Newsletters, fliers, legal papers, verse, correspondence, clippings, articles, publicity releases, photographs, and autobiographical
writings documenting the civil rights activism of Andrew Ross Exler. Exler is best known for filing a (successful) lawsuit
in 1980, at age 19, against Disneyland for its ban on same-sex couple dancing. The bulk of the collection comprises a newsletter
Exler published, his correpondence to Los Angeles gay activists such as Morris Kight, and material he collected, produced
and distributed regarding conservative Christian groups.
Andrew Ross Exler filed a (successful) lawsuit in 1980, at age 19, against Disneyland for its ban on dancing by same-sex couples.
Exler continued his role as an activist; his activities included publishing a newsletter, monitoring conservative religious
groups, and filing lawsuits against businesses whose discriminatory practices (such as sex-specific promotions, i.e., "ladies
night") he saw as violating established civil rights statutes.