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Season 2009 Episode 0623

The Gay Rights Movement Since Stonewall

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The Gay Rights Movement Since Stonewall
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This panel offers a rare look at the defining moments of the gay rights movement as seen through the eyes of journalists, historians, and media advocates. Panelists discuss these pivotal events; the role the media played in generating visibility for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people; and what the media accounts got right and wrong.moreless
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