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"Unlucky-Boy" Letter
This textual image is of a questionnaire prepared by Gays for Equality and filled out by Peter Diamant. The letter is among a folder of material relating to a survey that was taken of local candidates for political offices in Winnipeg in 1989 regarding gay rights, education and pride day.
(In) Visible Cultures
A pamphlet advertising a panel discussion titled "(In) Visible Cultures: issues that effect gay and lesbian art production in the visual arts." The discussion included as speakers, Shawna Dempsey, Doug Melnyk, Noreen Stevens, Cyndra MacDowall, and Ronald Bouchand.
20th Anniversary Benefit for the Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre
A pamphlet advertising the 20th Anniversary Benefit for the Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre.
8th International AIDS Candlelight Memorial & Mobilization
This textual image is of a colour poster advertising the 8th International AIDS Candlelight Memorial & Mobilization to be held May 19, 1991. The event coincided with gatherings the world over and was locally sponsored by Village Clinic and the Body Positive Coalition.
A Celebration of Praise and Prayer
A pamphlet announcing 'A Celebration of Praise and Prayer,' a religious service for gay men and lesbians sponsored by the Council on Homosexuality and Religion.
A March Against Violence
A pamphlet advertising 'A March Against Violence' sponsored by the Women's Task Force in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The march was held to raise awareness and in support of everyone who felt the effects of violence.
A Pride Celebration Social
A flyer advertising a Pride Celebration Social to mark the event of the sixth annual Winnipeg Lesbian/Gay Pride Day. The social included a performance by the Winnipeg band the Wyrd Sisters, dinner, and prizes.
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A 3.5 x 5 colour photograph of a portion of the AIDS Memorial Quilt mounted on a 4 x 7 postcard. The photograph was taken by John Kozachenko and assembled onto the postcard which was then mailed from San Francisco, California on March 13,1989 to Ernest McCallum in Carberry, Manitoba. The reverse side describes John's experience at an ACT-UP rally in Portland, Oregon and then his plans to go to Montreal for the Quilt display.
AIDS Forum
This textual image is of a programme from the AIDS Forum held in Winnipeg on August 14, 1983. The forum was sponsored by The Manitoba Gay Coalition which is comprised of the following organizations: Affirm, Council on Homosexuality and Religion, Dignity, Families of Gays, Gay Al-Anon, Gay Fathers, Gays for Equality, Gay Friends of Brandon, Mutual Friendship Society, New Freedom Group Gay AA, Northern Manitoba Alliance, Oscar Wilde Memorial Society, Project Lambda, University of Winnipeg Gay Students Association, Winnipeg Gay Media Collective and Winnipeg Gay Youth. The programme includes biographies of panel speakers and quotes about AIDS. The forum was held at the Sum Quod Sum Building.
AIDS Memorial Quilt
A news release promoting the Names project AIDS Memorial Quilt and its stop in Winnipeg as part of a larger North American Tour. The quilt is made up of over 9000 panels and involves over a dozen countries. It is the international memorial to men, women, and children who died from AIDS. The stop in Winnipeg was organized by the Village Clinic.
AIDS Memorial Quilt
A flyer promoting the Names project AIDS Memorial Quilt and its stop in Winnipeg as part of a larger North American Tour. The quilt is made up of over 9000 panels and involves over a dozen countries. It is the international memorial to men, women, and children who died from AIDS. The stop in Winnipeg was organized by the Village Clinic.
AIDS Safety Pamphlet
A pamplet explaining how AIDS can be transmitted and providing information on how people can keep themselves and others safe. The back of the pamphlet is a plea from downtown residents asking the hustlers in their area to relocate.
AIDS Shelter
This textual image is of a pamphlet for The AIDS Shelter Committee, an organization committed to meeting the needs oem members of the AIDS and HIV positive population. The colour pamphlet contains mailing list information, a list of member organizaitons and the mandate of the committee.
AIDS Vigil
This textual image is of a flyer advertising an AIDS Vigil held on World AIDS Day (December 1, 1991) at St. Stephen's Broadway United Church in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
AIDS Vigil of Prayer
A pamphlet advertising an AIDS Vigil of Prayer held by the Metropolitan Community Church of Winnipeg.
AIDS and Youth
A pamphlet titled "AIDS and Youth" produced by Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Youth. The pamphlet provides information about AIDS and discusses the social stigma that can surround coming out since the outbreak of AIDS.
AIDS: A Woman's Health Issue
This textual image is of a pamphlet published to prodvide information to women regarding safe sex practices; particularly with reference to protecting themselves from AIDS.
AIDS: Living with it and Where to Turn
This textual image is of a pamphlet which provides information on HIV, PLS, ARC, and AIDS and what a diagnosis might mean. It also provides some general advice on living with AIDS.
AIDS: Who Stands at the Door and Knocks?
A pamphlet titled "AIDS: Who Stands at the Door and Knocks?" prepared by The Task Group on Ministry to Persons with AIDS, for the use of the United Church of Canada. The pamphlet explains what AIDS is and how the disease is transmitted. It encourages individuals and congregations to act as support for people affected by AIDS.
