Gay history poster stays

16th January 1998 at 00:00
A school board in a midwest town has decided not to order the removal of a poster promoting tolerance for homosexuals, despite parents' objections. The black-and-white poster shows pictures of historical figures including Cole Porter, Walt Whitman and Michelangelo, and reads: "Sexual orientation has nothing to do with the ability to make a mark, let alone make history."

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