to Heckler Speech at Conference of Mayors, June 14
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NGTF Asks ABC to Correct Inaccuracies in 20/20 Broadcast, June 17
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National AIDS Lobby Formed, June 17
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NGTF Addresses Public Health Officers on AIDS Response, July 13
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NGTF Assails Response on AIDS in Congressional Testimony, August 1
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NGTF to Sponsor Buses to Jobs and Peace March, August 9
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Gay Leaders Meet with Assistant Secretary for Health, August 9
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NGTF Urges People with AIDS to Apply for Social Security Benefits, August 10
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NGTF Cites Role in Administration's AIDS Funding Increase, August 19
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Major Civil Rights Leaders Endorse Gay Rights and Apuzzo's Statement, August 26
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National Gay/Lesbian Organizations Announce Voter Registration Drive, September 22
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Crisiline Expansion Press Release (to Straight Press), October
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NGTF Documents Epidemic of Anti-Gay /Lesbian Violence, October 19
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NGTF Challenges Glenn Statements, November 9
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NGTF Seeks Nominations to Board, November 18
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BWMT/DC and Fund for Human Dignity Join Forces to Fight Racism, November 30
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Presidential Candidates Questionnaire Distributed by National Gay/Lesbian Organizations, December 6
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NGTF at Federal Hearings on Police Misconduct, Family Violence, December 12
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New York Leaders Meet with Glenn, December 19
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Edwin Meese, undated
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Originals of 1983 Press Releases
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Index to 1984 Press Releases
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NGTF Seeks Media Director, January 11
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NGTF Calls on Conference of Mayors to Support Protection of Civil Rights, January 26
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Mayor's Conference Supports Gay/Lesbian Civil Rights, January 27
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Budget Request Includes Slight Increase in AIDS Funding, February 1
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Representative Studds to be Honored at Fund Dinner, February 6
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Mondale Responds to '84 and Counting Questionnaire, February 9
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Assemblyman Agnos Donates Public Service Tapes to Fund, February 10
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NGTF Opens Its Crisisline to Lesbian/Gay Youth, March 1
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NGTF Opposes Meese Nomination, March 2
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Hart Responds to '84 and Counting Questionnaire, March 9
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NGTF Responds to California Veto, March 15
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Appeals Court Rules in Favor of NGTF in Oklahoma Case, March 22
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Gay/Lesbian Community Agenda Presented to Democrats, March 27
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Response to Proposals for Closure of the Bathhouses, March 29
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NGTF Urges Higher AIDS Funding, April 11
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Sarton and Blood Sister to Be Honored, April 17
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NGTF Input Alters Fair Campaign Practices Agreement, April 25
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NGTF Urges New Funding for AIDS Developments, April 26
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NGTF Board Commits to Raising $2500, May 15
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Ron Najman Named Media Director of NGTF, May 23
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NGTF Urges Support for Statewide Independent Civilian Review Boards, May 28
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NGTF Files Suit Challenging Department of Defense Discharge Policy, June 5
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NGTF, GLID Promote "Lesbian/Gay Vote '84 Visibility Campaign," June 7
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Democrats Urged to Address Gay/Lesbian Civil Rights, June 12
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U.S. Mayors' Conference Endorses Gay/Lesbian Rights, June 19
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Democratic Platform Committee Approves Gay Rights Plank, June 25
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NGTF Response to Selection of Ferraro as Mondale's Running-mate, July 12
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NGTF Survey Indicates Widespread Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence, July 12
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Apuzzo Discusses Violence/Falwell on CBS Morning News with Bill Kurt, July 14
