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Guide to the Gay Cable Network Archives
1982-2001
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Container List

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]

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

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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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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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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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

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]

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 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]

Conditions Governing Access

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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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Scope and Content

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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Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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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]

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 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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

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

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

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

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

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

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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

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 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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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]

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 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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

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]

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 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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Sybil Bruncheon and healthy sex calendar
COMMERCIAL: The Grande Gala-Gay, The Islanders' Club
3. Current events/media/culture, includes clips
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
4. Eye on New York, Chelsea District


circa 1985 - 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0667 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 2 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 178
[Air Date: 1/7/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Two-month-long San Francisco vigil
2. New York poll on gay acceptance
3. The Fund for Human Dignity receives first contribution from a major United States Corporation
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity
4. Six New Mexico lesbians take on Albuquerque Police Department for unlawful arrest and sexual harassment charges
5. Philadelphia Bill threatens HTLVIII test result privacy
6. Federal Centers for Disease Control have put safe sex programs on hold out of concern for explicitness
7. District of Columbia City Council passes legislation, protects privacy of persons with HIV and AIDS
8. Members of San Francisco Lesbian gay Freedom Day parade Committee votes to retain word "lesbian" in the name of parade
9. AIDS positive Michael Callen, member of People with AIDS, discusses the group and his survival for the past four years
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
10. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Audrey Hassell, Coordinator of Financial Advocacy, discusses her position
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Sybil Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Sybil Bruncheon reads mail
COMMERCIAL: The Grande Gala-Gay, The Islanders' Club
3. Current events/media/culture, includes clips
COMMERCIAL: AIDS hotline, New York AIDS Action
4. Cabaret Beat with Bradshaw Smith, includes clips


January 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0668 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 3 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 179
[Air Date: unknown]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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Program Content: Unknown

circa 1985 - 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0669 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 4 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 180
[Air Date: 1/23/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

January 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0670 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 5 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 181
[Air Date: 1/29/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

January 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0671 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 6 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 182
[Air Date: 2/4/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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February 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0672 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 7 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 183
[Air Date: 2/10/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Leader of recent Southern Baptist Convention speaks out against gays
2. Ms. Magazine names two friends of the gay community, Lilly Timbaland and Doctor Mathilde Krim, as its Women of the Year
3. Minnesota woman fighting to care for severely disabled lover
4. Coors beer boycotts due to anti-gay practices
COMMERCIAL: Sears
5. Lesbian and Gay Rights Bill
6. Jim Levin, New York City Commissioner of Human Rights, discusses proposal
7. Tom Stoddard, Executive Director of LAMBDA Legal Defense, discusses Georgia Sodomy Law updates
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
8. Pennsylvania Department of Health registries
9. Florida legislature tries to make HTLVIII test mandatory for state teachers and students
10. Pennsylvania gay activists and Department of Health safety pamphlet
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
11. Sports, includes clip
12. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Sara Mercado, loses son to AIDS, discusses AIDS care and her experiences
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Sybil Bruncheon, Valentine's Day
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Sybil Bruncheon's birthday
COMMERCIAL: Sybil Bruncheon T-Shirts
4. Sybil returns and love scenes
COMMERCIAL: CASIO Pocket TV
5. Current events, interview with Debbie Provenzanio, cuts off


February 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0673 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 8 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 184
[Air Date: 2/19/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Georgetown University The Human Rights Commission
2. New San Francisco "poppers" legislation
3. Gay man wins case, kills man in self defense after a year of harassment and physical abuse
4. Gay and lesbian counseling service and United Liquors seventeen thousand dollar grant
5. Jim Flint, President of Prairie State Democratic Club, announces entrance into Democratic Primary as Cook County Commissioner
6. "How to Lobby your Legislature" part two with Jim Levin, New York City Human Rights Commissioner
COMMERCIAL: CASIO Pocket TV
7. San Francisco Health Department Task Force recommends abortions for pregnant women with AIDS
8. Seramin does not treat AIDS
9. New York hospital faces heavy penalties for mistreating persons with AIDS
10. Job discrimination and AIDS
11. Atlanta Man sets computer to call right winged conservative Jerry Falwell's toll free number every thirty seconds for eight months after anti-gay remarks, each call cost two dollars
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
12. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Robert Bolton, volunteer on GMHC hotline, discusses involvement in program
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby, includes clip
2. Sybil Bruncheon opens present
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Sybil and hats
COMMERCIAL: Sybil Bruncheon T-Shirts
4. Books Reviews: Malcolm Boyd's "Half Laughing, Half Crying" and Howard Cruse's "Wendel"
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
5. Current events/media/culture, includes sitcom clip and news coverage


February 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0674 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 9 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 185
[Air Date: 2/26/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

February 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0675 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 10 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 186
[Air Date: 3/5/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

March 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0676 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 11 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 187
[Air Date: 3/12/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. National Gay Rights Advocates, Bowers versus Hardwick in United States Supreme Court
2. Two openly gay candidates run for office in Dane County, Wisconsin
3. Megatone Records manager pleads guilty to embezzling fourteen thousand dollars from Gay Men's Health crisis proceeds
4. Austin, Texas Klu Klux Klan member lashes out against homosexuals
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
5. Boston College anti-gay discrimination
6. Jack Campbell runs for Florida United States Senate
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. Cambridge University treats AIDS patients with HTLVIII antibody blood
8. Two labs develop possible HTLVIII vaccine advances
9. Report examines HTLVIII credibility
10. Pennsylvania bill proposes HTLVIII positive marriage ban
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
11. Sports, includes clips
12. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Doris Traussig, GMHC volunteer, discusses what she does and why she volunteers
13. screening of "A Chance of a Lifetime" at Hunter College
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby, includes clip
COMMERCIAL: CASIO Pocket TV
3. Cable Car Awards coverage
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with Mike Farrell
4. Sybil Bruncheon's birthday party
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
5. Current events/media/culture


