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Birmingham activists just changed hats, 1970s


Betty: “In the ‘70’s, the started, but also the , and GLF ().

Around that time a mixture of gay and lesbian people including and put on a musical starting with the song “There’s no business like CHE business” which was getting at the .”

I think wrote , a Birmingham gay and lesbian newsletter or magazine that came out but it wasn’t around for very long.”

Gill: People just changed hats, people like Ann, , Ro Clayton, , and later , were all very involved in organizing things. was involved in things in the earlier days, then went down to London. Ann I think went down to London to work, it may even have been for by the time she went down to London.”

Contributed by: Gill Coffin, 63, Betty Hagglund, 50

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