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Don Crisostomo_ Pre-Interview Questions.pdf
Don Crisostomo is a native of Bethesda, MD, who came out in high school, was active in the Gay Student Alliance, Gay Men's VD Clinic, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance, the Couples Support Group and ENLACE. He founded the Suburban Maryland Gay and…

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6 buttons and 1 pin from PFLAG leader Catherine Tuerk.

Series of 11 images taken as promotional materials for Lambda Rising in 1992.

Photographs of women at the 1979 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights (53 images).

Photographs of the grand opening ceremony of the 1625 Connecticut Ave location of Lambda Rising.

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This is the banner for the Gay Asian and Pacific Islander Network used in the 1993 March on Washington.

Recordings of the Asians and Friends talent shows from 1995 and 1996.

This recording includes two films with footage from Johannesburg, South Africa, first and third pride marches:
Lesbian and Gay Pride March, Saturday, 13 October 1990; and,
Johannesburg Rights and Pride March, Saturday, 10 October 1992.

"Rump Session" includes footage from the DC Council debate and vote on repealing the sodomy laws, December 1, 1992. The amendment to repeal failed 5-5-3, and gay rights activists were evicted from the Council chambers.

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This compilation of performance videos and interview clips, by and about poet Chasen Gaver, is an interesting and offbeat look at the way one man gets his artistic and social messages across. Using a combination of Motown and punk rock, everyday…

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A short film created for Gay Pride Day on June 11, 1978.

One button is from "Couples Support Group" which was an organization to support monogamous same-sex couples in the 1980s and 1990s. One button says "Equality through Visibility" and is from Montgomery County Maryland Pride 1997.

Wooden nickels from DC locations such as Nob Hill, the D.C. Eagle, La Cage Aux Follies; plastic tokens from the Bachelors Mill Backdoor Pub; metal tokens from two locations of the Brass Rail; campaign buttons in support of Marion Barry, Clinton/Gore,…

In celebration of Black History Month, Rainbow History Project dug into its archives of Black gay and lesbian publications to interview Ric Irick, the creator and publisher of the magazine "Malebox!: DC’s Largest Publication for Black Gay…
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