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Love Rules

Spontaneous public celebration gathering at the Legacy of Love Monument, on Oak Lawn Blvd. at Cedar Springs Road, Dallas, Texas, June 26, 2015


One Night Only

Songs and Stories from the Turtle Creek Chorale

Bill Nelson photos

Bill Nelson

Bill Nelson was a leading GLBT activist in the tumultuous 1980s ... an era of gay political awakening and the advent of the AIDS epidemic in Dallas. A former high school teacher, Bill and his partner, Terry Tebedo, along with friends William Waybourn and Craig Spaulding, opened a retail store at the corner of Cedar Springs Blvd. and Throckmorton in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas, the "Crossroads Market," which became the epicenter of the activist GLBT community of Dallas for many years to come.

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Gay Pride 2017 at Dallas City Hall

Throughout the month of July 2017, the Dallas City Hall main lobby hosted a collection of informative panels, photographs and historic artifacts pertaining to the GLBT community of Dallas. The event was a collaboration among The Dallas Way, the University of North Texas, and the Dallas GLBT Employees Organization.


The Dallas Way at Work

The "Happy Historians" at work for the GLBT community.

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The Crossroads Plaque

Photos from the October 10, 2018 unveiling of “The Crossroads” plaque … the first LGBTQ historical marker in the State of Texas, erected by the Texas Historical Commission.