The materials consist of course planning documents, correspondence, syllabi, memoranda, and flyers used to advertise the workshop.
The Stanford Workshops on Political and Social Issues (SWOPSI) 162: "Homosexuality: An Overview," was class was a two-quarter
course focusing on homosexuality, taught in 1978-1979 by Corb Smith and Sally Cole. Goals of the Florence Moore-based workshop
were to learn about religious and social attitudes, behaviors, political and social issues, and about other aspects of the
lives of lesbians and gay men.
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