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Democratic National Convention Press Information, July 16-19
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Fund for Human Dignity Seeks Deputy Director, September 20
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Federal Funding for AIDS: Congress and Administration Considers Increase, August 20; Model Consent Form for AIDS Research Negotiated, September 14
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National Governors' Association Asked to Endorse Gay/Lesbian Civil Rights, September 28
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Congress Increases Federal AIDS Funding, October 12
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Federal Money Available to Local AIDS Services Organizations, October 24
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Laurence Tribe to Represent NGTF Before Supreme Court, October 26
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National Governors Association Considers Civil Rights Agenda, November 20
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NGTF Board Nominations Sought, November 20
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National Gay Task Force Meets with Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Heckler, December 7
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Originals of 1984 Press Releases
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NGTF Resolution re: Board's Fundraising
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Gay/Lesbian, AIDS Groups Respond to Licensing of Blood Test, January 11
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Community Leaders Discuss Blood Test with Public Health Services, January 18
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Apuzzo to Return to Government Service, February 5
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1986 Budget Reduces AIDS Funding, February 9
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Elisa Test: Questions Remain, February 19
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Cuban Refugees Status Clarified by Immigration Service, February 19
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U.S. Civil Rights Commission Responds to NGTF Lobbying on Violence, February 27
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FDA Decision, March 1
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NGTF and Lambda Secure Labeling Assurances, March 5
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Government Sponsored Statement on Victim's Rights Includes Gays and Lesbians, March 15
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NGTF Board of Directors Creates Two New Posts, March 19
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Monitoring use and Preventing Misuse of the HTLV-III Blood Test, March 20
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Gay/Lesbian Victory in NGTF Case Before Supreme Court, March 26
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NGTF Protests Diversion of Funds for Alternate Testing Sites, April 9
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NGTF Completes Survey on Social Security Benefits for Persons with AIDS and ARC, April 12
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NGTF Position Statements on AIDS-Related Issue, April 14
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Apuzzo, Krim and Rorem to be Honored at Fund Dinner, April 23
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NGTF Calls for Major AIDS Preventive Education Effort in Senate Testimony, May 1
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NGTF Urges Withdrawal of Proposal to Make a Positive Antibody Test Reportable, May 13
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Remembering Larry Gurel, c. May 13
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Rosemary Kuropat Named Director of Administration and Finance, July 3
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Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence Surveys Obtain Similar Results, July 19
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Defense Department Threatens Blood Test for All Military Personnel; LAMBDA and NGTF Protest Violation of FDA Labeling, July 23
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AIDS Funding Request Increases by $45.7 Million, July 23
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NGTF and Lambda Support Confidentiality in AIDS-Related Research, July 31
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NGTF Testifies Against HTLV-III Screening by Military, August 13
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NGTF Testifies Before Congressional Hearings on AIDS, September 16
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PHS Releases Occupational Guidelines for Prevention of AIDS, November 20
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Fund Receives Crisisline from AT & T Foundation: First Corporate Support, November 25
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NGTF Statement on the Regulation/Closures of Bathhouses and Related Establishments, December 12
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President Reagan Signs Increased AIDS Appropriations, December 18
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Mandatory Reportability, Contact Tracing, and HTLV-III Antibody Testing, December 19
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Letters Needed to Fight AIDS Quarantine Proposal in Texas, December 20
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Media Advisory: Democratic National Convention and NGTF Involvement, undated
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Mayors, Health Officers Meet to Discuss AIDS, Police/Gay Relations, January 28
