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Connections, Vol. 2, No. 11, November 1980 - File 012. 1980-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 27, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/1857/show/1852.

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Title Connections, Vol. 2, No. 11, November 1980
Contributor
  • Olinger, James K.
Publisher Gay Community Services
Date November 1980
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 5962584
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 012
Transcript 12 COP INDICTED - continued from page 1 CONNECTIONS' "It causes someone to become very emotional. Therefore, we have another Houston killing where there are two parties; one of them a police officer and the other one dead." "The grand jury should be commended," Harrington said. "They acted courageously since in Houston it is not popular to rule against the police." Officer McCoy has been released on his own recognizance until the trial begins. He is also suspended from the police force, with pay, pending the outcome of the trial. It was the gay community and the Houston GPC which pressed for the grand jury investigation into the Paez shooting. Reprinted from THIS WEEK IN TEXAS INS STOPS SCREENING - continued from page 1 erable sensitivity toward the right to privacy of all people by this decision. This is vital to lesbians and gay men. We believe the decision has created a standard that should be a hallmark for all government policies concerning gay people." "Of course, I am disappointed that we have been unable to convince the Justice Department to abandon enforcement of this obnoxious law altogether," commented Don Knutson, Legal Director of Gay Rights Advocates. "As a practical matter, however, today's decision is very close to total victory. No longer will any alien be subjected to interrogation, har -rassment or exclusion because of his or her private sexual conduct. Visas will be issued and access to this country assured regardless of one's sexual orientation." "We expect to promptly challenge in the courts the remnants of the exclusionary policy which would deny entry only to thsoe who make unsolicited and considered statements regarding their homosexual orientation. We remain confident that that challenge will succeed." Reprinted from IT'S TIME (NGTF) ORGANIZATION FORMED TO OPPOSE "MORAL MAJORITY" Norman Lear, producer of "All in the Family," has founded an organization to oppose the lobbying efforts of right-wing religious groups, such as Christian Voice and Moral Majority. The new organization, which is named "People for the American Way," is buying television ads opposing the fundamentalist attempts to control our government. One commercial features a born-again, southern housewife saying "my preacher and I don't tell people how to vote, and no government is going to tell us how to worship." Lear is currently backing the'organization with his own money. Present efforts are geared toward her 4, but he says the organization will continue after the election. "People for the American Way" is buying the television time for its commercials on individual stations. All three networks have rejected them as "too controversial." nowhere else but. TEX'S COLORADO STREET BAR FALL PREVIEW SUNDAY ~ T-Dance 7-10 all the free beer you can drink. MONdAY - No cover-FREE Beer 11-till, <85* Well drinks. TUESDAY ~ "NOSTALGIA NIGHT" DANCE MUSIC FROM THE 50's,60's,70's WEDNESDAY 35C WELL dRINKS. THURsdAY 85C WEll dRInks. FRIdAYandSATURdAy AFTER HOURS TILL 4 A.M. 404 Colorado-Austin. 474-7003 . . . nowhere else but . TEX'S COLORADO STREET BAR
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