Out in San Diego Week 36: April 8-12, 1985

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Note: Beginning-7:30: Special legal needs of Gay and Lesbian couples; 7:40- 14:50: The reorganization of national organizations for gay rights; 15:00- 20:55: Lesbian Nuns; 21:15- 29:30: Lesbian Nuns continued; 29:40 – end: Options: a gay and lesbian dating service.

Date: 1985-04

Out in San Diego Week 23: January 7-11, 1985

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Note: Beginning-8:00: 1984 in Review: Gay and Lesbian Themes in the Arts; 8:05-15:05: Assistant Pastor Sheila Rohls Metropolitan Community Church of San Diego; 15:10- 21:45-28:20: Gay and Lesbian Senior Citizens Miss Gay San Diego Pageant; 28:25- end: Roles in Lesbian relationships.

Date: 1985-01

Out in San Diego #11: June 20, 1984

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Note: Right channel drops out for about a minute at 00:3:52, and then again for 30 seconds at 00:05:25.

Series Title : Out in San Diego

Description: Out in San Diego (OISD) was an LGBT radio program that aired on KPBS in the mid-1980s. Producers included Rick Moore and Jeri Dilno, both active participants in the San Diego LGBT movement and local political organizations. This reel contains a show on the Holy Union, Beebo Brinker, and USDEC.

Date: 1984-06-20

Doug Moore Interview

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Description: The history of both Lambda Archives and San Diego Pride cannot be told without the name of Doug Moore. He has dedicated his life to the LGBT community, as well as preserving the history of Pride and LGBT history in general. Doug was raised in Santa Ana, and had family roots in San Diego where he moved in 1972. He came out in 1974. A minister in the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) took Doug to a meeting for the first San Diego Pride celebration at the first Center (on B Street) where Doug saw Nicole Murray-Ramirez speaking to 150 people sitting on the lawn. It was his introduction to activism, and he was hooked. By the next year, Doug was marching himself, and the year after that he was an organizer. Doug helped or led Pride for over 30 years. Doug served Pride in almost every capacity and has been a leader not only locally, but across the country and internationally. Doug’s work with Pride is also remarkable because of his commitment to recording history. Doug has compiled one of the largest collections of Pride materials in the world –including posters, buttons, t-shirts, programs, banners, photos, periodicals, and more, which he has given to Lambda Archives. It had grown to include over a thousand unique pieces occupying more than two storage units! So far more than half of that vast collection has been physically transferred to the Archives. The collection has been shown at events across the country and in Canada. Doug Moore was the President of Lambda Archives 2004-2006. He was instrumental in its founding in 1987, providing the large collection of LGBT materials he had at the time, thus helping Jess Jessop get the Archives off the ground. Doug also founded the North County Gay Association in 1978, and has volunteered for SAGE and The Center. He also served as treasurer for the Save Our Teachers campaign in 1978. Doug is also a San Diego LGBT Center Wall of Honor 2006 Honoree.

Date: 2016-04-29

Out In San Diego: Metropolitan Community Church San Diego

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Description: Out in San Diego (OISD) was an LGBT radio program that aired on KPBS in the mid-1980s. Producers included Rick Moore and Jeri Dilno, both active participants in the San Diego LGBT movement and local political organizations. This reel includes a show spotlight the Metropolitan Community Church of San Diego. MCC was founded in 1968, the first church group with a primary, positive focus on serving the faithful in the LGBT community. San Diego’s chapter was founded early in the church’s history, in 1970.