Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights
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The Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights was an umbrella organization, based in New York City, providing services to groups trying to end discrimination based on sexual preference. They were active from 1977-1994.
- "Collection #61 COALITION FOR LESBIAN AND GAY RIGHTS RECORDS". LGBT Community Center National History Archive. Retrieved 12 June 2015.
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