Proclamation 7203 by President Bill Clinton - Gay and Lesbian Pride Month (1999)
"Thirty years ago this month, at the Stonewall Inn in New York City, a courageous group of citizens resisted harassment and mistreatment, setting in motion a chain of events that would be known as the Stonewall Uprising ... Gays and lesbians, their families and friends, celebrate the anniversary of Stonewall every June in America as Gay and Lesbian Pride Month."
Color photograph of marchers in the Resistance contingent of the San Francisco Pride Parade carrying signs and wearing t-shirts reading "2nd Generation Immigrant! 1st Generation Proud Queer Activist! Resist" "Love Trumps Hate" "Protest Trans Lives" " Proud and cannot be intimidated" "No mad kings in America" "We the People RESIST".
Courtesy of Pax Ahimsa Gethen, Wikimedia Commons [CC BY-SA 4.0]
Black and white flyer to protest the 1994 California Proposition 187. "A resistir la 187 protestemos en el día internacional de los derechos humanos / Resist 187 demonstrate on International Human Rights Day. Sábado 10 de diciembre / Saturday December 10. 11 am Asemblea 24 y Mission (SF) / Rally 24th & Mission. 12:00 mediodía marcha al City Hall / march to City Hall"
San Francisco LGBT General Subjects Ephemera Collection, courtesy of the GLBT Historical Society
Color silkscreen print by Julio Salgado, self portrait with wings holding the words "jotería", "migrante", "migrant", "queerness", "amor", "familia", "unidad", "paz", "love", "family", "unity", "peace".
Chicano Studies Poster Collection, Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley