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[21.06 Bar Flyer]
Flyer from the Dallas Gay Alliance announcing a two-for-one special at a bar in celebration of the 1982 court ruling of the 21.06 law as unconstitutional.
[1992 Primary Election Questionnaires and Information]
A group of documents pertaining to the candidates of the 1992 primary elections. The group includes blank and filled out questionnaires for the candidates, a schedule of when they'll be screened, handwritten notes about some of the candidates, and unspecified diagrams.
2002 G/L/B/T Voter's Guide (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 21, Ed. 2 Friday, September 20, 2002
Elections guide published by the Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance Don Baker Education Fund as a supplement to the Dallas Voice newspaper from Dallas, Texas that includes 2002 Texas election information of interest to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community.
Academia Infantil
This article deals with the creation of a soccer youth academy in the city of Dallas. Both the original Spanish article and the English translation are included.
[Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)]
A surveillance report from the Dallas County AIDS Cases tracking the spread of the disease by categorizes of disease, age, cases, and patient groups.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Actor Bill Cobbs at the TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex.
[Adelfa Callejo and Hector Flores speak in front of a video camera]
Two immigration protesters, Adelfa Callejo and Hector Flores, appear to be in the midst of an interview - a video camera and microphone are pointed in their direction. A large crowd of protesters gather behind them. According to the Dallas Police Department, at least 100,000 people marched in the most well-attended civil movement in the history of Dallas. The protesters demanded the legalization of Hispanic undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about twelve million in the United States. Among those marching are Adelfa Callejo, a Dallas lawyer and civil rights activist who is a leader in the Hispanic community, and Hector Flores, who has served as National President of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Director of Recruitment and Retention for the Dallas Independent School District, and an Equal Opportunity Specialist for the Office of Civil Rights within the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. The so-called "mega march" was carried out to demand immigrant amnesty as members of the U.S. Congress debated immigration reform.
[Adelfa Callejo at the Dallas Mega March]
Adelfa Callejo is a Dallas lawyer and civil rights activist who is a leader in the Hispanic community. She is seen here marching in the April 2006 "Mega March" in Dallas, Texas protesting immigration laws along with Hector Flores and other protestors.
[Adult and child standing in front of other protesters]
An adult holding a sign and an American flag stands next to a child, surrounded by other protesters. Around 500 people congregated on the outskirts of Dallas to protest against amnesty for undocumented immigrants. Led by the group, Citizens for Immigrant Reform (CFIR), the protesters carried banners and signs alluding to the lack of legislation which would punish undocumented immigrants who live in this country.
[Adults and children make up crowd of protesters]
Families take part in a protest on Saturday in Dallas against the anti-immigration measures which would endanger undocumented immigrants.
[Advertisement: Danish Film]
A flyer from The Danish Film Institute promoting one of their upcoming films, "Friends Forever", a Danish coming of age story.
[Advertisement: Exposure]
An advertisement for "Exposure", a film by Michelle Mohabeer set to premiere in June.
[Advertisement: National Coming Out Day]
An advertisement listing LGBT individuals from the Dallas community that are publicly coming out in response to National Coming Out Day and encouraging fellow LGBT peoples to do the same.
[Advertisement: National Coming Out Day]
An advertisement for National Coming Out Day, listing individuals who are publicly coming out as members of the LGBT community and encouraging closeted people to do the same.
[Advertisement: Novembermond]
A German advertisement for the film "Novembermond", a movie about the Nazi occupation of Paris in 1939.
[Advertisement: The Dallas Collection 1991]
An advertisement from Something New From Out of the Blue promoting the upcoming AIDS benefit fashion show featuring some of the largest names in the design industry.
AIDS and the Law: Training for Volunteer Attorneys
A training packet from Haynes and Boone about the federal and state laws concerning individuals with HIV/AIDS for volunteer attorneys.
[AIDS Arms Network]
A document explaining the progress that AIDS care has made and the increased compassion that has come about with time and education.
[AIDS Arms Network 1990 Board of Directors]
A list of the AIDS Arms Network's 1990 Board of Directors and brief descriptions of their positions within the community.
[AIDS Coordinating Committee]
A brief description of the ideas and information Buck Buckingham presented to the AIDS Coordinating Committee to further improve the AIDS ARMS Network.
[AIDS Resource Center PSA]
Flyer for the AIDS Resource Center advertising services that the organization provides as part of its community outreach and educational programming.
[AIDS Update Float at Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade]
Photograph of the AIDS Update float in the 1988 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade. The AIDS Resource Center banner can be seen in the back right of the photo. Riders in the car include Dave Lewis (right), editor, Rodd Gray (as Patti le Plae Safe), columnist, and Dave's partner, whose name is unknown.
AIDS Update, Volume 3, Number 3, March 1988
Newsletter of the AIDS Resource Center containing news updates, articles, opinion pieces, and advertisements related to the work of the organization. Cover: photo of a memorial event for Terry Tebedo, sponsored by the Dallas Gay Alliance; his loss in 1988 raised the number of AIDS deaths in Dallas County to 641.
AIDS Update, Volume 3, Number 5, May 1988
Newsletter of the AIDS Resource Center containing news updates, articles, opinion pieces, and advertisements related to the work of the organization. Cover: photo of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, advertising a display of the quilt in May, 1988.
[Albertina Walker and Irma P. Hall]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. Albertina Walker (left) and Irma P. Hall (right) pose for a picture with an unidentified man (center).
[Albertina Walker and Irma P. Hall]
Photograph taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. Albertina Walker (left) and Irma P. Hall (right) pose for a picture with an unidentified man (center).
[Albertina Walker and Irma P. Hall at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker (left) and Irma P. Hall (right) at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. Hall speaks to an unidentified man standing behind her.
[Albertina Walker and Meshach Taylor at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker (left) and Meshach Taylor (right) at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. Walker wears a light blue outfit while Taylor wears a dark suit.
[Albertina Walker at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. She wears a blue dress and holds a red rose. Other unidentified people can be seen behind her.
[Albertina Walker at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. She wears a blue outfit and poses in her wheelchair. An unidentified man stands behind her.
[Albertina Walker at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. She wears a blue outfit and waves at the camera.
[Albertina Walker at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. She poses in her wheelchair, wearing a blue dress and holding a red rose.
[Albertina Walker at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. Walker wears a light blue outfit and is seated in a wheelchair. She waves to someone off camera. An unidentified woman to the right of the image holds a microphone toward her.
[Albertina Walker at TBAAL Anniversary Gala]
Photograph of Albertina Walker taken at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. Walker wears a blue outfit and is surrounded by several unidentified individuals.
[Albertina Walker Being Interviewed]
Photograph of Albertina Walker (lower left) at a gala celebrating the 30th Anniversary of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, held at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre Complex. She wears a blue outfit, and she appears to be interviewed by an unidentified woman who holds a microphone toward her. An unidentified man stands behind Walker's wheelchair.
[American flag]
This image is a close-up of an American flag with the blue sky as a background. Around 500 people congregated on the outskirts of Dallas to protest against amnesty for undocumented immigrants. Led by the group, Citizens for Immigrant Reform (CFIR), the protesters carried banners and signs alluding to the lack of legislation which would punish undocumented immigrants who live in this country.
[American flag on sombrero]
An American flag is attached to a multi-colored sombrero that is worn by an immigration protester. According to the Dallas Police Department, at least 100,000 people marched in the most well-attended civil movement in the history of Dallas. The protesters demanded the legalization of Hispanic undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about twelve million in the United States. The so-called "mega march" was carried out to demand immigrant amnesty as members of the U.S. Congress debated immigration reform.
[American flags]
Immigration protesters wave American flags at the April Mega March in Dallas. According to the Dallas Police Department, at least 100,000 people marched in the most well-attended civil movement in the history of Dallas. The protesters demanded the legalization of Hispanic undocumented immigrants, estimated to be about twelve million in the United States. The so-called "mega march" was carried out to demand immigrant amnesty as members of the U.S. Congress debated immigration reform.
[Amicus Brief Pertaining to the Case of Baker vs. Wade, cause no. 82-1590, 1980.]
Documents that relate to the case of Baker vs. Wade, challenging the legality of sodomy in the state of Texas, filed November 19, 1979. Documents include the Amicus Curiae Brief (newspaper clippings, letters, and petitions).
[Ann Marie Weiss in office]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International.
[Ann Marie Weiss smiling]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International.
[Ann Marie Weiss speaking at podium]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International. In this photo she is speaking at a podium next to a poster that reads (in part): "Dallas International Festival."
[Ann Marie Weiss speaking next to poster]
Ann Marie Weiss is the President of DFW International and President and Founder of Dallas International. In this photo she is speaking at a podium next to a poster that reads (in part): "Dallas International Festival."