These records document the work of the California Lavender Smokefree Project throughout its five-year course.
The California Lavender Smokefree Project (CLSP) was established in 1995 by the Coalition of Lavender-Americans on Smoking
and Health (CLASH) and Community Focus, both of San Francisco, California. The organization began operation on what was originally
a two-year grant from the Tobacco Conrol Section of the California Department of Health Services of California's Proposition
99 funds (the Tobacco Tax Health Protection Act of 1998).
CLSP received the first statewide grant from that fund that focused on the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.
For the next five years, until July 1, 2000, it coordinated resource teams throughout California that developed and carried
out strategies to counter tobacco advertising in that community.
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