March 1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0677 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 12 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 188
[Air Date: 3/19/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. United States government and the HTLVIII antibody test
2. United States republican representative William Dannemeyer withdraws from senate race
3. Wisconsin assembly defeats amendment
4. Gay and lesbian couples survey
5. Andy Humm speaks to New York City Council
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
6. Atlanta Gay Center protest
7. The New York City Gay Rights Bill, includes coverage of Mayor Koch, Andy Humm, Councilman Noah Dear, Harvey Firestein
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
8. Barbara Streisand purchases play, "The Normal Heart," plans to adapt into film
9. Breast cancer more prevalent in childless women, health precautions
10. The American Foundation for AIDS Research begins fifteen more public services
11.Houston, Texas, first national hospital for AIDS treatment
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
12. Sports, interview with Ron Crispo
13. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Robert Isaacs, Psychotherapist, discusses drug addiction and AIDS
14. screening of "A Chance of a Lifetime" at Hunter College
15. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby, includes clip
COMMERCIAL: CASIO Pocket TV
2. Sybil Bruncheon opens more presents and intros the monster
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Sybil attempts to cook with Joseph Viane
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
4. Sybil returns
5. Current events/media/culture, includes clip
6. Robert Reilly, Author of the God of Mirrors, discusses his book


March 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0678 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 13 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 189
[Air Date: 3/26/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. National Security Agency agrees to a reinstate gay and bisexual men in agency
2. Minneapolis, health club owner faces daily three hundred dollar fine for unfair hiring policies, only hires fundamentalist Christians
3. Baltimore, Maryland gay activists band together for gay civil rights, Anti Discrimination Fund
4. Moral majority leader Jerry Falwell responds to phone harassment with new number
5. Andy Humm speaks in City Hall Rally, March 18th, 1986, coverage and interview
COMMERCIAL: CASIO Pocket TV
6. Minnesotan gay Air Force Pilot takes military to court for his discharge
7. Gay teachers fight homophobia in Idaho
8. Brown University sponsors conference for five hundred northeastern college students, conference focuses on efficient ways to run gay campus groups and community outreach
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
9. Minneapolis, Minnesota government pledges job security to any citizen with AIDS
10. Venereal warts
10. National Jewish AIDS Project
11. National AIDS Network starts in Washington, D.C.
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
12. Sports, Bill Baumer interviews Gay Pool League
13. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Sara Mercado, loses son to AIDS, discusses AIDS care and her experiences
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
2. Julie Curtis coverage of "Don't Tell Mamma"
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
3. GCN Book Review: Quentin Crisp's Manners From Heaven and How to Become a Virgin
4. Sybil Bruncheon with Joseph Viane
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
5. Sybil and Joseph return, cuts off


March 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0679 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 14 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 190
[Air Date: 4/1/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Passing of New York City's Gay Rights Bill, March 16th, 1986, interviews with Mayor Edward Koch and others, general coverage
2. April Fools' Day, Fake News Stories
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
3. April Fools' News Stories, Continued
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
4. Sports Report
5. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Jim Holmes discusses the safety pin as an sign of the wearer's utilization of safer sex practices
6. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: Casio Pocket TV
2. Sybil Bruncheon show introduction
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Musical guest Pink Limo performs their song "No Secrets"
4. Pink Limo interviewed by Sybil, tape cuts off


April 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0681 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 15 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 191[Air Date: 4/8/1986]

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The Right Stuff:
1. Summer reading recommendations from Different Light Bookstore
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
2. Sybil Bruncheon continues interview of musical guest Pink Limo
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Interview continues, cuts off


April 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0682 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 16 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 192
[Air Date: 4/16/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. American insurance associations donate $1.1 million to AIDS research
2. Estate of Rock Hudson sues Hudson's alleged ex-lover, Marc Christian
3. Gay and Lesbian Task Force co-director, Rosemary Kuropat, resigns
4. Coverage of Bowers v Hardwick
5. Idaho attempted to introduce a bill to prohibit teachers from discussing homosexuality in a positive light
6. Oklahoma's sodomy law ruled unconstitutional but only regarding non-gay sex
7. Outing closeted homosexuals who are publically anti-gay
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
8. New Jersey wishes for Gay Rights Bill similar to New York City's
9. Gay Health Report
10. Discussion of apartment leases after AIDS-related deaths
11. Event announcement
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
12. Sports Report
13. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Joseph Foulon, a GMHC Hotline assistant, member of PWA Coalition, and an organizer of the NYC AIDS walk
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: E-Z Trim exercise equipment
2. Interview with Jaime Humberto Hermosillo and Marco Antonio Treviño, director and star of "Dona Herlinda and her Son"
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
3. Pop and Circumstance: music news, video clips
4. Sybil Bruncheon, tidbits
COMMERCIAL: The Monster


April 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0683 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 17 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 193
[Air Date: 4/23/1986]

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Catholic theologian Charles Curran warned by Vatican for support of homosexuals
2. Sacramento city passes Gay Rights Bill
3. Indiana legislature kills several anti-gay bills
4. Fundraiser held to repeal the Texas sodomy law
5. Possible AIDS vaccine's effect on search for a cure
COMMERCIAL: Commodore Plus 4
6. Rules governing the election of delegates in 1988 Democratic Convention changed to specifically include gays
7. Vermont rejects anti-discrimination move against gays by landlords
8. Gay Health Report: Study on course of HTLV infection, oral sex's riskiness, accommodation for gays visiting an Australia regatta
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
9. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Stash Santoro discusses GMHC's buddy program for those dying of AIDS
10. Sports Report, from Bowlmor Lanes
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: E-Z trim exercise equipment
2. Cabaret Beat, clips from a performance
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Interview with director Rosa von Praunheim about "A Virus Knows no Morals"
COMMERCIAL: "The Gascon" by John Colin Penford
4. Dramatic reading of "More Lies" by Hektor Munoz
COMMERCIAL: Jack Albertson for the Fund for Human Dignity
5. Review of the play "Immortal" by Felice Picano
COMMERCIAL: Koos Fashion store
COMMERCIAL: Michael Greer show announcement
6. Book Reviews: Gay/Lesbian Almanac by Jonathan Katz, Byron and Greek Love by Louis Crompton, Ganymede in the Renaissance by James Saslow, White Trash Cooking by Ernest Mickler


