Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS)
 

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Article

Publication Date

Fall 2006

Abstract

I joined CLAGS as a board member in 1994, at a transitional moment in its history. The grassroots activist project that Marty Duberman had started in his living room had been recognized as one of CUNY's Research Centers for only a short time at that point, and many people on the board struggled with what it meant to be institutionally affiliated. The board had grown from people Marty knew personally to a broader group of gay and lesbian scholars (or simply scholars working on gay and lesbian issues) recommended by others. For example, I was brought to the board by Alisa Solomon, and met Marty for the first time at my first meeting.

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This article was originally published in CLAGSNews, vol. 16, no. 2.

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