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A group of Caucasian adults posing with plaque and in front of a banner, "A US West Employee Resource Group for Gays and Lesbians; EAGLE". Left to right: Unidentified, Sharon McCartney, Roger Labbs, Bev, Rick, Sandy Waldren, Terry Sweeney, Pat…

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An image of March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation brochure, "Regional Conference Eagle (Employee Association for Gays and Lesbians) 1993" next to clear plastic bag of colorful strips.

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Photograph of a pride flag made by Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen. The flag was carried in several Pride parades including the 1993 March on Washington and was on display at many Pride events.

Description provided by donor Terry Sweeney: "Living…

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Photograph of an award given to New Voice of Nebraska by A.N.G.L.E., Inc. The plaque is rectangular in shape and made of wood with a black face framed in gold with gold type. Minor scratches on front. Produced by Center Trophy in Omaha, NE.

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Photograph of an award given to Pat Phalen in 1993 by A.N.G.L.E., Inc. The award is rectangular wood with a black plaque framed in gold with gold type. Item was produced by Center Trophy in Omaha, NE.

Award reads, "A.N.G.L.E, Inc. Presents…

Three multi-colored beach balls used in an activity for students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Each stripe on each ball contains a different question for participants in the activity to answer. The questions on each ball have been…

This videotape is from circa 1986 with footage of Christmas gift opening with Terry Sweeney’s family (at Delories’ home), at Sam’s (believed to be Sam Mandina), the River City Mixed Chorus performing at Union Pacific headquarters and the River City…

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Two email messages. The first is organizing a committee meeting among University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) faculty and staff to discuss LGBTQIA+ issues and topics that relate to the university such as partner benefits, diversity, and discrimination.…

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Photograph of an award given to Pat Phalen by the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON) for community service. The plaque is in the shape of Nebraska and made of wood with a silver face and black type.

Award Reads, "Imperial Court of Nebraska…

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Photograph of an award given to Terry Sweeney by the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON) for community service. The plaque is in the shape of Nebraska made of wood with a silver face and black type.

Award Reads: "Imperial Court of Nebraska…

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Photograph of a framed calligraphy ad commissioned by Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen. Created for the ICON coronation VI program. Calligraphy by Jonathan Schneider. Item has a white base with black calligraphy, a pink matte, and a gold frame. There is…

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Photographs of ephemera from the collection of Dino Andrade including buttons, pins, awards, and a token related to Heartland Pride and the Heartland Gay Rodeo Association. Descriptions of each piece of ephemera follows. A wooden token reads…

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Photograph of an award given to Terry Sweeney by EAGLE (Employee Association for Gays & Lesbians). The plaque is rectangular in shape with a wood back, silver frame, and pink face with white type. Item has various scratches on front side and was…

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Photograph of an award given to Pat Phalen by EAGLE (Employee Association for Gays & Lesbians). The plaque is rectangular in shape with a wooden back, silver frame, and a pink face with white type. Produced by Regal Award in Omaha, NE.

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Photograph of an award given to Terry Sweeney by EAGLE (Employee Association for Gays & Lesbians). The plaque is rectangular in shape and made of wood with a pink face and white type. Item has some scratches on front side.

Award reads, "EAGLE -…

Employee Association For Gays and Lesbians award given to Terry Sweeney and Pat Phalen. (The New Voice of Nebraska, Vol. June 1995, Page 25: http://queeromahaarchives.omeka.net/items/show/1689) The award is a bronzed eagle mounted upon a wood…

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Flyer describing and announcing auditions for the Elite Dance Troupe from January of 1996.

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Photograph of a plaque presented to Pat Phalen in 1997 by the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON). The award is rectangular red and gold with a black face with gold type. There are minor scratches on front side. Item was produced by Center Trophy.…

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Photograph of Fantasy award given to Pat Phalen and Terry Sweeney. The plaque is in the shape of the state of Nebraska and is made of wood with a black face and gold type. Some scratches on reverse side.

