Southern voice, November 10 and 16, 1994
|United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta
|Southern Voice (1988-2010)
|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.
|Southern Voice, volume 7, issue 38
|Statewide gay political group forms : The Georgia Equality Project will unite urban and rural communities with a mission of diversity -- Appointment of new police chief signals hope, caution -- Paulding County to consider "family values" resolution : Commissioner says language would not single out gays and lesbians -- Strip club fired man with HIV, lawsuit charges -- disappear fear plays "censored" show in Alabama -- Cross burned on man's lawn in Va. -- S.C. gay center holds grand opening -- S.C. AIDS conference announced -- News -- San Francisco man shot in brutal hate crime -- HRCF moves up in civil rights coalition -- Canadian court hears spousal benefits case -- Guest editorial : Denial = death -- Letters to the editor : A letter from Coretta Scott King to Alachua County, FL ; Carbon copies -- Cleaning out my closet : Static on the radio - a small town grill -- Switched at birth -- Black gay group struggles to achieve national scope : Three years into its mission as a national organization, money is tight and membership disappointingly low -- National task force on AIDS drugs meets in Washington -- New look at breast cancer causes -- CDC adopts new TB guidelines for health care workers -- Oral drug promising against CMV -- Conference draws 2,000 AIDS workers to Atlanta : Surgeon General and CDC director were among keynote speakers at National Skills Builing Conference -- Between the sexes : The transgendered community, long silenced, is finding its voice -- Variety of firms target gay consumers at business expos -- Victory Fund holds candidate training here -- AIDS Survival Project holds rummage sale -- Wellness day for abuse survivors -- Occasions -- Living by the book : The unofficial gay manual is an insider's send-up fo gay male life in the '90s -- Dianne Wiest plays for camp in Woody Allen's latest film -- Calendar -- Geffen talks about work, love and money on '20/20' -- Nightmoves -- Eat -- Restaurant listings -- Compelling queer cinema marks last days of film festival -- Still sexy after all these years : Madonna comes back with "Bedtime stories" -- This ole hoe : Earthshakin' observations -- Organizations -- Outlines : Brian Helder -- Dish -- Star signs -- Dykes to watch out for -- Classifieds
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|AIDS (Disease)--Social aspects--Georgia--Atlanta--Periodicals
|Civil rights movements--Georgia
|Gay men--Southern States--Periodicals
|Homosexuality--Social aspects--United States--Periodicals
|Southern voice, November 10 and 16, 1994
|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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