Photographs, a transcript, typescripts, clippings, and promotional flyers and pamphlets documenting the gay, lesbian, bisexual
and transgender communities in Hungary, Poland and Serbia, 1991-2005, collected by San Francisco gay activist, Douglas Conrad.
The collection includes documents from Shades of Red and Pink, an oral history project begun by Conrad to document GLBT people
in Eastern European countries.
"[Douglas Conrad] has been active in the US Lesbian/Gay community for nearly two decades. He has worked on the steering committee
of the 1987 March On Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, co-chaired the 1988 San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Parade
and Celebration, and has been conducting and developing an archive of Oral Histories of sexual minorities in nine Eastern/Central
European countries since 1991. He co-produced the first Siberian Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, and the 1997, 98, and 99 Budapest
International Lesbian/Gay Film Festivals."
0.4 linear foot.
1 archive carton.
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