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Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995 - File 005. 1995-04-07. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 18, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4999/show/4970.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date April 7, 1995
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 005
Transcript 4 HOUSTON VOICE / APRIL 7, 1995 Experimental Antiviral >MDL 28,574A< A new potential anti-HIV agent for those who are: Asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic CD4 between 100 & 500 Less than 6 months cumulative antiviral therapy for any one agent Never taken Foscarnet Catt-Honston dinieal -Research-Network <a 520-2000 for more information. . -*. ■ H C RJ-,—Li_a—rl i v i i i in n nf Mnnlrnse f. 1 BASIC BROTHERS 1232 WESTHEIMER (713) 522-1626 OPEN MON.-SAT. 10-9 SUN. 12-6 PLAN NOW TO ATTENDS? EASTER FASHION SHOW AT SUNDAY APRIL 16,8:00 P.M. Half-sister of house speaker urges gay activism By PATRICK REYNA FOR THE HOUSTON VOICE MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Saturday, April 1 (AP)—Waves of applause greeted Can dace Gingrich as she urged gays and lesbians Saturday to "come out" and combat the resurgent political right led in part by her half-brother. House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Ms. Gingrich, a liberal Democrat and lesbian, increasingly has spoken out publicly since her brother became speaker fo Mowing last November's Republican victories. "Hopefully, we can help put an end to anti-gay legislation that just keeps cropping up and unfortunately has been cropping up even more recently since the Republicans took control of the House," said Ms. Gingrich, 28. a delivery service shipper and computer technician for Pennsylvania's Department of Education. Her brother was not left out of criticism as the soft-spoken Ms. Gingrich addressed the Pathways To Pride conference sponsored by the Miami- based gay rights public information group Safeguarding American Values for Everyone, or SAVE. But she lauded the return to the 1996 federal budget of funding for AIDS research, as well as money earmarked for housing indigent AIDS patients. Funding for both programs had been removed from the budget proposal earlier. Saying "tolerance at this time for (lesbians and gays) is not enough," Ms. Gingrich called for support of the Employment Nondiscrimination Act, awaiting passage in Congress. "Personally, I've never been a victim. I've not been fired or not hired because of my sexual orientation," she said. "But I have very close friends, and there are instances all over the country where we know people that've been fired, been harassed, whose lives have been turned upside down, merely because of who they are." The most important first step before lesbians and gays can start to seek political change, she said, must be made by publicly acknowledging their homosexuality. "It's very important for us to remain visible, to not be tne faceless, nameless citizens that we've been allowed to kind of be pushed back into over the years," Ms. Gingrich said Can't Always Find Your Copy Of The HOUSTON VOICE ? Subscribe (713) 529-8490 Talk about host and arch-homophobe Pat Buchanan has announced his bid to be the Republican nominee for President of the United States. He has also established a toll-free number 1-800-GO-PAT-GO. Intended as a fundraising effort, the phone number also offers an opportunity for those who disagree with Buchanan and his bigotry to register their opposition, literally, at his expense. HOUSTON VOICE A Weekly Community News Publication ISSUE 754 April?, 1995 Published Fridays Established 1974 as the Houston Montrose Star, e-established 1980 as the Houston Montrose Voice. changed name to The New Voice in 1991 incorporating the New Orleans Crescent City Star, re-established December 1.1993 as the Houston Voice 811 Westheimer, Suite 105 Houston, Texas 77006 (713)529-8490 (800) 729-8490 Fax- (713)529-9531 Contents copyright 1995 Office Hours; 9am-5:30pm weekdays Tad Nelson/pubiisher Jack Leonard/general manager Matthew Penning ton/production manager Sid Stephens/assistant production mgr EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Sheri Cohen Darbonne/editor Tad Nelson/entertainment editor STAFF WRITERS: Vada Carroll. Bob Ainsworth. Jon Harrison, Javier Tamez. Glen Webber CONTRIBUTING WRITERS. Andrew Edmonson, Leonard Earl Johnson, Richard Mohr, John Reed CARTOONISTS David Brady, Leanne Franson, Robert Kirby, Cat Meyer PHOTOGRAPHERS Steven David, Bob Thomas ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT Carolyn A. Larson. Tad Nelson, Galveston/Carolyn A Larson CLASSIFIEDS & PERSONALS Mike Prince National advertising representative Rivendell Marveling, POB0.S1BW.,«.»,«J(90»l»a-™1 ■rt-cte or leaiure copy ■» P™IO0'aph "°m ,hB Housic voice is ™a ° ___7__a bv federal slatute specifically p-otuMWf' W ™*T M Ooinioiw exp"*"*****1 D' c0,t-mnist-' or •---.« oonists ^ nol „«■- e^r^?3 <"* Hou5,on V°^ or "5 ™ ^d *e assume ™ i?Ib*.V W ,h* C0n'9m B"lHBSSed <* "**P'«W ol M-d articles o. i,kerw** * ("'SOn5 llV'na "' <laaQ' fMI « W-ona cartoon* _Puoi«.i.on ol Ihe name ot pholograph „, any ^^ w w. ^zauon m articles or adveilising ,„ ,h8 Houston Volca ,9 „,„ to Be construed as any indication at the sexual orientalion ol said person or organisation —The appearance ol advertisements w opinions expressed therein do nol constitute an endorsement or guarantee by The POSTMASTER Send address corrections to 811 Weilheimer Suite '05. Houilon. TX 77006 SuBsc-ipf-iori rale "■ OS iby came, Dr us Mbj** j, 75 p-,, week , M5 SO per 6 months 0, $91 x ^ yaar) .■-■iwmj deadline IJoOpm CT Monday 10 reserve space 5 00 P m CT Monday 10 furnish ad copy (c* Friday publication ''■"-""■•"■e deadline noon CT Monti.. publication ReiponsiNM,* VVe do no, asaum„ (mancial i*V claims by advertisers bul readers are asked lo advise Ihe no*s- paper oi any suspicon 0, ,raudutonl or deceptive advertising and suipic-ons will be mvertigale-i Memfce* National Gay New-jpapei Guild Gay * Lesbian Press Association Associate member Associated ■"■•■"
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