John E. Bush papers
Materials on the National Association of Black and White Men Together (NABWMT). Consists of NABWMT convention programs, newspaper clippings, flyer, program for Wellsville High School graduation (Bush was the commencement speaker), a letter, and Bush's keynote address for the 1986 San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Celebration. The collection is unprocessed. John E. Bush is a co-founder of Men of All Colors Together Boston (MACT) and served as a co-chair of National Association of Black and White Men Together (NABWMT) in 1988. He edited newsletters for both organizations, as well as the Boston Bar Study, an examination of the institutionalized racism in Boston's gay and lesbian bars, and “Reflections,” a collection of meditative essays by NABWMT members. MACT, a chapter of NABWMT, is the East Coast's oldest interracial gay organization. MACT engages in activism to address racism, sexism, homophobia, HIV/AIDS discrimination and other inequities. Accessioned 2012 Aug 28. Add to M177. 44/4
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0.15 cubic feet (0.15 cubic feet in 1 half-manuscript box.)