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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...
“One reason I love you so much is you know what I went through and you don’t feel threatened.” Larry Dearmon and Stephen Mills first met during the height of the AIDS epidemic. At StoryCorps, they looked back on the...
Jack Godby (77) speaks with God's Love We Deliver Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Ronnie Fortunato. Jack was diagnosed with HIV in 1985 and began receiving meals from God's Love in 2002, after having three strokes. Ronnie became his RDN in 2011,...
Jason Loper (43) and his friend Amy Short (43) reflect on their many years of friendship and remember when they came out to each other twenty-five years ago.
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...
In this discussion between a mother and daughter, Christina and Elizabeth Perez discuss the facets of Elizabeth’s life that have shaped her into who she is today. Beginning with her multiple moves as a child and her various exposure to...
The year's following Stonewall, the AIDS crisis, the joining of AIDS organizations, and the creation of the UN's first openly gay NGO
My father and I talked about his memories of the aides crisis. My intentions were to find out how different people of this time period reacted to the crisis.
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.
Dave and Steve interview each other about growing up Baptist, coming out and HIV-AIDS in Chicago in the '80's and '90's.
Interview with Kevin Winge of Minnesota discussing his many years working within the non-profit sector across various issues such as AIDS, HIV, food security, and about what inspires him to continue working.
Speaking to a survivor of a previous Pandemic as we live through the current Pandemic.
This is an interview all about the 1980s. All questions evolve around things that took place in the 1980s.
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.
I ask myself to recall the things in my life that profoundly gave way to my self evolution. I cover topics ranging from childhood sexual trauma to coming out, the my diagnosis of acute AIDS at the age of 31.
Our family’s history with hemophilia and its treatment complications, including HIV, Hepatitis, and inhibitors. As we near a cure, we remember the past.
This is my mom’s history as seen through the lense of AP US History. Diane W dives most deeply into the racial conflicts as seen in her experiences through the Rodney King race riots in the 90s. Being a Women’s...
Tom Hill discusses his childhood, his experience with addiction and recovery, and what gives him hope.
George Bickford (72) talks to his new friend Karen Morris (45) about being a gay man in the US Air Force in the 1970s. He remembers attitudes on homosexuality in the Military in the 1970s as "tolerant." He describes the...
Gay life in the New York City theatre world in the 1980’s and the impact of HIV and AIDS
David Radford first had an inkling that he was gay at eight years old. While watching Super Friends, he found himself attracted to Aquaman – not Wonder Woman, like his friends. David discusses the Shreveport gay party scene, Southern Decadence,...
A fathers life experience escaping from war and finding himself in two of the most populated american cities