April 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0684 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 18 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 194
[Air Date: 4/30/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

April 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0685 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 19 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 195
[Air Date: 5/7/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Proposed immigration ban for AIDS infected persons
2. Bunceton, Missouri, openly gay mayor Gene Ulrich elected to fourth term
3. Seattle, lawyers guild attempts to block anti-gay activists from repealing protective ordinance, Council of Churches supports gay civil rights
4. Andy Humm on censoring yourself and gay liberation
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse sale
5. Interview with Connie Cohrt of the Greater Gotham Business Council
6. ICN, makers of Ribavirin, artificially inflated price of the drug in Mexico
7. Texas, first national AIDS hospital plans approved
8. National Cancer Institute renders AIDS virus harmless in the lab
9. Houston, Texas, council advises against health card proposal
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
10. Sports Report
11. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Doug Marcino, a volunteer in the Speaker's Bureau of GMHC's Education Department, on providing informational outreach about GMHC
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: E-Z Trim exercise equipment
2. Interview with author Gordon Merrick on his book "A Measure of Madness"
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Review of "Desert Hearts" film
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with Dear Abby
4. Interview with organizers of "Hocus Pocus" fundraiser event for children with AIDS, cuts off


May 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0686 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 20 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 196
[Air Date: 5/14/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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May 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0687 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 21 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 197
[Air Date: 5/21/1986]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Washington State, initiative proposed to make employing gays for jobs caring for children, the disabled, or senior citizens a gross misdemeanor; uses very discriminatory language to describe gays
2. Knoxville, Tennessee, church votes to allow Metropolitan Community Church to continue using its facility
3. Interview with co-coordinators of Heritage of Pride, Inc., discuss the forthcoming NYC Gay Pride March and Rally
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
4. Notre Dame prohibits gay/lesbian group from using radio station
5. Andy Humm on Catholic church's prohibitive stance on priests and sexuality
6. California extends equal employment protection to gays and lesbians
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse sale
7. Wisconsin AIDS task force moves for contact testing
8. Travel tips for people with AIDS
9. California governor approves selective testing for HTLVIII antibody in "high-risk" patients
10. Proposed AIDS insurance bill revised to prohibit testing by insurance companies
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity
11. Sports Report
12. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Casey Donovan, sex-act performer, discussing safer sex and the proper use of condoms
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: E-Z Trim exercise equipment
2. Clips of Lyndon LaRouche discussing AIDS and Mark Fairchild discussing AIDS patients
3. Media Watch: interview with "Mandate" magazine editor, Freeman Gunther
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation featuring Jose Sarria
4. Interview with Phil Zwickler about "Rights and Reactions," a documentary film chronicling NYC's fight to pass the gay rights bill, with clips
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation, tape ends


May 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0688 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 22 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 198
[Air Date: 5/28/1986]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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May 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0689 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 23 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. 199
[Air Date: 6/2/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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June 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0690 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 24 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/9/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Washington, DC, City Council passes bill prohibiting insurance companies from denying coverage to "high risk" persons or those with HTLVIII antibody
2. Providence, Rhode Island, equal rights amendment killed by constitutional conventional committee
COMMERCIAL: First Hand gay magazine
3. Senatorial candidate Phil Reed discusses a state gay rights bill
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
4. Event announcement
5. Andy Humm discusses relationships breaking up
6. Anchorage, Alaska, Mayor opposes amendment of equal rights ordinance to include homosexuals
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. Colorado, senate and house committees fail to vote on AIDS quarantine bill
8. US Senate raises AIDS research budget
9. AIDS becomes leading killer of men aged 30-44 and women aged 25-29 in New York City
10. Soldier is court-martialed after refusing to take a required HTLVIII antibody test
11. Two female high-schoolers allowed to attend prom together after a court order
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos resort, Puerto Rico
12. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: New York City Gay Men's Chorus
13. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Raymond Jacobs, discussing GMHC's erotic safer-sex movie "Chance of a Lifetime" and safer-sex workshops
14. Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
Interview with Kevin Glines, playwright and co-founder of non-profit gay arts organization The Glines
COMMERCIAL: Body-mate exercise equipment
Interview with Stephen Holt, playwright, discusses his play "The Casting of Kevin Christian," reading from play
COMMERCIAL: Water Front Airways


June 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0691 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 25 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/16/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Good effects of protective legislation for gays from insurance companies
2. New Jersey governor welcomes gays to the Republican Party
3. Interview with Terry Miller for "Mega Raffle," a fundraiser for gay-rights and education groups
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
4. Gay Pride Month, interview with Norman White of the Lesbian and Gay Community Center
5. Toronto school board votes down a ban on discrimination based on sexual orientation
6. Cincinnati: Andy Humm discusses hosting a gay pride march in a conservative city
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
7. Wellington, NZ: Insurance companies screening "high risk" applicants for HTLVIII
8. Interview with Gary Miller, from the New York City Gay Men's Chorus, on an upcoming concert, with clips
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
9. Boston: Bill for the protection of confidentiality of HTLVIII positive persons sent back for a vote
10. AIDS Project Los Angeles lists donators names on billboards
11. 1st Annual San Francisco AIDS Bike-a-thon raises $250,000 for AIDS organizations, NYC AIDS Walk-a-thon raises $700,000
12. Announcement: "Freedom Voyage '86"
COMMERCIAL: Arcos Blancos resort, Puerto Rico
13. Sports Report, interview with Jim Skofield for the Gay Pride Run
14. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Joanne Mantell discussing GMHC's award from the Centers for Disease Control to reduce high-risk sex practices
15. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
1. Announcements
2. Interview with Robert Chesley, author of the play, "Pigman," discussing safe sex as anti-eroticism
COMMERCIAL: Body-mate exercise equipment
3. Clips of Sybil Bruncheon speaking at GCN of Cincinnati, tape cuts off


June 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0692 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 26 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/23/1986]

