"'Gay Power to Gay People:' The Gay Liberation Front DC" Panel discussion

Title

"'Gay Power to Gay People:' The Gay Liberation Front DC" Panel discussion

Creator

Philip Clark (mod.); Nancy Tucker; Kent Jarratt; Brian Miller; Michael Yarr

Date

6/7/2014
Historical Society of Washington

Rights

The Rainbow History Project retains copyright of this panel and it is available for "fair use." Reproduction and commercial use of this material requires permission from RHP.

Coverage

Based on the lessons of the Civil Rights Movement, the Women’s Liberation Movement, and the anti-war movement, the Gay Liberation Front was one of many radical groups created the Stonewall Riots of 1969. Participating in protests, social organizing, and demonstrations, the GLF sought to change social norms and to obtain visibility and rights for all gay people. Branches were established across the country and often included a commune or social house around which activities evolved. In Washington, DC, the GLF house was based at 1620 S Street, NW.

Transcription

No, not yet transcribed

Original Format

Yes, audio recording available.

Also, video recording available via YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ5kqSmqChY&feature=share

Citation

Philip Clark (mod.); Nancy Tucker; Kent Jarratt; Brian Miller; Michael Yarr , “"'Gay Power to Gay People:' The Gay Liberation Front DC" Panel discussion,” Rainbow History Project Digital Collections, accessed April 25, 2018, http://rainbowhistory.omeka.net/items/show/4939177.