University of Scranton
Photographs of a University of Scranton display on HIV/AIDS awareness
Virginia Commonwealth University - Cabell Library
Scope and Content The collection includes correspondence, memorabilia, videotapes, newspaper clippings, numerous photographs, various organizational minutes and reports, Fan Free Clinic newsletters, posters, and advertisements, and other published materials on Fan Free Clinic. The collection dates from the early 1970s to 2006. Within the collection there is an extensive amount of newspaper clippings focusing on the role of the clinic in Richmond, videotapes and photographs focusing on the Fan Free Clinic programs, special events such as the AIDSWALK: Richmond and the Tour de Friends in 2003, and HIV/AIDS awareness efforts and fundraisings.
New York Public Library
The Gay Men of African Descent, Inc, Records (1986-1998) document the development of the largest black gay-run educational, social and political organization in the United States. Records include board of directors organizing and leadership materials, a fairly comprehensive collection of newsletters which capture the organization's direction and programmatic activities from 1988 to 1999, and information on GMAD's funding sources. Documentation on the organization's earliest years are augmented by transcripts of oral history interviews with both early and active members who share accounts of GMAD's founding and struggle to develop into a full-fledged advocacy organization. There are transcripts for George Bellinger, Jeff Haskins, Kevin McGruder, Philip Reed, Colin Robinson, Kenneth Tolbert, Derwin Keith Vega, and C. Ralph Wilson.
University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
The Utah Pride Center records(1976-2012) include material from the same body under two previous names: the Stonewall Center the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Utah. The records contain correspondence, meeting minutes, pamphlets, brochures, newsletters, manuals, contracts, publications, financial documents, office files, administrative files, subject files, posters, and memorabilia. The Utah Stonewall Center, opened its doors in June 1991. The mission of the center is to provide a safe and supportive meeting place for gays and lesbians along the Wasatch Front.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
[1] Women's rights : abortion -- [2] Children's rights : children, know your rights -- [3] Conditions of employment relating to domestic workers (1996) -- [4] Conditions of employment relating to domestic workers : a guide for employers (1996) -- [5] Democracy and you : a guide to better understanding -- [6] Women's rights : domestic violence -- [7] Go to the ombudsman (1996) -- [8] Know your ombudsman (1990) -- [9] Women's rights : maintenance -- [10] Withdrawn from collection, Nov. 30, 2005 -- [11] My rights and the rights of others (1998) -- [12] Women's rights : the rights of single mothers -- [13] Special conditions relating to farm workers (1995) -- [14] United Nations convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women (1992) -- [15] All you need to know about the Namibian HIV/AIDS Charter of Rights (2000) -- [16] Access to affordable treatment for HIV/AIDS is a human right -- [17] HIV/AIDS awareness at UNAM (1998) -- [18] The Universal Declaration of ... Read More
State Library of Queensland
Greg discusses his path to activism and his role in the Labor party, gay and lesbian politics, homosexual law reform, the origin and development of the Palm Sunday rallies, the AIDS epidemic and civil liberties, particularly with respect to the gay and lesbian communities in Queensland
New York Public Library
The Gay Men of African Descent, Inc, Records (1986-1998) document the development of the largest black gay-run educational, social and political organization in the United States. Records include board of directors organizing and leadership materials, a fairly comprehensive collection of newsletters which capture the organization's direction and programmatic activities from 1988 to 1999, and information on GMAD's funding sources. Documentation on the organization's earliest years are augmented by transcripts of oral history interviews with both early and active members who share accounts of GMAD's founding and struggle to develop into a full-fledged advocacy organization. There are transcripts for George Bellinger, Jeff Haskins, Kevin McGruder, Philip Reed, Colin Robinson, Kenneth Tolbert, Derwin Keith Vega, and C. Ralph Wilson
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Library
This series comprises records created or retained by persons responsible for coordinating ELCA mission assistance relating to Malawi. These records were generated during the course of documenting, monitoring, and publicizing projects, programs, and general updates pertaining to the efforts to practice the accompaniment model of mission whereby the ELCA's Division for Global Mission (DGM) walked with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Malawi (ELCM) in mission efforts. The records are from 1987-2001 with the bulk dating from 1996-2001. This series comprises one accession received into the ELCA Archives and includes records of the program director mentioned in this series' background: the Rev. Benyam A. Kassahun
State Library of Queensland
An oral history with Greg Weir. He discusses his path to activism and his role in the Labor party, gay and lesbian politics, homosexual law reform, the origin and development of the Palm Sunday rallies, the AIDS epidemic and civil liberties, particularly with respect to the gay and lesbian communities in Queensland
Virginia Commonwealth University - Cabell Library
The collection includes correspondence, memorabilia, videotapes, newspaper clippings, numerous photographs, various organizational minutes and reports, Fan Free Clinic newsletters, posters, and advertisements, and other published materials on Fan Free Clinic. The collection dates from the early 1970s to 2006. Within the collection, there are many newspaper clippings focusing on the role of the clinic in Richmond, videotapes and photographs focusing on the Fan Free Clinic programs, special events such as the AIDSWALK: Richmond and the Tour de Friends in 2003, and HIV/AIDS awareness efforts and fundraisings