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Contains material related to Keith Bernard's involvement in numerous Charlotte-area LGBTQ organizations. Includes newspaper articles, publications, brochures and T-Shirts.
Josh Burford is best known for his work to preserve and make accessible the Queer history of the American South through the development of archival collections and oral histories. The bulk of the collection relates to the establishment and collecting efforts of the King-Henry-Brockington LGBTQ+ Archive, as well as research into the history of Charlotte's LGBTQ community.
Campus Pride is a national nonprofit organization for student leaders and campus groups working to create a safer college environment for LGBT students. Materials include organizational records, publications and ephemera, and teaching materials.
The mission of the Charlotte Lesbian and Gay Fund is to fund organizations that support the LGBTQ commun6ty through the pooled financial resources of individuals, corporations, and foundations. The collection contains programs from the Charlotte Lesbian and Gay Fund Happening from 2008-2012 and 2017, as well as an informational booklet.
Charlotte Pride presents the annual lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and queer (LGBTQ) Pride festival and other events in the Queen City. The annual festival is the largest LGBTQ Pride event in the Carolinas. The bulk of the collection documents Pride Festivals held in Charlotte, including planning materials and guides to the events. Also included are promotional materials, memorabilia, and ephemera from the more recent Pride festivals.
The Charlotte Royals were founded in 2004. Today, they have over 20 players and a growing auxiliary membership along with supporters from around the country. Collection includes 1 linear foot of uniforms, ball, memorabilia, and ephemera.
Personal and professional papers including organizational records, magazine and newspaper articles, political buttons, books, posters, decorated HIV vest, brochures.
Contains material documenting congregational dialogue concerning sexuality at Myers Park Baptist Church. Includes committee reports, correspondence, planning documents and position statements.
Contains King's writings for The Rocky Mount Telegram, Durham Morning Herald and The Charlotte Observer as well as his personal correspondence and documentation of his work in Charlotte's LGBT community. Also contains subject files primarily concerning LGBT issues and assorted publications.
Papers documenting Kirsch's work in the LGBT community as well as his work in theatre throughout the country. Includes press releases, brochures, newsletters, correspondence, playbills, CDs and VHS tapes.
Contains printed copies of Lawyer's monthly column in Q Notes entitled "The Soft Spot" from 1988-1992. Also includes 2 can huggers with the Queen City Friends logo and 4 One Voice Chorus Christmas-themed shot glasses.
The LGBT Community Center of Charlotte was established in 2001 to promote diversity, acceptance, and visibility of the LGBT community through original and collaborative programing and events. The collection includes minutes and agendas, invoices and budget information, a 501(c)(3) application, event booklets and pictures.
The collection consists of LGBTQ publications produced in Charlotte, North Carolina. The bulk of the material comprises newsletters. First Tuesday (1989-1992), represents the largest and most comprehensive run in the collection (18 issues). Additional titles include: North Carolina lesbian and gay pride (1993-1994), and Out Charlotte (1995).
The Wesley Mancini papers document the work of the Wesley Mancini Foundation, which funded projects that foster the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals as full participants in the Charlotte community. The collection also documents Mancini's textile design company, Wesley Mancini Ltd. Includes correspondence, grants and minutes from the foundation as well as numerous magazines and publications that feature articles about Mancini's textile firm and advocacy work.
One Voice exists to present a public face and voice of the LGBT community. The One Voice Chorus records include: recordings of concerts on various formats (VHS, CD), programs, records of business and financial transactions, personnel records, documents relating to the selection of music and performers, feedback forms, and other materials.
The collection consists of materials generated by Jim Yarbrough through his involvement in Qnotes, Queen City Quordinators, Metrolina AIDS Project and his 40+ year history in the Charlotte LGBTQ+ community.
Sid Stroupe attended UNC Charlotte in the early 1980s. The collection consists of 8 membership cards for Charlotte area gay clubs from approximately 1978-1982.
Connie J. Vetter opened her law office in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1994. Her practice focuses primarily on the needs of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender individuals and couples. In addition to practicing law, Vetter is a mediator. Collection includes North Carolina State Bar Acceptance, Correspondence on the opening of the Southern Center for Law and Justice, and information about LGBTQ legal concerns, programs from performance.