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Finding Aid to the UCLA Gay Awareness Week Records, 1974-1976 Coll2013.054
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Description
Proposal, budget, planning, promotion, and evaluation records of the University of California, Los Angeles, (UCLA) Gay Students Union for the first three UCLA Gay Awareness Week events, 1974-1976. The Gay Students Union organized five days of speeches and panels for Gay Awareness Week to focus on "the problems of gay people in today's society."
Background
Each year, the UCLA Gay Students Union organized five days of speeches and panels for Gay Awareness Week to focus on "the problems of gay people in today's society" ( UCLA Daily Bruin cover story, February 24, 1976). Speakers and panelists from 1974-1976 include Vito Russo, Patricia Nell Warren, Christopher Isherwood, Laud Humphreys, John Howard, C.A. Trip, Gerald Davison, Elaine Noble, Louis West, Jeff Richards, Al Gordon, Tom Coleman, Jay Fisher, Walter Blumoff, Terry O'Brien, Newt Deiter, Larry Long, Betty Berzon, Jeanne Barney, Mark Jone, Jim Kepner, Enric Morello, Eric Stiles, Goldie Glitters, Glenn Erickson, Ben Teller, Luke Johnson, David Goodstein, Christopher Larkin, Paul Mariah, Steven Grossman, Troy Perry, Bud Dunz, Bob Sirico, Dave Johnson, Ed Cult, Dorr Legg, Morris Kight, Don Kilhefner, David Glasscock, Mike Manning, Charles Shively, Rudy Eaton, Gary Steele, Fred Halstead, and Dave Johnson among others.
Extent
0.2 linear feet. 1 archive carton
Restrictions
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the ONE Archivist. Permission for publication is given on behalf of ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives at USC Libraries as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.
Availability
The collection is open to researchers. There are no access restrictions.