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San Diego LGBT Center 1991-1996


Description: This video is focused on the San Diego LGBT Center between the years 1991 and 1996. The Center is a local non profit which provides extensive mental health services, housing for homeless LGBT youth, retirement care for the elderly, and numerous other programs and services for youth, seniors, families, men, women, Latinos, African Americans, Asian-Americans, and those struggling with HIV/AIDS.

Date: 1996

Tracie Jada O’Brien Interview


Description: Recorded as part of the Lambda Archives of San Diego’s 20th anniversary.

Since surviving the mean streets of San Francisco’s Tenderloin District in the 1970s as a young transgender street kid, Tracie Jada O’Brien has become one of the most respected and elegant role models of our community – a testament to beauty, survival and perseverance. O’Brien is a certified addictions treatment counselor and spent six years as a counselor and coordinator of Extend Services at Stepping Stone of San Diego, a nationally renowned Alcohol and Drug Treatment Facility specific to the GLBT community. O’Brien is also the co-founder of Transaction, San Diego’s first political/social/transgender group that succeeded in having cross-dressing laws in the county repealed. O’Brien is active with the San Francisco Transgender Law Center, The California Transgender Leadership Summit, The California Office of AIDS Transgender HIV Equality and Party Conferences, and the Center of Excellence for Transgender HIV Prevention. She is also the coordinator of the Family Health Center’s Project S.T.A.R.,which provides services for the transgender community.

Date: 2007-11-04

Gay Pride 1995


Description: Documents San Diego Pride in 1995. It includes an interview with Morris Kight, and a tour of the Lesbian and Gay Historical Society of San Diego (now Lambda Archives) and GLLO Art Gallery booths. Morris Kight was a political activist involved in many civil rights and labor movements. He founded the Gay Liberation Front in Los Angeles in 1969, the third in the country, and cofounded the Christopher Street West gay pride parade in LA in 1970, the Stonewall Democratic Club in 1975, and other organizations and events.

Date: 1995