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Jean Ponton worked as a volunteer for Gay Fairfax TV, an important LGBT television show.

Isaiah Poole discusses his career as a journalist and advocate for newsroom diversity, including founding the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association and the Washington Association of Black Journalists.

GLAA Radio Ad Paperwork.pdf
The files related to creating the GLAA radio ad

A six minute video discussing new publications, gay book readership, featuring interview with Deacon Maccubbin, of Lambda Rising, and descriptions of latest books.

This is a video recording of a reunion held for the Gay Liberation Front DC.

Oral history with Fran Levine, co-­owner of Soho Tea & Coffee at 2150 P St NW, Washington, DC in Dupont Circle, the oldest independent Tea and Coffee house in DC who identifies as a lesbian woman. Interview by Autumn Eastman.

Oral history with Randy K., who talk about his work as an advocate and activist and work with D.C.'s HIPS program, which provides harm-reduction services for sex workers. Interview conducted by Caitlin Firmage.

Ken South recounts his coming(s) out, his relationship with religion, his work on HIV/AIDS, and his advocacy on LGBT aging issues.

Moriah Petty interviews Tom Bower, a Catholic gay-identified man who has lived in DC since the 1960s working in museums and organizing the LGBTQ Catholics and greater gay community.
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