Fifty people signed up as members and on May 20, , the first official steering committee of Janna Zumbrun and Steve Thomas as co-chairs; Donna Johnson as chair of the finance committee; Scotty Scott as chair of political action committee; Ed Scarbrough as recorder; Ginny Cleaver as chair of the program committee; and Arnie Fleischman as chair of legislative relation, were elected. Collection is arranged into five series: Citizens for a United Austin was an organization formed in the early s to defeat the discrimination ordinance proposed by the Austin Citizens for Decency. Newspaper and magazine articles, informational pamphlets and bulletins, correspondence, reports and questionnaires make up the majority of the series. The Austin History Center AHC is the owner of the physical materials in the AHC collections and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. In the winter of it was decided that it was an opportune time to organize a political caucus that would focus political action on issues related to discrimination.
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Telephone bills, bank statements, receipts, and newsletter galleys deaccessioned. Included are press releases, fliers and newspaper clippings from the organization. Citizens for a United Austin was an organization formed in the early s to defeat the discrimination ordinance proposed by the Austin Citizens for Decency. Austin City Council candidate endorsement ballots and questionnaires, , undated. Accessing Materials Described Here. The meeting minutes for both the steering committee and the general member meetings provide insight into the internal workings of the organization as well as the local and national issues ALGPC was most concerned about such as the Fair Housing Ordinance, Domestic Partner Legislation, the "gay census project," voter registration, political endorsements and having LGBT representation on City of Austin boards and commissions. ALGPC shall also work in coalition to combat other forms of discrimination, including but not limited to gender, race or ethnicity, age, religion, disability or economic condition.