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HoMoVISIONES was the first television program to cover LGBTQ+ issues from the Latino/Latina/LatinX perspective. The half-hour series aired on cable access television in New York City from 1994-2002 and primarily served Spanish-speaking communities. The physical collection is held at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College. See @centropr for information regarding copyright and accessibility. 


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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto González and covers the Matthew Shepard Political Funeral March organized by ACT UP. The march is held in New York City on October 19th, 1998 in response to the recent murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay American living in Laramie, Wyoming. Arrests and instances of police brutality are recorded. Also reported, LGTBQ-related news of the week and a directory of events, activities, organizations, and resources for the Spanish-speaking LGBTQ...
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Content warning: This video contains nudity and frank discussion on sexuality. This special episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Hector Seda and features an interview with the multi-disciplinary artist, Carmelita Tropicana. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented...
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In this episode of HoMovisiones, members of three local groups that support gay men are interviewed. These groups inlcude Latino Gay Men of NY, Gay Men of the Bronx, and Fru Fru Internacional. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto González and covers the 1998 Gay Rally in New York City's Washington Square Park. Politicians Phil Reed and Margarita López give speeches. Jon and Michael Galluccio talk about their experiences as a gay couple who successfully adopted a child. Performances include: - Drag performer Varla Jean Merman singing "Enough is Enough (More than Words)" - "Take Me or Leave Me" from the musical Rent - Opera singers Lori Phillips...
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Content warning: This video contains nudity and frank discussion on sexuality. This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonazles and features an interview with porn star Kiko and clips from the pornographic film “Latin Learning.” Other segments include a report on the first National Latino/a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Organization (LLEGO) Congress held in San Juan, Puerto Rico; an interview with actor Mike Ruiz from the 1997 film “Latin Boys Go to Hell”; and a...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Candido Negrón and focuses on issues within the lesbian Latina community. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to request the removal...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted By Heriberto Gonzales and Amanda and features a report on the first year anniversary celebration of Columbian Lesbian and Gay Association (COLEGA) held at the Krash Club, 34-48 Steinway St in Long Island City. The episode includes interviews and performances from COLEGA founder Miguel Garcia; drag queens Kiara, Frank, and Jessica Foxx; dancer Chachita Rubio; and go-go boys Joey Van Dam and Image. The episode ends with the music video presentation of...
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Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to request the removal from this site.
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Content warning: This video contains nudity and frank discussion on sexuality. This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto González and features a “LesboVisiones” report from Zelma Parra, wherein she interviews participants of the 1996 Dyke March, including Marga Gomez and Carmelita Tropicana. Other segments include in a highlight reel from Gay Pride 1996 and music video presentations of “Before” by Pet Shop Boys, Dónde Estás Corazón by Shakira, and “For the Love of You”...
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In this episode of HoMoVISIONES Hector Seda reports from the first Queens Pride Parade in Jackson Heights. Other segments include: Menealo Dance Party, NYC's First Gay/Latina Theatre Festival at the DUO Theatre, and the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) annual conference. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus from Fire Island. Gonzalo Aburto interviews Latin pop star, Albita. Photographer Bill Costa discusses his provocative portraits of gay men. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesús and features a report on the 1995 Lesbian and Gay Film Festival at Public Theater, including interviews with drag queens Ru Paul, Mistress Formika, and Lady Bunny in light of the release of the 1995 film “Wigstock: The Movie” directed by Barry Shils. Other segments include a report on the AIDS Walk New York in Central Park, a review from Gonzalo Aburto of the 1993 movie “Love and Human Remains” directed by Denys Arcand, and a...
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In this episode of HoMoVISIONES Gamalier reports on gay and lesbians in the annual Puerto Rican Pride parade, Candido demonstrates the correct way to put on a condom, and Gonzalo remembers Stonewall. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by "Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage," a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR).
