The National Gay Task Force is an American organization fighting for LGBTQ rights and providing information and support to its members through pamphlets and newsletters. It started in New York City in 1973 as the National Gay Task Force, then transforming to the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. As of 2020, it is the National LGBTQ Task Force. It is the country’s oldest national LGBTQ advocacy group. The founding members of the task force are Dr. Howard Brown, Martin Duberman, Barbara Gittings, Ron Gold, Frank Kemeny, Nathalie Rockhill and Bruce Voeller.
Scope and Content
This series contains administrative documents and information for the members of the organization. It consists of newsletters, pamphlets, letters, business cards and articles.