Founded inthe Task Force knows that real change takes time and that sustained strategic work produces results. In recent years the environment for advancing LGBT justice and engaging communities of color and faith has continued to dramatically grow and shift — as evidenced by recent dramatic advancements just this year and the opportunity these advancements present. As the LGBT movement grows its capacity and achieves more success, even greater capacity is necessary to further this work.
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Founded inNGLTF works to strengthen the gay and lesbian movement at the state and local levels while connecting these activities to a national agenda. It is recognized as the leading activist organization in the national gay and lesbian movement, and serves as a national resource center for state and local organizations. Its headquarters are in Washington, D.
These barriers must go. Some of you remember it well and some of you had not been born yet. Most states had anti-sodomy laws on the books — and enforced them.
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The National Gay Task Force later National Gay and Lesbian Task Forcethe first national gay rights organization, had its headquarters in this building from its founding in October to While it is no longer associated with this address, the organization still operates in Washington, D. Rear: Frank Kameny.