Durham LGBTQ+ Community Collection
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This digital collection consists of materials related to the activism of the LGBTQ community of Durham and the Triangle area. In particular, the collection covers the following events: the April 12, 1981, Little River beatings and aftermath; the 1986-1988 Gay Pride marches; the 1986 push to recall Mayor Wilbur "Wib" Gulley for proclaiming a week dedicated to anti-discrimination and the LGBTQ community's campaign against the recall; the 1993 March on Washington; and the 2012 protests against Amendment One, which proposed to make same-sex marriage unconstitutional in North Carolina.
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