Award reads, "Fantasy Award - Pat & Terry…

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Photograph of award given to Patrick Phalen and Terry Sweeney by Metropolitan Community Church of Omaha, Nebraska. The award is a clear plastic top with a black base.

Award reads, "Founder's 500 - Vision Architects for Metropolitan Community…

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Two images of the front door of Front Door of Metropolitan Community Church of Omaha. One of the images is with rainbow balloons.

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Newsletter of the Omaha Gay Freedom League, GAY FREEDOM, August 19, 1972

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Unidentified Caucasian man with full beard and mustache dressed as one of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence wearing nun's costume, white gloves with black polka dots, a necklace with a convex mirror attached, and red, white, and blue face paint at…

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Tom Peterson (a Caucasian man on left) with friend (Latino person on right), both smiling.

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Five unidentified people of Caucasian and unknown ethnicity standing in a cheerleading formation, all wearing white t-shirts with black pants and white tennis shoes while holding a large white pom-pom in each hand.

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An unidentified person selling pins while wearing head-to-toe black and white striped costume. The clothing includes a large head-dress or hat, double-tiered Bertha collar, long fitted sleeves, fitted bodice and full gathered peplum, multiple…

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Two unidentified Caucasian people selling pins while wearing costumes of black, white, black & white stripes, and full face makeup; person on left wearing a black hat with black lace veil and person on right wearing a white hat with white, all-over…

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Two unidentified people wearing black tank tops with silver studded black leather bracelets or cuffs embracing each other in a hug.

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Unidentified people standing at center of a stadium with some people standing shoulder-to-shoulder in two rows approximately three yards apart, backs facing the center, all leading toward a stage at the stadium's end.

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Unidentified people observing from stadium seats and sidelines, marching and participating (presumably event staff and/or volunteers) in Parade of Nations at the Gay Games II opening ceremony.

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Unidentified people dressed in all red, yellow, green, blue, or purple costumes and carrying corresponding colored flags on the stadium field as part of a choreographed procession during the Gay Games II opening ceremony.

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Complete formation of unidentified people dressed in red, yellow, green, blue, or purple costumes and carrying corresponding colored flags on the stadium field as part of a choreographed procession during the Gay Games II opening ceremony.

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Unidentified people observing marchers and participants (presumably event staff and/or volunteers) in Parade of Nations and States at Gay Games II from stadium seats and sidelines.

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Parade of States procession during the Gay Games II opening ceremony with focus on Los Angeles, California, in the foreground.

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Parade of States with California's procession in the foreground and Assembly of State(s) in a group on the field during the Gay Games II opening ceremony.

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Lighting the flame in the Gay Games cauldron during the Gay Games II opening ceremony. The cauldron was formed by a purple isosceles triangle, point facing down and flanked by red half cloud shapes (possibly the top half of a heart shape, if the…

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An unidentified person lighting the Gay Games flame in the Gay Games cauldron during the Gay Games II opening ceremony. The cauldron was formed by a purple isosceles triangle, point facing down and flanked by red half cloud shapes (possibly the top…

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An unidentified person lighting the Gay Games flame in the Gay Games cauldron. The cauldron was formed by a purple isosceles triangle, point facing down and flanked by red half cloud shapes (possibly the top half of a heart shape, if the triangle is…

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Overhead display at Gay Games II Opening Ceremony reads "Welcome Gay Games II Triumph In 86" message banner towed by small airplane.

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Smoke Display of Pride Colors at Opening Ceremony of Gay Games II.

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Smoke Display of Pride Colors at Opening Ceremony of Gay Games II.

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Parade of Nations procession walking past unidentified colorful costumed people standing in a double row approximately two people apart during the Gay Games II opening ceremony.

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Pat Phalen in Nebraska hat at Gay Games II in San Francisco, California.

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Pat Phalen holding Gay Games II miniature Flag (white with red text, "Triumph in '86" and "Gay Games II" plus Games' logo in red).

