Season 4: Episode 1: Introduction

Season 4: Episode 1: Introduction

Season 4: Episode 1: Introduction

Making Gay History | LGBTQ Oral Histories from the Archive - October 25, 2018 - 16:49

Our fourth season is about beginnings. So we’re going to start at the beginning and hear from the activists and visionaries who got the ball rolling for LGBTQ civil rights. In this episode, meet some of the trailblazers who will guide us from 1897 in Germany to the eve of the Stonewall uprising, including Magnus Hirschfeld, Harry Hay, Ernestine Eckstein, Bayard Rustin, and Martha Shelley.

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