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CLGA National Portrait Collection Nomination

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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Nick Mulé fonds
Description Level
File
Date Range
2011
Scope and Content
Records include CLGA National Portrait Collection Nomination Form.
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Textual records
Date Range
2011
Part Of
Nick Mulé fonds
Fonds Number
F0089
Series Number
1
File Number
F0089-01-02
Physical Description
Textual records
Scope and Content
Records include CLGA National Portrait Collection Nomination Form.
Access Restrictions
Open
Description Level
File
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Collection
Archives
Part Of
Nick Mulé fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Date Range
[ca. 1986-2017]
Scope and Content
Records include printed and handwritten documents, photocopies, faxes, printed brochures, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, a banner, a computer disc, and audiorecordings. Records consist of correspondence (including printed emails), minutes of meetings, by-laws, budgets, proposals, reports, travel-r…
Collection
Archives
Material Type
Textual records
Sound recording
Object
Date Range
[ca. 1986-2017]
Part Of
Nick Mulé fonds
Creator
Nick Mulé
Fonds Number
F0089
Language
English
Physical Description
52 cm of textual records (1) computer disk (1) 46 x 180 cm banner (2) 90-minute audiocassettes
Extent
.52 m
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Nick J. Mulé (196?-) originally from Hamilton, ON, is a professor at the School of Social Work, York University, Toronto, ON, and earned a Ph.D. at the University of Manchester, England, 2004. Mulé has been active in LGBTQ community organizations in Ontario since the 1980s, with a career in social work, including private practice as a psychotherapist. Mulé has held active membership and leadership positions for the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights Ontario, including the CLGRO province-wide Project Affirmation, Queer Ontario, the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, the Ontario Rainbow Health Coalition, OUT!Spoken, Amnesty International LGBT Action Circle, the June 13th Committee, and EGALE. Mulé has published extensively and spoken regularly at public events concerning LGBTQ topics.
Scope and Content
Records include printed and handwritten documents, photocopies, faxes, printed brochures, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, a banner, a computer disc, and audiorecordings. Records consist of correspondence (including printed emails), minutes of meetings, by-laws, budgets, proposals, reports, travel-related documents, news articles, presentation and promotional materials, a research article, and government documents related to broadcasting.
Storage Location
5.4.3 (5 boxes)
Access Restrictions
Open
Conservation
Records removed from binders and plastic sleeves, removal of staples and paperclips.
Arrangement
Contains series: Series 1—Workshops, Presentations, and Notes Subseries 1 - Workshop materials Subseries 2 - Publications Subseries 3 - CLGA National Portrait Collection Nomination Form Series 2—Projects Subseries 1 - OUT!Spoken Subseries 2 - Violence in Same-sex Relationships Information Project—VISSRIP Subseries 3 - Project Affirmation Subseries 4 - Amnesty International—LGBT Action Circle Subseries 5 - June 13th Committee Subseries 6 - EGALE Subseries 7 - Rainbow Health Coalition Subseries 8 - Queer Ontario
Description Level
Fonds
Accession Number
1997-088, 1997-089, 1999-007, 2017-117
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Out of the closets : voices of gay liberation

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Collection
Non fiction
Material Type
Book: hardcover
Date Published
c1972
Author
Jay, Karla, 1947-
Young, Allen, 1941-
Edition
1st ed.
Publisher
Douglas Book Corporation
Collection
Non fiction
Material Type
Book: hardcover
Author
Jay, Karla, 1947-
Young, Allen, 1941-
Responsibility
edited by Karla Jay and Allen Young
Edition
1st ed.
Place
New York, NY
Publisher
Douglas Book Corporation
Date Published
c1972
Physical Description
xi, 403 p. : ill.
Condition
Good
ISBN
088209002X
Notes
C/W dust jacket.
