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Series XXII: Pride and Progress / The Right Stuff, 1985-1990

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0599 [1]--Pride and Progress. Episode No. 1 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 118
[Air Date: 10/4/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Massachusetts Congressman Gary Studds, openly gay, wins primary victory; Interview with David Bender of the Studds campaign
COMMERCIAL: "Badlands," NYC gay bar
2. Sports report
3. Federal government requests AIDS funding
4. Rutgers University offers "Homosexuality in Society" course
5. FBI files on gay organizations released
6. Referendum to repeal gay rights in Maryland
7. Human Rights Commission: gay and lesbian discrimination documentation project; interview with Katy Taylor
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native"
8. Three teens charged in death of Charles Howard, a gay man in Maine
9. Interview with Vivian Shapiro, Human Rights Campaign
COMMERCIAL: "The Connect"
Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Steven Caiazza discusses "How to Reduce Risk of Getting AIDS"
COMMERCIAL: World of Video

The Right Stuff:
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with Abigail "Dear Abby" Van Buren
COMMERCIAL: Pensione, San Francisco Hotel
1. Interview with Phyllis Diller, entertainer
COMMERCIAL: H. Clay Friedrichs Realtors, New Jersey
COMMERCIAL: Rio Adventure, Orpheo travel agency
2."Brothers," a Showtime cable comedy series
COMMERCIAL: "People in Touch," a gay dating service
3. "Fever of an Unknown Origin" - Interviews with actor playwright Stephen Holt, actor Raymie Priesmeyer, scenes from the play
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
COMMERCIAL: Spur Productions
4. Phyllis Diller interview/ closing credits
COMMERCIAL National Fund for Human Dignity with Judge Steven Lax


October 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0601 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 2 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 119
[Air Date: 10/5/1984]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

October 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0602 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 3 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 120
[Air Date: 10/13/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Sentencing of Maine teens in death of Charles Howard, a gay man
2. San Francisco rejects extending employment benefits to gay partners of city workers
3. First Ronald Reagan versus Walter Mondale debate viewed by gay Mondale supporters
COMMERCIAL: "Badlands," NYC gay bar
4. Sports Report
5. Interview with Ivan [Deeds] about Gay Narcotics Anonymous
6. Sweden as a place for political asylum for gays
7. Sentencing of Gary Lee Hopper, a male hustler, in slashing and attempted robbery of gay man
8. Gay center opens in Allentown, Pennsylvania
9. Interview with Peter Vogel, Chairperson for New York Gay Task Force
COMMERCIAL: Rio Adventure, Orpheo travel agency
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
10. Interview with Peter Guardino, Gay Police Officers Action League
11. Proposal to make West Hollywood a city
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native"
Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Scott Croxson, Fellow Immunopathology, discusses HTLV virus
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," a gay newspaper

The Right Stuff:
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with actor Mike Farrell
1. Footage from San Francisco memorial for John Simms, who passed away from AIDS
COMMERCIAL: H. Clay Friedrichs Realtors, New Jersey
COMMERCIAL: Rio Adventure, Orpheo travel agency
2.Interview with director Robert Epstein, producer Richard Schmiechen, and publicist Vito Russo, "The Times of Harvey Milk"
COMMERCIAL: Pensione, San Francisco Hotel
COMMERCIAL: Spur Productions
3. "Swan in Love," commentary and clips about motion picture
COMMERCIAL National Fund for Human Dignity with actor Jack Albertson
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
4. More from interviews about "The Times of Harvey Milk"/ closing credits


October 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0603 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 4 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 121
[Air Date: 10/22/1984]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

October 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0604 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 5 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 122
[Air Date: 10/24/1984]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

October 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0605 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 6 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 123
[Air Date: 11/6/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. New York Executive Order #50 - a non-discrimination policy on city contactors
2. Interview with Willy Smith, Gay and Lesbian Inter-Religious Coalition
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native," with Quentin Crisp
3. Interview with Nancy Roth, executive director of Gay Rights National Lobby, Washington D.C.
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, Career Service Professionals
4. AIDS fears in court
5. Interview with Tim Sweeney, director of LAMBDA Legal Defense, discussing LAMBDA's AIDS Legal Guide
COMMERCIAL: "Rome Adventure," Orpheo Travel Agency
6. Interview with Reverend Karen Zeigler, director of Metropolitan Community Church, discussing their on-going application to the National Council of Churches
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
7. Gay and lesbian child custody announcement
8. LAMBDA Democrats, authors night
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos Resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico
9. Heathline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Jeffrey Lawrence, NY Hospital, Cornell Medical Center, discusses new directions in treating AIDS
COMMERCIAL: "Badlands," NYC gay bar
10. Sports Report: Interview with Jim Link and Leslie Randolph, Rambler Soccer Club

The Right Stuff:
1. 1984 Halloween on Christopher Street, NYC
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay/lesbian newspaper
2. Lo Nardo, music group, performing
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
3. Broadway star Vivian Blaine performing "live" at SAGE Benefit at the Limelight, NYC. Songs: "Guys and Dolls medley"
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with Abigail "Dear Abby" Van Buren
4. Media Report: "Hollywood Babylon II," Japanese condoms, Cardinal Spellman, Michael Musto receives Village Voice column
COMMERCIAL: Spur Production
5. 1984 Halloween coverage/ Closing credits


November 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0606 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 7 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 124
[Air Date: 11/13/1984]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

November 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0607 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 8 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 125
[Air Date: 11/20/1984]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

November 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0608 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 9 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 126
[Air Date: 11/27/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Interview with Nancy Roth, Executive Director, Gay Rights National Lobby, discussing anti-discrimination in immigration policy
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
2. City status granted to West Hollywood, California; city council is formed
3. Anti-gay Texas Senator Phil [Graham] wins election
4. Gay Rights bill passed in Houston, Texas, but may be overturned
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
5. Interview with David Bender, campaigner, discussing the win of Massachusetts' openly gay Senator Gary Studds
COMMERCIAL: New York Gay Film Festival
6. National Gay Task Force meeting
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
7. Interview with Pastor Karen Zeigler, Metropolitan Community Church, discusses meeting with National Council of Churches
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
8. First census of a gay community, San Francisco
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
9. Carol Bellamy, announcement of upcoming appearance
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos, San Juan, Puerto Rico
10. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Christopher Collins, attorney, discusses the start of Community Health Project
COMMERCIAL: "Badlands," a NYC gay bar
11. Sports Report/ closing

