https://www.facebook.com/CUNYTVdigitalseries/videos/383999312285386/ Through letter writing, six queer and trans Asian Americans grapple with their queerness and consider what family acceptance might look like. CLAGS: Center for LGBTQ Studies LGBTQ Resource Center at Brooklyn College Queens College Asian/American Center Asian American Life Gender Studies at John Jay College CUNY Queer Student Union of Hunter College Patrick G. […]
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Stand Up, Stand Out
By Scott Voth on March 23, 2019 in AIDS, Gay Liberation, LGTBQ, Short Docs
David Pavlosky’s “Stand Up, Stand Out” tells a unique story of activism that took place in San Francisco during the burgeoning Gay Liberation Movement of the 1970s. As AIDS ravaged the city, three gay teachers’ fight for equal rights led to the establishment of a gay and lesbian comedy club that flourished in of all […]
What’s Your Issue?
By Scott Voth on October 27, 2018 in Diversity, LGTBQ, Short Docs, Youth
WHAT’S YOUR ISSUE? is a national participatory action research project designed with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and gender nonconforming (LGBTQ & GNC) youth documenting their dreams, desires, and priorities. Interviewing participants, the video presents the results of a National Survey describing critical issues that affect queer, GNC, and trans youth.