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Maine: Obscenity referendum to ban items of a sexual nature defeated
2. Massachusetts: Bill passed assuring privacy protection for HTLVIII positive persons
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
3. Interview with John Glines, discussing Stamp Out AIDS Project
4. Missouri: Anti-gay lawmaker fails in an attempt to ban gays from teaching in schools
5. Andy Humm discusses the 17th Anniversary of the Stonewall riots
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
6. Mayor Edward Koch attacked by homophobe at the Proclamation for Lesbian and Gay Pride Week, with clip
7. Adair Films loses its contract to make an AIDS documentary to a non-gay company
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
8. Hawaii: Governor signs measure ensuring confidentiality of those testing positive for sexually transmitted diseases
9. Lesbians at high risk for discrimination following the AIDS epidemic, despite being at lowest risk for the disease
10. Call for volunteers for a national study of drug treatments to treat AIDS/HTLVIII positive persons
11. Researchers grow AIDS virus in animal cells for the first time
12. Announcements about Gay Pride Weekend
COMMERCIAL: New York City Gay Men's Chorus
13. Sports Report
14. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Psychotherapist Michael Shernoff discussing eroticizing safer sex
15. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Coverage of the Cincinnati Gay Pride Parade, includes clips of the march, the mayor reading equal rights amendment, GCN ensemble singing "Steppin' Out"
COMMERCIAL: New York City Gay Men's Chorus
2. Interview with David Summers, cabaret singer and AIDS activist, regarding "Hero of My Own Life," with clip
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" magazine
3. Announcement of "Ten By Tennessee" production of Tennessee Williams' plays
4. Closing credits


June 1986
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0693 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 27 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/30/1986]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. USA Today poll finds American fathers fear their children becoming gay
2. Jerry Fallwell warns of financial disaster for the anti-gay organization Liberty Christian Academy
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
3. 4th of July Interview with "the Statue of Liberty" (Bill Baumer in a costume)
4. National Association of Business Councils folds
5. Andy Humm discusses the concept of liberty and discrimination
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
6. House revises the codes prohibiting sexual assault to include men
7. Official Stamp Out AIDS stamps announced
8. HTLVIII antibody found in only 1% of infected persons' saliva
8. Yoga seminars offered to assist those with AIDS in keeping healthy, physically and mentally
9. Washington DC mayor signs into law a bill prohibiting insurance companies from denying coverage to those who test positive for the HTLVIII antibody
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
10. Sport Report
11. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Kevin Madden discussing volunteering at GMHC
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
COMMERCIAL: Freedom Cruise '86 AIDS Benefit
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby, taped recording from Cincinnati Gay Pride
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" magazine
2. Interview with Michael Musto, Village Voice columnist, on his book "Downtown," documenting the night scene in 1980s New York City
COMMERCIAL: Body Mate exercise equipment
3. Coverage of the Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center's 3rd Annual Garden Party
COMMERCIAL: Water Front Airways


June 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0694 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 28 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/8/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

July 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0695 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 29 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/15/1986]

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. California, anti-gay Lyndon LaRouche is successful at getting an initiative on the ballot that would define AIDS as an infectious disease, allowing for quarantining, mandatory testing for suspected persons, and dismissal from public office
2. Coverage of protests against the Georgia sodomy laws in New York City on July 4th
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
3. Interview with Evan Wolfson from Lambda Legal Defense about Georgia sodomy laws and Bowers vs Hardwick
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. Andy Humm on the July 4th demonstration against the sodomy laws and liberation
5. July as "Make the President Aware Month"
6. Los Angeles, Spanish-language AIDS hotline funded by the government
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. Sports Report
8. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Bruce Patterson and Scott Jordan, discussing establishing a relationship in this anxious time and as a person with AIDS
8. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" magazine
2. Coverage of the New York City Gay Pride Parade by GCN Cincinnati, with clips
COMMERCIAL: Body Mate exercise equipment
3. Small items and clips of new bathing suit styles for men, tape cuts off


July 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0696 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 30 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/22/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. The AIDS-centered play "The Normal Heart" banned from performing at Washington D.C.'s Kennedy Center after the Supreme Court ruling on the Georgia sodomy laws
2. Man sues the San Diego Police Dept. for arresting him at their Gay Pride Parade and forcibly administering the HTLVIII antibody test
3. Urvashi Vaid becomes the Information Director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
4. Officer court-martialed for refusing to submit to testing for the HTLVIII antibody
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
5. Iowa's Democratic Party Convention refuses to change the state constitution to give gays a vote on the central committee
6. Andy Humm on courage
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
7. Chicago judge vacates court order for gay fathers to have to take the HTLVIII antibody test before being allowed to have custody of their children
8. Introduction of laws for the regulation of "poppers" as a recreational drug
9. Ability of men to get pregnant by implanting a fertilized egg in the anus
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
10. Sports Report
11. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Second part of the interview with Bruce Patterson and Scott Jordan, discussing relationships as a person with AIDS
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. The Fabulous Follies: Drag star Hurricane Sommers lip-synchs to Patti Labelle's song "Oh" over clips of NYC's Gay Pride Parade
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" magazine
2. Newsweek magazine coverage, discussion of NYC AIDS doctor and homosexual abuse by a Massachusetts college president
3. Channel 5's coverage of the Georgia sodomy laws, with clips
4. Rate of AIDS in Haiti among straight men and women very high
COMMERCIAL: Body Mate exercise equipment
7. Closing credits


July 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0697 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 31 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/29/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. International Conference on AIDS in Paris finds little hope of a cure, but several effective treatments, including AZT
2. National survey by the University of Pennsylvania ranks consensual homosexual acts as a more severe crime than creating a neighborhood disturbance or smoking marijuana
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
3. Interview with Julian Schroeder, Democratic candidate for New York Congress
4. London branch of British Labour Party bans family photos from campaign literature as it unfairly promotes heterosexualism
5. Two London men charged with shocking public behavior for kissing at a bus stop
6. Andy Humm on the promotion of condoms in the media
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
7. Methodist Church conference supports the protection and assistance of those with AIDS
8. Discovery of general protection for cells from the HTLVIII virus announced at the International AIDS conference in Paris
9. San Francisco, rate of transmission of AIDS has declined sharply since 1984 due to changes in sexual behavior
10. San Francisco, Sandra Day O'Connor's visit to city hall prompts protests and police brutality
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
11. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
12. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with David Summers, AIDS activist with the People with AIDS Coalition
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This week in gay history with Jeff Bixby
COMMECIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Brandon Judell on Keith Clark's book "Being Sexual and Celibate" and the Meese Commission on Pornography, with clips
3. Repeat of Judell's interview with journalist and writer Michael Musto
4. Report on AIDS in the workplace
COMMERCIAL: Body Mate exercise equipment
5. San Francisco Gay Pride Parade footage
6. Closing credits


