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GB 1534 CLCBLG/8/17 · File · 1980-1995
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Loose material: Routledge catalogue of gender and women’s studies books (1995), LESPOP bust card, various press cuttings, photographs, and prints. An item-level list is available for this file.

Box also contains files CLCBLG 8/15 - 8/21.

Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group
GB 1534 CLCBLG/3/17 · File · 1980 - 1996
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Material relating to Black lesbian activism, feminist, queer, anti-racist campaigns, and global solidarity campaigns.

This material comes from a broad range of organisations, collectives and campaigns including: A Woman’s Place; London Boroughs Grants Committee; Migrant Services Unit; Camden Black Sisters; Lesbian Information Network; the Other Production Company; International Black Women for Wages for Housework; InterNations Black Lesbian & Gay Pride Committee; Anti-Apartheid Movement; SWAPO Women’s Solidarity Campaign; Namibia Support Committee; Zami Black Lesbian Conference; Ethnic Dance Festival ’87; Black Women in the Arts; Black Lesbian and Gay Centre; Project for Advice, Counselling and Education (PACE); London Women’s Centre; CLCBLG; Onlywomen Press; Baobab Books [Zimbabwe]; Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA); Black & Ethnic Minority Lesbians & Gays at London Friend; Shakti South Asian Lesbian and Gay Network; Asian Young Women’s Project; Black Lesbian Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse; Southall Black Sisters; Looking After Ourselves: A Course for Black Lesbians; the Kaleghil Quinn Life Force Arts Centre; material relating to death of Dorothy El-Muracy; Waters of the Cave; Bradford and Leeds Black Sisters; the Aché Project [US]; Centerprise; Asian Incest Survivors Self Help Group; Blacklesbian Support Network; Feminist Review; Women in Shakti; Lesbian Ethics [US]; Akina Mama wa Afrika; Black Lesbians and Gay Men Against Media Homophobia (BLGMAMH); Anti-Apartheid Movement; LESPOP; Haringey Black Action; Lesbian and Gay Employment Rights (LAGER); Black Lesbian Defence Campaign; Justice for Battered Women who Kill campaign; Anti-Racist Alliance; We Are Here: Black Feminists in Britain Conference; Sari Squad; women-only Anti-Deportation Centre; Afia Begum Campaign Against Deportation; Unemployed Workers Centre; Black Women’s Network; Southall Black Women’s Centre; Support Baldev Gill campaign; Zamimass; and more.

Feminist essays and reports
GB 1534 CLCBLG/6/23 · File · 1982-1992
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Literature relating to women’s campaigns, national and global solidarity movements, and social justice campaigns.

Includes: essay entitled ‘Class’ by Linda Bellos, from Revolutionary & Radical Feminists (Leeds) newsletter (Summer 1989); ‘Self Twice-Removed: Ugandan Woman’ CHANGE International report by Grace Akello (1982); ‘For Richer – For Poorer?’ report on conference on Child Support Act (1992); ‘Black Women’s Struggle for Equality’ essay (1980) by Willie Mae Reid x 2; ‘Justice Denied: A Nation Resists’ pamphlet by Palestine Solidarity Campaign (1991); ‘A State of Siege: Policing the Coalfields in the First Six Weeks of the Miners’ Strike’ report by Susan Miller & Martin Walker for the National Union of Miners Yorkshire branch (1984); and ‘Minus Lives: Women of Bangladesh’ CHANGE International report by Naila Kabeer (1983).

GB 1534 CLCBLG/8/1 · File · 1984-1989
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

CLCBLG photographs. Includes photographs and press cuttings of international protests, including in El Salvador, Lima (Peru), Western Australia, Mashonaland & Mazvingo (Zimbabwe), Manchester (UK; Section 28 protest), Leeds (UK; Bradford (UK; Bradford 12 protest), Mt Carmel, Pennsylvania (US), and the Philippines. Also includes ‘I am Zami’ poster, featuring poem and images, from Zamimass (n.d.).

Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group
Press images - Outwrite
GB 1534 CLCBLG/8/22 · File · 1980-1989
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Card-back press images (some with captions) from Outwrite Women’s Newspaper, postcards, and photographs.

This material relates to feminist and/or social justice struggles in the UK and elsewhere, including: the first Reclaim the Night demo (1978); Ford motors strike (1985); women protesting the death of a woman in a Camden hostel (c.1985); Sheffield Women Against Pit Closures & Greenham Common postcard; Jill Posener; protests against the sale of plastic bullets; demo against the Sun newspaper’s racist reporting; Filipina demo against mail-order brides; Polisario Front women; Pavilion Gallery, Leeds; the Bradford 12; Southall Black Sisters, and more.

Outwrite Women’s Newspaper