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Black leadership, Black gangs, will they united to rebuild Black America
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Black leadership, Black gangs, will they united to rebuild Black America

By Perry, Anthony

Beverly Hills, CA: Ant Valley Book Productions, 1995. Paperback. 35p., wraps stained and worn else good condition. Not found in OCLC as 4/2019. On the truce between African American gangs in 1992 in the Los Angeles area. The author wrote up the truce, and here praises the teachings of Elijah Muhammad. Includes a section "Treaty with the Jews.

$25.00

Cola me nigger
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Cola me nigger

By Manley, Andrew

[Los Angeles]: the author, 1988. Paperback. xii, 260p., wraps slightly shelf worn else very good condition. African American minister based in Los Angeles, California tells the story of his AmeriCola Beverage Corp.," by his claim "the first Black-owned Cola soft drink company in America." - blurb on rear wrap.

$75.00

2001 Pride Odyssey: 31st annual; official program for LA lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender Pride West Hollywood, California, USA June 16.17
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2001 Pride Odyssey: 31st annual; official program for LA lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender Pride West Hollywood, California, USA June 16.17

By Christopher Street West

West Hollywood: Christopher Street West & Omega Advertising, 2001. Magazine. 72p., 6.5x9 inches, news, services, resources, events, photos, map, ads, very good program booklet in stapled white wraps.

$15.00

Side by Side by Side: a Summer\'s evening of song with special guests, San Francisco Gay Men\'s Chorus, NYC Gay Men\'s Chorus Alex Theatre, Glendale, July 18th & 19th, 1997
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Side by Side by Side: a Summer's evening of song with special guests, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, NYC Gay Men's Chorus Alex Theatre, Glendale, July 18th & 19th, 1997

By Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles

Los Angeles: Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, 1997. Magazine. 12p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, participants, ads, bios, very good souvenir program of the event in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$20.00

Victoria [screenprint card]
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Victoria [screenprint card]

By [Ibanez, Antonio; Carlos Bueno, artists]

Los Angeles: Self Help Graphics & Art, [197-?]. Single sheet, approximately 10.4x7.4 inches, designed to be folded into a four-panel card with a blank interior, but this example not folded. Numbered 59/100 and signed Ibanez y Bueno in pencil. Very good. Ibanez and Bueno, a gay couple, were co-founders (together with Sister Karen Boccalero) of Self Help Graphics and Art, which continues the tradition of Latinx visual art to this day. The group is credited with popularizing the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, in Los Angeles in 1972, linking the Chicano community with its Mexican roots.

$125.00

Arrested = Tested: Protest [handbill] Thursday March 3, 1988
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Arrested = Tested: Protest [handbill] Thursday March 3, 1988

By Act Up/LA

Los Angeles: Act Up/LA, 1988. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed on pink stock calling out Sheriff Sherman Block and proposed legislation that would force arrestees to have an AIDS/HIV test.

$15.00

Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 7, No. 2, issue #286, January 9-15; Homosexual Gov\'t Planned  [headline]
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Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 7, No. 2, issue #286, January 9-15; Homosexual Gov't Planned [headline]

By Kunkin, Art, publisher and editor

Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 1970. Newspaper. 44p., in two sections as customarily issued, 17.5x11.5 inch folded tabloid, very lightly toned, illus., a bit of fraying, but otherwise a very good, well-preserved copy. The LA "Freep" was without question the most professional of all UG papers. Cover stories on three LGBT themes: Profile of Rev. Troy Perry and his MCC ministry; report on the West Coast Gay Liberation Conference and Symposium in Berkeley, and a lengthy piece by Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon on Lesbianism. Much cultural coverage: electronic music, records, and TV. Article on surviving in the wilderness after a car breakdown, report on Chicago Conspiracy "non-trial," and other news and ads of the era. The main cover headline - "Homosexual Gov't Planned" - turns out to be about a budding effort to establish a gay-only self-governing settlement in the boondocks.

$25.00

Victoria [screenprint card]
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Victoria [screenprint card]

By [Ibanez, Antonio; Carlos Bueno, artists]

Los Angeles: Self Help Graphics & Art, [197-?]. Single sheet, approximately 10.4x7.4 inches, designed to be folded into a four-panel card with a blank interior, but this example not folded. Numbered 98/100 and signed Ibanez y Bueno in pencil. Very good. Ibanez and Bueno, a gay couple, were co-founders (together with Sister Karen Boccalero) of Self Help Graphics and Art, which continues the tradition of Latinx visual art to this day. The group is credited with popularizing the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, in Los Angeles in 1972, linking the Chicano community with its Mexican roots.

$125.00

AIDS Prevention Team Treatment Update and Information: vol. 1, #3, February 1994; Thalidomide
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AIDS Prevention Team Treatment Update and Information: vol. 1, #3, February 1994; Thalidomide

Los Angeles: AIDS Prevention team, 1994. Four-panel newsletter,8.5x11 inches, article on Thalidomide and on the Tuskegee experiment, services and resources, staple holes in top & bottom margins for mailing.

