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- GB 1534 CLCBLG/3/7
- 1980 - 1989
Literature and publications relating to Black women and Black lesbians.
Includes: All Faiths for One Race (AFFOR) occasional paper ‘On Racism & Sexism’ by Alison Sealey (May 1982); sleeve of articles copied from publications inc New York Native, 7 Sisters Girls Work magazine, ONYX (Black Lesbians Only), Funky Black Lesbians journal etc (c.1980s; includes list of publications); letter and minutes from Black and Ethnic Minority Working Group, Camden Women’s Committee meeting (Jan 1985); The Voice article on Black British women’s artistic contributions (6 Mar 1980); copy of article from Spare Rib Black Women’s special issue (Oct 1983); two magazine pages featuring images of Barbara Burford and J. Casselberry & Jaqué DuPreé; ‘We have Always Been Here’, report by Linda King, Black worker at the Lesbian Archive and Information Centre (Jun 1989); Big Apple Dyke News pub (Mar 1981).
- GB 1534 CLCBLG/8/8
Photographs and press cuttings, many of which have been commissioned by and/or featured in Outwrite Women’s Newspaper.
These images document a wide range of women’s events and protests in the UK and internationally. Includes images relating to International Women’s Day events, Mauritius Cultural Festival, the Troubles (e.g. Armagh Prison protest), apartheid struggles (e.g. African National Congress postcard), Les Amazones de Guinée, Bangladeshi women’s political activism and struggles, Grenadian and Puerto Rican independence demos, anti-nuclear protests in Japan and elsewhere, communities and workers in Ghana and Eritrea, Aboriginal women’s activism, Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp, Pakistani Women’s Action Forum, Salvadoran refugees in Honduras, women in South Africa (including Cape Town and Johannesburg), SWAPO members in Namibia, ‘The Dinner Party’ by Judy Chicago, Indian demos [against killing of Nandita Gandhi], the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile, and much more.
Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group