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Mile High Freedom Bands marching in white fedora hats with black ribbon or hat band at Gay Games II.

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Unidentified Caucasian people playing instruments in a marching band walking with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at Gay Games II. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are all unidentified people of unknown ethnicity wearing black & white female…

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Finish of the men's 200 meter race at Gay Games II.

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Men's 200 meter race (mid-race) at Gay Games II.

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Men's 200 meter race (mid-race) at Gay Games II.

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Men's 200 meter race (mid-race) at Gay Games II.

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An unidentified Caucasian person standing in line holding a javelin at Gay Games II.

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Sitting on grass and waiting, discus from team Portland, Oregon.

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An Asian American person sitting in stands at Gay Games II.

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An unidentified person of unknown ethnicity wearing red shorts, winding up in preparation to throw discus at Gay Games II.

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An unidentified Caucasian person wearing pink shirt, winding up in preparation to throw discus at Gay Games II.

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View from behind of unidentified Caucasian and probable Latino American people performing in "Celebration '90 Festival Chorus" while wearing long-sleeved t-shirts with text, "Celebration '90 Festival Chorus" and logo consisting of Earth (globe),…

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Eight unidentified people of unknown ethnicity carrying the official Gay Games flag during the official entry at Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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A large crowd of unidentified people of unknown ethnicity with large banners reading "POLAND" and "JAPAN" visible at the opening ceremony for Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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An unidentified person of unknown ethnicity paddling an orange kayak at Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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View of Granville Island Bridge, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from water's edge on a cloudy day.

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Wide angle shot of "Celebration '90 Festival Chorus" group, pre-performance taken from the audience view at the front at Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Tight shot of "Celebration '90 Festival Chorus" group, pre-performance taken from the audience view at center front at Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Wide angle shot of "Celebration '90 Festival Chorus" performance viewed from the audience at Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Two unidentified Caucasian people hugging at Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Chuck (A Caucasian man wearing tank top and shorts) with an unidentified Caucasian person at medal ceremony at Gay Games III in Va.ncouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Chuck (Caucasian man) wearing tank top and shorts at Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Fish shop at Granville Island Public Market in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Fresh fruit and vegetables for sale at Granville Island Public Market in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Parade of Athletes at Gay Games III in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Click here to access the video, Gay/Lesbian Awareness Week. Run Time, 0:35:19.

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Photograph of a plaque given to Pat Phalen in 1989. The award is wooden with black front and silver type. The plaque was produced by Regal Awards in Omaha, Nebraska.

The text on the plaque reads, "We Succeed Through People - Presented to Patrick…

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Photograph of a chandelier that formerly hung in Omaha's Stars Bar. Description provided by owner Terry Sweeney: "The Gold Crown Chandelier hung proudly in a piano bar that was part of the Stars Restaurant/bar. Located in Omaha, Nebraska's Old…

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Terry Sweeney with pull-a-long entered with Dick Brown in the Missouri River Raft Regatta, a race between South Sioux City, Nebraska and Omaha, Nebraska. A triangle was added with entry #56 and called "Gay Buoyz".

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The page 54 of the publication, by Heartland Gay Rodeo Association (H.G.R.A), introducing the H.G.R.A. community.

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A horse draped in a blanket of flowers being led at a rodeo as part of a procession or performance. The person is carrying their cowboy hat over their heart.

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Photograph of an award from the Imperial Court of Nebraska (ICON). Award is wood with silver face and black type.

Award reads, "Thank you for your service & dedication to the Gay/Lesbian Community. Emperor IX - Joe Reed, Empress IX - Felice…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Alanna FaisonMs. Alanna Faison, science fiction writer and LGBTQ+ advocate, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on April 2, 2018, in Omaha, Nebraska. Faison shared information about…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Barbara DiBernardDr. Barbara DiBernard, retired UNL English and Women's and Gender Studies Professor and LGBTQ+ activist, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on December 1, 2017 in…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Borin ChepMr. Borin Chep, LGBTQ+ advocate and UNO graduate student,, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on March 22, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska. Chep shared information about growing up as a…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Cami Cavanaugh-RawlingsMs. Cami Cavanaugh-Rawlings, Omaha radio personality, musician and LGBTQ+ advocate, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on September 14, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska.…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Cei LoofeCei Loofe, LGBTQ+ advocate and poet, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on January 19, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska. Loofe shared information about growing up throughout small towns…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Destiny SturdivantMs. Destiny Sturdivant, Omaha comedian and LGBTQ+ advocate, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on September 20, 2018 in Papillion-La Vista, Nebraska. Sturdivant shared…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Dominique MorganMr. Dominique Morgan, Omaha community activist and musician, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on April 10, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska. Morgan shared information about…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Ferial PearsonDr. Ferial Pearson, Omaha educator and activist, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on April 11th, 2018, in Ralston, Nebraska. Pearson shared information about her…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Gary EmenitoveMr. Gary Emenitove, retired broadcaster and performer with the River City Mixed Chorus, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on February 20, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska. Emenitove…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with George WolfDr. George Wolf, retired UNL Associate English Professor and LGBTQ+ activist, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on December 1, 2017 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Wolf shared…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Harry Di LiseHarry Di Lise, retired social worker and founding member of Nebraska AIDS Project, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on November 28, 2017 in Omaha, Nebraska. Di Lise shared…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with James PenningtonJames Pennington, Omaha psychotherapist, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on October 20, 2017 in Omaha, Nebraska. Pennington shared information about their sheltered,…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Kristi CarterDr. Kristi Carter, poet, author, LGBTQ+ advocate and lecturer of English and Women's and Gender Studies at UNL, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on December 15, 2017 in…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Marcy BielerMarcy Bieler, LGBTQ+ advocate, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on December 13, 2017 in Omaha, Nebraska. Bieler shared information about growing up in Kansas, knowing she…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Scott JonesRev. Dr. E. Scott Jones, LGBTQ+ activist and minister, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on February 9, 2018, in Omaha, Nebraska. Jones shared information about his childhood…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Shari BaumerMs. Shari Baumer, Omaha LGBTQ+ advocate, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on March 29th, 2018, in Omaha, Nebraska. Baumer shared information about her upbringing in Grand…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+ Voices: Interview with Tammy StoryMs.Tammy Story, LGBTQ+ advocate and veteran, was interviewed by Luke Wegener on March 1, 2018, in Omaha, Nebraska. Story shared information about growing up in Arkansas,…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+: Interview with Dr. Shelton HendricksDr. Shelton Hendricks, former UNO Professor of Psychology and researcher, was interviewed by Amy Schindler and Dr. Jay Irwin on August 20, 2016 in Omaha, Nebraska.…

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Click here to access the interview, LGBTQ+: Interview with Meredith BaconDr. Meredith Bacon, retired UNO Professor of Political Science and LGBTQ+ activist, was interviewed by Dr. Jay Irwin on September 21, 2016, in Omaha, Nebraska. Bacon shared…

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Vantage of stage from audience, an unidentified African American person speaking at podium under large, prominent banner "National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights" with large group of unidentified African American people plus…

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An unidentified probable Caucasian person in military dress uniform (dark blue) standing in parade route and holding handmade sign high above their head, "Heterosexuals are a PROVEN security risk" in Washington D.C. October 11, 1987 at the Second…

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Unidentified probable Caucasian person in military dress uniform (dark blue) walking in parade route and holding handmade sign high above their head, "Secure our Soviet Embassy...Send in the Gay Marines" in Washington D.C. October 11, 1987 at the…

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A large unidentified group of people walking and standing near a sign stuck into the ground, "Gay Mayors" in Washington D.C. October 11, 1987 at the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.

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Image of the Washington Monument at night in Washington D.C. October 11, 1987 at the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.
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