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dc.contributorJean, Lorri
dc.descriptionIn this interview, LGBT rights activist Lorri L. Jean (Law ‘82), CEO of the Los Angeles LGBT Center, speaks on her life as a lesbian activist and movement leader, with special focus on her involvement as one of the lead plaintiffs in the landmark civil rights lawsuit filed in 1980 against Georgetown University by two student groups: the Gay People of Georgetown University and the Gay Rights Coalition of Georgetown University Law Center. The interview was hosted by GU Pride and co-moderated by GU Pride President Matthew Failor and Dr. Amena Johnson, Associate Director of the LGBTQ Resource Center at Georgetown University since 2019.
dc.publisherGU Pride
dc.titleA Conversation with Lorri Jean (Law '82)en_US
dc.contributor.repositoryDigital Georgetown
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