The George Choy papers document his work with the Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA) and the GAPA Community Health Project
(GCHP), as well as the relationship between GAPA and OCCUR, the first Japanese gay rights organization.
George Choy (1960-1993) was a board member of Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA), a member of ACT UP and an activist for AIDS
awareness and LGBT youth who persuaded the SF Board of Supervisors to pass Project 10, the counseling program for LGBT teenagers
in public high schools. He was also active in GCHP (GAPA Community Health Project) and worked with OCCUR (the Japanese Association
for the Lesbian and Gay Movement, the first Japanese Gay Rights organization). In In 1991, OCCUR brought the first gay rights
case to court in Japan.
Collection is open for research.
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