Marsha Epstein is a lifelong activist for LGBT rights, and an advocate for the inclusion of bisexual accounts as part of the
history of the gay rights movement. This collection contains both personal and professional materials representing Marsha
Epstein's life from her childhood to adulthood. Included are her research materials from many years of medical practice as
well as personal correspondence, materials from various schools and ephemera from her Jewish, women's and bisexual activism
throughout the Los Angeles area.
Marsha Epstein has been a lifelong activist for LGBT rights, and an advocate for the inclusion of bisexual accounts as part
of the history of the gay rights movement. She is a subject in the documentary, On These Shoulders We Stand, an historical
account of early gay life and activism in Los Angeles told by the people who lived it. She is also an active volunteer and
participant in the Los Angeles Jewish community, through her work with Beth Chayim Chadasim.
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