Judith Saunders was a registered nurse and advocate for gay and lesbian rights. This collection contains materials from her
participation in the June L. Mazer Collection and the Southern California Women for Understanding.
Judith Saunders was a registered nurse and advocate for gay and lesbian rights. Throughout her career she published works
on topics relating to the affective relationship between nurses and their patients, specific needs and risks of working with
gay and lesbian populations and heterosexism in the medical profession. She was the associate editor of the book Before Stonewall:
Activists for Gay and Lesbian Rights in Historical Context.
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