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Jean Ponton worked as a volunteer for Gay Fairfax TV, an important LGBT television show.

Isaiah Poole discusses his career as a journalist and advocate for newsroom diversity, including founding the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association and the Washington Association of Black Journalists.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/omeka-net/1514/archive/files/b2689c82b0bf525f366dd6579748616a.pdf
The files related to creating the GLAA radio ad

A six minute video discussing new publications, gay book readership, featuring interview with Deacon Maccubbin, of Lambda Rising, and descriptions of latest books.

This is a video recording of a reunion held for the Gay Liberation Front DC.

Oral history with Fran Levine, co-­owner of Soho Tea & Coffee at 2150 P St NW, Washington, DC in Dupont Circle, the oldest independent Tea and Coffee house in DC who identifies as a lesbian woman. Interview by Autumn Eastman.

Oral history with Randy K., who talk about his work as an advocate and activist and work with D.C.'s HIPS program, which provides harm-reduction services for sex workers. Interview conducted by Caitlin Firmage.

Ken South recounts his coming(s) out, his relationship with religion, his work on HIV/AIDS, and his advocacy on LGBT aging issues.

Moriah Petty interviews Tom Bower, a Catholic gay-identified man who has lived in DC since the 1960s working in museums and organizing the LGBTQ Catholics and greater gay community.
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