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Amanda and features a health segment on HIV from Jesús Aguais and an interview with Zela Torres on Programa de Inmigrantes at St. Vincent’s Hospital. Other segments include an interview with Lorenzo [?], author of “The 1 Percent Factor: An Eccentric Unicorn’s Approach to Touring and Traveling,” moderated by fashion designer Xavier Morales on the premises of the 12 Gods Party held in Mykonos, Greece September 1-7; a review and clip of Bruce...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Amanda and Gamalier de Jesús and features the Manhattan Gay Pride Rally at Bryant Park. The report includes footage of performances and speeches from Jason Stuart, Carol Channing, Vicki Sue Robinson, and Varla Jean Merman, as well as interview with Marking Harrington of Act Up and activist Candance Gingrich. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gonzalo Aburto and Candido Negrón and features a discussion with Gerardo Dapena (Film Programmer, The Public Theatre) on depictions of gay life in recent films. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus and Amanda and features the 1996 Queens Pride Parade in Jackson Heights. The hosts give street interviews with parade participants, local politicians, and members of the community. A segment titled "LesboVISIONES" focuses on-street interviews with Lesbian activists. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES reports from the 1995 Gay Pride March in New York City, including the Dyke March. Also featured is an interview with Thomas Arklie, star of the film Heaven's a Drag (1994, Britain). Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this...
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In this episode of HoMoVISIONES, Gonzalo Aburto interviews Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar on Alburto's radio program. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by "Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage," a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gonzalo Aburto. Topics include: - Harm Reduction Center - Fotos De Las Buenas Amigas Centro Gay - Mi Familia (film) - Dyke's Night Out Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES reports from the 1999 Pa'Fuera Pa'lante Northeast Conference at Hostos Community College. Other segments include an interview with Reverend Alma Matos and a review of the Kevin Costner film, "Message in a Bottle. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by "Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage," a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR).
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is the first in the series. Creators and supporters speak from the street on its concept and potential impact. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus and is the first part of a two-part series highlighting the best segments of 1995.  Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email
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Content warning: This video contains nudity and frank discussion on sexuality. This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzales and features a report on the 1997 Pride Fest, including performances from Angel of Cover Girls, Fascination, and Judy Torres. Other segments include an interview with Cuban actress Mirta Ibarra and clips from the movies “Guantanamera” and “Fresa y Chocolate.” Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Candido Negrón and Hector Seda and features an interview with Nuyorican Poets Café founder Miguel Algarín, including a reading of his poem “Sunday August 11, 1974.” Other segments include verité shots of the Lower East Side, lunch at Puerto Rican restaurant Casa Adela, and a health segment with Alfredo Gonzales on the HIV virus. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto González and covers several topics. The HoMoNotas segment reports on the legalization of homosexuality in Ecuador, and Judas Priest's Rob Halford, who recently revealed his homosexuality on MTV. Heriberto also interviews Dr. Rafael M. Díaz, author of "Latino Gay Men and HIV: Culture, Sexuality, & Risk Behavior." There is a short segment on gay weddings, and an extensive interview with Italian singer-songwriter, Nek. Music...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES features the GMHC Concert for Life fundraising event. Performers interviewed include Liz Torres, Celia Cruz, and Albita. Another segment reports on two Spanish-language plays appearing in New York City, an adaptation of the Cuban novel "Cecilia Valdés," and INTAR's "Three by Lorca." Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources...
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Content warning: This content contains nudity and frank discussion on sexuality. In observance of Worlds AIDS Day (December 1st), this episode of HoMoVISIONES pays tributes to persons affected by HIV and AIDS with interviews and reports from previous episodes. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any...
