One Million Strong: The 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights
AUTHOR: Cece Cox, Lisa Means, Lisa Pope
PUBLISHER: Alyson Publications
April 23-26, 1993: Lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals gather in Washington, D.C., to protest anti-gay discrimination while also celebrating the progress of recent decades. The 1993 March on Washington was the largest such gathering in history. Here is a photographic documentary of four historic days that left an unforgettable impact on everyone who participated.
The authors: Cece Cox’s previous book credits include Hands across America and Philmont: Where Spirits Soar. Lisa Means is a free-lance commercial photographer whose work appears in the calendar Windows in Europe. Both photographers live and work in Dallas, Texas. Lisa Pope lives in Encino, California, where she writes for the Los Angeles Daily News.
The 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights was the first March on Washington to include “bi” or “bisexual” in their name, demands, or programming.
Paperback. Purchased used by the library.