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Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive

The
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center and Muhlenberg College’s
Special Collections and Archives have partnered to collect, preserve,
and provide access to the Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive. This
collection documents local and regional LGBT life and activism. It
includes publications, organizational records, personal papers, oral
histories, and artifacts.
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This collection documents the earliest known organizational history of the LGBTQ+ community in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley region. Organizations represented include the Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”), the Lambda Center, the Pennsylvania Lesbian/Gay Support Network, and Citizens Concerned for a Better Community (CCBC). Materials include newsletters, meeting minutes, press releases, and promotional materials. The items in this collection are shared through a...
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Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Stephen Libby
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Gaydar Magazine was a quarterly-produced, full size, color, glossy infotainment publication for the LGBTQ population and their allies of the Lehigh Valley. Readers and advertisers were drawn to its design, balance of thought-provoking and humorous content, celebrity interviews, and honoring of LGBT history. It was published from 2004 to 2008 by Stephen Libby.  
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Gay community--Pennsylvania--History, Gay...
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by League of Gay and Lesbian Voters
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The League of Gay and Lesbian Voters was a non-partison organization concerned with issues of special concern to the lesbigay community in Pennsylvania. Their primary activities involve voter registration and education of voters, legislators and candidates. The first Voters’ Guide was published for the primary election of 1988. The purpose of Voter's Guide is to let lesbigay and supportive voters know as accurately as possible candidates' positions on issues important to lesbigay people. 
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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The first annual GLBT Community Awards Celebration was held in 2008 and was created to honor individuals that have served the LGBT community through activism, advocacy, volunteerism and leadership. The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center (formerly Pennsylvania Diversity Network) continues to host this yearly event as the GALA & LGBT Community Leadership Awards.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Stephen Libby
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Gaydar Magazine was a quarterly-produced, full size, color, glossy infotainment publication for the LGBTQ population and their allies of the Lehigh Valley. Readers and advertisers were drawn to its design, balance of thought-provoking and humorous content, celebrity interviews, and honoring of LGBT history. It was published from 2004 to 2008 by Stephen Libby.  
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Gay community--Pennsylvania--History, Gay...
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns collection, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
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The first annual GLBT Community Awards Celebration was held in 2008 and was created to honor individuals that have served the LGBT community through activism, advocacy, volunteerism and leadership. The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center (formerly Pennsylvania Diversity Network) continues to host this yearly event as the GALA & LGBT Community Leadership Awards.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Stephen Libby
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Gaydar Magazine was a quarterly-produced, full size, color, glossy infotainment publication for the LGBTQ population and their allies of the Lehigh Valley. Readers and advertisers were drawn to its design, balance of thought-provoking and humorous content, celebrity interviews, and honoring of LGBT history. It was published from 2004 to 2008 by Stephen Libby.  
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Gay community--Pennsylvania--History, Gay...
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns collection, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Metropolitan Community Church of the Lehigh Valley
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Metropolitan Community Church of the Lehigh Valley was founded in 1984 in Allentown, PA. Originally started in 1968 in California, MCC was formed to support the spiritual needs, as well as the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities. MCCLV is currently located in Bethlehem, PA.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Christian—Gays
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Citizens Concerned for a Better Community (CCBC)
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Citizens Concerned for a Better Community (CCBC) existed from 1977 until 1979 with the express purpose of advocating for an amendment to the Human Rights Ordinance in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The organization existed for over a year, until a ruling that the city government had no right to exceed the powers of the State Human Rights Commission.  CCBC was comprised of activists representing several local organization, including chapters of the National Organization for Women, Le-Hi-Ho, and the...
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns collection, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pride of the Lehigh Valley
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Pride of the Lehigh Valley was an all volunteer organization started in January 1993 to promote the 1993 March on Washington. They distributed information on the March and sponsored busses to the March from the Lehigh Valley. When people returned from the March, filled with excitement and enthusiasm, they decided the Lehigh Valley needed a special event for its own LGBT community. Therefore, the PRIDE Festival (now known as Pride in the Park) was held in 1993 to help advance LGBT rights and...
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Gay community--Pennsylvania--History
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by League of Gay and Lesbian Voters
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The League of Gay and Lesbian Voters was a non-partison organization concerned with issues of special concern to the lesbigay community in Pennsylvania. Their primary activities involve voter registration and education of voters, legislators and candidates. The first Voters’ Guide was published for the primary election of 1988. The purpose of Voter's Guide is to let lesbigay and supportive voters know as accurately as possible candidates' positions on issues important to lesbigay people. 
