[Series] History > Oklahoma Queer History


[Series] History > Oklahoma Queer History

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An informational document about notable individuals within Oklahoma's queer history, 5 pages. The document discusses the lives of Phyllis Ann Lyon, Anita Bryant, Bruce Alonzo Goff, James Fugate, and Rollie Lynn Riggs.

A posting on the TulsaNow's Tulsa Forum's site.

[2006] Gay Pride Show with Ron Mangum, Channel 41 Tulsa - February 2006
Discussion of activities in the Tulsa area related to the LGBTQ community

[2004] Episcopal church joins splinter group
Newspaper article covering the Church of the Holy Spirit and their defection to a splinter Episcopal group over the approval of an openly gay bishop.

[1976] Sexual Preference Study, Community Relations Commission, City of Tulsa, November 1976
On March 19, 1976, Mr. John Faires, of the Tulsa Gay Community Caucus, appeared before the city's Board of Commissioners to speak on the matter of gay civil rights. Mr. Faires said "on behalf of the gay population of Tulsa (we) respectfully ask that…

[c. 2000] The Jimmy Flowers Story
From Julie Tucker - Trainum, August 2019 - Jimmy Flowers was one of the very first members of the AIDS Coalition in Tulsa. he was a young man when he was part of Stonewall and in his interview he talks about Stonewall. jimmy died in the mid 2000s. …

[2019] Home of Early LGBTQ Movement in Tulsa
Posted by Vernon Jones on Facebook November 4, 2019
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