The Right Stuff:
1. Media Report/ Current Events
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
2. Terry Miller interviews Quentin Crisp, author/ performer
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
3. Quentin Crisp interview continued
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity for disabled gays and lesbians
4. Preview of upcoming gay motion picture, "Whispers"
COMMERCIAL: Rio Adventure, Orpheo travel agency
5. Interview with Ron Gould, producer of gay film "Whispers"/ closing credits


November 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0609 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 10 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 127
[Air Date: 12/3/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. "Black and White Men Together" members Lidell Jackson and Mitchell Karp discuss racial discrimination at the Ice Palace
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
2. National Gay Task Force, interviews with members Peter Fowler and Evelyn White
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
3. Interview with Keith O'Connor, NYC Human Rights Commission, discussing anti-gay discrimination bill in NYC
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janiero, The Islanders Club
4. Report on Executive Order 50; employment rights for city contractors
COMMERCIAL: New York Gay Film Festival
5. U.S. Court of Appeals for District of Columbia refused to hear case of expelled gay navy officer
6. Community announcements
COMMERCIAL: Arco Blancos resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico
7. Heathline: Conversations with GMHC: Topic: AIDS Assessment Program of Community Health Project. Interview with Dr. Ted Lazarus, clinical coordinator AIDS Assessment Program, and Rona Affoumado, Admin. Director, Community Health Project
COMMERCIAL: Badlands, NYC gay bar
8. Sports report

The Right Stuff:
1. Current Events
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
2. Interview with Gary Miller, music director of the NYC Gay Men's Chorus, includes footage of chorus performing at Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade 1984
COMMERCIAL: New York Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity: gay and lesbian disabled
4. Interview with Quentin Crisp


December 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0610 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 11 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 128
[Air Date: 12/4/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Nancy Roth, executive director of Gay Rights National Lobby, discusses history of National Gay Rights Bill
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
2. [Greg Merkus] discusses upcoming Winter Solstice fundraiser at the new Community Center
3. Dr. Mervin Silverman talks to New York Physicians For Human Rights discussing his concerns over the re-opening of bathhouses in San Francisco
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
4. "Black and White Men Together" members Lidell Jackson and Mitchell Karp discuss racial discrimination
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
5. Keith O'Connor, NYC Human Rights Commission, discusses gay discrimination
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janiero, The Islanders Club
6. Judges decision in the Dronenberg case challenges right to privacy
COMMERCIAL: "The Gascon," a novel by John Colin Penford
7. Report on the test for HTLV and fears of misuse
COMMERCIAL: Arco Blancos resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico
8. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Topic: Mental Health, Depression during the holidays. Interview with Chuck Jones, Director of Intake, GMHC
COMMERCIAL: Badlands, NYC gay bar
9. Sports report
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
10. Current Events

GCN Special Presentation: "Whispers," a gay docudrama
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
1. "Whispers," a gay docudrama
COMMERCIAL: "The Gascon," a novel by John Colin Penford


December 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0611 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 12 [2]--The Right Stuff. Episode No. 129[Air Date: 12/18/1984]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

December 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0612 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 13 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 130
[Air Date: 12/26/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. A recap of some of the major LGBT events of 1984. Clips include:
2. Original "Stonewallers" at Pride Parade
3. Bella Abzug speech at Greater Gotham Business Meeting
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
4. Virginia Apuzzo on LGBT presence at Democratic National Convention
5. VP candidate Geraldine Ferraro at Democratic National Convention on human rights
6. Maureen Reagan, daughter of President, interviewed at Republican National Convention
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
7. Mayor Ed Koch at fundraiser for Judge Bill Thom
8. David Rothenberg campaign speech
10. Speech by Victor Gotbaum, Director DC 37, AFSCME
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
11. [Fairpack], a new political gay action committee
12. Reports on AIDS in 1984
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
13. Report on gays on television in 1984, including Showtime's cable series "Brothers"
14. Gay youth
16. Acquisition of NYC's LGBT Community Center on West 13th Street
15. Wrap up of 1984 events
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
16. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Michael Shernoff, Chelsea Psychotherapy, discusses how to deal with friends who have AIDS
17. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Performance by the Big Apple Corps Band with the Pink Panther
COMMERCIAL: "The Gascon," a novel by John Colin Penford
2. Gary Dee, female impersonator, on playing Joan Rivers
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
3. "Home for the Holidays," benefit at Limelight for AIDS Research Center (ARC), appearances by Whoopi Goldberg, Maurice Hines
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
4. "Impulse," Gat TV in Atlanta
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
5. Closing Credits


December 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0613 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 14 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 131
[Air Date: 12/31/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Gay rights hearings in Alexandria, Virginia
COMMERCIAL: "The Gascon," a novel by John Colin Penford
2.Tom Stoddard, Legislative Director of New York Civil Liberties Union, discusses sodomy laws
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
COMMERCIAL: Actor/ playwright Harvey Fierstein announces his return to "Torch Song Trilogy" at the Helen Hayes Theatre
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
3. Latest news on San Francisco bathhouses
4. New York Critics Circle names "The Times of Harvey Milk" film documentary of the year
5.Book: "Family Dancing"
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
6. Latest on gays and religion
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
7. Reagan administration may strike down current immigration laws that prevent gays from entering U.S.
8. Berkeley, California extends domestic partner benefits to city employees
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
9. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Dennis Passar, board member NYPHR, discusses parasites
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
10. Sports Report/ Closing

The Right Stuff:
1. Media Report/ Current Events, including clips from TV series "Fame" with appearance by Charles Pierce
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
2. Interview with actor John Burke, on career and appearance in play "City Men"
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
3. Gary Dee, female impersonator, on playing Joan Rivers
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
4. Interview with film director Reinhard von der Marwitz, discusses "Giarres"
COMMERCIAL: Actor/ playwright Harvey Fierstein announces his return to "Torch Song Trilogy" at the Helen Hayes Theatre
5. "Fame" clips/ closing credits


