03 . Monterey County LGBTQ+ History Collection
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains newspapers, posters, programs, and other materials related to Demeter Resources, a nonprofit women's organization founded in 1978, dedicated to the growth of the feminist community and the development of women's culture in the Monterey Bay area. The newspapers date from 1979-1985, with other materials from 1979-1981.
This collection contains correspondence, photographs, newspapers, notes, programs, ephemera, and other material documenting the political activity and community involvement of Matt Friday and Bruce Carlson. The bulk of material relates in particular to their activism on behalf of the LGBTQ community in the Monterey County region and its struggle for legal and social recognition.
Photographs, plaques, banners, and other materials related to the history of John XXIII Aids Ministry in Monterey County, the region's first HIV/AIDS outreach service which was founded in 1998. The non-profit later changed its name to Central Coast HIV/AIDS Services in 2009, and then closed July 1, 2015. The bulk of the material is from this body under the original name.
This collection consists of organizational records of the Monterey County chapter of Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG), including founding documentation, board meeting minutes, and newsletters.
This collection documents the activities of the Peninsula Professional Network (PPN), a Monterey Bay area LGBTQ professional, social, and educational organization founded in 1983. The bulk of the collection consists of monthly newsletters containing meeting information and member announcements from 1984-2005. Additional materials include event fliers, financial statements, meeting details, and correspondence.