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Bruce Garside

Bruce Garside was a social worker, academic, and journalist. He initiated a course at McGill University entitled “Biology and Social Change” with Linda Page-Hollander and John Southin which led to the formation of the group Gay McGill.

Names Bruce Garside (Main)
BE [n73.111]
Related Pages https://lglc.ca/person/BGARS/
Activist [Yes - Pro]
Identities Gay
BG [n75.121]
Occupations Academic
1971/09

https://lglc.ca/event/n71.78

Journalist
1972/11/24

https://lglc.ca/event/n72.103

SocialWork
1975/07

https://lglc.ca/event/n75.121

Associated People https://lglc.ca/person/JSOU/
(Coactivists)
Personal
Social
1973/10

https://lglc.ca/event/n73.111

https://lglc.ca/person/WAIT/
(Coactivists)
Personal
Social
1973/10

https://lglc.ca/event/n73.111

https://lglc.ca/person/JSOU/
(Coworkers)
Professional
Occupational
1971/09

https://lglc.ca/event/n71.78

https://lglc.ca/person/JSTI/
(Coworkers)
Professional
Occupational
1975/07

https://lglc.ca/event/n75.121

https://lglc.ca/person/LPAG/
(Coworkers)
Professional
Occupational
1971/09

https://lglc.ca/event/n71.78

https://lglc.ca/person/MBOG/
(Coworkers)
Professional
Occupational
1975/09

https://lglc.ca/event/n75.121

Associated Places Androgyny Books (Owner)
1973/10

ABCEFGHI [n73.111]

Associated Organizations https://lglc.ca/organization/GMU/ (Member)
1973/10

BCE [n73.111]

https://lglc.ca/organization/VMSSC/ (Counsellor)
notAfter(1978/02)

BCE [n78.92]

Associated Periodicals https://lglc.ca/periodical/p223/ (Journalist)
1972/11/24

BCE [n72.103]