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Samantha Claar is interviewed about the uphill battle faced by progressives in Georgia. Their most recent demonstration was at Grady Hospital over their waiting period for their IV clinic. Viewers are encouraged to write positive letters to Parents.
River rafting from the Chattahoochee plays over the credits. The footage continues to play minutes after the credits are done. One last report, this time from the Georgia dome. Interview with Herbie Craven.
Between the Covers: Ken Beck, the publisher of Sports Pride, the first national gay sports magazine, is interviewed. The magazine became a huge success almost instantly, with dozens of sports organizations calling up unsolicited to contribute coverage. Viewers are encouraged to write to Cathleen Esposito, the managing editor of the Psychotherapy Book Club.
New projects at APP are discussed. Lavender Health: Matt Forman from the Anti-Violence Project is interviewed about recent violent acts against gays and lesbians, and how people can protect themselves. A gay and lesbian squaredancing club is interviewed. Damien Martin of the Hetrick-Martin Institute is interviewed about what encourages and discourages him about the gay rights movement. Lou Maletta announces that Damien Martin died that morning, and that the preceding interview was part of a documentary.
Teachers suing for domestic partnership benefits are interviewed, including Ron Madson, Richard Dietz, and Connie Kurtz. Their goal is to get Bush to have a national agenda on gay and lesbian rights. Lavender Health: Interviewing Dr. Kelly Hennig about the dangers of hepatitis A, which there are a large number of cases of in the Village. A clip from the film is shown. Viewers are encouraged to write to Mr. The Gay World Series in Boston is announced. Damien Martin is remembered by Andy Humm. District 3 city council candidate Tom Duane, who revealed he was HIV positive during a press conference, is interviewed.
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Moscow hosts an international conference for gays and lesbians, which was attended by Marjorie Hill, who is interviewed. The gay and lesbian film festival is discussed. Hill mentions that being gay is still technically illegal in Russia, and says that although police reassured her that the law was no longer enforced, she spoke to several men who had recently been arrested.
Hill says that people would stop in their tracks and stare at her. Hanson says his commitment is to community-based testing. Viewers are asked to give money to CRI. Officer Paul Butler is interviewed. Pride Behind the Badge is mentioned. A lesbian officer is interviewed about her coming out. Maletta talks about how he had extreme pain and difficulty walking due to the fissure.
Some of the athletes are interviewed at the end of the segment. Lavender Health: Dr. Margret Hamburg, the acting NYC health commissioner is interviewed. She is the first health commissioner to march in the pride parade. Hamburg is asked what can be done in financially strained times for healthcare. Viewers are encouraged to write in support of USA Today for running the cartoon. The death of anti-gay psychiatrist Dr. Irving Bieber is announced. At the end of the segment, a speech by Bush lauding the progress of the scientific community in combatting AIDS is shown.
Another clip is shown of a protest taking place inside a church. WNET is refusing to air it. Part two of the interview with Marjorie Hill. Discusses hour-and-a-half waits to get into Pizza Hut for those with Russian currency. Tom Duane is also interviewed. Viewers are encouraged to write in protest to Tom Bettag, executive producer of Nightline. Gail Goodman, an artist who created a photo show called Essence of Family, Pictures of Pride, is interviewed.
Coverage of the primary, which was going on as the episode aired. At footage shot at PM, according to Andy Humm, Tom Duane seems to be winning by a landslide, pulling in double the votes of his opponent in some areas. Humm is in a room where he and about 40 other people are watching the results in real time. Lou Maletta can be heard towards the end. A neighbor of Helms angrily tries to knock the camera out of her face.
The goal is to push for equal treatment and equal benefits. Footage is shown of the protesters being escorted out of the building in handcuffs. Coalition for Safe Health Care holds another protest on the same day in downtown Manhattan.
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The press refuses to cover the story of the fired doctors. Phillys Diller and her entourage left through a back exit with the permission of Navarro. Al Goldstein, publisher of Screw Magazine is running against Navarro. Naming Names: Advertisers avoid gay publications, especially Trojan condoms. Viewers are encouraged to write to Carter-Wallace Inc.
Memorial service for Guy Zelnek. Special Report: The condoms-in-high-school proposal passed. The opt-out option was struck down.
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