December 1984
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0614 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 15 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 132
[Air Date: 1/7/1985]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

January 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0615 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 16 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 133
[Air Date: 1/17/1985]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

January 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0616 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 17 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 134
[Air Date: 1/23/1985]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

January 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0617 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 18 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 135
[Air Date: 1/29/1985] [3]--Healthline

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

January 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0618 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 19 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 136
[Air Date: 2/5/1985]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Virginia Supreme Court child custody suit
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
2. Tom Stoddard, Legislative Director of New York Civil Liberties Union, on legality of gay relationships
3. Federal Gay Rights Bill reintroduced in U.S. House of Representatives
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
4. Interview with Jeff Snow and Bonnie McGinley, spokepersons for Concerned Americans for Individual Rights
5. The American Automobile Association in Wisconsin extends its benefits to gay couples
6. Salvation Army in Wisconsin loses contract when it refuses to sign anti-discrimination clause
7. Andy Humm discusses anti-gay rights activist, John J. O'Connor, Catholic Archbishop of New York
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
8. Interview with Brent Nicholson, head of The American Run for the End of AIDS
9. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: Actor/ playwright Harvey Fierstein announces his return to "Torch Song Trilogy" at the Helen Hayes Theatre
10. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Elaine Noble, Addiction Recovery Corp. member, discusses alcohol and drug addiction in the gay community
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events
COMMERCIAL: "The Gascon," a novel by John Colin Penford
2. Valentine's Day edition of "Season's Eatings" with Joe Alleva
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
3. Interview with Robert Rios, director of Dallas production of "Boys in the Band"
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
3. On the Streets with Jon
4. Closing credits


February 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0619 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 20 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 137
[Air Date: 2/12/1985]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. New chairman of Democratic Party, Paul G. Kirk Junior, approves the removal of the caucus system, a gay/lesbian political conduit
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
2. Interview with Jeff Snow and Bonnie McGinley, spokepersons for Concerned Americans for Individual Rights
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
3. Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations/military Recruitment Conflict at Temple University
4. Gay employment rights referendum does not pass in Houston, Texas, interview with Debra Danbury, state representative of Houston District #137
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
5. 5th circuit of appeals reviews sodomy law that only includes homosexuals in Austin, Texas
6. Openly gay and closeted politicians

COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
7. Sports
8. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Joyce Hunter, Program Director at Institute For the Protection of Lesbian & Gay Youth, discusses shelters and counseling
9. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Opening with Sybil Opthalmia Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Flower arrangements with Sybil Opthalmia Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
3. Culture/media/current events
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
4. Interview with The Women of Dallas

COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with Mike Farrell
5. On the streets with John Seidner
6. Closing credits


February 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0620 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 21 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 138
[Air Date: 2/18/1985]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Virginia Apuzzo resigns from National Gay Task Force
2. Virginia Apuzzo gives speech at press conference
COMMERCIAL: Actor/ playwright Harvey Fierstein announces his return to "Torch Song Trilogy" at the Helen Hayes Theatre
3. Reagan administration drastically cuts AIDS funding in 1986 budget
4. French researchers develop new drug for AIDS treatment, HPA23
4. ABC movie "Consulting Adults", viewership ratings and clip from film
5. New Hampshire Bill proposes gay/lesbian blood donation as felony
6. School administrators cancel Tolerance Day in Madison, Maine, because of lesbian speaker
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
7. Commentary on LGBT civil rights
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
8. Texas State Legislature representative Bill Ceverha, author of proposed Texas sodomy law
9. West Hollywood and domestic partners ordinance
10. San Francisco City Civil Service Commission rejects Public Health department request to hire private investigators for gay bathhouses
11. "The Times of Harvey Milk" documentary acclaim
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
12. Sports
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
13. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Michele Schwartz, Coordinator of Senior Action in a Gay Environment
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Sue Cavin, president of the Gay and Lesbian Press Association, discusses censorship in the New York Times
2. Media reports/current events/culture
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
3. Sybil Opthalmia Bruncheon takes ill
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
4. Cooking with Sybil Opthalmia Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with Jack Albertson
5. Closing credits


February 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0621 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 22 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 139
[Air Date: 2/26/1985]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. HTLV testing delay and false positive rate
2. Gerry Studds regains chairmanship of the house subcommittee on coastguard and navigation
COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"
3. Kings County Council in Washington state proposes an updated anti-gay discrimination ban for employment
4. More on West Hollywood and domestic partners ordinance
5. More on school administrators cancel Tolerance Day in Madison, Maine, because of lesbian speaker
6. Commentary on Bernard Goetz, "subway vigilante"
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
7. Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley fails to appoint more high level positions to openly gay people and promises to do better if re-elected
8. Councilman John Goodner of Houston, Texas plans to challenge current pro-gay mayor, Kathy Whitmire
9. Sue Lovell becomes first female president of Houston's Gay Political caucus
10. Erie, Pennsylvania Judge questions validity of gay man's will, specifies nearly 120,000 dollar donation to further gay civil rights
10. Big Brother accepts any volunteers no matter his/her sexual orientation
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
11. Sports, interview with Tom Hull, commissioner of MCAA Big Apple Softball
12. Weather report
13. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Sara T. Beatrice, Chief of Virology Labs, New York City Department of Health, discusses HTLV 3 test
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture
COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"
2. "Rags of the 80s" Fashion show footage at The Limelight
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
3. Interview with Dr. Jim Serafini on counseling both straight and gay men
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
4. Interview with William Hoffman and Marshall Mason, playwright and director of play "As Is"
5. Closing credits


