Julie Glamuzina  [image: Gareth Watkins]

Julie Glamuzina

Julie Glamuzina

In this podcast Julie talks about documenting lesbian political activity pre-homosexual law reform, her involvement in various movements in the 1970s and 1980s and the importance of taking direct action.

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Record date:31st October 2015
Interviewer:Jac Lynch