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This episode of HoMOVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus and is the second part of a two-part series highlighting the best segments of 1995. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzales and Gamalier de Jesús and features an interview with actor Colin Martin and a clip of his one-man play “Virgin’s and Other Myths.” Other segments include an interview with DJ Ovidio, trailer and review of Josiane Balasko’s 1995 French comedy film “French Twist,” a music video presentation of “Bolero Falaz” by Aterciopelados, and interview with gay Latin club goers at Lucho’s club in Queens. Efforts to preserve this...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES features favorite interviews and reports from the year, including: - Miguel Algarin - Al Sharpton - Willie Colon - Peter Hidalgo - Carmen Maura and others. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent,...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Candido Negrón and features a report on gay life in the Puerto Rican cities of Cabo Rojo, Mayagüez, and San Germán. Other segments include an interview with director Robert Rodriguez and clips from his 1997 film “Desperado,” and a music video presentation of “El Ciclon” by Café Tacuba. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gonzalo Aburto, reporting from the 1995 Queens Pride Parade in Jackson Heights, New York. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to request...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gonzalo Aburto and features a report on the Latin Fever on the Island fundraiser for HoMoVISIONES. Other segments include music video presentations of “No se parece a nada” and "Que manera de quererte" by Albita Rodriguez; a report on the play “Love! Valour! Compassion!” by Terrence McNally at Kerr Theatre; and an interview with 17-yeard old activist Marineli Andrade. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gonzalo Aburto and features a report on the first Gay & Lesbian American Music Awards (GLAMA) of 1996. The episode features interviews with and speeches from Cuban musician Albita Rodriguez, composers Dan Martin and Michael Biello, playwright Harvey Fierstein, musician Tom McCormack, Manhattan Burrough President Ruth Messinger, cabaret singer and performance artist Joey Arias, and Irish singer Gregory Gray. Also featured is live performance from...
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In this episode of HoMoVISIONES, Gamalier de Jesus and Hector Séda visit Washington DC for the National Puerto Rican Affirmation Day (March 29th, 1995). Other segments include Margo Gomez's "A Line Around the Block", a "Nite of 100 Parties People of Color Event" sponsored by the Empire State Pride Agenda, and a review of the documentary film The Celluloid Closet. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by "Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage," a...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES includes interviews with NYC Council Member Margarita Lopez, members of the Heritage of Pride organization, and performer Kevin Aviance. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email...
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In this episode of HoMoVISIONES, Gamalier de Jesus reports from Latin Fever night at the La Escuelita night club.  Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to request the removal...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Amanda and reviews the best segments of the summer. Highlights include the 1996 Queens Pride Parade, Body Positive Tea Dances at The Sound Factory, and Amanda's performance at Mona Foot's "Star Search" at the Barracuda bar in Chelsea. Included is an interview with actress Aitana Sanchez Guijon, star of Boca a Boca. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on...
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An English-language promotional clip for HoMoVISIONES. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to request the removal from this site.
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesús and Heriberto Gonzales and features a report on the two year anniversary celebration of HoMoVISIONES, held at Public Theatre in complement with the opening night performance of “A Line Around the Block” by Marga Gomez. Other segments include a report on playwright Rob Santana’s new play “Bomber Jackets” at the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, a music video presentation of “Lamento Boliviano” by Argentine rock group...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzales and features a report on Riis Park, Queen and includes street interviews with beach goers. Other segments include an interview with director Miguel Arteta and actress Lysa Flores in anticipation of the release of the 1997 film “Star Maps” and a feature on Ruben Gomez and a music video presentation of his song “Me Vuelves Loco.” Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonazles and features a report on the three most popular gay Latino nightclubs in New York City: La Nueva Escualita, Krash, and Lucho’s Club. Includes footage of performances and interviews with Lady Catiria, Image, Joey Van Dam, and Manicomio. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonazles and features an interview with Mexican rock group Maná in anticipation of the release of their 1997 album Sueños Líquidos. Other segments include music video presentations of “Mala Hierba” by Alejandra Guzmán, “Vi” by La Ley, and “En el Muelle de San Blas” by Maná. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus and covers the annual Broadway Bares event, a burlesque-style fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Highlights from past Broadway Bares are featured. Guest host Amanda goes to the Palladium to interview the show's director, Jerry Mitchell, and choreographer Sergio Trujillo. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesús and reports on the 1995 Puerto Rican Pride Parade in New York City. Note: There is an inherent audio error for three minutes beginning at 25:33. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzales and features a report on the third annual gala for Cielo Latino at Copacabana nightclub and the Felipa de Souza Awards hosted by the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission honoring Argentine activist Carlos Jáuregui and Mexican poet Nancy Cárdenas. Other segments include music video presentations of Fotofobia by Chilean rock band La Ley and Mr. P Mosh by Mexican alternative rock group Plastilina Mosh, as well as...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzales and reports on the first Bronx gay and lesbian pride parade. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to request the...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Amanda and features a report on the 1996 Gay and Lesbian Pride Rally in Manhattan. Persons featured include Dr. Gabriel Torres, drag queen Ivan Valentin, activist Ann Northrop, and comedian Marga Gomez, as well as street interviews with a lesbian from Los Angeles, a gay couple from Madrid, and two adolescent teenagers. Other segments include a report on Miss Venezuela Gay Internacional 1996 and the “Queers of Color” edition for Village Voice....
