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Oral history interview with Bryan Dalton, who cofounded Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies in 1992.

Tom Goss, a musician now living in Los Angeles, recounts his arrival in D.C . for seminary school, his musical career and its intersection with gay rights advances in the late 2000s, and meeting his partner.

Denise Bump, former owner of Lammas Books and a leader of the D.C. Women's Initiative, discusses finding and sustaining LGBT community and women's spaces in D.C. and elsewhere.

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AU student Rebecca Day interviews Dr. Bonnie Morris, a long-time resident of Washington, D.C. who identifies as a lesbian woman and works as a professor and writer.

Anne Scott discusses her life in the Washington DC LGBT community, highlighting her experience with Capital Pride (2005-2012).

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