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2008 S.V.A. Supporters

U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton 
New York
(elected 2000; inaugurated January 1, 2001; re-elected 2006
appointed U.S. Secretary of State a/o January 2009)


 

2008

Senator Hillary Clinton is the first public official to get a 39th anniversary letter to the STONEWALL Veterans' Association.  This was thoughtfully undertaken without being requested.  It was greenlighted by the Senator even with her personally running a challenging, full-scale, national presidential campaign!  Hats off to Hill!

 [Letter from Senator Hillary to be posted here!]

    


   

2007

Senator Hillary's excellent new letter to the S.V.A. has been received 

as promised by her staff and in advance of our special June 27th event. 

Letter has been distributed to S.V.A. members and S.V.A. supporters.  

HRC Letter Excerpt:

"I am delighted to have this opportunity to send greetings 
to each of you celebrating the 38th anniversary of the 1969
Stonewall Rebellion with the STONEWALL Veterans' Association."

     

The original letter (w/ gold dome) will be scanned and placed here during July.      

   


 

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2003

 

 


   

2002

[U.S. Senator Hillary R. Clinton]

 

 


     

  Former Congressmember Bella Abzug & First Lady Hillary Clinton




U.S. Congressmember Bella S. Abzug (served 1971-1976) and U.S. First Lady Hillary R. Clinton (served 1993-2001), both special guest speakers, share a poignant moment celebrating "International Women's Day" at the United Nations World Conference on Social Development on Wednesday, March 1, 1995, in Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark -- notice the colorful uniforms.  What do these two legends have in common regarding the Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Transgender ("GLBT") community, besides being avid advocates?  Both legendary women are recognized supporters of the STONEWALL Veterans' Association ("S.V.A.") and both have marched many times in the annual New York City Gay Pride Parade in Manhattan.


 

                   
                22 January 
            2009

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