$15.00

California Pictorialism. Organized by Margery Mann for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art January 7 - February 27, 1977
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California Pictorialism. Organized by Margery Mann for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art January 7 - February 27, 1977

By Mann, Margery, organizer; SF Museum of Modern Art Staff

San Francisco: SF MOMA, 1977. Paperback. 80p., nice exhibit / opinion / local boosterism presentation on sepia-toned glazed alkaline paperstock softbound in 12x9 inch decorated wraps. Mild edgewear, corner-tips a little turned, small splash stain to back cover, plates and text unmolested. A good copy. Uncommon images, but rather few visuals; expect text directing one to large holdings, and evaluations of California talent (often executed by immigrants from Germany, Netherlands and Nevada, by California women, by California Japanese, by Californians seeking out non-standard Californiana).

$17.00

Victoria [screenprint card]
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Victoria [screenprint card]

By [Ibanez, Antonio; Carlos Bueno, artists]

Los Angeles: Self Help Graphics & Art, [197-?]. Single sheet, approximately 10.4x7.4 inches, designed to be folded into a four-panel card with a blank interior, but this example not folded. Numbered 96/100 and signed Ibanez y Bueno in pencil. Mild handling, upper left corner has a crease. Ibanez and Bueno, a gay couple, were co-founders (together with Sister Karen Boccalero) of Self Help Graphics and Art, which continues the tradition of Latinx visual art to this day. The group is credited with popularizing the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, in Los Angeles in 1972, linking the Chicano community with its Mexican roots.

$95.00

The New INS vs. Lady Liberty [handbill]
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The New INS vs. Lady Liberty [handbill]

By Act Up/LA

Los Angeles: Act Up/LA, 1987. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, very good. Early Act Up/LA rally against the INS imposing testing on immigrants for HIV/AIDS.

$25.00

Crossing Boundaries: Jamex and Einar de la Torre, Steven La Ponsie, Ronald Gonzalez
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Crossing Boundaries: Jamex and Einar de la Torre, Steven La Ponsie, Ronald Gonzalez

By Schulz, Max F., Curator

Los Angeles: Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, 1999. Paperback. 47p., wraps, 8.5 x 9.5 inches, profusely illustrated, wraps worn else very good condition. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Fisher Gallery from November 18, 1999 to February 26, 2000. Jamex and Einar de la Torre are Mexican-American.

$20.00

East of the river; Chicano art collectors anonymous
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East of the river; Chicano art collectors anonymous

Santa Monica: Santa Monica Museum of Art, 2000. Paperback. 80p., wraps, profusely illus. with reproductions of materials used in the exhibition, 9x9.5 inches, wraps slightly worn else very good condition.

$12.00

Christopher Street West Gay Pride Celebration: Bicentennial issue July 4, 1976; We were there - 1776-1976
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Christopher Street West Gay Pride Celebration: Bicentennial issue July 4, 1976; We were there - 1776-1976

By Magill, Frank M., James Kepner, editors, Pat Rocco, photographs, Elaine Noble, Burt Pines, Rev. Troy D. Perry et al.

Hollywood: Christopher Street West Assoc, 1976. Magazine. 52p. includes covers8.25x10.75 inches, introduction, notes, essay by Kepner, essays, list of Southern California MCC churches, ads for local gay businesses, photos, illustrations, lightly-used souvenir magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. 1976 was the year the Association incorporated. Seventh anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

$45.00

National March for Women\'s Lives / March 16, 1986. Los Angeles, CA [pinback button]
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National March for Women's Lives / March 16, 1986. Los Angeles, CA [pinback button]

Los Angeles: National Organization for Women, 1986. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good. Depicts women holding a banner that says "Keep abortion and birth control safe and legal.

$12.00

Now Hear This! Gay Radio Comes to Los Angeles! [handbill/poster] (and it\'s about time!) The Gay Radio Collective Hour on KPFK
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Now Hear This! Gay Radio Comes to Los Angeles! [handbill/poster] (and it's about time!) The Gay Radio Collective Hour on KPFK

By KPFK/IMRU

Los Angeles: Pacifica Radio for Southern California & The Gay Community Services Center, 1974. Single 8.5x14 inch handbill/poster printed text-only one-side-only black on yellow light stock, fold crease in middle otherwise very good. Uncertain of the date of this poster. IMRU was started in 1974 as The Gay Radio Collective and/or The Great gay radio Conspiracy. In february of 1975 the title of the program changed to IMRU (I am, are you?) so this is likely late 1974. The segment "Dealing" was now handled by John Watson who took over from originator Richard Gollance and also mentioned on the handbill is Julian Bamford.

$45.00

One Institute Graduate School of Homophile Studies: Summer schedule 1982 [handbill]
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One Institute Graduate School of Homophile Studies: Summer schedule 1982 [handbill]

Los Angeles: One Inst, 1982. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, blue stock, yellowing to margins, printed one side only with the summer classes.

$12.00

Project 10 Handbook: addressing lesbian and gay issues in our schools; a resource directory for teachers, guidance counselors, parents and school-based adolescent care providers
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Project 10 Handbook: addressing lesbian and gay issues in our schools; a resource directory for teachers, guidance counselors, parents and school-based adolescent care providers

By Uribe, Virginia, founder

Los Angeles: Friends of Project 10, Inc, 1989. vii, 72p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, Gregory Thomas Cartwright's graduation speech at Fairfax High, background, handbook, appendixes, references, photos, very good booklet in spiralbound white glossy wraps.

$25.00

The 1982 Los Angeles Gay Pride Festival Exhibitors Application
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The 1982 Los Angeles Gay Pride Festival Exhibitors Application

West Hollywood: Christopher Street West Assoc, 1982. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet printed one side only with booth fees, descriptions of services and resources and a half-page application form on pink stock.

$12.00

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