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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.

Oral history with Boden Sandstrom, know for recording, engineering and mixing live music, especially within the women’s music and political communities. Later also ethnomusicologist and professor at University of Maryland.

Interview describes D.C. Latino Pride, Latino LGBT History Project, D.C. Latino Pride, D.C. Mayor's Office LGBT advisory council.

Conversation between RHP board members concerning relevance of lesbian history

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.

BonnieMorris_Transcription.pdf
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.
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