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Minutes, correspondence, bylaws, proposals, reports, financial records, publicity material, clippings, photographs, microcassettes, and other material documenting the activities and history of the gay and lesbian student organization at the University of Southern California, 1971-1993, from former president and alumni advisor Paul C. Ballard.
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.
News clippings, correspondence, audiocassettes, publications, conference programs and ephemera documenting the establishment of and response to Project 10, founded by Dr. Virginia Uribe, in the Los Angeles Unified School District, 1986-2009. Project 10 is an on-campus counseling and drop-out prevention program for LGBT youth.
The San Francisco Unified School District's Family Diversity Curriculum Resolution records, 2005-2013, document the efforts of Joseph D. Marigliano, the San Francisco Unified School Board, district employees, and community members to promote a safer school environment for all public school students, to support LGBTQ identified students, and to support diverse families consistent with district policy.
The collection consists primarily of administrative records of the Society of Lesbian and Gay Anthropologists (SOLGA), 1981-1995, bulk 1987-1995. SOLGA (originally the Anthropological Research Group on Homosexuality (ARGOH), 1978-1987) is a group within the American Anthropological Association (AAA) created to advocate for the "the 'scholarly legitimacy' of anthropological studies on homosexuality," as well as "recognition within the association."