July 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0698 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 32 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/6/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

August 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0699 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 33 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/11/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

August 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0700 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 34 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/21/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Proposal for a Chicago gay rights bill is voted down
2. LA Times poll finds opinion of total population on homosexuals does not align with Jerry Falwell's conservative fundamentalist Christian followers
3. Olympia, Washington, anti-gay group fails to get enough signatures to remove the city's gay rights ordinance
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. Justice Warren Burger's attendance at a New York City event protested by the Gay and Lesbian Rights Coalition, with clips
COMMERCIAL: Urban General Warehouse Sale
5. SUNY Stony Brook Gay and Lesbian Alliance members harassed by the football team and other students
6. Andy Humm on Civics and New York elections
7. Funding for a Maryland AIDS education organization delayed by Maryland state legislative panel
8. California governor George Deukmejian vetoes a bill protecting people with AIDS from discrimination
9. Washington DC's House and Senate approve amendments to improve funding for AIDS care and research
10. Gay World Series Softball Competition announced
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
11. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Ruth Rodriguez and Dooley Worth on women with AIDS
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This week in gay history with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Coverage of the 1986 Gay Games in San Francisco, with clips of the opening ceremony
COMMERCIAL: Body Mate exercise equipment
3. Brandon Judell with gossip tidbits and clips from the Phil Donahue Show on violence against gays
COMMERCIAL: Water Front Airways
4. Closing credits


August 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0701 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 35 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/22/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Missouri legislature upholds state's sexual misconduct laws declaring same sex relations immoral
2. Canada, radio talk show host faces disciplinary action for on-air anti-gay comments
3. Interview with Joanne Mantell, the director of GMHC's study to reduce high-risk sex practices in the gay community
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation featuring Jose Sarria
4. New Zealand, Parliament votes to decriminalize homosexual sex
5. Chicago, National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals produce brochure on the contributions to society of homosexual scientists
5. Andy Humm discusses European openness towards AIDS education on the television
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
6. Warning about the unknown effects of spermicidal lube on rectal tissues during anal intercourse
7. The US Office of Civil Rights unwilling to respond to reports of discrimination against persons with AIDS
COMMERCIAL: Phil Reed for New York State Senate
8. Sports Report including an interview with Cliff Goulet on Gay Games '86 and clips from the Closing Ceremony
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
9. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with Vin Longo of GMHC's Intake Department for new patients
10. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This week in gay history with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Woman Talk" theater piece
2. Interview with director Derek Jarman on his film "Caravaggio" and the artist's life, with clips, tape cuts off


August 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0702 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 36 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/29/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Reagan administration issues a formal apology to medical researcher whose study of AIDS transmission by casual contact were misrepresented in a Justice Department memo
2. Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation launches the 701 Club, a fundraiser to combat anti-gay groups
3. Miami Yellow Pages now allows terms gay, lesbian, homosexual in ads
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. Jerry Falwell's newest phone number to prevent women getting abortions announced
5. Andy Humm on the gay voting block and supporting pro-gay candidates above other political concerns
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6. CDC separates AIDS-positive homosexual IV drug user statistics from those of drug-free homosexuals, creating a better perspective of the statistics
7. Governor John Ashcroft of Missouri puts guidelines in place to protect persons with AIDS from discrimination in government employment
8. Washington State tells Frito Lay they must obey anti-discrimination laws when doing business in the state
9. California Secretary of State wins suit preventing Lyndon LaRouche group from supplying false information to voters on AIDS quarantine initiative
10. Howard Stern advocating violence to "cure" gays, number announced for viewers to flood phone lines
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
11. Sports Report, footage from the 10th Annual Gay Softball World Series
12. Outreach: Conversations with GMHC: Interview with erotic performer, Casey Donovan, on proper condom use (repeat)
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Coverage of San Francisco's "Closet Ball," with clips from the drag competition
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Interview with hardcore porn director Christopher Rage
COMMERCIAL: "Woman Talk" theater piece
COMMERCIAL: Body Mate exercise equipment
3. Closing credits


August 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0703 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 37 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: unknown] [3]--GCN/CB No. 12+1

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Duration: 01:00:00
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Program Content: Unknown

circa 1985 - 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0704 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 38 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/19/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

September 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0705 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 39 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/26/1986]

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

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Plans for a 1987 national gay demonstration in Washington, DC
2. California, gathering support in Hollywood against the LaRouche AIDS quarantine referendum
3. Former President Jimmy Carter tells Jerry Falwell to "go to hell"
4. Andy Humm on President Reagan's silence regarding AIDS health crisis
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
5. Radio for Europe announcer names New York City mayor Ed Koch and San Francisco mayor Diane Feinstein as homosexuals
6. Pentagon announces expansion of HIV antibody testing program to include students enrolled in ROTC programs
7. CDC research program on AIDS delayed due to in-fighting amongst researchers
8. Failure of experimental vaccine to protect against AIDS-like infection in simians
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
9. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: Vivian Shapiro for the Human Rights Campaign Fund
10. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Clips of Cincinnati's drag performer, Hurricane Sommers
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser
3.Excerpt from Phil Donahue's "Human Animal" on gays in America and coming out
4. Interview with J. D. Slater, gay porn director and actor
COMMERCIAL: "Woman Talk" theater piece
COMMERCIAL: Body Mate exercise equipment
5. Continuation of interview with director Derek Jarman
6. Closing credits


September 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0706 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 40 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/29/1986]

