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dc.coverage.spatialUnited States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta
dc.creatorSouthern Voice (1988-2010)
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dc.date.available2020-10-15T16:01:30Z
dc.date.issued1994-01-27/1994-02-02
dc.identifiersovo-vol06no49
dc.identifier.urihttps://soar.kennesaw.edu/handle/11360/4040
dc.descriptionSouthern 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.abstractSouthern Voice, volume 6, issue 49
dc.description.tableofcontentsNew leader, new emphasis : Perl-Jude Radecic, making her first stop in Atlanta since becoming director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, says the organization must organize at the local level to have success nationally. -- Straight students upset that lesbians can spend the night : The same-sex sleepover policy at Abraham Baldwin College unintentionally benefits lesbian couples -- Hussain named to NGLTF board -- Stonewall 25 ousts NAMBLA : In its meeting in Atlanta, steering committee votes to ban groups that advocate sex with minors from June's massive march -- Georgia HIV/AIDS lobbyist keeps an eye out for the unexpected -- "Tales" pulled in Chattanooga -- SC House passes anti-gay bills -- News -- Even cold and rain couldn't turn them around : A lesbian/gay contingent of 70 joins in the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday march -- Editorial : GPTV needs our support to counter "Tales" backlash -- Switched at birth -- Letters to the editor : Federal law offers protection "Philadelphia" ignored ; Headline pessimistic -- Southern queer-ies : Best use of Bawer's book is to thaw your pipes -- GLAAD news -- Camper -- Chemo increases cancer survival -- Experts continue to disagree about when to start mammography -- Women lawmakers push for breast cancer check-off -- D.C. doc reports good results with Interluken 2 -- New evidence found that gp 120 damages brain -- UGA researchers find way to isolate immature pneumocystis -- Form of B-6 block new HIV infection -- Ryan White's mother pushes ban on condom-equipped trading cards -- Eli Lilly & Co halts AIDS research -- Free eating disorders programs set for February 7-13 -- Fights over hate initiatives move through Oregon courts -- Fundies attack youth conference by filing obscenity charges -- Right wing tries to cut HIV funds -- Gay Games draws few local entries : But women and men who want to be part of Team Atlanta can still sign up during late registration, starting Feb. 1 -- Occasions -- Jerusalem House cited by HUD for innovative homeless service -- Scholarship competition opens -- An old favorite returns : For the leads in the touring company of "La cage aux Folles," the best of times is now -- Krewe-ing up for masquerade : Organizers expect 3,000 at this year's event, which brings a bit of Mardi Gras to Atlanta -- Calendar -- Night moves -- Homicidal lesbian terrorism - without guilt or apology : Diane DiMassa vents her rage at the patriarchy through Hothead Paisan, the comic book character who's become a popular warrior hero -- The prince isn't very fresh, but "Six degrees" still works : Will Smith's squeamishness about kissing men aside, the film adaptation of John Guare's play features strong performances by Stockard Channing and Donald Sutherland -- Restaurant listings -- Eat -- Dildonic cops aside, Judy Tenuta says she still loves Atlanta : On her way out of town, the commedienne stopped to chat with SoVo about Hillary, John-John, grungy models and why she likes queers -- Dish -- Star signs -- The mostly unfabulous social life of Ethan Green -- Organizations -- Outlines : Anthony Ricciardi -- Classifieds -- Teen Teatro takes its AIDS message to Kennesaw
dc.format.extent40 pages
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dc.rightsThe 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.rights.urihttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
dc.subjectAIDS (Disease)--Social aspects--Georgia--Atlanta--Periodicals
dc.subjectCivil rights movements--Georgia
dc.subjectGay activists--Georgia--Atlanta--Periodicals
dc.subjectGay men--Southern States--Periodicals
dc.subjectGay newspapers
dc.subjectHomosexuality
dc.subjectHomosexuality--Social aspects--United States--Periodicals
dc.subjectLesbians--Southern States--Periodicals
dc.titleSouthern voice, January 27 and February 2, 1994
dc.typeNewspapers
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dc.rights.holderCopyright: 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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