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10th anniversary preparatory materials

File contains materials relating to 10th anniversary of Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church in 2001. Materials include planning notes; memos; one program for Safe Harbour church service, held January 27, 2002; one printed copy of the web article Halifax church's mission: offer a safe place for gays by Alan McAvoy, published November 6, 2001; news clipping from the Daily News and the Chronicle Herald relating to the anniversary; one copy of the Safe Harbour press list; Eastlink Community Television coverage application forms; correspondence; three copies of a press release entitled Celebrating Our First Decade of Ministry, published October 16, 2001; and two advertisements for Singing God's Praises? An Evening with Rev. Delores Barry.

2008 Community Hero Awards

Series contains photographs taken by Dr. Brenda Hattie at the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project [NSRAP]'s first Community Hero Awards, held in October, 2008 at Pier 21. The event was hosted by Cape Breton-based comedian Bette MacDonald, and honoured Halifax-based LGBT activist Daniel MacKay for his service to Nova Scotia's LGBT community.

Acadia University speaking engagements

File contains materials relating to Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project speaking engagements at Acadia University. Materials include cue cards and speaking notes, two copies of the syllabus for Sociology 380X1 Lesbian and Gay Studies from the Winter 2004 and Winter 2006 semesters, related correspondence dated 2007, and notes.

Accepting 'I'm gay'

File contains one newspaper clipping titled "Accepting 'I'm Gay'" from The Mail Star, Saturday, September 16, 1995.

Acetate negatives for Halloween hoowwl and X's part II events

File contains acetate negatives of posters for events held at Rumours bar. File includes one negative for the Halloween hoowwl event, held on 1992-10-31; and one negative for the X's part II event, held on 1993-11-13.

Gay and Lesbian Association of Nova Scotia

Acetate negatives for New Years party, Black magic ball men's dance / Girlz just wanna have fun women's dance, and The birthday bash events

File contains acetate negatives of posters for events held at Rumours bar. File includes one negative for the New Years party, held 1985-12-31; one negative for the Black magic ball men's dance / Girlz just wanna have fun women's dance, held on 1993-08-13; and one negative for The birthday bash, held in 1993-11-20.

Gay and Lesbian Association of Nova Scotia

Acetate negatives for the You are here dance, Winter solstice dance, and A fantasy in black and white New Year's gala events

File contains acetate negatives of posters for events held at Rumours bar. File includes one negative for the You are here women's and men's dance, held on 1993-10-01; one negative for the Winter solstice men's and women's dance, held on 1993-12-17; and one negative for A fantasy in black and white New Year's gala, held on 1993-12-31.

Gay and Lesbian Association of Nova Scotia

Acetate negatives for Valentine's party, Rumours X's / Women's Wednesday, For the love of Amazons women's dance, and End of winter celebration events

File contains acetate negatives of posters for events held at Rumours bar. File includes one negative for the Valentine's party, held on 1989-02-11; one negative for Rumours X's / Women's Wednesday, held on 1992-11-14 and 1992-11-18 respectively; one negative for the For the love of Amazons women's dance events held on 1993-04-22; and one negative for the End of winter celebration, held on 1994-03-27.

Gay and Lesbian Association of Nova Scotia

Administrative records

File contains administrative records, including one policy protocol, one organization chart, one document outlining meeting protocols, a certificate of incorporation, a memorandum of association, and bi-laws.

Administrative records, correspondence, planning materials, reports, and press releases

File contains correspondence between AIDS Nova Scotia, elected officials, and other government staff; administrative guiding documents; fundraising guidelines and requests; project proposals, research materials and summaries; reports, press releases, and minutes from ANS other and Canadian AIDS groups; news clippings; and notes.

Administrative records, financial records, correspondence, press releases, and research fund committee records

File contains AIDS Nova Scotia internal reports, financial statements, memos and correspondence, press releases, and meeting agendas. File also contains background information on the ANS research fund and guidelines for applicants, agendas, minutes and reports from research fund advisory committee.

Administrative records, project proposals, reports, and correspondence

File contains administrative records of the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS] board of directors, including including meeting agendas and minutes, internal reports, memos and correspondence, and job descriptions. File also contains project proposals and summaries. Many materials discuss recent changes to the structure of ACNS.

Administrative records, project proposals, reports, and notes

File contains File contains AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS] administrative records, including meeting agendas and minutes, memos and correspondence, by-laws and other policies, strategic planning materials, organizational overviews, related notes, and a memorandum of association. File also contains project proposals and background information, working group notes, reports, and conference proceedings.