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus and features an interview with singer Alexa, presenting a new music video for the song "Necesito saber de ti." Other interviews include: - JC, a Madonna impersonator - DJ Ovidio - patrons of a gay bar in Havana, Cuba Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES reports from the 1994 NYC Puerto Rican Pride Parade. Other segments include interviews with David Nieves, Ramon Torres, and Karen Baker of the Hetrick-Martin Institute, and with Jay Hill, an organizer of the upcoming Gay Games IV on efforts to diversify the event. Hector interviews Latino swimmers participating in the Gay Games. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus and celebrates the show's creator, Candido Negrón, with highlights from the previous few years. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto González and features a report on the 1999 Gay Pride parade, including the HoMoVISIONES parade float. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES features a performance by the Dominican singer, Patricia Pereyra, and interviews with Latino creatives such as Fernando, Ricardo Alvarado, and Alexis Segura. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent,...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesús and features a conversation with drag queen and makeup artist Paolo Di Valdi moderated by Gonzalo Aburto and Candido Negrón. The episode begins with a discussion on a wave of gay hate crimes in Puerto Rico and features segments on the First Anniversary of HoMoVISIONES, a lesbian protest against the homophobia, racism and misogyny of Radio Mega 97.7 FM, an interview with bartender Randolph Scott Colon of Joel’s, and a public service...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Hector Seda and Gamalier de Jesus who review highlights from previous episodes, including: - An interview with designer Peter Hidalgo - An interview with Louis Lopez (SIDA ahora) - A fashion show organized by the Organization of Lesbian + Gay Architects and Designers (OLGAD) - A performance by singer Patricia Pereyra Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES features drag artist Laritza Dumont performing at The CrowBar in NYC. Also at the CrowBar, Giovanni interviews Girlina (later known as DJ Lina). Other segments include an interview with Colombian novelist, Jaime Manrique, and another with Carlos Cordero of Project Achieve. Note: This item contains the same content as CLIR0235/VHS00773. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzalez and focuses on the LGBTQ African-American community. Segments include interviews with Keisha Bell (African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change) and James Murray (Gay Men of African Descent). Two music videos from Trina Medina are introduced. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesús and Juan Olmedo of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) and features a conversation between six latino gay men entitled “Saliendo del Closet.” Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES features interviews with Spanish actress Carmen Maura and Puerto Rican pop star, La India. The hosts also discuss an event at Webster Hall called The M Party that incorporates negative imagery of Latino men. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesús and Heriberto Gonzales and features a report on the National Latino/a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Organization (L.L.E.G.O.) international congress. Featured persons include Executive Director of L.L.E.G.O. Martin Ornelas Quintero, Mexican federal deputy Patria Jiménez, advisor to President Clinton Richard Socarides, and an Argentine activist Maria Rashid. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering...
