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The Ted Sahl Social Justice Collection represents the work of local photojournalist Theodore Sahl (Ted). A long term resident of San José, Sahl, documented social, political, and cultural events in the Bay Area through photography. His early work largely focused on theLesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community in San José, but he also documented a range of social protest movements andpolitical events from the 1970s to the present. This collection represents the culmination of his work over the last thirty years, and is acompanion to the Ted Sahl Collection, which documents the LGTB community from 1976-2001, and the Black Americana Collection.

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The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Martin, Sheen, Mr., 1940- AIDS activists
Antinuclear movement -- California -- Livermore
California--Politics and government
Civil Rights--Gay Rights
Demonstrations--United States--1970.
Gay liberation movement -- California -- Santa Clara County
Gays -- California -- San José -- History
Gays--California--San Jose--Political activity--History--20th century.
GLBT studies
LGBT studies
Peace movements -- San Francisco Bay Area -- California
Political activists--California
Queer studies
San Jose State University (Calif.)

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