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ID Number: 9776
Maker: Community United Against Violence; Tsung Woo Han
Technique: offset
Date Made: 1991
Place Made: United States: California, San Francisco
Measurements: 64 cm x 49 cm; 25 3/16 in x 19 5/16 in
Main Subject: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ)
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
PHWEET Community United Against Violence BLOW-OUT Noon March 6, 1991 San Francisco in memory of those who have been attacked and in celebration of our ability to defend ourselves CUAV as a community-based agency provides counseling and advocacy with the criminal justice system to victims of anti-lesbians/ gay violence. CUAV documents and publicizes incidents of anti-lesbian/gay rights, promotes self defense,and provides safety monitors for community events. The agency also offers community education programs regarding safety issues as well as the realities of lesbian and gay lives. To report incidents, seek assistance or more information, please call (415)864-3112 art direction Dominic Cappello design J. Michael Marriner whistle photo Tsung Woo Han whistler photo Marc Geller illustrations Kris Kovick & William Samios poster (C) 1991 cuav [union bug]

Acquisition Number: 1991-024

Copyright Status:
Under copyright; used by CSPG for educational and research purposes only. Distribution or reproduction beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners.

Exhibition Annotation:
Founded in 1979, CUAV is the nation’s first LGBTQQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) anti-violence organization. Its mission is to prevent and respond to violence against and within LGBTQQ communities through peer-based counseling, direct assistance, education and outreach, grassroots organizing, and policy advocacy. Born in the wake of the tragic murders of Harvey Milk and George Moscone, its early focus on addressing hate violence was expanded five years later to encompass domestic violence as well. CUAV is one of the first agencies in the country to acknowledge the gravity of domestic violence in LGBTQQ communities. As part of the broader LGBTQQ social justice movement, CUAV works with a range of community partner organizations and service providers to build the LGBTQQ communities’ capacity to respond to, heal from, and prevent all forms of violence.

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