Bruce Galloway

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Bruce Galloway was a gay activist and writer.

"I met Bruce Galloway at the Union of Liberal Students (ULS) conference in 1983, the first out gay person I had ever met. He was chair of the gay liberals (I forget what they called themselves then) and I was completely shocked when not long afterwards he committed suicide."[1]

Some of his papers are preserved at the Hall-Carpenter Archives as file number HCA/CHE2/13/3[2]

His published works included:

  • Prejudice and Pride: Discrimination Against Gay People in Modern Britain. Routledge, 1983
  • Grass Roots: A Campaign Manual for Gay People. Grass Roots Group, 1983

References

  1. :http://www.libdemvoice.org/who-are-your-lgbt-heroes-49420.html. Caron Lindsay, "Who are your LGBT heroes?", Liberal Democrat Voice, 14 February 2016. Accessed: 2016-06-25. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/6iXFXZCD2)
  2. http://archives.lse.ac.uk/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Catalog&id=HCA%2FCHE2%2F13%2F3 Hall-Carpenter Archives