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Rainbow History Project

This collection includes items from the archives of the Rainbow History Project, Inc., in Washington, D.C. RHP’s collection is comprised of materials acquired as part of its mission to collect, preserve, and promote an active knowledge of the history, arts, and culture of metropolitan Washington, D.C.’s diverse LGBTQ+ communities. 


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Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Friends (Radio Program)
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Karen Pearson Brown
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 13  Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 29:15 minutes Completion Date: 12/21/1993 Notes: Janis Ian, April Martin, Nancy Andrews, Psychochuckles, Kate Clinton, Holocaust Museum.
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Friends (Radio Program)
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Friends (Radio Program)
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Karen Pearson Brown
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 12 Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 27:56 minutes Completion Date: 10/18/1993
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Karen Pearson Brown
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 2 Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 27;06 minutes Completion Date: 11/11/1992 Notes: Hosts-- Judy Hittman, Scott Olson; Segments-- Lily Tomlin, The Experience.
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Friends (Radio Program)
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Friends (Radio Program)
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 7 Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 29:45 minutes Completion Date: 05/20/1993 Notes” March on Washington.
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Karen Pearson Brown
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“One in 10 People”  VNR (Video News Release) Producer: Karen Pearson Brown Completion Date: 04/04/1994
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
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Interview with Sgt. Joseph "Skip" Keith; Pamela & Bruce Interview with Leonard Matlovick The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years  (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism  and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The  Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate  interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of  the creation of community services...
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Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Karen Pearson Brown
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 4 Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 30:30 minutes Completion Date: 02/23/1993 Notes: Holy Unions, Armistead Maupin, Film review, Lily Tomlin.
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
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In this excerpt from an oral history recorded by the Rainbow History Project in Washington DC on December 11, 2012, Activist Ron Simmons describes the beginnings of his relationship with Blacklight Monthly editor Sidney Brinkley as well as his introduction to the gay and lesbian communities of Washington DC in the early 1980s. About the Rainbow History Project:   The mission of the  Rainbow History Project  is to collect, preserve, and promote an active knowledge of the  history , arts, and...
Topics: Rainbow History Project, Ron Simmons, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 19 Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 28:47 minutes Completion Date: N.D. Notes: Jameson Currier (4:50), Freedom Stage (6:42), Flirtations, David Drake.
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
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Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
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Rainbow History Project
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
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Rainbow History Project
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Chuck Hicks: Prisons The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years  (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism  and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The  Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate  interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of  the creation of community services and organizations. Rainbow History received a collection of more than 300 1/4inch...
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
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Rainbow History Project
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n this excerpt from an oral history recorded by the Rainbow History Project in Washington DC on December 11, 2012, Activist Ron Simmons describes the experience of being an HIV positive in the 1980s and being prescribed medication that had not been properly studied. Then, he goes on to describe the sequence of events that brought him from being a Howard University professor to the  First Executive Director of Us Helping Us, People into Living. About the Rainbow History Project:   The mission...
Topics: Ron Simmons, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
Rainbow History Project
by Rainbow History Project; Friends (Radio Program)
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This digitized audio file is from the Friends Radio Program Records : Digital collection, 1973-1982 at Rainbow History Project. The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of the creation of...
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Rainbow History Project
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
Rainbow History Project
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Fanny Brice The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years  (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism  and community building in Washington, DC and around the nation. The  Friends collection includes poetry, music, interviews, candidate  interviews, social and political commentary and analysis and accounts of  the creation of community services and organizations. Rainbow History received a collection of more than 300 1/4inch acetate ...
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Rainbow History Project
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 8 Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 29:15 minutes Completion Date: 07/15/1993
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
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Title: “One in 10 People” Show 3 Producer: Karen Brown TRT: 27:55 Completion Date: 12/28/1992 Notes: Michael Kearns, Symbols (inlc. lambda rising), Personals.
Topics: One In Ten People, Rainbow History Project, Washington DC
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people
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In Washington, DC, from 1973 to 1982, the Stonewall Nation Media Collective produced the "Friends" radio program, one of the first and longest-running radio shows aimed at an LGBTQ audience. Topics ranged from arts and culture, to politics, music, health, and community activism. It chronicled the emerging gay community, as it established community organizations, sought civil rights, and dealt with issues like racism, gender, health and the arts. In addition to news and community...
Topics: rainbow history project, friends radio, LGBTQ people