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AEGIS is Newest Renaissance Affiliate (1991)

AEGIS is Newest Renaissance Affiliate (1991)
Source: AEGIS is newest Renaissance affiliate. Renaissance News, December, 1991, V. 5, No.12, p. 4







The Atlanta in the AEGIS acronym was soon replaced, as had been the plan from the beginning, with American, as the nonprofit I founded went national. We and the Renaissance Education Association affiliated early on.


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AEGIS is Newest Renaissance Affiliate


The national board of Ren­aissance has accepted another organization as an affiliate: the Atlanta Educational Gender Information Service (AEGIS) of Atlanta, a not-for-profit organiza­tion which disseminates information to persons interested in issues of gender.

AEGIS provides free referrals to support groups and gender clinics as well as free referrals to physicians, psychologists, psychi­atrists, social agencies and private social workers, ministers, and attorneys to those people not within range of a gender support group.

The organization recently hosted a private reception in honor of Car­olyn Crossey (Tula), welcoming her to Atlanta. Cossey is reportedly moving to the United States and will open a business in the Atlanta area.

The organization’s publications include the Chrysalis Quarterly, published four times a year, a series of booklets to aid in gender transition, and other publications in preparation.

AEGIS was founded by and is managed by Dallas Denny, M.A., a human service professional with knowledge of the professional  literature of gender issues and more than a decade of experience in the delivery of psychological services.

For more information about this newest Renaissance affiliate, write AEGIS at P.O. Box 33724, Decatur, GA 30033, or call (404) 939-0244.