Susan McGreivy, attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, discusses the present state of the Norton Sound 8 case, where eight women were purged from the United States Navy for homosexuality. McGreivy talks about the evidence being presented against the women in the case as insubstantial and the result of jealousy, as well as the vagueness of attempting to "prove" homosexuality. Interviewer is Lucia Chappelle of KPFK. This recording was formerly cataloged as AZ1690.
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