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Lancaster University announces "Gay Rights in Everyday Life: Then and Now" lecture

John Freeman

Lancaster University has announced announce an additional free public lecture as part of its celebrations for LGBT History Month.

In 1982, Chris Creegan organised Gay Rights '82, a series of films and discussions about gay rights in everyday life, on behalf of Lancaster University Students' Union. Chris went on to spearhead the drive for lesbian and gay equality in the trade union movement in the 1980s. He remains active on LGBT issues and is a regular commentator on attitudes to sexuality.
In this talk, he will offer his personal reflections on life as a gay student in the early 1980s and the seismic changes in British society which have taken place since.
• Gay Rights in Everyday Life: Then and Now 6-.30 - 7.30pm Thursday 15th February 2018 The Marcus Merriman Lecture Theatre, Bowland North, Lancaster University. A map of campus can be found here A 30 minute lecture with opportunities for Q&A