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Fundraising with Heart

By Grace Conroy Over 300 people attended the Art with Heart event in 2018, which raised $215,000 from the sale of artwork, some of which is shown here. Photo courtesy of the San José Clinic. People have come together to discuss important ideas and shared interests since the ancient Greeks and Romans. While these original assemblies centered […]

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Looking to the Next 100 Years

By Alondra Torres The San José Clinic opened its facility at 2615 Fannin in 2010. The state-of-the-art facility accommodated 27,940 patient visits in 2019 and in 2020, during the pandemic, provided 18,662 visits, including drive-through services. Photo courtesy of Wes Jackson, Ph.D. In a U.S. healthcare system trying to service hundreds of millions of people, many find themselves living without access to proper healthcare. Yet, […]

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Table of Contents 19.1 San José Clinic

Download the full pdf here19.1 Letter from the Editor, Debbie Z. Harwell 2From Fear to Faith: The Founding of the San José ClinicBy Karla Rodriguez6The Catholic Church and the San José Clinic: One Hundred Years of HistoryBy Miles Bednorz11San José Clinic Establishes its Place in Houston’s Medical MeccaBy Grace Conroy17“San José Saints”: Treating Patients from Head to ToeBy Grace Conroy, Caitlyn Jones, and Debbie Z. Harwell23Respect, Dignity, and […]

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18.2 LGBTQ+ HOU: Bayou City Proud – Letter from Editor

Letter from the Editor: Reflections on Love Debbie Z. Harwell, editor. Does anyone ever really forget their first love? Whether the relationship lasted a lifetime or ended too soon, it seems few people forget. In fact, the internet has an endless number of opinions and statistics on first loves. My first love was a gay […]

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100 Years of Stories

A new, collaborative approach to storytelling at the University of Houston has been sparked by a gift from UH friend and patron Carey C. Shuart. As a volunteer and supporter to many areas of UH for over thirty years, she saw the opportunity to bring together UH’s Center for Public History, Houston Public Media, and […]

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The Legacy and Career of Deb Murphy

By Logan French Members of Hatch Youth decorate their float in preparation for a Pride parade. Photo courtesy of the Montrose Center. I knew her as a woman who sat behind dark glasses with a nearly constant, slight frown. She was quick to tell you harsh truths, exceptionally stubborn, and possibly loved more intensely than […]

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Preserving Black LGBTQ+ History

By Erika Thompson On a brisk December morning, over flaky croissants and Parisian tea in dainty, porcelain cups, the answer was yes. Overwhelmingly, emphatically, unequivocally YES. There was no need to finish either the pitch or the ask; we were already completely on board. Houston LGBTQ activist Charles Law addresses a crowd during the 1979National March on Washington for Lesbianand Gay Rights.Photo courtesy of Botts Collection of LGBT History. It is a […]

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The Life and Times of Diana

By Christian Kelleher Tom “Ava” Osborn, David Moncrief, Charles Hebert, and the statue of Diana in the earliest known photograph of the Diana Awards, 1969, at the Windmill Theater. This photograph was scanned by Brandon Wolf from Tom Osborn’s collection, but the location of the original copy is currently unknown. Digital scan courtesy of The […]

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