Four unidentified people carrying the Kansas City Gāzette's banner during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; the banner reads "Kansas City Gāzette, KC's #1 Gay & Lesbian publication" with a pick triangle; other parade entries are seen behind them as well a house on the side of the route.
View from behind of some of the crowd attending the Millennium Pride Festival in Washington D.C. and gathered around an archway with rainbow balloons tethered to it; several men are shirtless and the Capitol Building can be seen in the background.
Unidentified members of the MCC-KC marching behind a banner in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; their banner reads "MCC-KC Believing, Becoming, Belonging"; other people with signs, a person on a bicycle, stone walls, and cars are also seen.
Group of unidentified people walking behind a banner reading "Interfaith Coalition" in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; people are holding additional banners reading " Unity Temple" "Lambda Auxiliary", "GLAD-KC" and behind them another group with a banner reading "Metropolitan Community Church"; stone walls and cars are also seen.
Unidentified man in a straw hat holding a sign that reads "Visible & Gay" with a pink triangle during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; he is also wearing a t-shirt that reads "Support Human Rights" and an Alan Wheat political button; crowd visible behind him.
An unidentified group of people walking in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; one woman is carrying a hand-drawn sign about lesbians (largely unreadable in the photo); stone walls and automobiles are also seen.
Unidentified groups of people walking in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; a decorated pickup truck has three unidentified women standing in it; stone walls and automobiles are also seen.
Photo looking over the shoulders of several people attending the rally at City Hall for the National Day of Mourning for the Right to Privacy; an unidentified man holding a sheet of paper and speaking to the crowd as well as a blue, white, and gold banner is seen; one rally participant (possibly Bill Todd) is seen listening and wearing a t-shirt with the Silence=Death logo.
Congressman Alan Wheat from Missouri's 5th district waving from the back seat of a convertible during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; his wife is seated next to him; stop sign, bus, and spectators seen in the background.
Back of a t-shirt of a woman at the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; shirt reads in part "We want\u2026" followed by a list of various women's issues such as abortion rights, child care, Gay rights etc.; other participants can be seen around her.
View of a crowd of people attending the Second National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights with overcast skies; many identical signs and several flags can be seen including a U.S. flag, a rainbow flag, and a flag with a Greek lambda on it.
Unidentified group of eleven twenty-something year olds, largely African Americans with one Asian American man, standing outside on a short set of concrete steps with the street and houses seen behind them.
Two drag queens, one in a black dress the other in a yellow dress walking down a set of stairs during the pride festival at Barney Allis Plaza in Kansas City; other people can be seen and the Marriott Hotel is behind them.
Group of women, unidentified except of Anne Shelley holding one end of the banner for Phoenix Books in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; three other women are carrying signs as well; stone walls and automobiles and other participants also seen.
Group of women marching in the 1992 pride parade in Kansas City; two unidentified women are carrying a sign with a large pink triangle and women's symbols reading in part "KC GALA" and two women have dogs on leashes; a house is seen along the road.
Unidentified man in sleeveless shirt and tan hat holding a beer in a long-necked glass inside an unidentified building with a crowd of others including an unidentified woman also wearing a sleeveless shirt and sporting an arm tattoo.
Three unidentified people marching in the 1992 Kansas City pride parade with a banner bearing the Passages logo; another man, wearing an AIDS ribbon, is alongside them with a hand lettered sign on pink poster board reading "You are not alone, Passages Gay and Lesbian youth group [followed by meeting times and place]; other parade participants seen behind them.
Pickup truck and marchers for PFLAG during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; a sign on the pickup reads "We [heart] our family & friends", people marching behind are holding smaller signs; other participants are behind them.
Three unidentified women holding large flags (one a rainbow flag and the other two unidentifiable) along Oak Street in the pride parade on the way to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; stone walls and cars are seen alongside them.