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A New Urban Ministry

As social change erupted, cities became a testing ground…


Homosexual Organizations

Homosexuals had been moving to urban areas since the 1950's…


Violence and Oppression

In his outreach on the streets of San Francisco…


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National Methodist leaders agreed to support a convening…

 

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Dialogue Between Clergy and Homosexuals

McIlvenna reported his experiences to national Methodist leaders who agreed to support him and the Glide Urban Center in convening clergy and homosexual leaders for an extended dialogue. This first-ever consultation–16 clergyman from across the U.S. and 14 homosexual persons from San Francisco–took took place from May 31 to June 2, 1964, at the White Memorial Conference Center in Mill Valley, California.

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Phyllis Lyon & Del Martin Papers.

 

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