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|For the second year running, GLAPN and Q Center have collected nominations for individuals and groups who by hard work, risk, dedication and example have impressed their communities as heroes. We'll be announcing our selections one per day through the month of June, 2013, as part of our celebration of PRIDE.|
|For PRIDE 2012, GLAPN and Q Center decided to publicize a Queer Hero every day through the month of June. We opened nominations statewide through our Facebook pages and our websites, and went through the difficult process of choosing only 30 individuals and groups for our PRIDE project. New heroes were added daily through June, 2012.|
|History is being made every day as LGBTQ people begin to claim civil rights for ourselves, and as our culture's understanding of queerness grows and changes. GLAPN tries to capture it now, so we won't need to track it down later! Click on the icon at left to see what's new.|
|George T. Nicola lobbied the State legislature on LGBTQ rights issues through the 1970s, and he shares his recollections of the issues and the people who worked for for Gay Rights during that decade. The icon at left links to his articles.|
|Written history in the Oregon Country shows us that our ancestors and predecessors founds ways to be gay. Click on the icon to see what we're talking about.|
|This wonderful document was a collaboration between GLAPN's Tom Cook and George Painter in 1999. Nobody has ever produced a richer look at Portland's pre-Stonewall queer environment. Many of the sites on the tour are now gone – but the stories live on! Click on the icon to see the text of the 1999 Portland Gay History Walking Tour.|
|Homosexuality: PTC Answers 15 Most-Asked Questions (ca 1977)
The Portland Town Council (PTC) was a gay-rights organization based in Portland, Oregon. The following text is from a pamphlet, which PTC published in the late 1970’s (probably 1977) as part of its public education and awareness program, called Project Aware. The program was “charged with providing accurate information on homosexuality and gay people to the non-gay community.”
Deaths of interest to the LGBTQ community in the Pacific Northwest. Click on the icon to view the list.
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