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Negatives, contact sheets, and photographic prints of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) zap of the Behavior Modification Conference in Los Angeles, California, photographed by Mark Adrignola. Adrignola and Walter Blumoff had documented the event as freelance photographers. The Advocate published Adrignola's photographs in the November 11, 1970 issue on page one and page three.
Clippings, correspondence, manuscripts, publicity, academic papers, political flyers, newssheets, photographs, organizational lists, notes, and college course materials, 1976-1983, documenting the educational and political activities of Don Amador.
Correspondence, meeting minutes, biographical texts, and flyers, 1973-1988, of gay activist Steve Ault. Ault was a member of the Gay Liberation Front in New York in the 1970s, co-founder of the 1979 March on Washington, and board member of the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center in New York in the 1980s.
Information packets, workshop material, letters to the editor, clippings, flyers, poetry, and gay organization material, circa 1970-2007, from writer and educator Brian Kevin Beck from Whitewater, Wisconsin. Included are articles and manifesto-like writings regarding homosexuality, homophobia, and the intersections of art and activism.
The Steve Berman papers are a collection of notes, correspondence, and personal information created and maintained by the psychologist and activist in the 1970s and 1980s. The bulk of the collection, from 1980-83, chronicles Berman’s life during and after college as he pursued his career in psychology and worked for greater rights and recognition for the gay and Jewish communities.
The collection consists of the organizational records of the International Association of Black and White Men Togther; National Association of Black and White Men Together; and regional chapters of Black and White Men Together (BWMT), Men of All Colors Together (MACT), and People of All Colors Together (PACT), 1981-2014. BWMT, MACT, and PACT engage in educational, political, cultural and social activities as a means of dealing with racism, sexism, homophobia, and HIV/AIDS discrimination.