Success of the Gay Rights Movement (1960-89

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  • Created on: 10-04-19 09:42
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  • Success of Gay Rights Movement
    • Political
      • Kozachenko appointment in Michigan 1974
      • Harvey Milk Board of Supervisors (1977)
      • Milk campaign against proposition 6
        • disallowed homosexuals from being teachers
      • March on Washington 1979
      • Democratic Party Endorses them 1980
    • Social
      • 1966 Commission on Human Rights says they must be served
      • Stonewall 1968 and beginning of Gay Pride
      • 1973 removal of homosexuality from APA mental illnesses
      • May 1979 riots following White's sentence. 10,000 people
    • Socio-economic
      • 1977 Milk's appointment leads to gays not being dismissed from their job due to sexual orientation
        • Opposition from Bryant in Florida
      • Milk campaign against proposition 6
        • disallowed homosexuals from being teachers

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