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Judge rules discrimination case against Library of Congress can move forward

Thursday, April 3, 2014
Peter TerVeer
WASHINGTON -- A federal judge has ruled that a gay man's discrimination lawsuit against the Library of Congress can move forward, and that he could find relief under protections already provided under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex.

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Library of Congress acquires activist’s vast collection of gay rights memorabilia

Thursday, July 25, 2013
Lilli Vincenz
WASHINGTON -- The Library of Congress has acquired the papers, photographs, films and memorabilia of gay rights pioneer Lilli Vincenz, the nation's largest library announced Thursday.

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Library of Congress staffer fired, claims anti-gay bias

Monday, April 9, 2012
Peter TerVeer
A gay man has charged in a discrimination complaint that he was fired last week from his job at the Library of Congress after being harassed and humiliated for more than a year by a supervisor who repeatedly cited passages from the Bible condemning homosexuality.

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