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Stonewall 50 interview, with long time Chicago Gay Activist Elder John Weldt.
From Colorado but originating from a relatively conservative town in otherwise liberal Massachusetts, Stephen Weddig is interviewed by his child, Angela Weddig, speaking of his experiences with politics and historical events all the way from his childhood to his adulthood....
His coming out story and how the USAF (United States Airforce) reacted to his coming out.
Dan Belbey is 74 years old and lives in Greenville, SC with his husband Tom. The couple has been together for 48 years, married for five. Dan talks with Ivy Hill about his involvement in the Stonewall Uprising in New...
Growing up visually impaired, abused, and coming out stronger.
Broadway costume designer and dresser, Philip Stoehr frankly discusses how Stonewall touched his life and the origins of the oldest continually operating gay summer theater in the United States, The Cherry Grove Theatre on Fire Island.
Back in the day, it often took years for things that happened on the coasts to really impact the Heartland. The coincidences of Norm’s life in 1969, while traveling in Europe (on a trip earned as a reward for serving...
An Episcopalian minister in Georgia shares his experiences and advice for young LGBTQ people.
Interview with Susan Bishop about #StonewallOutLoud.
I interviewed Guy Robison about his life experiences and opinions on things in the LGBT+ community
A touching journey through the life of 2 gay men and their struggles.#stonewalloutloud
A retired teacher discusses growing up in New York City, coming of Age during the protests of the 60's and the 70's as a gay man in post-Stonewall New York, teaching, traveling, history and the movies.
An interview with a lesbian in Anchorage, AK about living in the LGBTQ community and growing up with it, as part of a national series documenting the stories of LGBTQ elders to preserve the history of the community.
Bryan and I discussed his young life and coming out, his family and the choices he has made that brought him to this day.
A life of change from ostracism and intolerance to being embraced and loved as one’s true self.
Margie, 63, interviews Phyllis, 85, about her work in the lesbian rights movement and the influence that she has had on Margie’s life.
Nancy Blanchard was 44 at the time of the Stonewall Uprising.
We talked about the community, how far it has come, and shared some stories from his lifetime and his experiences.