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Amp Minizine: Issue 6

Issue 6. Pink cover with hand-drawn face. Contents include: Interview with Erica Smith, queen of the zine scene; Frock vs. Fashion: A Girl's Dilemma; How to be a Cheeky Girl.

The Egg Issue

1 zine. Subject matter is female reproduction, fertility and other issues affecting women in a sexual/physical way.

Amp Minizine: Issue 10

Issue 10/10. Pink cover with photocopied hand on front, and the headline "Girsl Rock Out". Tagline: Style for the Challenged.

Activism

Series contains 4 Lesbian Avengers Tshirt, 3 white and 1 black (black from later era). 1 file containing various activism materials related to the Pink Project (1997), invitations to ‘Outspoken’, a booklet for the the 1980 Women’s Agenda, articles and media relating to gay and lesbians in the news and the theatre. Also includes files with correspondence, audio visual, media, mission statements and general activist information; Radclyffe Hall Restoration (1994), Daytime Dykes (1997), BBC Radio 1 Lesbian and Gay Pride (1998), Kenric (1998). Series also contains, ‘Shades of August’ (1990) - a study on the problems faced by older lesbian and gay men and 4 files containing research, articles, newspaper cuttings and material relating to gay and lesbian news and activism, feminist liberation, feminist revolution within the mainstream and gay and lesbian media. Including cuttings from The Guardian, Pink paper, Women’s Liberation, Frontlines, London Women in the 80’s, The Lawyer, Paddington Mercury, Feminist Review, Gay Times, The Second Half, Diva and more.

National and international struggles

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

Women’s Health and Reproductive Rights Information Centre (WHRRIC) publications

Information guides and health literature produced by the Women’s Health and Reproductive Rights Information Centre (WHRRIC).

Includes guides to: the politics of premenstrual tension; the menopause; HIV & AIDS; pelvic inflammatory disease; fibroids; genital warts; hysterectomy; heavy bleeding; painful periods; smear tests and cervical cell abnormalities; unplanned pregnancy; infertility; ectopic pregnancy; antenatal screening; donor insemination; women’s health work and stress; alternative medicine.

Women's Health and Reproductive Rights Information Centre

Camden Council Women’s Committee minutes

Camden Council Women’s Committee minutes, agendas and appendices, spanning Jan-Sept 1987.

Issues and topics include: domestic violence; policing reforms; International Women’s Day 1987 celebrations; home and community care; lesbian and gay rights; women employed in, and users of, social work services; women and employment; women and housing; strategic planning for Camden into the 1990s; Camden Lesbian & Gay Committee’s work.

Camden Council Women's Committee

Records of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group

Series contains material relating to the establishment, management, activities, and eventual closure (c.1996) of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group. Includes meeting agendas and minutes, newsletters, annual reports, correspondence, flyers, posters, leaflets, press cuttings, message books, workers' logbooks, commissioned research, and more.

Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group

Leaseholders and policy documents

Administrative and policy records for London Women’s Centre at Wesley House, 4 Wild Court, London. Includes: leaseholders’ correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes; circular memos; equalities policy and related correspondence; meeting flyers; records relating to grant funding (specifically reduced grant funding from London Boroughs Grants Committee); development proposals for the Centre; and feasibility study re leaseholders and groups with a presence within Wesley House. Leaseholders include the Lesbian Archive & Information Centre (LAIC), Microsyster, Asian Women’s Network, and Friends of Wesley House.

London Women's Centre

London women's publications

Newsletters, publications, and annual reports from various women’s groups.

Includes: West Hampstead Women’s Resource Book (n.d. [c.1980s]); Shape annual report (1986/7); ‘We have Always Been Here’, report by Linda King, Black worker at the Lesbian Archive and Information Centre (Jun 1989); Peckham Black Women’s Centre annual report (1986/7); Camden Women’s Voice (Oct 1987); Rawshini Asian women’s newsletter (Dec/Jan 1986/7); ‘Lesbians & the Law: Some Papers for Discussion’ from Legislation for Lesbian & Gay Rights Conference (May 1987); Black Lesbian & Gay Centre Project annual report (1987); CLCBLG newsletter (Sept 1992); CLCBLG annual report (1986/7).

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