North Carolina Newspapers

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The Carolina Gay and Lesbian
Association is an "officially
recognized, semi-independent" student
organization at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. The CGIA is
funded by the democratic vote of the
Student Congress and through CGLA
fundraising activities.
© 1988 by the Carolina Gay and
Lesbian Association
All material appearing in Lambda
is protected by federal copyright law
and may not be reproduced, in whole or
in part, without the express permission
of the publisher.
Lambda can assume no liability
for errors, whether made by the
original writer or by Lambda in editing
or production, beyond the printing of a
correction or retraction.
Opinions expressed by columnists,
photographers or by any other artistic
expression are those of the writers and
artists and do not necessarily
represent the opinions of Lambda or the
Carolina Gay and Lesbian Association.
Publication of the name, photograph or
likeness of any person or organization
in the articles or advertising in
Lambda does not imply and is not to be
construed as any indication of the
sexual orientation of such persons or
We welcome your comments,
criticisms, and information. If you
would like to be part of the staff,
call the CGLA office; if no Lambda
staff member is available, then we'll
return your call.
TamhHfl is distributed free on the
UNC-CH campus at the Carolina Union and
many campus libraries. Subscriptions
by bulk mail in a plain envelope are
$5.00 per year (see subscription form
elsewhere in this issue).
Carolina Gay and Lesbian Association
CB# 5210,Carolina Union Box 39
Univ. of N.C. at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
216-B Carolina Union
(919) 962-4401
Editor: Lisa Heineman
Advertising Manager: Pippa Holloway
Subscriptions Manager: Michae1
Contributing Writers: Liz Stiles,
Patrick Lamerson, Pippa Holloway,
Michael McClellan, Kim Savage, Demian,
and Lisa Heineman
Saturday, April 29, 8 PM and Sunday,
April 30, 7 PM. "An Evening (two
evenings?) With Leslea Newman."
Poetry reading and production of
her play. After All We've Been
Through. $6, $5 with student ID.
Community Church, 106 Purefoy Rd.
CH. For reservations, 929-6433.
Saturday, May 6, 8 PM. War Resisters'
League presents Hunter Davis in
concert. $7 in advance, $9 at
door. Tickets available at
Internationalist (CH),
Ladyslipper (D), Regulator (D),
Crickets (R), White Rabbit (G),
write WRL/ 604 W. Chapel Hill
St./ Durham, NC 27701, or call
682-6374. Eno River Unitarian
Fellowship, 4907 Garrett Rd.
Saturday, June 24. 1989 North Carolina
Lesbian and Gay Pride March and
Celebration in Raleigh. Join us
for the 20th anniversary of the
Stonewall uprising! Other events
of Pride '89 week will include
the Stonewall Supper and the
Annual Lesbian and Gay Health
Project Dance (June 23). For
more information, or to
volunteer, call 942-3858 or 682-
Largest Gay & Lesbian
Selection in
Chapel Hill
Progressive Books,
Buttons, Cards,
and Periodicals
408 W. Rosemary St.
Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514
Sat-Wed 12-6pm
Thu-Fri 12-9pm

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