The Bromfield Street Educational Foundation (1973–1999) was the oldest organization in Boston, Massachusetts's gay community. An advocate for gay rights, the foundation promoted awareness of the gay and lesbian community through the publication of the Gay Community News. Recognized as the most liberal newspaper, the Gay Community News discussed topics that were off limits to other publications such as feminism, antiracism, multiracialism, class issues, AIDS, and sexual liberation.

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  • The Bromfield Street Educational Foundation (1973–1999) was the oldest organization in Boston, Massachusetts's gay community. An advocate for gay rights, the foundation promoted awareness of the gay and lesbian community through the publication of the Gay Community News. Recognized as the most liberal newspaper, the Gay Community News discussed topics that were off limits to other publications such as feminism, antiracism, multiracialism, class issues, AIDS, and sexual liberation. The foundation sponsored four other influential projects: OutWrite, Off the Page, Queer Progressive Organizing School, and the Prison Project. (en)
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  • The Bromfield Street Educational Foundation (1973–1999) was the oldest organization in Boston, Massachusetts's gay community. An advocate for gay rights, the foundation promoted awareness of the gay and lesbian community through the publication of the Gay Community News. Recognized as the most liberal newspaper, the Gay Community News discussed topics that were off limits to other publications such as feminism, antiracism, multiracialism, class issues, AIDS, and sexual liberation. (en)
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  • The Bromfield Street Educational Foundation (en)
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