Includes bibliographical references and directory. Contents : Forward / by Karla Jay [p. 1-2] -- Part 1: Join us! an introduction to gay liberation [p. 3] -- Christopher Street liberation day, June 28, 1970 [poem] / by Fran Winant [p. 4-6] -- Out of the closets, into the streets / by Allen Young [p. 6-31] -- Gay is good / by Martha Shelley [p. 31-34] -- Dear mom / by Virginia Hoeffding [p. 34-37] -- My soul vanished from sight : a California saga of gay liberation / by Konstantin Berlandt [p. 38-56] -- Part 2: Gay people vs. the media [p. 57] -- The Closet syndrome / by Stuart Byron [p. 58-65] -- A Gay critique of modern literary criticism / by Karla Jay [p. 66-68] -- An Open letter to Tennessee Williams / by Mike Silverstein [p. 69-72] -- Queer books / by John Murphy [p. 72-94] -- Part 3: The Man's law [p. 95] -- Happy birthday, baby butch / by Jaye V. Poltergeist [p. 96-99] -- Sissy in prison / an interview with Ron Vernon [p. 99-112] -- Rapping with a street transvestite revolutionary / in interview with Marcia Johnson [p. 112-120] -- Part 4: Gay people vs. the "Professionals" [p. 121] -- Lesbians and the health care system / by Radicalesbians Health Collective [p. 122-141] -- Gay liberation meets the shrinks / by Gary Alinder [p. 141-145] -- A Lesflet for the American Medical Association / by Chicago Gay Liberation Front [p. 145-147] -- Surviving psychotherapy / by Christopher Z. Hobson [p. 147-153] -- The Orderly / by Robbie Skeist [p. 153-157] -- The Anthropological perspective / by The Red Butterfly [p. 157-165] -- Gay bureaucrats : what are they doing to you? / byMike Silverstein [p. 165-170] -- Part 5: Lesbians and the Women's Liberation movement [p. 171] -- The Women-identified women / by Radicalesbians [p. 172-177] -- Realesbians and politicalesbians / by Gay Revolution Party Women's Caucus [p. 177-181] -- A Letter from Mary / by Mary [p. 182-185] -- Take a lesbian to lunch / by Rita Mae Brown [p. 185-194] -- Hanoi to Hoboken, a round trip ticket / by Rita Mae Brown [p. 195-201] -- Lesbians and the ultimate liberation of women / by Gay Liberation Front Women (New York City) [p. 201-204] -- Part 4: Cuba gay as the sun [p. 205] -- The Cuban revolution and gay liberation / by Allan Young [p. 206-228] -- On the Venceremos Brigade : a forum [p. 228-244] -- Letter from Cuban gay people to the North American gay liberation movement [p. 244-246] -- Declaration by the First National Congress on education and culture / excerpted from GRANMA, daily organ of the Communist Party of Cuba [p. 246-250] -- Part 7: Sex and roles [p. 251] -- Gay revolution and sex roles / by Third World Gay Revolution (Chicago) and Gay Liberation Front (Chicago) [p. 252-259] -- Smash phallic imperialism / by Katz [p. 259-262] -- On sex roles and equality / by N.A. Diaman [p. 262-264] -- Cruising : games men play / by Perry Brass [p. 264-265] -- The Fairy princess exposed / by Craig Alfred Hanson [p. 266-269] -- The Politics of my sex life / by Mike Silverstein [p. 270-275] -- Portrait of the young lesbian as a young dyke / by Karla Jay [p. 275-277] -- Will you still need me when I'm 64? / by Ralph S. Schaffer [p. 278-280] -- Part 8: Moving together [p. 281] -- My gay soul / by Gary Alinder [p. 282-283] -- Looking at women [a poem] / by Fran Winant [p. 284-290] -- Leaving the gay men behind / by Radicalesbians (New York City) [p. 290-293] -- Notes on gay male consciousness-raising / by A Gay Male Group [p. 293-301] -- Somewhere in the right direction : testimony of my experience in a gay male collective / by John Knoebel [p. 301-315] -- Problems of an inter-racial relationship / by Marlene [p. 315-317] -- Epistle to Tsha / by Rita Mae Brown [p. 318] -- Elitism / by Del Whan [p. 318-323] -- Viewpoint of an anti-sexist Marxist / by Sandy Blixton [p. 323-328] -- Part 9: Manifestos [p. 329] -- A Gay manifesto / by Carl Wittman [p. 330-341] -- Gay Revolution Party manifesto [p. 342-345] -- Working paper for the Revolutionary People's Constituional Convention / by Chicago Gay Revolution [p. 346-352] -- I.D., leadership and violence / by Charles P. Thorp [p. 352-363] -- What we want, what we believe / by Third World Revolution (New York City) [p. 363-368] -- A Selected gay bibliography [p. 369-374] -- An international directory of gay organizations [p. 375-403]
Call Number
4 OUT 1972
Description Level
Item
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