Hanging with Pop on a Saturday evening!

We chatted about life in the 1930’s from childhood memories of schooldays, ballfields and old radio shows, onto the declaration of war over the airwaves on Dec. 8th,1941. Memories of Grandpa and his athleticism and meeting Grandma at Stiehl’s..

Priest and Collegiate Athletics Superfan

When Paulist Fr. Bob O’Donnell was in high school, he mentored young kids from the poor side of town by playing basketball with them once a month. Today he’s still reaching out to young people through athletics–attending many of the...

Don Mccoy- a life of laughter and kindness

Don’s life began in rural Louisiana. Before he was 25 years old, he had traveled the US and settled in New York City where he finally reaized what it felt like to be completely free to be himself. He has...

John Michael Strange- A rich life revealed with love and empathy

Before there was social media, the LGBTQ community found our heroes and leaders in very few places that were public. We were (and still are) a local community that cling to each other for support and family. One of those...

Conversation with Yvonne part 2

Interview with Yvonne Ritter about her life as an LGBTQ pioneer, part 2: post-high school years.

“The hardest person to come out to was myself” Siobhan and Erin interview Anne and Mary

Anne and Mary have been married 30 years. Their niece Siobhan and her wife Erin interview them about their journey coming out to themselves and their families and building their lives together.

Harold Kooden PhD for Stonewall Outloud (Part 2)

The year’s following Stonewall, the AIDS crisis, the joining of AIDS organizations, and the creation of the UN’s first openly gay NGO