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Finding Aid for the National Lesbian Conference records, 1989-1991 LSC.2202
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Description
The National Lesbian Conference was the first and only of its kind, attempting to set a national lesbian activist agenda. The event took place in Atlanta, Georgia in 1991 and drew over 2,500 registered attendees. The gathering was comprised of one full day of caucuses, five plenaries, four mornings of anti-oppression training and slightly fewer than three hundred workshops. This collection contains pre-planning materials as well as a conference program and news coverage of the conference.
Background
The National Lesbian Conference was the first and only of its kind, attempting to set a national lesbian activist agenda. The event took place in Atlanta, Georgia in 1991 and drew over 2,500 registered attendees. The gathering was comprised of one full day of caucuses, five plenaries, four mornings of anti-oppression training and slightly fewer than three hundred workshops.
Extent
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
Restrictions
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Availability
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