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Chicago passenger sues American Airlines for exposing her to AIDS when an employee bit her after an altercation
2. Evangelical Women's Caucus International approves resolution endorsing civil rights protection for homosexuals
3. ACLU declares the New Orleans ordinance banning cross-dressing and lewd behavior unconstitutional
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
4. Man accused of murdering wife after she called him gay
5. Andy Humm on radio host Bob Grant spreading hatred against gays
6. Ferrysburg, Michigan wants to change town name due to teasing over connotation of "fairies"
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
7. Newman's Own company includes American Foundation for AIDS Research in its list of charities
8. AZT approved for use in the United States, for certain cases of AIDS
9. Psych study finds gays as anxious about growing old as straight men, eroding the "old queen" stereotype
10. Reading viewer donation letters
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser
11. Sports Report, interview with Joe Franco about "Gayrobics"
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation with Jose Sarria
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Coverage of "With the Greatest of Ease" gay band convention
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Mystic Fire video, clips of Paul Bowles interview
3. Clips from AZT news conference, coverage from CNN
4. TV show Superior Court deals with AIDS controversy
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser
5. Interview with proponent of alternative AIDS therapy using Vitamin C injections
6. Closing credits


September 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0707 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 42 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/13/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. President Reagan upsets San Franciscans and persons with AIDS with his homophobic comments
2. Former Senator John Schmitz apologizes for his offensive comments regarding pro-choice women and homosexuals
3. Philadelphia Lesbian and Gay Task Force offers recommendations for educating homosexual students to school board
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser
4. Texas employees attempt to change anti-discrimination laws to include protection for homosexuals
5. Andy Humm on acceptance of homophobia in the media
6. Newspaper for Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago rejects ad from Catholic groups calling for support of gay civil liberties
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
7. Coverage of the protest against the Georgia sodomy laws and the Rehnquist Supreme Court
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
8. Coverage of protests against Jerry Falwell's rally in support for anti-abortionists
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation with Jose Sarria
9. Minneapolis begins media campaign to educate general populace about AIDS
10. Study finds that homosexuality in men may be a genetic or familial trait
11. Government scientist finds a new AIDS-related virus
12. Reading of thank you letters to Gay Cable Network
13. Sports Report
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Interview with director Leslie Irons and actor David Drake regarding their new play, "Dancin' in the Dark," with clips
COMMERCIAL: GCN's "SUDS" gay soap opera looking for locations
3. Coverage and interviews regarding the new film "The Name of the Rose"
4. Closing credits


October 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0708 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 43 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/20/1986] [3]--GCN/CB No. 39

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Jerry Falwell loses $5000 for on-air anti-gay comments
2. Chicago, mayor's endorsement of gay civil rights bill despite its defeat, and stamping of US currency with "gay dollar"
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser
3. Interview with Michael Hardwick and Sue Lebo, a member of the Lesbian Rights Project, regarding the next step in combating decision in Georgia sodomy case, Bowers v Hardwick
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. Alexandria, Virginia gay community sponsors advertizing campaign to promote acceptance of homosexuals
5. Andy Humm on the death of Diego Lopez, director of the Gay Men's Health Crisis, and the need for more activism and involvement in the community
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6. San Francisco mayor Diane Feinstein states city's gay pride parade promotes rampant and un-safe promiscuity
7. Dallas Gay Alliance places billboards in low-income and ethnic areas to help educate minorities about AIDS
8. Authorities urging all those who are high risk for infection to take the HTLVIII antibody test
9. Washington State Insurance Commission holds last public hearing on insurance companies using HTLVIII antibody testing and lifestyle questions to deny coverage
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation with Jose Sarria
10. Sports Report
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, clips from "Betty Blue"
2. Clips for ABC's coverage of Lyndon LaRouche and California AIDS quarantine bill
3. Attempt to turn Rhyolite, Nevada into the first town for gays
4. Another clip from "Betty Blue"
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
COMMERCIAL: GCN's "SUDS" gay soap opera looking for locations
5. Conclusion of interview with director Derek Jarman
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser
6. Closing credits


October 1986
Box: 45 Media : ID: 231.0709 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 44 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/27/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Atlanta, City Council defeats attempt to repeal a gay rights clause in city's Bill of Rights
2. Voting underway to change federal prohibitions on rape to be defined as sexual assault on another person, regardless of sex or age, and including spouse-on-spouse assault
3. $111,000 from a benefactor's will to go to Lambda legal defense and education and the Human Rights Fund
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser, with John Glines
4. Trikone organized for gay and lesbians of South Asian decent
5. Andy Humm on 1986 Maryland senate race
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6. World Health Organization announces significant increase in AIDS cases
7. California governor George Deukmejian vetoes anti-discrimination bill for people with AIDS
8. Potential vaccine for AIDS enters period of animal testing
9. AIDS treatment involving ozone applies to begin human trials
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
10. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: GCN pledge drive, with clips from the year's news
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Announcement of death from AIDS of Michael Rock, co-creator of "Rockshots" erotic greeting cards, with clips from Playboy TV feature
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation with Jose Sarria
3. Interview with Denise Harbin about the TIPPS advertising guide to creative resources in New York City
COMMERCIAL: Gay Cable Network fundraiser, with John Glines
4. David Summers' birthday party with Broadway guests and performances
5. Unnamed man at The Advocate's "man search" party does a striptease
6. Closing credits


October 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0710 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 40 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/28/1986] [3]--Dr. Farkle

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Duration: [1]-00:25:50, [2]-00:31:33