February 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0622 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 23 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 140
[Air Date: 3/5/1985]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Update on Human Rights Commission documenting anti-gay discrimination
2. Interview with Keith O'Connor, Director of Discrimination for the NYC Human Rights Commission
COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"
3. Supreme court refuses to hear Ohio high school guidance counselor's gay discrimination case
4. National Gay Task Force Versus Oklahoma City schools
5. Baltimore city council members vote against gay civil rights (anti-discriminatory) law
6. Carol Bellamy, President of the New York City council, runs for mayor, includes clip of Bellamy at Greater Gotham Business Council
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
7. The Foundation For Traditional Morality blames rise in AIDS to overturned Dallas sodomy law
8. Local Dallas insurance agent misrepresents cancer plan to bar owners, says it includes AIDS, AIDS insurance plans
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with Abigail "Dear Abby" Van Buren
9. Washing D.C. gay activists ask city to help fund AIDS education, counseling, and services
10. Reagan administration lacks AIDS funding support
11. Inter-faith Forum clip on Religion and AIDS
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
12. Sports
13. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Christopher Collins, Cooperating Attorney with LAMBDA Legal Defense and Education Fund, discusses HTLVIII test
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture including Reagan rap and "Pleasure Beach" clip
[COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"]
2. Barbara Esposito and Bruce Hopkins start gay comedy night at Paper Moon, clips and outtakes
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
3. Interview with psychologist, Dr. Jim Serafini, discusses AIDS and sex fears


March 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0623 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 24 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 141
[Air Date: 3/12/1985]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Food and Drug Administration licenses HTLV III test amid doubts of its accuracy
2. LAMBDA Defense fights HTLVIII test, may sue Food and Drug Administration for unacceptably high false positive rates
COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"
3. Mariposa Foundation's Bruce Vogler discovers spermicide that eliminates HTLVIII on contact
4. Update on Supreme Court cases, National Gay Task Force Versus Oklahoma City schools
5. Interview with Tom Stoddard Legislative Director of New York Civil Liberties Union, discusses gay civil rights and Supreme Court cases
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
6. Future of gay civil rights
7. Anti-gay violence/harassment in Texas
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with actor Mike Farrell
8. Minneapolis gym owner closes his business rather than abide by city's gay ordinances
9. Zelda Rubinstein works for Los Angeles AIDS education group, appears on posters and ads, includes clip from "Poltergeist"
COMMERCIAL: Disc-o-rama, NY video and music store
10. Sports
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Christopher Collins, Cooperating Attorney with LAMBDA Legal Defense and Education Fund, returns and discusses HTLVIII test
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture including Sammy Davis Junior clip and CBS HTVLIII coverage
COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"
2. Restaurant review
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
3. Sybil Bruncheon


March 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0624 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 25 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 142
[Air Date: 3/19/1985]

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March 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0625 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 26 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 143
[Air Date: 3/26/1985]

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March 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0626 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 27 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 144
[Air Date: 4/2/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. New Hampshire votes against discriminatory blood bill
2. Several men press brutality charges against Chicago police department after a gar bar raid
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
3. Philadelphia police officers extort money from local gay bars, FBI sting operation reveals
4. Zelda Rubinstein ads
4. "The Times of Harvey Milk" wins academy award, includes clip from film and award show
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
5. New Jersey gay-discrimination
6. Texas senate proposes anti-gay employment discrimination bill, other Texas bills
7. New York State Gay and Lesbian lobbyists hire Desire Velarde as part-time lobbyist
8. New York State Lobby Day in Albany
9. As primary approaches, Carol Greitzer and David Rothenberg debate for City Council 3rd District position
10. Sports
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Bernard Granville, Insurance Broker, discusses comprehensive policies and misapprehensions
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Dreamboys
COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"
3. Interview with Quentin Crisp and Terry Miller
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity
4. David Henderson in Dallas
5. Closing credits


April 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0627 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 28 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 145
[Air Date: 4/8/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. New Hampshire votes against discriminatory blood bill
2. Several men press brutality charges against Chicago police department after a gar bar raid
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
3. Philedelphia police officers extort money from local gay bars, FBI sting operation reveals
4. Zelda Rubinstein ads
4. "The Times of Harvey Milk" wins academy award, includes clip from film and award show
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
5. New Jersey gay-descrimination
6. Texas senate proposes anti-gay employment descrimation bill, other Texas bills
7. New York State Gay and Lesbian lobbyists hire Desire Velarde as part-time lobbyist
8. New York State Lobby Day in Albany
9. As primary approaches, Carol Greitzer and David Rothenberg debate for City Council 3rd District position
10. Sports
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Bernard Granville, Insurance Broker, discusses comprehensive policies and misapprehensions
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Dreamboys
COMMERCIAL: "Lust in the Dust"
3. Interview with Quentin Crisp and Terry Miller
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity
4. David Henderson in Dallas
5. Closing credits


April 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0628 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 29 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 146
[Air Date: 4/16/1985]

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April 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0629 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 30 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 147
[Air Date: 4/23/1985]

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April 1985
Box: 40 Media : ID: 231.0630 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 31 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 148
[Air Date: 4/30/1985]

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April 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0631 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 32 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 149
[Air Date: 5/7/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Richmond Virginia hearings on gay rights
2. Man stabs and kills homosexual, claims self defense, 2nd degree murder
3. New South Wales, Australian Chief Medical Officer, seeks to close all bathhouses in the nation, believes it is a "breeding ground for AIDS"
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
4. Interview with Sue Li Bow, Director of Development for the Lesbian Rights Project, discusses family law and lesbian gay rights
5. Interview with Albuquerque's Common Bond president, Anne Doughty, discusses community center
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
6. Coming out
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
7. Sports including clip
Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Gary MacDonald, Executive Director of the Federation of AIDS Related Organizations, discusses his organization
8. Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture, includes Lawrence of Arabia clip and CNN news report on Gays and TV
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity
3. Return to Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Arco Blancos resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico
4. Commercials with Sybil
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
5. Dr. Jim Serafini, Psychotherapist, discusses gay relationships, romance versus friendship


May 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0632 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 33 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 150
[Air Date: 5/14/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay rights national lobby
2. Department of Defense wishes to have access to its service member's HTLVIII results
3. Barney Frank speaks at the Conference for Gay and Lesbian Jews
COMMERCIAL: Brunch Buddies
4. NYC Mayor Ed Koch and employment civil rights, Salvation Army joins court case
5. Chicago Archbishop OKs gay civil rights
6. Andy Humm discusses Ed Koch's trip to Rome
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
6. Washington state highschooler harasses lesbians, starts school movement against them
7. Conference on gay seniors, Senior Action in a Gay Environment
8. Dallas news
8. Sports, interview with Ron Keel of the MCAA Bowling League
9. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Gary MacDonald, Executive Director of the Federation of AIDS Related Organizations, discusses funding
10. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Interview with President of the Gay and Lesbian Press Association, Susan Cavin and intern, Heather Carjane
2. Media reports/current events/culture
COMMERCIAL: Brunch Buddies
COMMERCIAL: A Different Light Bookstore
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
3. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
4. Sybil Bruncheon reads a letter
COMMERCIAL: "The Times of Harvey Milk"
5. Sybil Bruncheon continues letter and closes


