Series contains duplicate programs, flyers, and other promotional materials from fonds in the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive. Materials in series include flyers and event cards for the Halifax Fetish Ball, flyers for a speaking engagement and meet and greet with South African political activist Simon Nkoli, flyers and programs for the Awake The World HIV/AIDS awareness event, and programs and program inserts from Mr. Atlantic Canada [M.A.C.] Leather contests.
File contains two copies of a flyer advertising events in Halifax featuring Simon Nkoli, a gay South African political activist. Events include a talk held at Rumours bar, and the preceding meet and greet held on the same date at Veith House.
Subseries contains duplicate issues of Gaezette, a publication which was originally published as the newsletter for the Gay Alliance for Equality. It was published by a non-profit collective between 1984-1995, when it changed its name to Wayves. It existed to inform lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender people across Atlantic Canada of activities in their communities, and to promote those activities and support their aims and objectives.
File contains one pin produced in support of activist Karen Andrews and her struggle to have her same sex partnership and co-parented children recognized as a family under Ontario health legislation. Pin has a white background and is printed with white text that reads "WE ARE FAMILY—Karen Andrews/Local 1996—Access to OHIP Committee".
File contains mail-out materials produced by Lesbian and Gay Rights Nova Scotia [LGRNS] advocating for the inclusion of protections relating to sexual orientation in the Nova Scotia Human Rights Act. These protections were successfully added to the Act in 1991.
File contains pamphlets produced by Lesbian and Gay Rights Nova Scotia [LGRNS] advocating for the inclusion of protections relating to sexual orientation in the Nova Scotia Human Rights Act. These protections were successfully added to the Act in 1991.
File contains three copies of the script for the short play Jeopardy, written and performed by members of Lesbian and Gay Rights Nova Scotia [LGRNS]. The play was performed at a demonstration advocating for the addition of legal protections based on sexual orientation under the Nova Scotia Human Rights Act. These changes were eventually enacted in 1991.
Collection contains duplicate materials from fonds in the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive. Materials in collection include posters; programs, flyers, and promotional materials; pamphlets and outreach materials; and wearable ephemera including buttons and pins, badges, medals, clothing, and other regalia. Materials in series relate to Halifax Pride and other pride celebrations, political demonstrations, Lesbian and Gay Rights Nova Scotia [LGRNS] operations and events, Halifax Fetish Ball and Mr. Atlantic Canada [M.A.C.] Leather events, Gay and Lesbian Association [GALA] meetings and operations, events held at Rumours bar, LGBT films, and other LGBT causes and events.
Series contains duplicate copies of magazines, periodicals, newsletters, and zines from the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive. Series primarily contains issues of Gaezette, Wayves, the Wayves literary supplement Punoqun, as well as zines.
File contains posters for the 2005, 2007, and 2009 Mr. Atlantic Canada Leather [MACLeather] contests. Contests were held in Halifax; Petit-Rocher, New Brunswick; and Saint John, New Brunswick respectively.
File contains three copies of the event card for the Mr. Atlantic Canada Leather [MACLeather] 2007 contest, titled Pirate de la Chaleur. Contest was held in Petit-Rocher, New Brunswick on September 2, 2007.