Category Archives: History

GLBT History Museum Links Bay Area African American Lives Past and Present

A new multimedia exhibit opening February 20 at The GLBT History Museum showcases the dynamic and diverse history of Bay Area African American gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender lives from the 1970s through today. “Legendary: African American GLBT Past Meets … Continue reading

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SF Pride Supports Harvey Milk SFO

Photo by Gary Fong At the February 12 General Planning Meeting, the San Francisco Pride Board of Directors and membership unanimously voted to support Supervisor David Campos’ campaign to re-name San Francisco International Airport in honor of the slain LGBT … Continue reading

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San Francisco Pride Board of Directors Appoints New CEO

The board of directors of San Francisco Pride is pleased to announce the appointment of Earl Plante as its new Chief Executive Officer.  Mr. Plante is recognized as a long time advocate and executive leader of major non-profit organizations that … Continue reading

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Bayard Rustin: A Gay Civil Rights Leader

Bayard Rustin was an African-American gay man who served as a trusted advisor of and strategist to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Rustin played a central role in the civil rights movement and helped organized the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. … Continue reading

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San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parades 1970-1980

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