For decades, many poor Black Baltimoreans saw political arguments on sexuality as more a luxury than a real necessity. Throughout the late 1970s and 1980s, organizations led mostly by white gay males sought inclusion and LGBT-friendly health services, but did little to advocate for Black families struggling with rampant poverty, the crack epidemic, and rising crime.Read More
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