New York demonstration on behalf of Artie Shaw. Unidentified people standing outside and wearing coats are holding signs proclaiming affection for Shaw, likely in support of his discharge from armed service.
Participants from Kansas City in the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation in a park with others all around; rainbow flags and a balloon sort of object with the words "Kansas City" across it are seen.
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.
Crowd gathering at City Hall; taken from a high floor in the Courthouse. The majority of the crowd fills up the space right in front of the doors, while smaller groups linger behind in the courtyard area.
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.
Crowd marching from Manual High School, turning from East Truman Rd. onto Paseo Blvd. The group is walking on the left side of the street, with a car in front and three cars behind them. The first three cars have groups of men and women sitting on top of them.
Shot from the rear of "Flo" (John Koop) of Missy B's performing at Out in Westport in the McCoy's Public House parking lot wearing a bright purple dress; the crowd is shown with vendor tables and a table with sound equipment; also visible are the signs for Aquarius Books and Vulcans Forge.
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.
Crowd on the steps of City Hall, with Policemen and National Guard lined up at the door. In the center of the photo, a group of African American men are walking toward the camera, alongside the line of officers. The first man is wearing a striped shirt with his hands in his pockets, looking at the officers. The line of officers are all white males with the exception of the last officer in line, who is African American.
Unidentified patrons of the Forest Ballroom (likely) in Kansas City standing about or dancing while the band "Kings of Rythm" [sic] play onstage; two men are in the forefront leaning against the stage and talking together with the one on the right in a fur stole and woman's blouse that is off his shoulder.