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No on 6 Ads
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Lambda Archives of San Diego
California Revealed from Lambda Archives of San Diego
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Also known as the Briggs Initiative, California Proposition 6 was an initiative in 1978 that proposed to ban LGBT individuals and their supporters from working in public schools. It was part of a broader movement to limit gay rights sponsored by Anita Bryant and the Save Our Children organization. The campaign failed overwhelmingly following a vigorous opposition by public figures including Harvey Milk, then-governor Ronald Reagan, and Jimmy Carter. This reel contains three No on 6 advertisements.
Original note on box: No on 6 Ad - SOT 4 Ads - 1 with woman; 1 with man; 2 with both.
1/4 inch audio tape
1 Tape of 1
Lambda Archives of San Diego
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