[2005] Events celebrating diversity set tonight through June 11: Activities include Gay Day at the Tulsa Zoo, a film on gay survivors of the Holocaust, and a gay-pride parade

Title

[2005] Events celebrating diversity set tonight through June 11: Activities include Gay Day at the Tulsa Zoo, a film on gay survivors of the Holocaust, and a gay-pride parade

Subject

Pride 2005

Description

Article covering plans for the week of Tulsa Pride 2005. Events were hosted at a number of local faith communities and gathering places and sponsored by PFLAG, TOHR, and other Pride groups. Includes photo of parade goer Rick Martin helping carry a 120-foot pride flag in 2003 by Kelly Kerr. Nancy McDonald received PFLAG’s first Lifetime Achievement Award

Creator

Tulsa World

Source

Tulsa World

Publisher

Tulsa World

Date

June 3, 2005

Contributor

Tulsa World

Format

Newspaper clipping
6.5x11'

Language

English

Type

Newspaper article

Identifier

Tulsa World, June 3, 2005 pg. A17

Coverage

Tulsa Pride 2005, Tulsa Zoo, Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Fellowship Congregational Church, Michael Adee, More Light Presbyterians, College Hill Presbyterian Church, Diversity Celebration Alliance, Charles Shusterman Jewish Community Center, Holocaust, Dr. Jay Geller, Tulsa Oklahomans for Human Rights, Brady Arts District, Tulsa Central Library, Council Oak Men’s Chorale, Women of Council Oak, Tulsa City-County Library, Diversity Gala, Gilcrease Museum, Rick Martin, Tim Palmer, Nancy McDonald, Pride parade, Cherry Street, Veteran’s Park

Original Format

Newspaper article

Files

Event celebrating diversity set tonight through June 11.jpg

Citation

Tulsa World, “[2005] Events celebrating diversity set tonight through June 11: Activities include Gay Day at the Tulsa Zoo, a film on gay survivors of the Holocaust, and a gay-pride parade,” OKEQ History Project, accessed February 27, 2024, https://history.okeq.org/items/show/121.