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Cogswell said ...
11:20, 9 November 2009 (PST)
do volunteer
Rickey1253 said ...
20:05, 16 March 2010 (EST)
Upstairs Lounge Fire in New Orleans June 24, 1973
KMonteiro said ...
14:27, 15 June 2010 (EST)
I just want to give you a quick heads up on work I'm doing on Rhode ISland LGBT history. The blog is at -- it's an early work in progress, but it's coming along.
jelliswgst said ...
11:39, 18 October 2010 (EST)
looking for reviewers

In Atlanta's Out History. 1983 April 28 - May 1 Virginia Apuzzo, head of the National Gay Task Force, and author Rita Mae Brown address the Southeast Conference for Lesbians and Gays, held again this year in Atlanta. Author Armistead Maupin also addressed the Conference. The Conference was Co-Chaired by Ron Wudarsky,Allida Black and Caitlin Conner Ryan.

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