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Description from Deacon Maccubin, June 2018:
"The photo of the bearded long-haired hippie holding the proclamation is, indeed, me [Deacon] and it was taken in 1975. The African American man next to me is John A. Wilson who, at the time, was the…

Christina Cauterucci, who identifies as a queer woman, is a journalist in Washington DC, interviewed by Krista Gettle.

A native of Rhode Island, JD came to Washington, D.C., to attend Georgetown University. He discusses his activism in Rhode Island before coming to Georgetown, gay social patterns among young men in D.C., and attending being present at Supreme Court…

Oral history with Richard Davis, who shares his remembrances from over thirty years of active participation in the Washington DC LGBT community, including his work with the Gay Rights National Lobby and the Right to Privacy Foundation, competing as a…

Barry Robert “Bart” Forbes recounts his long career as a public television producer and political activist working on behalf of suburban gays and lesbians in Fairfax County, Virginia. Forbes’ accomplishments include the the founding of the Fairfax…

Helene Bloom is a lesbian woman and is co-owner with Fran Levine of Soho Tea & Coffee at 2150 P St NW, Washington, D.C., in Dupont Circle. Soho is the oldest independent tea and coffee house in Washington, D.C.

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
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