Craig White on What He's Learned from Helping Schools Become More LGBTQ-Affirming with the Campaign for Southern Equality

Craig White, Supportive Schools Coordinator for the Campaign for Southern Equality, reflects on growing up in rural Maine, coming out as bisexual, and supporting young people in their own journeys along the way.

CHI003157
40:55
Donald Bell and Jack Rothmund

Donald M. Bell (70) is interviewed by his friend and colleague Jack Rothmund (22) about his family history, coming out as a gay man, and the ways Chicago has shaped his life as an activist for the LGBTQ+ community.

Us during Stonewall and after…

The photo featured here is from 1992, our first year together. When Stonewall happened, neither of us knew. We became a couple in Chicago 23 years later. The chorus of CeCe Peniston’s “Finally,” a tune that was popular during our...

Stephenson & Darby — Stonewall OutLoud – Intergenerational

Stephenson and Darby discuss their lives as trans people–one from the perspective of a young trans man (19). The other from the perspective of an older trans woman (58).

Dan Belbey in Greenville, SC talks about being a part of the Stonewall Uprising: "You Need to Take a Stand."

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...

Interview with Anthony Coron, Stonewall Veteran

Anthony Coron was there the first night of the Stonewall rebellion. He has insights into the event, the historical relevance and the impact on the LGBTQ community now.

Liz and Kathy: Partnered for 33, almost 34 years

Kathy interviews her wife Liz of 33, almost 34, years. They speak of identity, consciousness raining circles, social justice, parent and grandparent hood, bar culture, LGBTQ rights, and their love story with their 3 commitment ceremonies and marriage celebrations.