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Halloween Show

Scope and Content

SAN FRANCISCO EDITION OF 231.0709

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Atlanta, City Council defeats attempt to repeal a gay rights clause in city's Bill of Rights
2. Voting underway to change federal prohibitions on rape to be defined as sexual assault on another person, regardless of sex or age, and including spouse-on-spouse assault
3. $111,000 from a benefactor's will to go to Lambda legal defense and education and the Human Rights Fund
4. California gubernatorial candidate Tom Bradley turns toward the gay vote
5. Hollywood stars lend their support to a "No on 64" labor rally
6. Call for public access channel KQED to broadcast more gay-oriented programming
7. AIDS PSA television spots begin airing on San Francisco CBS affiliate
8. Virginia Appuzo named by Governor Cuomo as vice-chair of the New York State AIDS Advisory Council
COMMERCIAL: Shanti Project featuring Mikhail Baryshnikov
9. Research for an AIDS vaccine estimated at $1.6 billion
10. Notre Dame University rules against a gay-oriented student committee
11. US Attorney General encourages AIDS education for elementary school children, with reactions from San Franciscans
12. Supreme Court petitioned by the Gay Games to their right to use the word "Olympic"
13. West Hollywood mayoral race is plagued by scandals
14. Interview with Pat Norman, candidate for Supervisor
15. Weekly commentary from Sally Gearhart on Measure M and development of downtown San Francisco
16. News reporter Jane Dornacker dies in helicopter crash during a live broadcast
17. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Announcements
COMMERCIAL: Shanti Project, featuring Cynthia Harvey
2. Interview with author and wiccan, Zsuzsanna Budapest
3. Clips from stage show, "The Nightclub of the Living Dead"
4. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
5. Fundraiser announcement
6. Movie Reviews, Halloween-themed
7. Performance by San Francisco's Gay Men's Chorus' barbershop quartet
8. "Ask Dr Farkle" segment about hitting on lesbians
9. S Diana Bogus reads Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven" over the closing credits


October 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0711 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 45 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/3/1986]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

November 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0712 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 46 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/12/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. San Diego man secures life insurance coverage after being denied due to homosexuality
2. Philadelphia school board hears council about teaching nondiscrimination for gay students
3. Alexandria, Virginia city council postpones voting on a gay rights measure indefinitely
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
4. Vermont man "cured" of being homosexual carries a 50 lb. cross across the state
5. Andy Humm on the state of politics with a Democrat-controlled Senate
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
6. London, Education Secretary upset with educational book about a child with homosexual parents, calling it "homosexual propaganda"
7. Study shows being bitten or scratched by AIDS patient carries little chance of spreading the virus
8. Early testing shows three new AIDS drugs block spread of virus without side effects of AZT
9. Circumcision rate for US males sharply declines
COMMERCIAL: GCN pledge drive, with clips from the year's news
9. Sports Report, interview with Tom Hansen, commissioner of MCAA Bowling
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
10. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Interview with the director of "The Decline of the American Empire," Denys Arcand
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. "Just Ask Raz" advice segment
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Coverage of the Christopher Street Halloween Parade
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation with Jose Sarria
4. Interview with calendar model, Andre Fiset
5. Closing credits


November 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0713 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 47 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/18/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Coverage of David Summers' death, with clips
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
2. Anita Bryant's anti-gay history discussed
3. ACLU votes to endorse the legalization of same-sex marriages
4. Ohio's Cuyahoga County Board of Commissioners bans job discrimination based on sexual orientation
5. Andy Humm on the Catholic Church's promotion of violence against homosexuals
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
6. Certain PBS stations decline to air documentary, "The AIDS Show," on the invisible effects of AIDS
7. Telephone poll in San Francisco shows the effects of AIDS on the gay community
8. California passes new law regulating the sale of "poppers" recreational drug
9. White House Drug Advisor finds that heavy marijuana use can make people gay
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
10. Sports Report
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. "Just Ask Raz" advice segment
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Clips from AIDS discussion on the People's Court
4. Interview with director, Rosa von Praunheim, regarding his film "A Virus Knows no Morals"
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
5. Second part of interview with calendar model, Andre Fiset
COMMERCIAL: Paint-on tattoo kit
COMMERCIAL: PFLAG condoms
COMMERCIAL: GCN pledge drive, with Jack Wrangler


November 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0714 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 48 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/24/1986]

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. President Reagan makes largest allocation yet for AIDS research in 1987
2. Tom Chorlton plans to resign from his post as head of the National Association of Gay and Lesbian Democratic Clubs
3. Flight attendant with AIDS grounded due to possibility of spread through casual contact
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. Florida state Representative, Byron Combee resigns after being caught touching an undercover police officer in a lewd manner in a public park
5. Chicago, "gay dollars" are in wide distribution, despite the efforts of certain banks to destroy the marked dollars
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
6. Sale of condoms has dramatically risen
7. Part one of report on two new tests for AIDS infection
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
8. Sports Report
9. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Review of "Nunsense" off-Broadway show, with clips
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Interview with director, Phil Zwickler
COMMERCIAL: The World of Video VHS store
4. Coverage of the fundraising event, "22 on the Red"
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation, with Jose Sarria
5. Just Ask Raz advice segment


November 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0715 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 49 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/2/1986]

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. National Gay and Lesbian Task Force reduces its debt in half over the course of six months
2. Proliferation of bumper stickers in Chicago reading "Stop AIDS, Castrate Gays"
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
3. London, formation of Lesbians and Gays Support the Print Workers to take on Rupert Murdoch
4. Andy Humm on the division of gays during the conference for the March on Washington DC
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
5. California, gay father given equal time to respond to 700 Club member's accusations of lewdness and child abuse
6. Washington, DC, coverage of politics and clips of openly gay politicians discussing the gay and lesbian political agenda
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
7. Seattle, Washington, 3 of 5 TV stations refuse to air AIDS awareness announcement
8. Study finds that 3/4ths of the people with CMV strain of AIDS show improvement after treatment with the experimental drug DHPG
9. Congress refuses to overturn Washington D.C.'s AIDS insurance law prohibiting providers from testing for AIDS infection prior to insurance approval
10. Sports Report, with clips from film, "American Anthem"
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, with clips from "LA Law" about an AIDS victim, and interview with culinary writer Sara Friedman, on wild mushrooms
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of "Oh, Coward!" Broadway revue


December 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0716 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 50 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: unknown]

