Friends Radio Collection, 1973-1982, 3

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Title

Friends Radio Collection, 1973-1982, 3

Description

The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of community services and organizations. Rainbow History received a collection of more than 300 1/4inch acetate tape reels of varying diameters from Bruce Pennington, a founder of the Stonewall Nation Media Collective, which produced and broadcast the show at WGTB and WPFW.

Creator

Stonewall Nation Media Collective

Date

1973-1982

Contributor

Pennington, Bruce C., 1947-2003
Aiken, David L. (David Lewis), 1945-1986
Stonewall Nation Media Collective (Organization : Washington, D.C.)

Access Rights

<span>Some clips play online. <br /><br />To listen to other recordings, </span><a href="https://archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3A%22Rainbow+History+Project%22" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">access the Internet Archive [external link].</a>

Alternative Title

Stonewall Nation Media Collective Collection #3

Collection Items

Tim Dlugos reading his poem "So Far" on Friends Radio, 1974.

Tim Dlugos reading "Mallarme" on Friends Radio in 1974.

Tim Dlugos reading "The eyes of our hearts" on Friends Radio, 1974.

Tim Dlugos reading "Knowing it" on Friends Radio, 1974.

Tim Dlugos reading "Too far" on Friends Radio, 1974.

Ernie Acosta reading "Bedrock: definition of love" on Friends Radio, 1974.

Ernie Acosta reading "Novus" on Friends Radio, 1974.

Ernie Acosta reading "Can this be love?" on Friends Radio, 1974.

Joe Brainard reading "I remember" on Friends Radio, 1973.

David Aiken reading "In loving you" by Perry Brass on Friends Radio, Valentine's Day, 1973.
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