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Archives interviews April 1991
Wilson, Bridgit
McAlister, Kim
Fiordaliso, Dennis
Nobiletti, Frank
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
Lambda Archives of San Diego
California Revealed from Lambda Archives of San Diego
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A series of interviews with notable figures in the San Diego LGBT community, taken for Lambda Archives. Interviewees include: Pride organizer Doug Moore, Dennis Fiordaliso, Jim Healy, Frank Nobiletti (an LGBT studies professor and former LASD board member), and a group interview of Kim McAlister (involved in a variety of women's events and feminist activism), attorney and activist Bridget Wilson (whose work emphasized military cases) and politician and activist Christine Kehoe.
Note on label: Archive interview 4/91 Brigit Kim, Chris [ok] at Debbie
moving image
1/2 inch videotape
1 Tape of 1
Lambda Archives of San Diego
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