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Steve Desroches (48) talks to Char Priolo (79) about being a member and co-founder of the pioneering all lesbian musical comedy revue The Fabulous Dyketones.
Board of Directors Storytelling Project: In our fourth StoryCorps conversation, listen to an intergenerational chat between our Board members Barbara Kivowitz and Michelle Maalouf. They talked about their career paths, the importance of intergenerational relationships in their lives, and how...
Board of Directors Storytelling Project: Our third StoryCorps conversation is between San Francisco Village Executive Director Kate Hoepke and Board member Dr. Wayne Pan. Kate and Wayne shared personal stories that led them to be where they are today. They...
Board of Directors Storytelling Project: Our second Storycorps conversation is between SFV Board Members Steve Hayashi (78) and Jason Dare (49). Amidst many laughs, they speak about how their paths led them to SFV, hobbies which included volunteering as a...
Board of Directors Storytelling Project: Our first StoryCorps conversation is between SFV Board Co-chair Bill Haskell (77) and Board member Liv Schaffer (31). In this inspiring conversation, Bill and Liv talked about many things including people who have been instrumental...
Steve Desroches (47) talks to his friend Christopher Sousa (53) about being an artist in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
In honor of Latino/a and Hispanic Heritage Month, San Francisco Village Wellness coordinator Jessica Da Silva (34) interviews SFV member George Woyames (77) about what he would want other generations to know about being Latino in his generation.
Dana Bolles works for the Science Engagement and Partnerships Division at NASA Headquarters. She was first hired as a Payload Safety Engineer with the Kennedy Space Center and since then, has worked at four NASA centers in mission support roles...
Ripley Hotch, 77, puts his perspective on what has changed and what has remained in the LGBTQ "community" over the past 50 years by sharing anecdotes from growing up as a member of the “Lucky Few” gay generation. These include...
I interview Ray Rudolph on LGBT history in San Francisco and talk about my own experiences with the LGBT community