Primary Source Media
Included are correspondence and collateral records of its principal committees including Ad Hoc Into 2, Agitprop, Executive, Fair Employment, Legal Action, Municipal Government, National Gay Movement, and News and Media Relations committees -- The records reflect the activities of a homophile organization in New York City which was dedicated to the achievementof civil rights for gays through militant, non-violent means, and which became a leader in the gay liberation movement during its more militant phase following the Stonewall Riots of 1969
New York Public Library
Included are correspondence and collateral records of its principal committees including Ad Hoc Into 2, Agitprop, Executive, Fair Employment, Legal Action, Municipal Government, National Gay Movement, and News and Media Relations committees -- The records reflect the activities of a homophile organization in New York City which was dedicated to the achievementof civil rights for gays through militant, non-violent means, and which became a leader in the gay liberation movement during its more militant phase following the Stonewall Riots of 1969
New York Public Library
The Gay Activists Alliance was founded in New York City in 1969 as a militant, non-violent organization dedicated exclusively to the attainment of civil and social rights for gays. The records reflect the activities of the organization.
ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives
Constitution and bylaws, correspondence, committee structure and reports, along with newspapers, informational pamphlets, fliers, lists of gay and lesbian organizations, photographs, and clippings of the Gay Activists Alliance (GAA), New York. The GAA sought to avoid internal conflict by democratically electing an executive committee and to avoid entangling alliances by focusing on gay and lesbian rights issues. The organization utilized coordinated non-violent confrontational actions in the attempt to leverage the power of the straight and gay press to increase the awareness of gay and lesbian civil rights issues, 1969-1981.
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
The collection consists of the papers of Harry Langhorne, a Philadelphia area gay activist and executive officer of the Gay Activists Alliance of Philadelphia. Includes subject files relating to all aspects of the gay movement and of other liberal and radical social causes.
ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives
Stathis Orphanos photographic portraits of iconic gay activists, including Forman Brown, Harry Hay, Morris Kight, and Jim Kepner, undated.
New York Public Library
Tracks 1-4. Arthur Bell hosts panel discussion with young gay activists who live in New York and try to find their own place in the city at the end of the 1970's. They talk about Greenwich Village as the place that became a home to the largest gay and lesbian population in New York City, the place where they feel safe and secure