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- Rainbow Elder Care of Greater Dayton 15
- Friendship Centers 12
- DOROT 8
- Sage 7
- Chicago Dyke March 2 45 more
- English 3
Jim tells the story of his own coming out process and how he has helped shape/guide the Dayton LGBTQ community through important pivotal periods and events since the 1980s, including a protest that led to the ouster of the editor...
Fred Poland started the Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus in 2003 and has helped lead the Chorus to become of one of Dayton’s most revered cultural/arts organizations. The Chorus has served as refuge and family for its members and helped create...
Dayton-area lesbian Janice James gives a tour of former lesbian and gay bars on the near West side of Dayton.
LGBTQ+ Her/History Project Steering Committee member Sue Elam interviews Pam Conine, Mayor of Yellow Springs, Ohio. Pam is a lesbian who shares her story about thriving in the Miami Valley as an out lesbian.
Nancy Blanchard was 44 at the time of the Stonewall Uprising.
Janice James has been an out lesbian for a long time in Dayton, Ohio. She shares some her many experiences, including her opinions about the general lesbian community and her hopes for the future.
Janice James started coming out at age 13 in 1960s in Dayton, Ohio. As an adult, she served on board of the Dayton Gay & Lesbian Center for a couple of years and also started a social dinner club for...
Janice James started coming out as a lesbian at age 13 with her first love for a neighbor girl in the 1960s. Since then, she’s survived stigma, mental health struggles, intimate partner abuse, a name change and ultimately a life...
Dayton-area physician Dr. Robert Brandt Jr. and former Ohio Dept. of Health Epidemiologist Lois Hall share their journeys as two principal people in the fight against AIDS in the 1980s and early 1990s in Ohio.
Gay life in the New York City theatre world in the 1980’s and the impact of HIV and AIDS
Sandy discuses her experience coming out later in life after being in a straight marriage and how her world did and did not change during that transition, as well as the work she has done and currently does advocating on...
Amy has lived her life with the intention of making the world a better place by being there for others in whatever way she can – as a gay woman, a mother, a neighbor, community member and friend.
Lee discusses the sociopolitical existence for LGBTQ and/or African-American people and in the age of a politically conservative culture with Donald Trump in the White House.
Black gay men must be seen, heard, affirmed and respected. Lee Perry has worked for years to help accomplish that — from serving on the board of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center, helping plan the annual Pride parade, and now...