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Archival description
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/57 · File · c.1980s
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

CLCBLG administrative and policy records.

Includes: multiple copies of CLCBLG constitution; multiple copies of BLG information pack; CLCBLG job descriptions; CLCBLG grievance procedure; CLCBLG appeals procedure (multiple copies); CLCBLG disciplinary procedure; bundle of master copies of information sheets and recruitment circulars; extract of the Insolvency Act 1986 relating to wrongful and fraudulent trading; roles & responsibilities of Management Committee member; CLC anti-racist policy; CLCBLG Management Committee info pack in brown envelope; and ‘Managing Voluntary Organisations & Community Groups: A Check-list for management committee members’ booklet by Islington Voluntary Action Council.

Training courses
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/58 · File · c.1980s
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Supplementary materials from training courses. Includes training material relating to: heterosexism awareness; Feathers’ Club Leaders’ training weekend (Jun 1985); training for shop stewards about lesbian & gay rights; debunking common myths about lesbians and gays; gender, sexuality and power, and more.

Administrative records
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/59 · File · c.1980s
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

CLCBLG administrative records and related correspondence.

Includes: correspondence and subscription forms from the Interchange Studios National Development Agency & Arts Centre; CLCBLG employee starter pack, including constitution, role descriptions, policies and procedural documents; regulations and room bookings procedure re hire of CLCBLG.

Feminist postcards
GB 1534 CLCBLG/6/32 · File · 1978-1983
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Feminist postcards, primarily addressed to members of A Woman’s Place collective.

Also contains posters for various theatre & social events, including: Joy Lemoine (Black feminism; Spring 1981); Maggie Ford’s ‘The Rising of the Moon’ (n.d.); Motherland at Oval House Theatre (Black feminism; Jul 1982); Young Lesbian Group poster (n.d.); photocopied image of people playing pool (n.d.); Gay Monitoring and Archive Project press release (Jan 1982); Woman-Magic exhibition by Monica Sjoo, Beverly Skinner and Marika Tell (Dec 1978-Jan 1979).