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Black Shirt. 1993 March on Washington. Purple triangle image of capitol The 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation United States Capitol April 25 Duplicate copy located in Gerber/Hart Library and Archives
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White t-shirt.
1857: No Rights for Blacks.
1873: No Rights for Women.
1944: No Rights for the Japanese.
1986: No Rights for Lesbians & Gays.
Great Moments in Supreme Court History
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White shirt.
American flag which turns into a rainbow flag with Capitol in front of it. Text: "Let Freedom Ring, March on Washington, April 25, 1993, Gertrude Stein Democratic Club, Washington DC"
1929 18th Street NW, PMB 2000, Washington DC 20009
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Blue shirt.
Two Mars signs and two Venus signs with two pink triangles and a pink Liberty Bell, with text, "Committee to Preserve Our Sexual and Civil Liberties."

249 Capp Street,
San Francisco Ca 94110
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Off-White Shirt. Yellow "No on Knight" www.noonknight.com It's divisive. It's intrusive. It's unfair. law enacted by California voters in March 2000 to restrict marriage to opposite-sex couples. In May 2008, it was struck down by the California Supreme Court as contrary to the state constitution. Duplicate copy found in the Tretter Collection
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White shirt.
"Minneapolis March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights, October 11, 1987" with large pink triangle.
Back: "No Turning Back" in red text. (Not pictured)
Created in limited numbers by Colin Legg of Minneapolis.
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White long sleeved shirt.
"The March, the Rally, the Festival / Millennium March on Washington" with purple and rainbow capitol.
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White shirt. Blue United States with orange banner below. Text, "NGTF, the Second Decade" Duplicate copy found in Tretter Collection
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Yellow/gold shirt.
"Vote Nov 7, No on 107, www.noProp107.com."
Back: "Why take away : Domestic benefits, Healthcare, Legal protection. No on 107."

Arizona Proposition 107 was a proposed same-sex marriage ban, put before voters by ballot initiative in the 2006 General Election. If passed, it would have prohibited the state of Arizona from recognizing same-sex marriages or civil unions. Though defeated, Arizonans passed a constitutional amendment 2 years later.
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Red shirt.
Text, "No 8" with no smoking circle. From the 'No on 8' campaign in Oregon, 1988.

Measure 8, an initiative that repealed Governor Neil Goldschmidt's executive order banning discrimination based on sexual orientation in the executive branch of state government. he measure was approved by the voters, 52.7 percent to 47.3 percent.
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White shirt.
Blue United States with orange banner below. Text, "NGTF, the Second Decade"
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Black shirt. Purple rendition of the Capitol and the text, "Millennium March on Washington, April 30, 2000."

Attached note says: "Shirt purchased from street vendor at Millennium March on Washington. It's a "knock off" rather than an official MMOW item."
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White shirt.
"Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund". 25 in purple circle.
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White shirt.
"Hey Mr. Governor, no hate in our state. GLBT equality NOW!" Outfront Minnesota
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White shirt.
Five people holding up a yellow NGLTF sign, Surrounded by various square, colorful images including ballot, USA map, clinched fists.
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force www. NGLT.org
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White shirt.
California license plate reading "California: NGLTF"
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
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White t-shirt.
1993 March on Washington
Note: The University of Minnesota buses to the March was an eventful trip that made the march more accessible to students.
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Blue shirt.
"Don't Try to Understand Me. Just Love Me." with a thin rainbow line over it
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White shirt.
Front: small upper right logo "One in a million/1993 March on Washington University of Minnesota", pink triangle with purple plus sign. Back lists sponsors in triangle.
Adverguys Inc., All Go'd Children Metropolitan Community Church. Birdsall-Haase Association/Art Antiques. Spirit of the lakes United Church of Christ. Cooperative Campus Ministries. Department of Student Affairs. Dr. Marjaorie Cowmeadow. Association of G/L/B. Dignity/Twin Cities. Richard P. Osborne. Frank Tomasiewiez. M.L. Gerger. Dallas Brake. GLEAM. Gaze.
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White shirt.
Purple and rainbow capitol building. "Millennium March for Equality April 30, 2000"
Back: presentation Sponsor Planet Out. www.planetout.com AOL Keyword: planetout.com
www.mmow.org
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White shirt.
Dark green Outfront logo "Outfront Minnesota"
Back: "Out and Strong"
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Lime green shirt.
"Outfront Minnesota"
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white shirt. Green Outfront logo and Pride Pavilion 2002 "Outfront Minnesota"
Back: "Out the Vote" www.outfront.org Building a Better Community
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Lime green shirt.
White stripes "Get Out" "Outfront Minnesota"
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Black shirt.
Pink triangle, Pink and white text: "DC 2000: Millennium March on Washington for Equality" April 30, 2000
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Black t-shirt
Queer Nation
Get Used to It!

black shirt. Yellow text: "Q" "Queer Nation" back: "Queer Nation: Get Used To It!"

LGBTQ activist organization founded in March 1990 in New York City, by HIV/AIDS activists from ACT UP

Duplicate copy found in Gerber/Hart Library and Archives
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Pink shirt.
Picture of protestors with signs, triangle. "Fight back! Pass the Bill of Rights" "National AIDS Bill of Rights" "Gay Pride '88 alliance party"
Back: PASS. The AIDS Bill of Rights. Lobby in Washington October 10-11, 1988 Call 202-543-8324
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Grey shirt.
Pink triangle with outline of the capitol, pink text: "National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights" October 11, 1987
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Tan hat.
"Human Rights Campaign"
Yellow: "I AM"
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White shirt.
Image ruby slippers. "activism" "There's no place like home" "National Gay and Lesbian Task Force"
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White t-shirt;
picture of a rainbow colored Minnesota, with the text, "We're number eight! Minnesota: The latest state saying no to hate." In the red"O" in Minnesota, it says hate with the no smoking sign going through it. The "no" in the line underneath is also red.
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