|Other titles||New York times.|
|Statement||editor, Vincent J. Samar ; introduction by Andrew Sullivan.|
|Series||The New York times twentieth century in review, New York times 20th century in review.|
|Contributions||Samar, Vincent Joseph, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||HQ76.8.U5 G383 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 590 p. :|
|Number of Pages||590|
|LC Control Number||2002319045|
From the birth of the modern gay rights movement in , at the Stonewall riots in New York, through , when the gay rights movement was eclipsed by the more urgent demands of AIDS activists, this is the remarkable and until now untold story of how a largely invisible population of men and women banded together to create their place in Cited by: As gay pride month kicks into gear, culminating in ebullient parades across the country, here are three books that take a look at the history of the gay rights movement. Gay rights movement, also called homosexual rights movement or gay liberation movement, civil rights movement that advocates equal rights for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals; seeks to eliminate sodomy laws barring homosexual acts between consenting adults; and calls for an end to discrimination against gay men and lesbians in employment, credit lending, housing, public. How the Gay-Rights Movement Won. Linda Hirshman's new book tries to uncover how the LGBT movement accomplished so much in such a short span of time. by E.J. Graff. June 7, PM. RSS. Print. Victory: The.
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AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) is an international, grassroots political group working to end the AIDS group works to improve the lives of people with AIDS through direct action, medical research, treatment and advocacy, and working to change legislation and public policies.. ACT UP was formed in March at the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center in New York people: Larry Kramer. Local and national gay civil rights groups also grew in size and number, as the community sought to increase funding for research and education and to win protection against discrimination. A personal and social tragedy of immense proportions, AIDS paradoxically strengthened the . New book celebrates 50 years since the riots that galvanized the modern Gay Rights Movement with stunning images of New York City's LGBT . Get this from a library! The gay rights movement. [Jennifer Smith;] -- The gay rights movement is a source of power and pride, challenging the lack of political activism and internal dissension as well as amassing both social and legal victories. This anthology explores.