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Finding Aid to the Project 10 Collection, 1986-2009 Coll2013.118
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News clippings, correspondence, audiocassettes, publications, conference programs and ephemera documenting the establishment of and response to Project 10, founded by Dr. Virginia Uribe, in the Los Angeles Unified School District, 1986-2009. Project 10 is an on-campus counseling and drop-out prevention program for LGBT youth.
Project 10 was established at Fairfax High School in Los Angeles in 1984 by Dr. Virginia Uribe. It is an on-campus counseling and drop-out prevention program for LGBT youth that provides nonjudgmental counseling services, accurate information on homosexuality, and a venue to build positive self-esteem. The program was created in response to an openly gay student who dropped out of Fairfax High School after being bullied and harrassed for his sexual orientation.
2.2 linear feet. 1 archive box + 1 flat archive box.
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