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Keith Cylar Dies in His Sleep

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State Budget Late Again

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Nader Seeks to Attract Gay Voters

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Filibuster Blocks "Gay Marriage" Oponents

Mexico City's Pink Zone Grows

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Rocky Path for Gay Rights Despite Sodomy Decision

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City Diverts AIDS Housing Monies

Police Raid Activist Fundraiser in Brooklyn

Black Gay Leadership Group Vanishes

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Gays Call On New Gov. To Oppose DP Referendum

New York Considers Anti-Bias Law For Schools

Military Anti Sodomy Law Under Review

Manifesto calls for safer sex to curb rise in HIV

Broudy Confronts His Attackers

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Gay Men Raped In Glasgow

S. Africa Passes Trans Identity Bill

Brandon Teena's killer loses another appeal

Lawsuit threatened over domestic partner legislation

Chelsea man beaten by anti-gay mob

Gay Pride March will be in Durham on Saturday

South African Gay man scores victory in appeal court

Gay rights activists seek arrest of reggae stars at Mobo awards

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ACT UP Call to ACTION

ACT UP is calling upon you to show your solidarity with antiwar and   anti-palestianian occupation activists Stacy Smith, Kate Barnhart,   Steve Quester and Lysander Puccio, by joining them in court on   August 1st at 9:30 am in New York City Criminal Court, 100 Centre   Street, Manhattan. Despite winning their appeal over the District   attorneys attempt to send them to jail for cases which were dismissed   in prior arrests for AIDS and other activism, there are still some   past records that Judge Stolze could use to send them to jail.

It is vital we take time to support these incredible activists. Join them in court.

If the Judge sees an outpouring of community support it will be harder to   order them imprisoned.  

Take the N, R, Q, J, M, W or Z train to Canal Street. Ask a court officer to direct you the courtroom where Judge Stolz is presiding that morning.

 

 

 

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