Mindy A. Daniels collection


Mindy A. Daniels collection


This collection includes materials collected by prominent DC lawyer and activitist Mindy A. Daniels. It includes materials from her time in the leadership of the Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance, her founding of the National Lesbian Political Action Committee, her work with domestic partnership legislation, as well as other LGBT-related legal matters. It includes paperwork, recordings, fliers, publications, banners, and other ephemera.

Items in the Mindy A. Daniels collection Collection

GLAA Radio Ad: Paperwork
The files related to creating the GLAA radio ad

DC Superior Court Civil Division decision:  Kirby v DC FEMS

Order reversing agency decision and remanding case Before the court is Kenda Kirby's Petition for Review of Agency Decision, filed October 25, 2005. Respondent District of Columbia Fire & Emergency Medical Services Agency ("FEMS") filed a copy of…

This is a recording of the public hearing on the repeal of DC's sodomy laws.

Third Decade After Stonewall:  A Gay & Lesbian Agenda for D.C. in the 90s
A platform for action by activists and DC government officials for the 1990s.

Domestic Partnership Form [blank form]
This form was created after the passing of "The Health Benefits Expansion Act" of DC on 11 June 1992, which created a domestic partner registry. Congressional riders prohibited the use of federal or local funds to enact the law, blocking…

Walk Without Fear [1991 event flier]

Lesbians/Gays/Queers Walk Without Fear Join us for the 1st Annual "Walk Without Fear" as we march against hate violence. We demand the right to walk the streets without fear. Friday, November 15 6:30 P.M. Rally at Dupont Circle. 7:30 P.M. March D.C.…

"The Last Minority: Gay & Lesbian Lawyers Speak Out" cover story from The Washington Lawyer (Nov/Dec 1993)
Cover story from this issue is a profile of 6 out gay and lesbian lawyers in DC. Coverage is pages 20-31, with a letter from the editor on page 5.

Per conversation with Mindy Daniels, participant and donor of this issue, there were very few out…