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.
Two unidentified people (a man and a woman) talking together at the GALA Button Night party; the woman is holding a can of Diet Pepsi and wearing a sweatshirt about the saving the rainforest; the man is wearing tinted glasses and a black jacket.
Two unidentified men at the GALA Button Night party; one is wearing a black leather jacket and the other a navy blue suit jacket with tie; both are looking off to the right and other people can be seen around them.
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.
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.
Three unidentified men waving to the camera while walking in the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation; one man is holding a sign reading "Power" featuring a pink triangle instead of a "O" and pictures a man's bicep over the Capitol Building; many other marchers are seen around them with other signs and rainbow flags; a building with columns, likely the Treasury Building is seen behind them.
Bill Todd in a black leather jacket and pager laughing at the GALA Button Night party; the banner reading "GALA '90" can be seen above and an unidentified woman is under the banner; Art Bratt is partially seen.
David Weeds on the porch of a house with signs for the gay pride day ACT UP/KC demonstration; signs read "Visible & Gay", "I'm a lesbian & I vote", "We have pride We want justice!", "We are your neighbors friends & co-workers!", "One out of ten: We are everywhere!" "Someone you know is a lesbian", "I'm gay and I vote!", "My friends are gay and that's ok!"
Unidentified woman and man at the GALA Button Night Party; the woman is seated at the edge of an armchair and the man standing in a doorway has a plate of food and stonewashed jeans; other chairs, furniture, and stained glass windows are seen around them.
Several members of the Radical Faeries marching past with the two people in the lead carrying a large banner identifying them between them at the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation; spectators along both sides of the street are seen.
Two unidentified women in glasses in the kitchen at the GALA Button Night Party; one woman is wearing a red sweater and has her arms folded; the other woman is in a white jacket and holding a beer can and a half-eaten cookie; pans are hanging behind them.
Group of five unidentified men listening to the man in the middle talking at the GALA Button Night party; stained glass panels and other furniture is seen behind them; one man with a beard and glasses is wearing a t-shirt featuring a rainbow flag as part of it's design.
Unidentified group of nine muscular men and one woman, all but the woman shirtless, in a park for the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation; the men are in a group and holding up the woman in their arms while posing for a photo.
Three unidentified men at the end of the GALA Button Night party posing for a photo with a plastic bad of strawberries one of them is taking home; two men have jackets on and the third is wearing a green t-shirt with the logo "OZ".
ACT UP/KC gay pride rally on the steps of City Hall in Kansas City; one unidentified man is standing in front of a microphone, another man is providing sign language interpretation services and others are holding large banners with the "Silence = Death" logo on them as well as smaller signs with the same slogan.