Spectrum - Ottawa's Alternative
Vol.I, No.9

Year Published:  1978  
Pages:  8pp  
Inactive Serial

Resource Type:  Serial Publication (Periodical)
Cx Number:  CX805

Spectrum is a community oriented Ottawa newspaper which strives to cover a variety of areas such as informed discussion and opinion, alternative ideas and lifestyles, current events, community activities, resources for involvement, entertainment reviews and creative writing.

Abstract:  Spectrum is a community oriented Ottawa newspaper which strives to cover a variety of areas such as informed discussion and opinion, alternative ideas and lifestyles, current events, community activities, resources for involvement, entertainment reviews and creative writing.
A feature articles in this issue outline the work of an Ottawa group known as Access. Access is a pressure group which strives for broader availability of information at all levels of government. Much of the material in the article deals with methods of information retrieval in the library system. Another article written by a homosexual strongly challenges the stance taken by Anita Bryant toward gays. This article also contains reflections on the gay liberation struggle in North America.
Other articles focus on such issues as the rights of the disabled and handicapped, housing and health care,
A Calendar of Events Section provides an extensive outline of activities and resources in the Ottawa area, e.g. forums, films, workshops.

Periodical profile published 1978

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