Documents related to the development and activities of the Central Coast Queer Archive Project. Includes photographs and personal
statements used for an interactive exhibit during Central Coast Pride 2017.
The Central Coast Queer Archive Project (CCQAP) was established in 2018 by Steven Ruszczycky working in collaboration with
members of the San Luis Obispo county communities.
The CCQAP is a community-based volunteer effort that documents LGBTQ+ individuals’ experiences on the California Central Coast
region. The CCQAP aims to preserve documents, artifacts, and other materials related to LGBTQ+ culture and history of the
central coast region. These materials will be deposited with one of a number of our archive sites, where they will be available
to researchers, educators, artists, and others interested in utilizing the materials for non-commercial purposes that support
the overall aims of the CCQAP.
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