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Jeanne Córdova is a pioneer founder of the gay and lesbian movement in Southern California. Her life of activism includes organizing major conferences including the National Lesbian Conference (at UCLA, 1973); campaigning against Prop 6 and serving as Media Director for STOP Prop 64. She was a founder of many key organizations, such as the LA Gay Press Association, and was President of Stonewall Democratic Club. Córdova has combined community activism and publishing: she edited and published the Lesbian Tide and founded the Community Yellow Pages, the nation’s largest LGBTQ business directory, and has written extensively as a journalist and author. She has an MSW, masters degree in community organizing, UCLA 1972.