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President's Budget Calls for 20% Cut in AIDS Funding, February 10
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NGLTF Board Meets in Phoenix, February 27
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Discussion with Surgeon General on AIDS Report, April 4
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Anti-Gay Violence and Harassment Widespread in 1985, April 11
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NGLTF Board Consolidates Organization in Washington, May 8
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Consensus Statement on HTLV-III Antibody Testing and Related Issues, May 30
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DC AIDS Insurance Bill Defended in Congress, July 25
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Senate Approves Rider to Disapprove DC AIDS Insurance Bill, August 1
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NGLTF to March for Women's Lives; NGLTF Announces Vacancies on Board of Directors; Lesbian and Gay American History Course Announced
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Open Letter of Gratitude to Gays and Lesbians on the Historic Passage of Federal Hate Crimes Law, April 24
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Candidate Slams Black Gays and Lesbians at D.C. Mayoral Forum; Task Force Blasts Prejudiced Remarks, May 1
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National Hate Crime Hotline Disconnects Gays May 15
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Sodomy News from Across the States, May 15
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Task Force Seeks Interns, May 15
  37  
Letter to CBN News, May 18
  37  
Report Shows Anti-Gay Violence in U.S. Pervasive in 1989, June 7
  37  
Transitions at NGLTF, June 24
  37  
NEA Staff Meets with Activists After Gays Charge Agency with Homophobia, July 24
  37  
Bush Signs AIDS Anti-Discrimination Bill; Gays Invited Back to White House for Ceremony, July 26
  37  
House Votes to Suppress Feminist Art Work, August 1
  37  
Congress Passes AIDS Homeless Bill; President Urged to Sign Law with Provisions for PWA's, August 2
  37  
Task Force Represented at International Gay Conference, August 2
  37  
New Staff Positions Announced by NGLTF, August 30
  37  
NGLTF Seeks Applicants for Board of Directors, August 30
  37  
Task Force Opposes Souter Confirmation to Supreme Court; Will Testify at Senate Confirmation Hearings, September 13
  37  
Gays Lose One Battle in Florida, September 13
  37  
Movement Leaders to Share Experience at NGLTF Conference, September 13
  37  
Gays and Lesbians Dance at Disneyland, September 21
  37  
NGLTF Announces 43 Workshops at Creating Change Conference, October 2
  37  
NGLTF Backs Marlboro and Miller Boycott; Rejects Philip Morris Money, October 4
  37  
NGLTF Receives $15,000 GMHC Award to Help Fund AIDS Lobbyist Position, October 4
  37  
People of Color and Fundraising Institutes to Feature Leading Activists at NGLTF Creating Change Conference, October 4
  37  
House Reauthorizes NEA, Rejects Censorship Amendment; but Senate Committee Reinstates Restrictions, October 17
  37  
Senate Approves NEA Bill After Striking Content Restrictions, October 25
  37  
Congress Reforms U.S. Immigration Policy; Restrictions Against Gay People with AIDS Eased, October 30
  37  
NGLTF Expands Staff; Names New Lesbian and Gay Health Lobbyist and Program Support Staff, November 1
  37  
Creating Change Conference Hosts 700 Activists, November 15
  37  
NGLTF Blasts Hypocrisy and Homophobia at Essence Magazine, November 27
  37  
Task Force Opposes Persian Gulf War, January 30
  37  
National Campaign to Document and Counteract Violence to be Launched by NGLTF, January 31
  37  
NGLTF Receives Major Grant for Anti-Violence Work, February 7
  37  
NGLTF Reorganizes to Enhance Education, Political Programs; Tax-Exempt Policy Institute Announced, February 7
  37  
Government Study on AZT and People of Color Questioned by NGLTF, February 14
  37  
Fourth Annual Creating Change Conference to be Announced; Largest Gay and Lesbian Political Gathering to be Held in November, February 14
  37  
NGLTF Policy Institute Names Tim Drake New Privacy/Civil Rights Project Director, February 15
  37  
Defamed Gay Man Wins Settlement; Contributes $1,000 to NGLTF, February 21
  37  
Statement to Media on the NGLTFPI Report Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence, Victimization and Defamation in 1990, March 6
  37  
"Let Sharon Kowalski Come Home" Hotline Established; Activists Urged to Attend Minneapolis Pride Event, May 20
  37  
Gays and Lesbian Make History at FBI; NGLTF Invited to Hate Crimes Media Events, May 20
  37  
Gays, Lesbians Win Protection in Tampa, May 29
  37  
Statement on U.S. Immigration Policy and HIV, May 30
  37  
On the 10th Anniversary of AIDS: Opinion of the NGLTF, June 1
  37  
Urgent Call for Action on Immigration Policy, June 4
  37  
AIDS in the Black Community; African-American Politicians Challenged to Provide Leadership
  37  
Regional Protest Planned Against Anti-Gay Policy of Cracker Barrel Restaurants, July 25
  37  
Task Force Conducts Discrimination Survey, July 25
  37  
Task Force Joins Breast Cancer Coalition to Advocate on Behalf of Lesbian Health Care, July 26
  37  
Scores of Activists Descend on the South to Protest Restaurant's Anti-Gay Policy, August 22
  37  
Task Force Assists FBI with Regional Hate Crimes Training Seminars for Law Enforcement Officers, August 22
  37  
NGLTF Releases Fortune 1000 Survey, October 15
  37  
Rap Group Leadership Sought; Unpaid Internship; Apuzzo in San Francisco; Open Letter to Supreme Court Justice Lewis Powell
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