The archives hold over 70 linear feet of ephemera; 5, periodical titles; tens of thousands of photographs; approximately 1, t-shirts; thousands of posters; more than oral histories; approximately 1, hours of recorded sound; and approximately 1, hours of film and video. When I asked the research assistant if I could rummage through them he said "Go ahead, you'll be the first. Does everyone talk politics there? No one in the family likes it, including me. And while the Miami effort did not succeedthe activists did succeed in bringing national attention to the way they had reclaimed the pink triangle as a symbol of solidarity. One of the most significant developments was the appearance of the lipstick lesbian also known as glamour or designer dyke.
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