May 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0633 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 34 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 151
[Air Date: 5/21/1985]

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May 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0634 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 35 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 152
[Air Date: 5/28/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Steve Endean returns to Gay Rights National Lobby
2. United States Surgeon General orders all military personnel to take HTLVIII test
3. Philadelphia funeral home refuses to handle deceased AIDS patient burial
COMMERCIAL: Brunch Buddies
4. North Dakota gay bar bomb scare and increased patronage/support
5. Dallas news
6. Richard Gottlieb case
7. Gay Pride Parade clip
8. Bathhouse debate, includes clips of Dr. Steven Caiazza and Tom Stoddard
9. AIDS and politics
10. Ed Koch swears in Richard C. Failla, NYC's first openly gay criminal court judge
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
11. Ed Koch spoke at gay synagogue
12. Death of Bill Oates
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
13. Sports
14. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Susan Trauss returns, discusses neurologic complications of AIDS
15. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media report/current events/culture, includes clips and Steve Rubell
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Gay and Lesbian Press Association awards, includes clips from event
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity with actor Jack Albertson
3. Closing credits


May 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0635 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 36 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 153
[Air Date: 6/3/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. United States Court of Appeals declares a constitutional right for gay privacy
2. Two Illinois gay rights bills voted down
COMMERCIAL: Brunch Buddies
3. Democratic National Committee decides to abolish lesbian and gay caucus
4. Political reaction to new NY gay judge and Chicago Archbishop's approval of gay civil rights
5. Two openly gay foster parents lose custody to children due to adoption publicity
6. Gay concentration camp memorial in Germany, first monument for homosexuals
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
7. Anita Bryant loses spot on television program after network receives complaints
8. Interview with Candida Piel, Co-Chair, Heritage of Pride, discusses Gay Pride Week and parade
9. Dallas news, includes clip of Lori Palmer, member of Oaklawn Council
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
10. Sports, includes clip of Greg Louganis
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Susan Trauss returns, discusses study of AIDS and its psychological impact
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media report/current events/culture, includes clips of Joan Rivers and Matilda Krim
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
COMMERCIAL: Different Light Bookstore
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
2. Sybil Bruncheon raffle and street interviews
3. Media: The Queen Mother
4. Psychotherapist, Dr. Jim Serafini, discusses drugs/alcohol and gay men
5. Closing credits


June 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0636 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 37 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 154
[Air Date: 6/10/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Los Angeles Domestic Partners Bill
2. The American Civil Liberty's Union anti-discrimination project
3. Boston demonstrators protest against anti-gay foster parent legislation
4. Andy Hum on Father's Day
COMMERCIAL: Brunch Buddies
5. Harvard researchers announce they have blood test for AIDS which can also detect the virus in carriers, eliminates false positives
6. Bathhouses promote safe-sex in conference, interview with Mike Fesco, Atlanta Manager of Club Baths
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. Booksellers ban
8. Texas students throw beer cans at gay pride float
8. Tom Cuite resigns
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
9. Sports, "we are the world" clip
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
10. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Dr. Dan William, board member of New York Physicians for Human Rights, discusses antiviral agents and Isoprinosine
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media report/current events/culture, includes clips
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Brunch Buddies
3. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
4. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Arco Blancos resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico
5. Closing credits


June 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0637 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 38 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 155
[Air Date: 6/17/1985]

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June 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0638 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 39 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 156
[Air Date: 6/24/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Mayor Ed Koch reads proclamation declaring Gay Pride Week 1985
2. COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
3. Highlights from Gay Pride 1984
4. Sports
5. Healthline: Interview with Dr. Dan William on need for mandatory AIDS testing

The Right Stuff:
1. Current Events with Brandon Judell
2. COMMERCIAL: "Mandate" Magazine
3. Sybil Ophthalmia Bruncheon - "Picnic on the West Side Piers"
4. COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with Dear Abby
5. Broadway Confidential - Current theater news
6. COMMERCIAL: The Islanders Club
7. Terry Miller interviews Robert Rosenberg. Topic: "Before Stonewall"


June 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0639 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 40 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 157
[Air Date: 7/2/1985]

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July 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0640 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 41 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 158
[Air Date: 7/8/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Gay Pride Run 1985 - Front Runners
2. Gay Friends and Neighbors, Brooklyn
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
3. Police and Gay All-Stars, softball
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlaine and Associates: Career Service Professionals
4. Andy Humm reporting on Gay Pride March
5. Candlelight March, AIDS memorial on Christopher Street
7. Dallas, Texas Report
8. Heathline: AIDS Conference at Hunter College, June 1985, excerpt from key speaker Nathan Fain

The Right Stuff:
1. Current Events with Brandon Judell
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" magazine
2. Sybil Ophthalmia Bruncheon - "Picnic on the West Side Piers, with gifts"
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos Resort, Puerto Rico
3. Broadway Confidential: Michael Thomas Lord reviews "Vampire Lesbians of Sodom," "Leader of the Pack"


July 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0641 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 42 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 159
[Air Date: 7/15/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News - highlights:
1. Hollywood, Florida drops mandatory HTLV testing
2.New Orleans Archdioceses donates AIDS shelter for their 80 AIDS cases
3. David Dinkens runs for borough President
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
4. Human Rights Campaign survey got gay and lesbian discrimination
5. Dallas, Texas report
COMMERCIAL: Chamberlain and Associates, career service professionals
6. University of Texas and "April 12th Round-up Parade" that injured gay and lesbian students
7. Andy Humm reports on gay couple held hostage on Flight 847
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with actor Jack Albertson
8. Harvey Milk High School
9. Long Beach Gay Pride Parade refused permit
10. Gay Pride coverage
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection"
Sports report
Healthline: GMHC seminar: The Challenge of AIDS Continues/ Nathan Fain speech "Dream, Tragedy, and the Birth of Courage"

