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Azalea: A Magazine by Third World Lesbians was a quarterly periodical for black and Latina lesbians published between 1977-1983[1] by the Salsa Soul Sisters, Third World Wimmin Inc Collective.[2] The group formed in 1974, growing out of the Black Lesbian Caucus of the New York City Gay Activists Alliance (GAA).[3]

The collective also published the Salsa Soul Sisters/Third World Women's Gay-zette, (published: c1982)[4][5][6]

Contributors Edit

  • Donna Allegra
  • Becky Birtha
  • Linda Jean Brown
  • Robin Christian
  • a. S. Natwa
  • Joan Gibbs
  • Julie Blackwomon Carter
  • Sapphire
  • Robinet LaVerne Christian
  • Michiyo Fukaya (Michiyo Cornell)

References Edit

  1. Lesbian and Gay Periodicals”, The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, <http://www.clga.ca/Material/PeriodicalsLGBT/inven/PeriodicalsInventoryA-B.htm>. Retrieved on 24 March 2008 
  2. Shockley, Ann Allen. The Black Lesbian in American Literature in Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology, ed: Barbara Smith, Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, 1983
  3. Beemyn, Brett Genny (2004), “African Americans”, glbtq.com, <http://www.glbtq.com/social-sciences/african_americans,3.html> 
  4. Lesbian and Gay Periodicals”, The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, <http://www.clga.ca/Material/PeriodicalsLGBT/inven/PeriodicalsInventoryP-S.htm>. Retrieved on 24 March 2008 
  5. Covina, Gina/Galana, Laurel. (The) Lesbian Reader: An Amazon Quarterly Anthology, Amazon Press 1975, ISBN 0960962603
  6. D'Emilio, John. Making Trouble: Essays on Gay History, Politics, and the University, Routledge, 1992 p261

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