Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History MP3 Disc Set

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History MP3 Disc Set
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History MP3 Disc Set


Two MP3 Discs / 16 hrs 59 min

AZ0099.01 New Directions from the Gay Left                                        

Excerpts from the Faggots and Class Struggle" Conference held Labor Day weekend, plus interviews with participants.  Analysis of capitalist society and its effects on community and common good. Sensitive language.  1976.

AZ0102 Gay American History / Jonathan Katz

A talk by Jonathan Katz on his book Gay American History: Lesbians and Gay Men in the USA.  Includes readings, anecdotes, and music he cites from the 20's and 30's.  1977.

AZ0202 Gay Freedom Day, 1978

Interviews and actuality from the 8th annual parade in San Francisco. Includes statement by Harvey Milk.

AZ0203 Reaction to Dan White Verdict

Actuality of reaction to the court ruling, including Sally Gearhart at Harvey Milk's birthday celebration and records of police incidents involving gay people during the week of May 25, 1979. Sensitive language.

AZ0684 Moscone-Milk newscast

KPFA news broadcast from 27 November, 1978, which covered the assassination of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, as well as a story on the Jonestown Massacre, the defeat of Japanese Prime Minister Fukuta, and the Supreme Court ruling on journalists witholding information.

BB0012 Homosexual In Our Society : A Panel Discussion

Elsa Knight Thompson, Blanche Baker, Harold Call, and Leak Sailey discuss the problems of being a homosexual and relating in society.  This program received the California State Fair Press, Radio, and TV Award in 1959.

BB1722.02 Cops and Robbers Part II: Transsexuals and the Police

Three transsexuals discuss police problems and their work as members of  C.O.G., Conversion our Goal, with Police Community Relations Officer Elliot Blackstone of the San Francisco Police Department. Herb Kutchins of the San Francisco Bail Project moderates.

BB3827.11 Interview with a Hustler           

Interview with a gay hustler.  1968.

IZ0003 Why Gay Politics?

Eleanor Cooper, Lesbian Feminist Liberation; Arthur Goodman, Gay Activists Alliance; and Nathalie Rockhill, National Gay Task Force, discuss the gay rights movement. 1975.

IZ0005 Discovering Being Gay

Teenage gays discuss the experience of self-discovery.  1975.

IZ0007 Air Force Sgt. Leonard Matlovich: The Development of a Gay Consciousness

On how Matlovich changed his own views and then tested gay rights in the armed forces.  1975.

KZ0701 Diminished Capacity            

On the impact of the Dan White cast and diminished capacity rulings on San Francisco's gay community.  Sensitive language.  1979.

KZ0941 The National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights: Radio Documentary

On October 14, 1979, thousands of lesbians, gay men, and their friends traveled to Washington, D.C. for a march and rally to demonstrate to lawmakers and to the national press that the growing movement for lesbian/gay rights and dignity of the 1970's would continue to be a strong social and political force in the 1980's.  This program is a "sound scrapbook" documenting this lesbian/gay event.

KZ1263a-b Time Line / produced by Greg Gordon.

Important events in recent gay history: Christopher Street, Anita Bryant, the Briggs initiative, Harvey Milk, the white night riots, the national march on Washington, the CBS  documentary Gay power, gay politics, the Moral Majority, and the AIDS crisis.  1983.

KZ1389 An Interview with Harvey Milk

A talk with the now deceased San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk about the problems and possible new directions for gay politics in California and the United States.  1978.

KZ1969 National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights: Highlights

Edited highlights from the 1993 National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights.  1993.

PZ0146 Remembering Stonewall: A Radio Documentary on the Birth of a Movement

Radio documentary about the New York Police Department Public Morals Section" raid upon the Stonewall Inn on June 27 1969. Patrons of The Stonewall Inn, a popular gay bar, fought the police officers,  thus starting a riot. This program uses views of the participants, examines the gay life both before and after the event, and its impact upon gay politics and history in the United States. Participants include: Deputy Inspector Seymour Pine; Sylvia Rivera.  1990.

PZ0162.01 The AIDS Summit of the Year / Amy Goodman and Mike Alcalay

Coverage of the 6th International Conference on AIDS, held in San Francisco, California.  1990.

PZ0300.38 Voices of Pacifica: Urvashi Vaid             

In this speech recorded on May 21st, 1998, LGBT activist Urvashi Vaid talks about the state of the gay and lesbian movement and its future.

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