1) The Coalition Against Media/Marketing Prejudice (CAMMP) announced in January 1988 that it was taking on the Stroh Brewery Co. for remarks made in The Wall Street Journal by the ad agency handling Stroh beers. From the Outlines archives.
Women and Children First Bookstore co-founders Linda Bubon and Ann Christophersen at the store in the 1980s. From the WCT archives
The 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. Among those in the front are Eleanor Smeal, Pat Parker, Karen Thompson, Kate Clinton, Gil Gerald and Whoopi Goldberg pushing a person living with AIDS in a wheelchair. Photo by M.J. Murphy
In July 1986, hundreds of community members and allies rallied at Daley Plaza downtown to pressure for a gay-rights vote in the City Council. From left: Sign language interpreter Diana Thorpe, Jon Simmons, Achy Obejas, Dewey Herrington, Kit Duffy, Chris Cothran, Reverend Ninure Saunders and Jim Flint. Photo by Tracy Baim
A reunion of some of Chicago's top lesbian bar owners, circa 1990. Photo by Lisa Howe-Ebright
Founders of Test Positive Aware Network, circa 1988: Jim Moskel, Hank Jones, Christopher Clason, Greg Stratman and Stephen Dokoupil. Photo from TPA and Outlines archives
City Council lobbying for gay-rights bill, 1988. Among those in the front row are Al Wardell, Jim Flint and Kit Duffy. Photo by William Burks
rt Johnston, Rick Garcia, Laurie Dittman, Mayor Eugene Sawyer, Jon-Henri Damski and Jon Simmons, Sawyer's liaison to the gay community, after the City Council passed the gay-rights bill in 1988.
) At a late 1980s-era AIDS vigil. Bill McMillan (second from left) and Danny Sotomayor (right) are among those pictured. Photo by Lisa Howe-Ebright
Mildred and Howard Eychaner, parents of Chicago businessman and philanthropist Fred Eychaner, marching in Chicago's 1989 Pride Parade. Photo by Lisa Howe-Ebright
Members of the Lesbian Community Cancer Project board in the 1990s. Among those pictured are (starting third from left, back row) Suzanne Kraus, Lajaunnesse Jordan, Corinne Kawwcki, Laura Cuzzillo (right), and front row Nancy Lanoue (middle) and Jackie Anderson (right). Outlines archives