The New York Public Library is now offering grab-and-go service at 50 locations as part of our gradual reopening. Find a location near you, and learn about our remote resources. Arnie Kantrowitz is a writer, educator, and gay activist who was integrally involved in several gay activist groups in the s and s including the Gay Activists Alliance, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, and the Christopher Street Liberation Day Committee. The Arnie Kantrowitz papers date from to and contain personal papers and organizational records chiefly reflecting Kantrowitz's activities as a writer, gay rights activist, and English professor. The collection consists of correspondence from friends, fellow writers, and readers; diaries and notebooks; records concerning his involvement in various gay rights organizations; files relating to his teaching career at the College of Staten Island; notes, drafts and manuscripts of his published and unpublished writing; sound and video recordings; and personal memorabilia. After many years of struggle with his homosexuality, including psychotherapy and two suicide attempts, Kantrowitz came out in and quickly became active in the gay liberation movement in New York City.
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Arnie Kantrowitz born November 26, , Newark, New Jersey is an American gay activist , college professor emeritus, and writer. He is the author of Under the Rainbow: Growing Up Gay , one of the first autobiographies by a gay activist. From until his retirement, Kantrowitz was chair of the English department at the College of Staten Island , where he taught for 41 years. He received a B. Mass , a physician and writer. Kantrowitz has authored two books and contributed articles, essays, poems and short fiction to magazines, newspapers and anthologies.
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Michael Boggs is facing opposition to his nomination to a U. An Obama judicial nominee is facing some fierce opposition from an unlikely source: more than two dozen liberal groups and two Democratic congressmen from his home state. Michael Boggs, a judge for the Court of Appeals of Georgia and a former state representative, was nominated in January for the U. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
The other, Michael Boggs, was nominated for the U. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia but came under criticism from liberal groups for socially conservative positions he took during his time in the state legislature. Boggs faced a hearing Tuesday morning before the Senate Judiciary Committee, where his detractors and defenders, and Boggs himself, had a chance to face off. At the hearing, Sen.