Social Reform and Advocacy

Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities ''Highlights of the Year'' Draft - March 9, 1977
March 9, 1977

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...

Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities Memo - March 9, 1977
March 9, 1977

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...

Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities Meeting Minutes - March 28, 1977
March 28, 1977

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...

Gay Era (Lancaster, PA) - April 1977
April 1977

The Gay Era was a newspaper that reported news of interest from around the United States, with a specific focus on the news surrounding the gay community in Central PA, and provided a central forum for gay communities that were spread out across...

PA Rural Gay Caucus Minutes - April 1977
April 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus was “an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities.”

In these minutes general information...

PA Rural Gay Caucus Report - April 1977
April 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus was “an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities.” The report was used as a type of newsletter...

PA Rural Gay Caucus Letter - April 2, 1977
April 2, 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus was “an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities.”

In this letter, the Caucus is writing...

Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities Memo - April 18, 1977
April 18, 1977

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...

Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities Bulletin - April 19, 1977
April 19, 1977

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...

Gay Era (Lancaster, PA) - May 1977
May 1977

The Gay Era was a newspaper that reported news of interest from around the United States, with a specific focus on the news surrounding the gay community in Central PA, and provided a central forum for gay communities that were spread out across...

Keystone (Dignity/Central PA) - May/June 1977
May/June 1977

The Keystone newsletter was an educational and communication feature of Dignity/Central PA Inc. Noteworthy articles in this issue:

  • "To Ms. Bryant" (p. 1)
  • "Notes from the President" (p. 2)
  • "Notes from Paul" (p. 5)...
Northeast Pennsylvania Gay Alliance (NEPGA) Newsletter - May 1977
May 1977

Founded in the early 1970’s, Northeast Pennsylvania Gay Alliance (NEPGA) was a major LGBTQ+ group in northeast Pennsylvania. The newsletter was used to relay monthly meeting minutes and upcoming events.

PA Rural Gay Caucus Minutes - May 1977
May 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus was “an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities.”

In these minutes general information...

PA Rural Gay Caucus Report - May 1977
May 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus was "an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities." The newsletter was used as...

Governor's Council for Sexual Minorities Meeting Minutes - May 4, 1977
May 4, 1977

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...

Human Rights Day Announcement and Flyer - May 24, 1977
May 24, 1977

Announcement letter and informational flyer for Human Rights Day, held May 24, 1977 at Harrisburg, PA.

Anita Bryant Boycott Flyer - June 1977
June 1977

Flyer created by the Gay Coordinating Society of Berks County, Reading (GCS Berks) giving information to protest Anita Bryant by writing to the Florida Citrus Commission saying that LGBT community will not buy Florida Oragne Juice if they keeps...

Here's How (Williamsport, PA) - June 1977
June 1977

Homophiles of Williamsport (HOW) was founded in 1975 to be an educational outreach and social group for members of the LGBTQ+ community in the Williamsport, PA area, through monthly meetings, social events, and discussion...

PA Rural Gay Caucus Report - June 1977
June 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus was “an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities.” The report was used as a type of newsletter...

PA Rural Gay Caucus Minutes - June 4, 1977
June 4, 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus was “an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities.” The report was used as a type of newsletter...

Gay Era (Lancaster, PA) - July 1977
July 1977

The Gay Era was a newspaper that reported news of interest from around the United States, with a specific focus on the news surrounding the gay community in Central PA, and provided a central forum for gay communities that were spread out across...

Here's How (Williamsport, PA) - July 1977
July 1977

Homophiles of Williamsport (HOW) was founded in 1975 to be an educational outreach and social group for members of the LGBTQ+ community in the Williamsport, PA area, through monthly meetings, social events, and discussion...

Keystone (Dignity/Central PA) - July/August 1977
July 1977

The Keystone newsletter was an educational and communication feature of Dignity/Central PA Inc. Noteworthy articles in this issue:

  • "From Your President: Happy 2nd Anniversary" (p. 1)
  • "Telephone Tree" (p. 2)
  • "Notes...
Northeast Pennsylvania Gay Alliance (NEPGA) Newsletter - July 1977
July 1977

Founded in the early 1970’s, Northeast Pennsylvania Gay Alliance (NEPGA) was a major LGBTQ+ group in northeast Pennsylvania. The newsletter was used to relay monthly meeting minutes and upcoming events.

PA Rural Gay Caucus Report - July 1977
July 1977

The Pennsylvania Rural Gay Caucus is an association of interested individuals and groups, formed with the objective of promulgating the concerns and freedoms of gay people and all sexual minorities. The newsletter was used as outreach to the...

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