The Resource Center LGBT Collection: 50 Years of LGBT History

5 diagonal lines dark blue, green, yellow, orange, red cover the bottom half of the page from left to right. The other part of the page shows 2 photographs. The one on the left is in black and white of a protest. The one on the right is in color and shows a camera filming a police office talking to a group of men with a crowd of people behind them. The exhibit title, The Resource Center LGBT Collction, is seen in the dark blue and green lines.

The Resource Center LGBT Collection: 50 Years of LGBT History digital exhibit presents materials selected from the Resource Center LGBT Collection of the UNT Libraries and documents the issues, organizations, events, and people that have impacted the LGBT community in the Dallas/Ft. Worth region and beyond.

The collection contains materials donated by and relating to the groups and individuals who fought for equal rights in the LGBT community. Organizations, such as the Dallas Gay Political Caucus, the Dallas Gay Alliance (now known as the Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance) and the AIDS Resource Center and organizational leaders, including John Thomas, Don Baker, Bill Nelson, Terry Tebedo, William Waybourn, Mike Richards, and Cece Cox contributed papers, photographs, and personal artifacts. These materials provide an intimate and personal perspective of the triumphs and struggles experienced by the LGBT community in the Dallas/Ft. Worth region.

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