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Finding Aid for the Dianne Post Papers LSC.2228
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Dianne Post is a lawyer who specializes in developing policy and programmatic reform on issues related to gender equality. Also active in the lesbian feminist movement, she organized cultural and political activities in Arizona to challenge domestic violence and advocate for the rights of the LGBT community. This collection contains organizational documents from activist organizations throughout Arizona specifically focused on domestic violence and gay and lesbian issues. Included are materials related to the planning of the first women's music festival in Arizona as well as recordings of lesbian and women's music. Also included are legal documents authored by or used by Dianne Post, articles published by and about Dianne Post, correspondence, and ephemera.
Dianne Post (born 1947) is a lawyer who has worked in over fourteen countries over the past twenty six years. She has contributed to the design and implementation of legal policies and reform initiatives related to gender equality. Post works with vulnerable populations in developing, transitional and developed countries.
1.8 linear feet (2 boxes, 1 carton)
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