The Right Stuff:
1. A look at mainstream TV coverage of NYC Gay Pride Day
2. Segment from "The Phil Donohue Show," topic: developing sex organs in human fetus
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" magazine
3. Broadway Confidential: "Singin' in the Rain" review with performance footage
4. Sybil Bruncheon at NYC Gay Pride
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos resort, Puerto Rico
5 .Interview with Damian Charles, author of Jane Mansfield biography


July 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0642 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 43 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 160
[Air Date: 7/22/1985]

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July 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0643 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 44 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 161
[Air Date: 7/29/1985] [3]--Connection

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Lesbian mother loses custody rights
2. Minneapolis health club discriminates against gay man
3. Hollywood city council mandates HTLVIII testing
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
4. Lesbian presidential candidate at University of Oregon wins election
5. Before stonewall
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity: gay and lesbian disabled
6. Pittsburgh woman complains about gay organization's public phone listings
7. Mayor Koch addresses Greater Gotham Business Council, includes clip
8. Court upholds John McBride's will, includes over 100,000 dollar donation to gay civil rights
9. Brooklyn Public Library censorship
10. 1985 Gay Pride Parade, includes coverage
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
11. Sports
12. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Martin P. Levine, assistant professor of Sociology at Bloomfield College, discusses masculinity and gay sexuality
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture, includes clips. Joan Rivers, Dr. Robert Jackson, Health Commissioner of South Carolina
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Broadway, films, includes clip of "The Goonies"
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
3. Sybil Bruncheon tours park
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with Abigail Van Buren "Dear Abby"
4. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos Resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico
5. Channel 13 celebrates Gay Pride Week with three documentaries during primetime: Silent Pioneers, The Word is Out, In the Best Interest of the Children, includes clips


July 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0644 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 45 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 162
[Air Date: 8/5/1985] [3]--Connection [4]--Rock Hudson

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Reagan administration seeks more AIDS funding
2. North Carolina blocks anti-gay legislation
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
3. HTLVIII confidentiality in Wisconsin
4. Johnson & Johnson orders a cease a desist on San Diego AIDS Project education campaign, Ban AIDS
5. HPA23, United States unfamiliar with drug, popular in France
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6. Rock Hudson and AIDS
7. California court rejects lovers benefits claims
8. Refusal to hire or house Oklahoma sexual criminals, counts sodomy as crime
9. Gay Pride Parade coverage
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity [with Judge Steven Lax, judge of Los Angeles Superior Court]
10. Sports
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Martin P. Levine returns, assistant professor of Sociology at Bloomfield College, discusses health and safe sex
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon at Gracie Mansion
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
2. Ed Koch stands up Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
3. Sybil Bruncheon reads letter
COMMERCIAL:["Your Testicles and You"]
4."If This Isn't Love" review, includes clip
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos Resort, San Juan, Puerto Rico
5. Broadway Confidential: Cocoon, Prizzi's Honor
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
6. "Vampire Lesbians of Sodom"
7. Closing credits


August 1985
Box: 41 Media : ID: 231.0645 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 46 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 163
[Air Date: 8/12/1985]

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August 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0646 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 47 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 164
[Air Date: 8/19/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. R. Foster Winans, former Wall Street Journal reporter, receives prison sentences, judge grants his appeal to help AIDS victims for community service hours
2. State Farm Insurance extents joint owners and umbrella liability insurance to a San Francisco gay male couple
3. United States military charges man with homosexuality after he confidentially informs his naval doctor of his AIDS prognosis, AIDS discrimination
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
4. Elen Lauper, lesbian candidate for mayor in Phoenix, Arizona
5. Lesbian grandmother sues son-in-law for refusal to comply with visitation rights
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6."poppers" amyl and butyl nitrates
7. Illinois Abbott Laboratories announces eventual release of accurate AIDS test
8. Pentagon delays mandatory HTLVIII-positive military lists amid controversy
9. 1985 gay pride rally coverage, includes Sybil Bruncheon
10. Sports
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Jeffrey Lawrence, Assistant Professor of Medicine at New York Hospital, Cornell, discusses AIDS research development
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture, includes clip from "Divorce Court"
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
2. Sybil Bruncheon in Central Park
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
3. Sybil Bruncheon and Daphne
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with actor Jack Albertson
4. Sybil Bruncheon
5. Interview with Larry Kramer, author of "The Normal Heart", discusses his play and AIDS awareness


August 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0647 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 48 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 165
[Air Date: 8/26/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. NYC mayor debate and election
2. East Hampton, Long Island, bans discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation
3. Interview with T.J. Howell, Committee to re-elect mayor
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
4. Political consultants say gay civil rights politicians will not benefit from their support
5. Washington bathhouse update
6. Georgia sodomy law controversy
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. John Cardinal O' Connor and his hospice for AIDS patients
8. New findings, tuberculosis may be linked to AIDS
9. AIDS number one killer of gay men in NYC, 1985
10. Minneapolis man wins AIDS descrimination case
11. Sports, interview with Neal Babitch, Different Spokes
12. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Jeffrey Lawrence, Assistant Professor of Medicine at New York Hospital, Cornell, discusses neutralizing antibodies
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media reports/current events/culture
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
2. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with actor Mike Farrell
3. Sybil Bruncheon reads letters
4. Broadway Confidential: plays and films, includes clip
5. Interview with M.A. Milcho, Yugoslavian film director, includes clips


August 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0648 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 49 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 166
[Air Date: 9/4/1985]

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September 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0649 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 50 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 167[Air Date: 9/11/1985]

