Meeting minutes, correspondence, administrative records, event flyers, scholarship fund records, clippings, photographs, and
publicity material, bulk 1979-1980, documenting the activities of the Gay and Lesbian Student Union of Los Angeles City College
(LACC). The organization was established in 1979 and "dedicated to the direction and promotion of scholastic, social, cultural,
and political activities beneficial to the gay student union and the gay community." Michael Lombardi served as the organization's
The Gay and Lesbian Student Union (GLSU) of Los Angeles City College (LACC) was established in 1979 and was part of the Associated
Students and Interclub Council at LACC. Michael Lombardi served as GLSU's first president from 1979-1980. Among its activities,
the GLSU organized a series of speakers for a gay history month; advocated for the inclusion of gay studies courses at LACC;
marched in the gay pride parade; and established a Harvey Milk Memorial Scholarship Fund for gay and lesbian students.
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