John L. Kavanaugh papers 1970-2011 1990s-2011

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John L. Kavanaugh papers 1970-2011 1990s-2011

Detroit social activist involved in GLBT organizations and activities. The collection consists of correspondence, essays and articles, e-mails, conference materials, organizational records, publications and articles on the subjects of GLBT history, gay civil rights, gay marriage, interracial and interfaith marriage, GLBT families, sexual and gender equality, violence against GLBT persons, religion and homosexuality, gay clergy, clergy with AIDS, and violence against GLBT persons. The collection also includes materials related to the development of public transportation in the Detroit Metropolitan area; election campaigns and vote suppression of ethnic minorities; and U.S. and international politics and economy.

4 linear feet (in 5 boxes) and 718 MB

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Kavanaugh, John L.

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St. Matthew's and St. Joseph's Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.)

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National Association of Black and White Men Together

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