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An episode introducing audiences to HoMoVISIONES by outlining program goals and content. The episode also includes several street views with gay Latino men living in New York. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES features a conversation with make-up artist Paolo Divaldi. In another segment, the Lesbian Avengers and Las Buenas Amigas collaborate to protest against homophobia and racism in the programs of radio station La Mega 97.9 in New York. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gonzalo Aburto and Jesús [?], who provides coverage of the eleventh International AIDS Conference in Vancouver July 7-12, 1996. Persons interviewed include Victor Peralta of Cuba, Jaime López of Venezuela, and Dr. Gabriel Torres of New York. The episode ends with promotional trailers for 1995 French drama “Bye-Bye” directed by Karim Dridi and 1995 British-American historical comedy-drama “Stonewall” directed by Nigel Finch. Efforts to preserve...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzales and features a report on the 1998 Aids Walk in Central Park, including an interview with Ednita Nazario and a speech from Miss America 1998 Kate Shindle. Other segments include a report on Lucho’s Club and an interview with Mirkala Cristal, as well as a music video presentation of “En El Muelle De San Blás” by Maná. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gamalier de Jesus and features a report on the POZ Life-Expo '97 in New York City. Other segments include: - Jesús Aguais, founder of Aid for AIDS - Aitana Sánchez-Guijón, star of the film "Boca A Boca" - 1997 Queens Pride Parade Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright...
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Content warning: This video contains nudity and frank discussion on sexuality. This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Heriberto Gonzales and is dedicated to the late Lady Catiria (1959-1999). The episode features a compilation of highlights from the past five years of HoMoVISIONES and ends with an interview with Lady Catiria recorded at La Nueva Escuelita. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES reports from the La Escuelita club where the series celebrates its 5th Anniversary. Other segments include Edwin Roman from LATIKNOW.COM, clips from the HoMoVISIONES float at the 1999 Pride Parade, and a review of the animated film Iron Giant. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel...
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In observance of Worlds AIDS Day (December 1st), this episode of HoMoVISIONES pays tributes to persons affected by HIV and AIDS. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email centro.library@hunter.cuny.edu to request...
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A collection of production elements used in HoMoVISIONES episodes: promos, public service announcements, color bars, intros, outros, and titles. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for any reason that your work has been presented on this website without your consent, please email...
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In this episode of HoMoVISIONES, Gamalier reports from the POZ Life Expo, interviewing organizers and participants. Other segments include an interview with Elizabeth Peña, the co-star of the John Sayles film "Lone Star", and footage from the Puerto Rican Pride Parade in New York City. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Candido Negrón and features a report on the LGBT contingent of the 1995 Puerto Rican Parade, including street interviews with parade-goers. Other segments include interviews with a member of the Bay Area Repertory Dance, actor David Drake, and organizers of the Latin Fever on the Island party fundraiser for HoMoVISIONES. Also presented is a music video of “Nada Particular” by Miguel Bose. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES focuses on the Cuban experience, including a visit to an LGBTQ bar in Havana where patrons are interviewed. Other segments include a review of the film "Strawberry and Chocolate," and an interview with Cuban filmmaker Pastor Vega. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice If you are the copyright holder and feel for...
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This episode of HoMoVISIONES is hosted by Gonzalo Aburto and features a report on the May 25-29, 1995 LLEGO Congress held in Washington D.C. Persons interviewed include LLEGO Executive Director Leticia Gomez, drag queen Hector of Mexico City, activist Angel Fabian of San Mateo California, Marcos Banales, Alma Aldana, Elena de Jesús, Johnny Colon, and Angelina Gomez. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on...
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In this special episode of HoMoVISIONES, Gonzalo Aburto reports on recent violence in the LGBTQ community, focusing on Julio Rivera, a gay man murdered in Queens in 1990. Aburto interviews family members of Rivera and talks with Matt Foreman, Executive Director of the NYC Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project. Efforts to preserve this program were made possible by Uncovering CUNY's Audiovisual Heritage  a project funded by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). Takedown Notice...
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