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Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Bisexuals Of Colour Collection

Scope and Contents

The collection comprises of material produced by Bi’s of Colour (zines, reports, badges and other publications) alongside material collected from other bisexual initiatives, including publications, t-shirts, leaflets, badges.

Dates: 2015 - 2021

Interview with Femi Otitoju, March 2009

Identifier: ORAL/1/29
Scope and Contents Track 1: 01:11:24 minutes[00:00:24] Femi introduces herself. She came to England with her mother at 6 months old by boat in 1958. They lived in London and then Femi lived with various foster parents in Sussex and attended a boarding school in Maidstone, Kent. She and her cousin were fostered by an 18 year old woman in Worthing, Sussex. This was a very positive experience for her and she developed a strong sense of self. She was taken back to London by her mother at...
Dates: March 2009

Interview with Linda Bellos, OBE, 2009

Identifier: ORAL/1/4
Scope and Contents [00:00:13] At birth Linda Bellos was given her father's surname, Adebowale, and two first names: 'Bandile', which is Nigerian, and what she considers 'the dreadful English name of Linda'. The surname Bellos comes from her former husband and the father of her children. It was as Linda Bellos that she 'realised her identity' so decided to keep the name. She is 'not Mrs Bellos or Linda' she is 'Linda Bellos' (and is referred as such throughout the summary).[00:01:09]...
Dates: 2009

Interview with Valerie Mason-John, February 2009

Identifier: ORAL/1/23
Scope and Contents Track 1, 00:48:02 minutes[00:00:13] Valerie was born in Cambridge, 22 November 1962, and is both a writer and a trainer in conflict resolution and anger management. She draws on her historical research and knowledge to talk about a Black women's movement existing as the result of slavery and the difficulties working mothers had on arriving from the West Indies in the 50s and 60s. This centered around finding adequate housing and childcare and the finding of white foster families...
Dates: February 2009

Lesbian and Gay Rights, c. 1986

Identifier: DADZIE/4/17
Scope and Contents

Leaflet for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Haringey

Dates: c. 1986

Material relating to campaigning project 'Big Up', led by The Gay Men's Health Charity' (GMFA)

Identifier: GMFA
Scope and Contents GMFA's campaign 'Big Up' set out to raise awareness about Black gay men's health and HIV in the Black community. It was a volunteer working group operating through the charity GMFA and funded by the Big Lottery Fund.The material includes:1. Poster: 'HIV is a Virus: it has no race, gender or sexuality' (and duplicate)2. Poster: 'Be Switched On', on the subject of embracing diversity in the community (and duplicate)3. Postcard: 'HIV from the...
Dates: c2008-2010

Papers of Valerie Mason-John

Identifier: MASON-JOHN
Scope and Contents Material relating to Valerie Mason-John's work including:6 VHS videos: 2 videos labelled 'Brown Girl in the Ring', 1 video labelled "Queenie's Show Reel", 1 video labelled "Body Politics and Dirty Smile 1993," 1 video labelled "Labismina: A Survivor of Child Sexual Abuse Returns from the underworld" and 1 video labelled "Fuzzy Dames at the Oval House;"1 90 minute cassette tape labelled "Black Women Speak" and 1 90 minute cassette labelled "Greta 1" on side A and...
Dates: c1989-1999