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Archival description
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/34 · File · 1987-1988
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

CLCBLG minutes of workers’ meetings.

Issues and topics include: safe spaces for Black lesbians and lesbians of colour; workshops and events; budget, fundraising and finances (inc. wages); connections to other community, feminist, and lesbian groups; practical, procedural and logistical issues such as childcare provision, access to premises, accessibility; strategy and direction of CLCBLG.

CLCBLG correspondence
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/38 · File · 1980-1990
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Incoming and outgoing CLCBLG correspondence and records relating to events including conferences and demonstrations.

Correspondents include Camden Black Lesbian Group, Camden Council Social Services Department, and Camden Council Mental Health Resource Group. Also contains a list of contacts and AGM programme for Camden Black Workers’ Group, and I Am Your Sister: Forging Global Connections Across Differences conference programme & cover letter (Oct 1990).

Homophobic threat
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/84 · File · 1987
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Folder containing: copy of homophobic arson threat sent to Hampden Community Centre about CLCBLG after a women-only event (12 Mar 1987); related letter from Hampden Court worker (1 Apr 1987), related letter from CLCBLG to Parker & Klein (21 Apr 1987); related letter from CLCBLG to local councillor (21 Apr 1987); copy of article from Hampstead & Highgate about arson threat (17 Apr 1987); cutting from Outwrite about change to Human Rights Code in Ontario, Canada (Apr 1987).

Premises - Accessibility
GB 1534 CLCBLG/1/88 · File · 1985-1987
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Material relating to making Phoenix Road premises accessible for lesbians with disabilities.

Includes: correspondence between CLCBLG, GEMMA, the Centre on Environment for the Handicapped; access codes for other venues including the Feminist Library, Hampden Community Centre, West Hampstead Women’s Centre and others; and returned Sisters Against Disablement access questionnaires sent to organisations [by CLCBLG?].