Administrative records, promotional materials, and notes

File contains one facsimile of the Memorandum of Association of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Youth Project society sent May 31, 2005; one pamphlet for the LGB Youth Project; one invoice for the purchase and set-up of a new server; one copy of the April/May 2005 issue of Young Gay America; 1 clipping from the Chronicle Herald dated June 29, 2005; one promotional flyer for various Lesbian Gay Bisexual Youth Project events over the summer of 2005; meeting minutes and agendas from May, 2005; one copy of terms of reference for the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Youth Project Youth Board; one flyer for the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Youth Project's Queer Prom '05; one copy of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Youth Project Policy and Procedure Manual, approved June 2004.

Administrative, reference, and promotional materials for Affirm United and St John's United Church

Series contains materials collected as part of Stewart's LGBT advocacy at St John's United Church in Halifax, and his subsequent involvement with Affirm United, an advocacy organization founded in 1982 that supports LGBTQ members of the United Church of Canada. Stewart was involved in the process of achieving Affirmed status for St John's United Church through the Affirming Ministries Program. Series contains articles, essays, and pamphlets regarding homosexuality and religion; informational documents associated with Affirm United and the Affirmation Congregation Program; manuals and other reference materials relating to the operation of Affirmed congregations; correspondence; issues of Consensus, the Affirm United newsletter; and issues of Open Hands, a journal published by Affirmations: United Methodists for Lesbian/Gay Concerns.

Advertisement regarding equal rights, Halifax Herald

File contains a one page advertisement from LGRNS urging readers to call their MP's in support of adding sexual orientation to Human Rights Legislation; this advertisement has been digitized and only exists in digital format due to preservation concerns. File also contains the receipt for the cost of running the ad.

Advocacy for transgender Nova Scotians

Subseries contains materials related to NSRAP's advocacy efforts for members of the transgender community in Nova Scotia, including lobbying and research related to gender confirming treatments and procedures, and planning and promotional materials for Transgender Day of Remembrance events. Series also includes workshop materials, educational resources, clippings, and correspondence.

Affirm United 10th anniversary pin

File contains two lapel pins produced to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Affirm United, an LGBT advocacy group with the United Church. Pins are in the shape of a pink triangle overlapping a navy blue oval, outlined in gold. Text on pins reads "1982—1992".

Affirm United flyers and reference materials

File contains flyers for Affirm United; one poster for Jesus for the Non-Religious, a lecture with the Right Reverend Bishop John Shelby Spong; pamphlets on homosexuality and the churchs; one cartoon about gay bashing; one pamphlet for St John;'s United Church; and one copy of the essay Supporting Our Gay Loved Ones : A Parents FLAG Perspective.

Affirm United reference materials

File contains reference materials relating to the operations of Affirm United. Materials include informational documents relating to Affirm mission and how churches can become a part of the organization, as well as articles, essays, and pamphlets regarding LGBT issues and Christianity.

Affirm United reference materials, correspondence

File contains one copy of appendix A of the PCPMM Accountability Report to General Council Executive, one copy of the Grace United Church Strategic Framework, one copy of Open Hearts : Resources for Affirming Ministries in The United Church of Canada, one copy of the Heterosexual Privilege Questionnaire; and correspondence.

Affirmative action booklet, Smashing Borders Opening Spaces conference pamphlet, patients rights pamphlet

File contains one booklet on affirmative action published by the Canadian Rights and Liberties Foundation in 1982, one pamphlet for the 1985 Smashing Borders Opening Spaces conference in Toronto, and one pamphlet from the Dartmouth Regional Library detailing books on the subject of patients' rights.

AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS]

Series contains materials relating to the formation and operations of the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS], a non-profit advocacy organization for persons living with HIV/AIDS based in Halifax. ACNS was formed in 1996 via the merger of two pre-existing organizations, the Nova Scotia Persons With AIDS Coalition and AIDS Nova Scotia, and still operates today. Materials in subseries include administrative records such as meeting notices, minutes, and agendas; memos and correspondence; planning materials for ACNS events; proposals, research materials, and reference materials; and notes.

AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia

AIDS Coalition pins

File contains two round, light pink pins with the image of a triangle that reads "COALITION".

AIDS Walk for Life pin

File contains one AIDS Walk for Life pin. Pin features a red ribbon and is printed with text that reads "AIDS Walk for Life —Marche Pour La Vie".
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