Public & Private; No Closet Space
By ANNA QUINDLEN
Published: May 27, 1992
It was 20 years ago next month that an elementary-school teacher named Jeanne Manford made history. She walked down a street in New York City carrying the sort of poster paper her students sometimes used for projects, except that printed on it were these words:
PFLAG National issued this "Unity and Inclusion" policy statement recently
"From its founding in 1972 to its work today, PFLAG's membership of LGBTQ people, families, and allies have united in love, embracing each other and people whose communities are often marginalized, erased or ignored.