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Pride and ProgressNews-highlights: 1. Pentagon announces dismissal for any upcoming military personnel with positive HTVLIII blood test 2. Gay Rights National Lobby honors David B. Goodstein with memorial fund 3. Gay religious movement, includes clip of 7th Biennial Dignity Convection, 1985 COMMERCIAL: AIDS Study at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 4. Boston City Councilor David Scondras testifies at the Democratic National Committee's fairness convention
5. New York Young Republicans recruits gay men and lesbians
6. Federation of Friends and Parents of Lesbians and Gays publishes booklet, "Read This Before Coming Out to Your Parents," interview with Amy Ashworth, Executive Director
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. Naval Corpsman receives dishonorable discharge because of his AIDS diagnosis
8. Women, minorities, and AIDS
9. New clinical studies for AIDS drug, compound S
9. Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder, and Gladys Knight record "That's What Friends Are For," proceeds go to AIDs research
COMMERCIAL: "The Connection," gay and lesbian newspaper
10. Sports, includes clip
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Raymond Jacobs and William Shattls, AIDS Prevention Team members at Gay Men's Health Crisis, discuss 800 Men's study and AIDS risk reduction program
COMMERCIAL: GMHC Healthy Sex Workshops
12. Closing credits The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon at sunglass stand
COMMERCIAL: GMHC Healthy Sex Workshops
2. Sybil Bruncheon window shops
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with actor Jack Albertson
3. Broadway Confidential, "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" and "National Lampoon's European Vacation," includes clip
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
4. Interview with Henry Moch, Director of "Intelligence in Video"
COMMERCIAL: "Intelligence in Video" at The Limelight
5. Cabaret with Bradshaw Smith, includes clip of Bruce Hopkins
6. Closing


September 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0650 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 51 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 168
[Air Date: 9/18/1985]

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September 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0651 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 52 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 169
[Air Date: 9/25/1985]

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September 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0652 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 53 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 170
[Air Date: 10/1/1985]

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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Nation's largest insurance companies try to access HTVLIII test results to determine applicants' insurability
2. Rhode Island governor signs pro-gay legislation into law
3. Massachusetts House of Representatives defeats a gay rights bill, AIDS scare
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with "Dear Abby" Abigail Van Buren
4. Racine, Wisconsin nurse loses job because of sexual orientation
5. Wisconsin QUEST Program starts housing program for low income gay and lesbian senior citizens
6. Episcopal church speaks out against AIDS anxiety
7. Federal government approves HPA23 for experimental use in the United States
8. Californian republican, congressman Robert Dornan speaks out against AIDS anxiety in The House of Representatives
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
8. Sports, includes clip
9. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Scott Croxson, Research Fellow, Beth Israel Medical Center, discusses AIDS related conflicts
10. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Interview with Candido Mendes, Director of Gay Parade Day, includes coverage of parade
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
2. Broadway Confidential, "After Hours," includes clip
COMMERCIAL: GMHC Healthy Sex Workshops
3. Cabaret Beat, includes clip of Bradshaw Smith


October 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0653 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 54 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 165
[Air Date: 10/7/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Houston, Texas city council ordinance bars AIDS victims from public service employment
2. California campuses elect gay activist, Dan greening as UC system's student president
3. On Republican mayor candidate, Diane McGrath
4. Gay worker loses suit to obtain bereavement leave
5. Canadian customs officials seize gay literature
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6. Public Health Service unveils long range plan for controlling AIDS
7. Colorado becomes first state to require HTLVIII test results
8. New findings link AIDS with swine flu
9. New Jersey State Legislature reviews two AIDS related bills
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
10. Sports, includes clip
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Ken Wein, clinical psychologist, discusses psychological aspects of AIDS
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with Stephen Lax
2. Sybil Bruncheon returns
COMMERCIAL: GMHC Healthy Sex Workshops
3. Broadway Confidential, includes "Twilight zone" clip
COMMERCIAL: Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Islanders' Club
4. Women Identified, includes street responses and interview with Andrea Dworkin


October 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0654 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 55 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 166
[Air Date: 10/13/1985] [3]--Gay Video 12/2 9:30 and Show Show No. 2 and Tape 2-Not Complete

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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Rock Hudson death and AIDS federal funding
2. Diane McGrath wants to close all gay sex establishments and start mandatory HTLVIII tests for health and food employees
3. Jerry Falwell loses court battle, must pay 5,000 dollars to gay activist Jerry Sloan
4. Two prominent West German public officials come out of the closet
COMMERCIAL: Orientation '85, funded by The National Gay Task Force
5. The future of New York's gay rights bill
6. Barry Gingell, New York City physician, discusses smuggling illegal AIDS drugs from Mexico
7. AIDS treatment around the world
8. Princess Diana fires "confirmed bachelors" due to sexual orientation
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
9. Sports, includes clip
10. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Ken Wein, psychotherapist, discusses how to cope with AIDS anxiety
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: GMHC Healthy Sex Workshops
2. Sybil Bruncheon reads letters
COMMERCIAL: Orientation '85, funded by The National Gay Task Force
3. Sybil Bruncheon closes
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
4. Broadway Confidential, includes clip from "Golden Girls"
5. Current events/media/culture, includes clip from "Hotel"


October 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0655 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 56 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 167
[Air Date: 10/22/1985] [3]--Bathhouse

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. New York State denies pentagon, refuses to screen new recruits for HTLVIII
2.Washington gay bathhouses debate
3.Temple University renews recruiting policy on campus
4. Gay civil rights victory, University of Maryland
5. Annual Human Rights Campaign Fund dinner Coverage, includes Phil Donahue
COMMERCIAL: Orientation '85, funded by The National Gay Task Force
6. Bathhouse debate
7. World Health Organization announces an international AIDS research program
8. National Institute of Health shows AIDS and "poppers" link
9. AIDS witch-hunt in Houston, Texas
10. Georgetown Island, Maine hotel refuses to house lesbian couple
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
11. Sports
12. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dennis Aldman, Policy Fellow at the Institute for Health Policy Studies at The University of California at San Francisco, discusses political aspects of AIDS
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
2. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: Orientation '85, funded by The National Gay Task Force
3. Broadway Confidential, includes clip of Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories"
4. Current events/media/culture, includes clip of Dire Straits music video, "Money for Nothing" and CNN AIDS report
5. Closing credits


October 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0656 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 57 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 168
[Air Date: 10/30/1985]

