Lesbian and Gay Pride Week proclamations
Scope and Content
This collection contains three government-issued proclamations. The first was issued by Maynard Jackson, former Mayor of Atlanta, proclaiming that June 21-27, 1993 was "Lesbian and Gay Pride/Human Rights Week" in the City of Atlanta. The second was issued by Mary Davis, member of the Atlanta City Council, also proclaiming that June 21-27, 1993 was "Lesbian and Gay Pride Week" in Atlanta. She further proclaimed that June 28, 1993 was "Stonewall Anniversary Day" in the City of Atlanta. The third proclamation was issued by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners; it too proclaimed that June 21-27, 1993 was "Lesbian and Gay Pride Week" in Atlanta.
- Jackson, Maynard, 1938-2003 (Person)
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The Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Pride Committee was founded in the mid 1970s to organize pride events for Atlanta's lesbian and gay community. In 1980, the committee changed its name to include transgender individuals, becoming the Lesbian, Gay, and Transgendered Pride Committee. In 1993, due to the committee's efforts in legislative lobbying, Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson, the Atlanta City Council, and the Fulton County Board of Commissioners all issued proclamations declaring June 21-27, 1993 "Lesbian and Gay Pride Week."
System of Arrangement
This collection is arranged alphabetically according to titles supplied by staff.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was processed in 2018.
- Lesbian and Gay Pride Week proclamations
- Karissa Kang
- June 2018
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- Finding aid is written in English.