Southern voice, September 14, 1989
|dc.coverage.spatial||United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta|
|dc.creator||Southern Voice (1988-2010)|
|dc.description||Southern Voice newspaper, also known as SOVO, was an alternative news source for lesbians and gay men in the greater Atlanta area and Southeast for over 20 years. It was a significant resource for the LGBT community in the Southeast from 1988 to 2010, providing in-depth information on topics such as the fight against AIDS, marriage equality, legal issues, workplace discrimination, and violence against gay individuals. Founded in 1988 with a bi-weekly circulation, it became a weekly publication in 1992, and remained so until its closure in 2010.|
|dc.description.abstract||Southern Voice, volume 2, issue 15|
|dc.description.tableofcontents||Clayton co. men accused of molesting youth in their custody, await trial date : Attorney says sexual charges are "malicious" allegations of teen -- An interview with Atlanta playwright Shay Youngblood -- Frank asks for ethics investigation himself : Openly gay congressman wants to make sure 'record is clear', expresses regret -- Assaulted MCC pastor changes story -- Gay big brothers OK in Richmond -- "Gay in America" series up for award -- Coast Guard gay inspired by Watkins -- Patrons of gay bar will receive $227,000 -- Out lines : Al Cotton takes "drag queens for $200" -- Simon Nkoli Day proclaimed in Atlanta -- San Francisco Examiner presents gay in America : Troubled teens ; Harvey Milk High -- Guest editorial : Negatively negative -- Activists question why state will let McAfee die -- Letters to the editor : "They say, 'get back,' we say, 'fight back!'" ; To our community : From Hotlanta River Expo ; Fly the flag! -- Inside the Washington lobby : Where we stand at half-time -- Heterodoxy : It's the thought that counts -- On coupling and staying that way : Permanent partners : Building gay & lesbian relationships that last -- Loretta's... home of the cutie pies -- Organizations -- ACT UP starts the Arts Festival their way -- Voice business clips : Highland Walk merchants enjoy open house -- Calendar -- The 1989-1990 Atlanta theatre season -- National AIDS Commission member Belinda Mason : At Bush behest, PWAs get a place ar the table -- Federal health officials urge use of AZT for HIV infected -- Project Open Hand, Macy's create "cause for celebration" -- PWA housing benefit at Deana's raises $6000 -- Ruling planets -- Dykes to watch out for -- Bittersweet -- Famous faces -- At the restaurants with Mac and Jac -- Vancouver's beauty will provide panoramic backdrop for Gay Games III -- Classifieds -- 11 months and counting... Gay Games set for 1990 will be show of gay power|
|dc.rights||The digital reproductions on this site are provided for research consultation and scholarly purposes only. To request permission to publish, reproduce, publicly display, broadcast, or distribute this material in any format outside of fair use please contact the Kennesaw State University Archives or the copyright holder.|
|dc.subject||AIDS (Disease)--Social aspects--Georgia--Atlanta--Periodicals|
|dc.subject||Civil rights movements--Georgia|
|dc.subject||Gay men--Southern States--Periodicals|
|dc.subject||Homosexuality--Social aspects--United States--Periodicals|
|dc.title||Southern voice, September 14, 1989|
|dc.rights.holder||Copyright: David R. Thompson|
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A significant resource for the LGBT community in the Southeast from 1988 to 1995, providing in-depth information on topics such as the fight against AIDS, marriage equality, legal issues, workplace discrimination, and violence against gay individuals.
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