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October 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0657 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 58 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 169
[Air Date: 11/5/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. The Pentagon's top doctor orders limited HTLVIII positive test result access, only civilian health officials can request
2. Thomas Stoddard, Legislative Director of The New York Civil Liberties Union, worries about confidentiality of military personnel HTLVIII test results
3. New York Governor Cuomo orders New York City bathhouse regulations
4. Reaction to Governor Cuomo's bathhouse regulation proposal
5. New York lobbyists and anti-gay AIDS bills
6. National Gay Rights Advocates challenge Nevada's sodomy laws with lawsuit
6. Texas Human Rights Commission raises funds to fight sodomy statutes
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. Senate proposes federal AIDS budget increase
8. Integrity, a gay and lesbian Christian organization, plans New York City AIDS memorial
9. Social security benefits proposal for ARC patients
10. Meridian, Mississippi police arrest 4 impersonators at local gay bar, 1902 rule prohibits cross-dressing
COMMERCIAL: Orientation '85, funded by The National Gay Task Force
11. Sports, includes clip
12. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Lawrence Mass discusses AIDS emergence and its spread
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Broadway Confidential, discusses Bernadette Peters
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Sybil Bruncheon warms up
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
3. Sybil Bruncheon reads audience's questions
COMMERCIAL: World of Video
4. Sybil Bruncheon closes


November 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0658 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 59 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 170
[Air Date: 11/12/1985]

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November 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0659 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 60 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 171
[Air Date: 11/20/1985]

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November 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0660 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 61 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 172
[Air Date: 11/27/1985]

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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. New AIDS guidelines counteract hysteria
2. United States Supreme Court reviews sodomy statutes
3. Gay Anti-Defamation League holds first meeting in New York City, includes clip of Vito Russo speech
4. What the Gay Cable Network is thankful for
5. Drug Abuse Resistance Education funds Independent AIDS researchers
6. Carol Burnett speaks out in public announcements, American Foundation for AIDS Research
7. New York City Council Health Committee hearing coverage, David Rothenberg speaks
8. FBI and Rock Hudson
9. Richard Feldman, Attorney discusses lack of gay rights and housing in the New York City area
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
10. Sports, including Bart Conner clip
11. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Lori Behrman, Director of Public Information for GMHC, discusses media and presentation
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. John Burke, footage of Sybil Bruncheon and Bill Baumer at Halloween parade, Christopher Street
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Eye on New York
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
3. "Sounds in the Distance," includes clips


November 1985
Box: 42 Media : ID: 231.0661 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 62 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 173
[Air Date: 12/3/1985]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. The American Federation of Labor CIO speaks in favor of gay rights
2. Vermont gay rights victory
3. David Axelrod, New York State Health Commissioner guest speaker at gay and lesbian synagogue
COMMERCIAL: National Fund for Human Dignity
4. District of Columbia reinstates revenue bonds to anti-gay Georgetown University
5. Dallas, Texas gay activist refuses sodomy statute oath
COMMERCIAL: Orientation '85, funded by The National Gay Task Force
6. AIDS hysteria, Potential bill criminalizes AIDS transmission
7. People's Republic of China protest against AIDS with travel restrictions and blood tests
8. Wayne Steinman, Civil Liberties Crisis Coalition, discusses AIDS hysteria
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
9. Sports, interview with Leslie Randolph, Ramblers
10. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Fran Peltz, Group Leader of Care Partners, discusses AIDS support
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon at Halloween celebration, Christopher Street
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
2. Sybil Bruncheon and Bill Baumer Halloween coverage
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Cabaret Beat, includes Hal and David clip
4. Women Identified: Connie Kurtz, peer councilor, and Ruth Burman, mental health councilor, discuss the coming out process


December 1985
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0662 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 63 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 174
[Air Date: 12/10/1985]

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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. New San Francisco law bans AIDS discrimination and mandatory HTLVIII tests
2. Los Angeles Insurance Professionals for Human Rights hold second meeting
3. Gay Anti-Defamation League protests against New York Post for slander, includes footage
4. Gay community response to Governor Cuomo's ban
COMMERCIAL: Orientation '85, funded by The National Gay Task Force
5. Paraguayan government harasses gay Paraguayan publisher
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6. human rights Texas Commission condemns employment discrimination against people with AIDS, health cards
7. Greenwich Village establishes two new AIDS residences
8. Interview with David Kopay, discusses coming out
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with "Dear Abby" Abigail Van Buren
9. Sports
10. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Dr. Mathilde Krim, Chairperson of American Medical Foundation, discusses AIDS Medical Foundation changes
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Current events/media/culture, includes clips
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
2. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Sybil Bruncheon reads letters


December 1985
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0663 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 64 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 175
[Air Date: 12/17/1985]

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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Navy attempts to discharge eight men with positive HTLVIII antibody test results
2.Georgetown University law students vote to oppose gay discrimination
3. Canada's parliament considers gay military admittance
4. United Sates Immigration and Naturalization Service grants permanent residence status to Santiago Reyes
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity
5. South America discovers new evidence, supports the AIDS co factor theory
6. Right-winged Boston conservatives Conference
7. Pittsburgh Gay Chorus changes name to Renaissance City Choir, founders worry about backlash and job security
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
8. Sports, includes clips
9. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Raymond Jacobs, Recreation Program Director and GMHC Founder, discusses AIDS crisis
10. Closing credits
11. Lou Maletta addresses public

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
3. Safety message
COMMERCIAL: The Grande Gala-Gay, The Islanders' Club
4. Current events/media/culture, includes Marc Christian clip
5. Closing credits


December 1985
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0664 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 65 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 176
[Air Date: 12/24/1985]

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December 1985
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0666 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 1 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 177
[Air Date: unknown]

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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress [New Years Review of 1985]
News-highlights:
1. "Times of Harvey Milk" wins academy award, includes clip
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with Jack Albertson
2. Phil Donahue wins award The Arthur Bell Award at The Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner, includes clip
3. Virginia Apuzzo resigns as director of National Gay Task Force, includes clip
4. The American Civil Liberties Union discusses gay community's privacy rights
5. New York City Democratic Gay Rally coverage, Mayor Ed Koch speaks
6. 1985 Gay Pride AIDS Memorial Candlelight Service
7. Barry Davidson, Director of Information for GMHC and Richard Dunne, Incoming Director of GMHC, discuss AIDS research and healthy sex
7. Harvey Milk School opens, includes clip
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
8. Sports, includes clip
9. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Doris Taussig, Volunteer for GMHC, discusses involvement in gay community
10. Closing credits