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Press
GB 1534 JF/4 · Series · 1955 - 1998
Part of Papers of Jackie Forster

Series contains newspaper clippings written about and by Jackie Forster, regarding her work in gay and lesbian activism and appearances at events and functions. From 1955 where she was an actress and known as Jacquline Mackenzie, to 1965 where she’s described as a “‘retread spinster’ (ie. divorced)” to her later years where she was well known as a gay rights activist. Includes media companies such as Gay News, LIP magazine, DIVA Magazine, Observer, The Times, The Pink Paper, High Life, The Independent, Daily Express, Daily Mirror, Capitol Gay.

Press Cuttings
GB 1534 CM/7/1 · File · c. 1990s
Part of Cathy McCormack Archive

Newspaper cuttings concerning Cathy McCormack, Housing and EasterHouse, Case Study Report, the Greater EasterHouse initiative, Copies of the Big Issue and the Nursing Times, EastHall Threatre Group play programme for ‘Dampbusters’ by Tony and Cathy McCormack

Cathy McCormack
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
Sappho Archive
GB 1534 SA · Collection · 1965 - 1982

Collections of papers both collected and produced by Sappho. Includes: correspondence, draft articles, research papers and questionnaires, images (cartoons, photographs and montages), creative writing, agendas and minutes for various LGBT conferences, and press cuttings.

Sappho, 1972 - 1981, lesbian publication
GB 1534 CM/5/3 · File · 1997 - 2002
Part of Cathy McCormack Archive

Popular democracy education and resource centre constitution, workshop notes, popular education forum for Scotland itinerary, popular education and social movements in Scotland Today Conference, Draft manifesto for popular education network, notes on Paulo Freire, course printouts concerning popular education and community work

Cathy McCormack
GB 1534 GB 1534 SU · Collection · 1904 - 2012

Papers produced by the Socialist Sunday School. Includes; magazines, articles, pamphlets, leaflets, song books, and a DVD interview

Socialist Sunday School, c. 1890 - 1980
South Africa
GB 1534 CM/3/2 · File · 1998
Part of Cathy McCormack Archive

Draft schedule, printed photographs, international women’s film festival ephemera, newspaper cuttings on Cathy McCormack’s activism, report to Sead Executive Task Force to South Africa

Cathy McCormack
GB 1534 CM/6/3 · File · 1999 - 2009
Part of Cathy McCormack Archive

At the Sharp End of the Knife Documentary Film Screening Flyers, Working Together for change Report, Dear Nelson Mandela film project idea outline, popular education event report, written daily accounts of South Africa trip, Letter to Nelson Mandela, Cuttings of Newspapers and documentary reviews, Cathy Voice Over script for Radio Zibonele

Cathy McCormack
Southall Black Sisters
GB 1534 CLCBLG/3/2 · File · 1979 - 1990
Part of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group Archive

Folder containing: Copy of Southall Black Sisters letter informing colleagues of Centre’s launch of safe house project for women and girls facing sexual abuse and incest (9 Jan 1990); pamphlet outlining Southall Black Sisters’ aims, objectives, campaigns (1987); Against the Grain: A Celebration of Survival and Struggle publication documenting SBS’s history and achievements, including essays from members (1989).

Southall Black Sisters