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Gay Spirit Visions organizes gatherings for gay men to explore their spirituality and identity in a safe, nurturing, and sacred environment. The Gay Spirit Visions Oral History Project contains an ever-growing number of interviews with attendees of Gay Spirit Visions events.
The Ron Lambe Papers consist of three scrapbooks, a small envelope of photographs, and a painting relating to Running Water retreat, 1978-1985.
Second Sunday was an organization founded in 1992 by Dr. Maurice Franklin and J. Stacy Grayson as a discussion group for Black gay and bisexual men in Atlanta, Georgia. It was predominately active from 1992-2003, followed by a brief re-incorporation in 2007. The Second Sunday records, 1995-2007, contain a summary of the organization’s history, meeting notes, lists of committees and members, event flyers, newsletters, press coverage, bylaws, and photographs.
Thomas H. Clephane collection of Gay Spirit Visions records, 1998-2017, consists of photographs, programs, poetry, rituals, and a small amount of correspondence from Gay Spirit Visions events and members.