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{{Infobox_Organization
{{Infobox_organization
 
|name = National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
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|name = National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
 
|image_border = NGLTF Logo.gif
 
|image_border = NGLTF Logo.gif
|caption = National Gay and Lesbian Task Force logo
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|caption = National Gay and Lesbian Task Force logo
|headquarters = Washington, D.C.
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|headquarters = [[Washington, D.C.]]
|formation = 1973
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|formation = 1973
 
|leader_title = Acting Executive Director
 
|leader_title = Acting Executive Director
|leader_name = [[Rea Carey]]
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|leader_name = [[Rea Carey]]
|website = [http://www.thetaskforce.org/ TheTaskForce.org]
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|website = <div class=plainlinks>http://www.thetaskforce.org/</div>
 
}}
 
}}
 
 
{{gay rights}}
 
{{gay rights}}
 
The '''National Gay and Lesbian Task Force''' (The Task Force) is an organization working for the civil rights of [[lesbian]], [[gay]], [[bisexuality|bisexual]] and [[transgender]] ([[LGBT]]) people in the [[United States]]. It was founded in 1973 in [[New York]]. The current acting executive director is [[Rea Carey (gay rights activist)|Rea Carey]]. As the first national LGBT rights organization, they were one of the sole political voices of LGBT Americans until the late 1980s, at which time organizations such as the [[Human Rights Campaign]] came to prominence in the federal arena.
 
The '''National Gay and Lesbian Task Force''' (The Task Force) is an organization working for the civil rights of [[lesbian]], [[gay]], [[bisexuality|bisexual]] and [[transgender]] ([[LGBT]]) people in the [[United States]]. It was founded in 1973 in [[New York]]. The current acting executive director is [[Rea Carey (gay rights activist)|Rea Carey]]. As the first national LGBT rights organization, they were one of the sole political voices of LGBT Americans until the late 1980s, at which time organizations such as the [[Human Rights Campaign]] came to prominence in the federal arena.
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*[http://www.thetaskforce.org/ Official Website]
 
*[http://www.thetaskforce.org/ Official Website]
   
 
[[ru:Национальная рабочая группа по проблемам геев и лесбиянок]]
 
 
[[Category:Rights organizations]]
 
[[Category:Rights organizations]]
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[[Category:Organizations established in 1973]]
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[[Category:History of civil rights in the United States]]
 
[[Category:Political advocacy groups in the United States]]
 
[[Category:Political advocacy groups in the United States]]
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[[ru:Национальная рабочая группа по проблемам геев и лесбиянок]]

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