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[Dallas Gay Political Caucus T-Shirt]

Description: Close-up view of a logo that is over the left breast on a navy blue T-shirt. The logo is in white text and has four interlocked male and female gender symbols inside a square and initials DGPC (Dallas Gay Political Caucus) above it. The Dallas Gay Political Caucus eventually became the Dallas Gay Alliance.
Date: [1976..1983]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

United for Equal Rights

Description: Brochure for the Dallas Gay Political Caucus discussing the organization's goals, leading office positions for the Caucus, and information about human rights abuses that affect the gay community. There is also a slip included to apply for membership or to make a charitable contribution.
Date: 1977~
Creator: Dallas Gay Political Caucus
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Dallas Gay Political Caucus Flyer]

Description: Flyer for a roller skating party hosted by the Dallas Gay Political Caucus on May 18th, 1977 to support the Miami Gay Community after public remarks by Anita Bryant, who was known at the time for her anti-gay statements.
Date: 1977-04~
Creator: Dallas Gay Political Caucus
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Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Gay Pride Week Rally Flyer]

Description: Flyer announcing a Gay Pride Week rally in Dallas on Saturday, June 26th, 1976. Speakers form the Dallas Gay Political Caucus and the American Civil Liberties Union were present along with Mary Jo Risher.
Date: 1976
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Questions & Answers About Homosexuality

Description: Brochure published by the Dallas Gay Political Caucus to inform the public about common issues and questions concerning homosexuals and homosexuality, such as the causes and motivations of homosexuals.
Date: [1976..1980]
Creator: Dallas Gay Political Caucus
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Oral History Interview with Louise Young and Vivienne Armstrong, February 24, 2010

Description: Interview with Louise Young and Vivienne Armstrong, longtime activists in the Dallas lesbian community. The interview includes Armstrong's personal experiences of childhood in Knoxville, Tennessee, New Jersey, and California, as well as her decision to study nursing and settle in Denver, Colorado, and her coming out narrative. The interview also includes Young's personal experiences of childhood in Ada, Oklahoma, her education at East Central State University and the University of Colorado, and her coming out narrative. They talk about their meeting and early relationship, give descriptions of Denver's gay and lesbian communities, their involvement with various groups such as the Daughters of Bilitis and Gay Liberation Front, their decision to move to Dallas, their involvement with groups such as the National Organization for Women and Dallas Gay Political Caucus/Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance in various political campaigns, and Young's career at Texas Instruments and Raytheon and efforts to create more equitable human resources policies from within the corporations. Additionally, Armstrong and Young talk about the effects of the HIV-AIDS crisis on Dallas's gay and lesbian communities, their 2008 marriage, relationships with family members, and secrets to a long relationship.
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Date: February 24, 2010
Creator: Wisely, Karen; Young, Louise & Armstrong, Vivienne
Partner: UNT Oral History Program

[Press Release: Gays protest media discrimination]

Description: A press release from the Dallas Gay Political Caucus (DGPC) reporting on two criminals who are self-proclaimed homosexuals do not represent homosexual groups as a whole. They argued that Fort Worth Star-Telegram mentioned the criminals' sexual orientation as a way of prejudice against homosexuals. The second document is also from the DGPC stating against the Dallas Motion Picture Review Board for having a "p" classification to rate homosexuality as a perverse rating.
Date: July 5, 1977
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections