Banner parade at Dignity/Boston Convention

Title

Banner parade at Dignity/Boston Convention

Subject

Dignity/Boston

Description

Dignity/Boston was formed in the first waves of the Gay Liberation movement that followed the Stonewall Riots, and has been providing a home for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) Catholics, their friends and supporters since 1972. Dignity/Boston was formed to unite these people and provide an instrument through which the voices of GLBT Catholics may be heard by the Church and by society. In this photograph, a group of men carry a banner which reads: "Dignity Queens, Make us a sign of your love".

Creator

Rink Foto

Publisher

The History Project, Inc.

Date

1989

Rights

All Rights Reserved. Reproduction prohibited without credit to: Rink Foto 584 Castro St. #132 San Francisco 94114. Email info@historyproject.org for information about rights, reproductions, etc.

Identifier

GCN.ORG.00214

Original Format

black and white photograph

Physical Dimensions

4x5" horizontal

Files

GCN.ORG.00214.jpg

Citation

Rink Foto, “Banner parade at Dignity/Boston Convention,” Documented | Digital Collections of The History Project, accessed May 27, 2017, http://historyproject.omeka.net/items/show/45.

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