Interracial & Same-Sex Marriage Equality Photo History

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By Alex Temblador History seems to have a way of repeating itself. Almost half a century ago, interracial marriage was legalized. Recently, the fight for same-sex marriage ended with a SCOTUS victory decision. It took two movements separated by almost fifty years for the United States to welcome in a true era of marriage equality. A quick […]

New York Chosen As National LGBT Museum Site

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The Board of Directors of the National LGBT Museum has voted to base the museum in New York City. Longtime LGBT activist Kevin Jennings has been elected as co-chair. Founded in 2008 by Board Co-Chair Tim Gold, the National LGBT Museum engaged in an extensive visioning process (details of which can be found at nationallgbtmuseum.org), examined […]

Twenty Years

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By: Tanya Ward Goodman On the day the riots broke out in Los Angeles, I was eating lunch at a Thai restaurant on Larchmont Boulevard just down the street from the television production company where I worked. We didn’t usually all eat together. Mindful of my tiny paycheck, I usually scrounged left over bagels in […]