Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities ''Past Progress, Future Plans'' Draft - April 23, 1980

Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities ''Past Progress, Future Plans'' Draft - April 23, 1980
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13
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April 23, 1980

The Pennsylvania Governor’s Council for Sexual Minorites was an officially appointed advisory committee created by Governor Milton J. Shapp in 1976. Governor Shapp, by executive order, declared that all executive branch offices and services were to end discriminatory practices and policies against all LGBTQ+ employees, clients, and program of state services. The proposed council was his instrument guaranteeing the implementation of his decree throughout the Executive Branch of state government.

Draft report of ''Past Progess, Future Plans" for Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities subcommittes: Aging, Corrections, Drug and Alcohol, Education, Employment, Health, Insurance, Justice, Licensing, Public Welfare, Speaker's Bureau, State Police, and Third World Concerns; and general accomplishments of the council as a whole. 

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Origin: 
Gift of Joseph W. Burns
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Location: 
LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns Collection
Repository: 
Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections