Gay activists -- Virginia -- Richmond.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: M 558
Content Description The bulk of the collection consists of oral history interviews conducted by Betsy Brinson in 2016 and 2017 with people who volunteered and worked with affected communities in the Richmond area during the height of the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s and 1990s. There are seven different interviews on cassette, all about thirty to forty minutes long. The interviews are digitized with links to the files in Series 1.Researchers will find content relating to major HIV/AIDS organizations...
Dates: 1998, 2016-2017
Identifier: M 399
Scope and Contents The Equality Virginia records collection includes materials created and acquired by the organization in the course of carrying out its administrative, outreach, and advocacy activities. Materials include minutes, reports, correspondence, bylaws, clippings, newsletters, pamphlets, electronic records, and audio visual materials. The collection is of value as it includes legislative materials and news clippings pertaining to the Bottoms v. Bottoms case, news clippings documenting the HIV/AIDS...
Identifier: M 347
Scope and Contents This collection is mostly composed of photographic and ephemeral material relating to the various productions that RTP has undertaken in the past 13 years. This includes advertisements, programs, and photos, and reviews. Most of the reviews were done by representatives from either the Richmond Times Dispatch or Style Weekly Magazine. Despite the lack of administrative records, the collection is rich in other ways. There is material related to a broad range of topics, from AIDS and...