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In terms of creating social structures and networks of support, similar to feminist political strategies of mobilizing social change through loosely connected writing collectives (Freeman, 2003: 22-31), the revolutionary act of black men loving black men and black communities was produced and distributed through a network of loosely connected literary collectives and support groups for black gay men throughout major cities during the 1980s: Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD) in New York, Men of African Descent in Detroit, the Sojourners Writing Collective in Chicago, and Black Gay Men United (BGMU) in Oakland, California.
(9) Freeman describes how the Pomos was formed from the Oakland writing collective BGMU: Before we were the Pomos, we were a theater workshop of BGMU.
Black Gay Men United (BGMU) was organized in Oakland, California, in 1986.