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Metropolitan Community Church of the Lehigh Valley
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Metropolitan Community Church of the Lehigh Valley was founded in 1984 in Allentown, PA. Originally started in 1968 in California, MCC was formed to support the spiritual needs, as well as the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities. MCCLV is currently located in Bethlehem, PA.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Christian—Gays
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Stephen Libby
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Gaydar Magazine was a quarterly-produced, full size, color, glossy infotainment publication for the LGBTQ population and their allies of the Lehigh Valley. Readers and advertisers were drawn to its design, balance of thought-provoking and humorous content, celebrity interviews, and honoring of LGBT history. It was published from 2004 to 2008 by Stephen Libby.  
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Gay community--Pennsylvania--History, Gay...
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns collection, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters (1969-1985) featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV...
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns collection, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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The first annual GLBT Community Awards Celebration was held in 2008 and was created to honor individuals that have served the LGBT community through activism, advocacy, volunteerism and leadership. The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center (formerly Pennsylvania Diversity Network) continues to host this yearly event as the GALA & LGBT Community Leadership Awards.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Stephen Libby
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Gaydar Magazine was a quarterly-produced, full size, color, glossy infotainment publication for the LGBTQ population and their allies of the Lehigh Valley. Readers and advertisers were drawn to its design, balance of thought-provoking and humorous content, celebrity interviews, and honoring of LGBT history. It was published from 2004 to 2008 by Stephen Libby.  
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Gay community--Pennsylvania--History, Gay...
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Stephen Libby
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Gaydar Magazine was a quarterly-produced, full size, color, glossy infotainment publication for the LGBTQ population and their allies of the Lehigh Valley. Readers and advertisers were drawn to its design, balance of thought-provoking and humorous content, celebrity interviews, and honoring of LGBT history. It was published from 2004 to 2008 by Stephen Libby.  
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Gay community--Pennsylvania--History, Gay...
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters (1969-1985) featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV...
Topic: Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
Source: LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns collection, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by League of Gay and Lesbian Voters
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The League of Gay and Lesbian Voters was a non-partison organization concerned with issues of special concern to the lesbigay community in Pennsylvania. Their primary activities involve voter registration and education of voters, legislators and candidates. The first Voters’ Guide was published for the primary election of 1988. The purpose of Voter's Guide is to let lesbigay and supportive voters know as accurately as possible candidates' positions on issues important to lesbigay people. 
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters (1969-1985) featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV...
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV and AIDS....
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Organizations 1960s to 1980s
by Citizens Concerned for a Better Community (CCBC)
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Citizens Concerned for a Better Community (CCBC) existed from 1977 until 1979 with the express purpose of advocating for an amendment to the Human Rights Ordinance in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The organization existed for over a year, until a ruling that the city government had no right to exceed the powers of the State Human Rights Commission.  CCBC was comprised of activists representing several local organization, including chapters of the National Organization for Women, Le-Hi-Ho, and the...
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: LGBT-001 Joseph W. Burns collection, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Above Ground
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A Lehigh Valley published periodical celebrating the local gay and lesbian community. Above Ground was a magazine published monthly in Allentown, PA, starting in 1994. The last issue in this collection is from April 1998 and was published in Shillington, PA. It is unknown when the publication ceased.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Winpenny, Bolton; Winpenny, Michael
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Panzee Press was a local LGBT magazine that discussed health, events, and other LGBT related information throughout the Northeast and Central PA. It ran from 2008-2009 and was created by Bolton and Michael Winpenny.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa.
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Lehigh Valley Homophile Organization (“Le-Hi-Ho”)
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The Lehigh Valley Homophile Society ("Le-Hi-Ho") held its first meeting on June 22, 1969. The goal of the group was to provide social opportunities outside of the bar scene for members of the LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley. The society published monthly newsletters (1969-1985) featuring the information relevant to the community, including social events and field trips, activist opportunities and reporting on the national and regional gay liberation movement, and eventually HIV...
Topics: Gay activists -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh River Valley (Pa.), Gay community -- Pennsylvania -- Lehigh...
Source: Le-Hi-Ho Records Collection, Allentown Public Library
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia
Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive
by Pennsylvania Diversity Network
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This is a collection of the Lehigh Valley's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community opinion and newspaper. The Valley Free Press was first published by RubyZebu Productions beginning in April 1998. Its editors were Elizabeth Bradbury and Patricia Sullivan, who were also co-founders of the Pennsylvania Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Political Action and the Pennsylvania Diversity Network. The Valley Free Press was renamed in 2005 to the Valley Gay Press. It ceased publication in 2016.
Topics: Homosexuality--Periodicals, Lehigh County--Pa., Bradbury--Liz, Sullivan--Patricia