About Coming Out
This textual image is of a pamphlet prepared by Gays for Equality as an introduction to help closeted homosexuals come out to friends and family. The pamphlet is provided as a resource with further information and suggested publications for additional reading. The pamphlet is an adaptation from other coming out materials from other organizations.
An Evening of Solidarity
A poster advertising a talk by Simon Nkoli, a South-African anti-apartheid and gay rights activist. Nkoli spoke about the situation in South Africa in Winnipeg on August 17, 1989 as part of a North American speaking tour.
An Evening with June Callwood
This textual image is of a poster advertising an appearance by June Callwood, activist, author and journalist at Augusting United Church in Winnipeg.
Androgyny?
A flyer advertsing a meeting of "Androgyny?" support group for people who do not identify with 'male' and 'female' stereotypes. The group appealed to people who combine male and female "feelings, traits, dressing" and sexuality.
Anti-Apartheid Activist to Speak
A pamphlet announcing the visit of Simon Nkoli, an anti-apartheid and gay rights activist in South Africa. Nkoli spoke about the situation in South Africa in Winnipeg on August 17, 1989 as part of a North American speaking tour.
Attitudes to Gay Liberation at a Bus Stop
A series of interviews titled "Attitudes to Gay Liberation at a Bus Stop" that were produced by the Winniepeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre. Interviews were conducted with individuals at bus stops in Winnipeg concerning personal attitudes towards Gay Liberation and Gay Pride celebrations. The document was too large to scan in its entirety.
Basic condom sense
This textual image is of a flyer describing the correct way to use a condom.
Betty Fairchild
A black and white photograph of Betty Fairchild, founding member the the Washington D.C. and Denver chapters of Parents, Familes, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Fairchild co-authored the book "Now that you know: what every parent should know about homosexuality" with Nancy Hayward.
Betty Fairchild
A black and white negative of Betty Fairchild, founding member the the Washington D.C. and Denver chapters of Parents, Familes, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Fairchild co-authored the book "Now that you know: what every parent should know about homosexuality" with Nancy Hayward.
Betty Fairchild
A black and white photograph of Betty Fairchild, founding member the the Washington D.C. and Denver chapters of Parents, Familes, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Fairchild co-authored the book "Now that you know: what every parent should know about homosexuality" with Nancy Hayward.
Betty Fairchild
A black and white negative of Betty Fairchild, founding member the the Washington D.C. and Denver chapters of Parents, Familes, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Fairchild co-authored the book "Now that you know: what every parent should know about homosexuality" with Nancy Hayward.
Betty Fairchild
A black and white negative of Betty Fairchild, founding member the the Washington D.C. and Denver chapters of Parents, Familes, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Fairchild co-authored the book "Now that you know: what every parent should know about homosexuality" with Nancy Hayward.
Betty Fairchild Itinerary
A handwritten itinerary from Betty Fairchild's visit to Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba on March 17-21, 1980. During her visit, Fairchild was engaged in a series of radio and television interviews, seminars, and workshops. Fairchild was a founding member the the Washington D.C. and Denver chapters of Parents, Familes, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). Fairchild co-authored the book "Now that you know: what every parent should know about homosexuality" with Nancy Hayward.
Bingo Bowling Social
This textual image is of a poster advertising for a bingo bowling social at a bowling alley called Saratoga Lanes put on by the Winnipeg Lesbian and Gay Pride Day Committee on October 11, 1991.
Brandon Social
This textual image is of a poster advertising a gay and lesbian social in Brandon, Manitoba. The social was organized by the Gays and Lesbians of Brandon and Elsewhere (GLOBE). The social was located at the Canadian Inn. The poster has a hand drawn map and and a dancing cat in front of a gay pride flag.
Brandon Social
This textual image is of a poster listing the gay groups of Brandon, Manitoba. Included are Gays and Lesbians of Brandon and Elsewhere (Globe) which produced a monthly newsletter and organized socials; Oasis peer support center; and Brandon University Gay and Lesbian Association of Students and Staff which held monthly meetings. Each organization has a hand drawn emblem.
Brandon Social
This textual image is of a poster listing the gay groups of Brandon, Manitoba. Included are Gays and Lesbians of Brandon and Elsewhere (Globe) which produced a monthly newsletter and organized socials; Oasis peer support center; and Brandon University Gay and Lesbian Association of Students and Staff which held monthly meetings. Each organization has a hand drawn emblem.
Brandon Social
This textual image is of a poster advertising gay and lesbian socials in Brandon, Manitoba. The socials were organized by the Gays and Lesbians of Brandon and Elsewhere (GLOBE). The social was located at the Canadian Inn and the poster includes a hand drawn map and and a dancing cat in front of a gay pride flag.
Butterfly
A pamphlet explaining the emergence of the Butterfly as a symbol of the gay liberation movement.
C.L.U.B. Winnipeg
A promotional pamphlet for C.L.U.B Winnipeg (the acronym for Cowboy Leather Uniform Buddies). The purpose of this special interest group was to act as a social group and educational resource, and to act as a vehicle for charity work in support of businesses representing the interests of the community.
Calender of Events
This textual image is of a calender of events surrounding Winnipeg's Gay Pride Day on June 28 of an unknown year. This calender was prepared by the Winnipeg Lesbian and Gay Pride Day Committee.

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