Gay and Lesbian Humanist

Contents of the Spring 2000 Issue

News and Views Government kowtows to the churches over the repeal of Section 28.
Lib Dem MP supports GALHA – Dr Evan Harris MP joins panel of vice-presidents.
GALHA weekend gathering – a preview of this year’s event to be held in Bath.
Tatchell stands as a candidate for London Assembly.
Humanist millennium walk – from Belfast to Jerusalem.
World Watch – news from Australia, Europe, Italy and Slovakia.
Obituary Obituary for Nicolas Walter by Jim Herrick.
Obituary for Christine Cotton by Geraldine Jones.
Web Watch Religious ToleranceBrett Humphreys looks at some religious sites with a difference.
Features The Shambles of Section 28Terry Sanderson argues that New Labour is in part to blame for the shambles over the repeal of Section 28 and that religionists opposing repeal may have shot themselves in the foot.
Remember BrunoDan Bye describes the life and work of the Italian philosopher and scientist Giordano Bruno, on the fourth centenary of his death at the hands of the Inquisition in February 1600.
Paul CadmusWarren Allen Smith profiles the US painter who died last year at the age of 94.
CD Jim Herrick reviews Paul Bunyan, by Benjamin Britten and W. H. Auden, sung by the Royal Opera Chorus, with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House conducted by Richard Hickox; and Tchaikovsky’s Complete Songs, Volume I, sung by Ljuba Kazarnovskaya, with Ljuba Orfenova (piano).
Books Claire Hodgson and Allison Mosley review Lesbian Histories and Cultures, edited by Bonnie Zimmerman.
Arthur Astrop reviews Alistair Cooke: The Biography, by Nick Clarke.
Postbag Congratulations to G&LH; Baroness Young fails to substantiate her claims; and a plaudit for Peter Tachell’s article on Islam.
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