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 FORMAT: Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Joyce Hunter, and Darrell Yates Rist
2. US State Dept requires employees to take HIV antibody test, disallowing those positive from working abroad
3. Vermont put $150,000 to educate state about AIDS, NYC Board of Education produces a public school film "Sex, Drugs, and AIDS"
4. Kentucky state county judge ruled that Sodomy Laws violate the Kentucky state constitution
5.Discussion of a National Gay and Lesbian March on Washington DC, Oct 11th 1987
6. Discussion of the New York Times' playing down the threat of AIDS infection for heterosexual couples, and misrepresentation of the statistical facts of infection
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
7. Andy Humm on Cary Grant's lawsuit against Chevy Chase
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
8. Continuing coverage of the 2nd annual meeting of gay and lesbian elected officials in Washington, DC
9. National Association of Gay and Lesbian Democratic Clubs to remain part of the party despite 53% voting to remove Democratic affiliation
10. Mood of the gay and lesbian leaders, and need for a national leader like Harvey Milk
11. Gay politicians agree to back the March in Washington DC
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
12. News Brief, announcements
13. Belle Glade, Florida, study finds high rate of AIDS infections due to sexual contact and IV drug use
14. Georgia Fraternal Order of Police Officers tries to ban homosexuals from joining the force
15. Gay man forced to resign from Canadian Mounted Police sues the department
16. Man banned from seeing his child due to positive HTLVIII test appeals the court's decision
17. Announcement of film "Rights and Reactions"
18. Sports Report, with clips from the 1986 Gay Games
19. Closing credits over news clips of tennis star Boris Becker

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, with clips from "Escape from Alcatraz"
3. Announcement of Cary Grant's death and homosexual rumors, with clips
4. Richard Pryor's Barbara Walters' special on question of AIDS status, with clips


circa 1985 - 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0717 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 51 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/11/1986]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Joyce Hunter, Darrell Yates Rist, and Tom Stoddard
2. Catholic bishop forbids AIDS Project Los Angeles from holding seminars in Catholic buildings due to the project's endorsement of condom use
3. National Gay Rights Advocates win $3 million settlement for San Francisco homosexuals who were denied employment or promotion by Pacific Bell
4. Discussion of the New York Board of Education's AIDS awareness film, "Sex, Drug, and AIDS"
5. Discussion of bathhouses and the possible reopening of NYC's largest, St Mark's Bathhouse
6. Discussion of the State Department's requirement for HTLVIII testing for applicants and employees
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
7. Andy Humm on refusing to cooperate with AIDS-discriminatory job practices
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
8. World Health Organization finds AIDS rates may soar in Latin America and Asia
9. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor finds that the Supreme Court's decision on the Georgia sodomy case may be altered by further prosecution and hearings
10. Austin, Texas, proposal for banning the discrimination on the basis of sexual preference generally supported
11. Alabama, Birmingham News requires job applicants to take HIV test and bans those positive from jobs
12. Jackson, Mississippi, State bans language of sexual equality from Constitution, opting for ban on "gender" discrimination only
13. San Francisco, National Gay Rights Advocates issue complaint against Health America's rejection of all San Francisco applicants in order to avoid AIDS-positive applicants
14. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: "New York Native" with Quentin Crisp
15. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Announcement, 1986 Sydney Gay Mardi Gras program preview party, with clips
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of The High Heeled Women's "It's A Broad, Broad, Broad World," with clips
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
3. "Just Ask Raz" advice segment
COMMERCIAL: The World of Video
4. Closing credits


December 1986
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0718 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 52 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/22/1986]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Joyce Hunter, Darrell Yates Rist, and Tom Stoddard
2. Discussion of particular problems homosexuals face during the holiday season, including coming out to parents, bringing partner to holiday dinner, coping with intolerant family
3. AIDS transmission outside the bloodstream, and ability to infect tissue, and the New York Times' continuing bias of male anal sex as primary method of infection
4. State's Constitutional rights in light of the Bowers v Hardwick sodomy case decision
5. Discussion of "gifts" each guest has received this year, including the strengthening of the gay community in the national spotlight
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
6. Andy Humm on enlightening the ignorant through vocal support for gay rights
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
7. Hotline for latest treatments for AIDS and experimental treatments
8. Federal government's AIDS hotline becomes privatized, is expanding to 24 hours, moving to NYC
9. Lee University in Pennsylvania grants official status to a gay, lesbian, and bisexual student group
10. 62 new AIDS education PSAs used to educate average TV viewer, starring an assortment of Hollywood celebrities
11. Lesbian woman ends legal fight over her dismissal from the ROTC in 1982
12. Newly adopted Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 continues to include language that can be used to ban gay people from entering the country
13. Philadelphia, police commissioner appoints a liaison to the gay community and commits to fully investigating complaints of anti-gay violence and hate
14. Sports Report, with clips of Greg Louganis performing a circus act
15. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of off-Broadway musical, "Have I Got a Girl for You!"
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
3. Michael Weyand interviews Walter Williams about his study of homosexuality in Native American culture, "The Spirit and the Flesh"
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
4. Reminder from Razor Sharp to contact those friends who do not have families
5. $100.000 gained in an art auction to benefit five AIDS organizations in San Francisco


December 1986
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Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0719 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 1 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/31/1986]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
Special Episode "1986 in Review," with GCN clips and coverage from the year
1. Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation protests outside the New York Post offices
2. Coverage of the National Gay and Lesbian Taskforce meeting, featuring interviews with Sara Throne, Virginia Apuzzo, Peter Fowler, Urvashi Vaid on the impact and continuing future of the gay service organization
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
3. Mayor Koch attacked at the Proclamation of 1987 Gay Pride Week
4. Andy Humm on the 17th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots
5. Raymond Jacobs on the psychological impact of AIDS on communities
6. Gay Friends and Neighbors in Brooklyn
7. Coverage of the 17th Annual Gay and Lesbian Pride Day Parade in New York, 29 June 1986
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
8. Raymond Jacobs on dealing with AIDS related deaths in the young gay community
9. Clips from the July 4th 1986 NYC protest against the Supreme Court passage of the "Sodomy Laws"
10. Interview with Michael Hardwick, of the Bowers v. Hardwick Georgia "Sodomy Laws" case, and discussion of the case
11. Lyndon LaRouche placing the "AIDS quarantine" initiative on the California ballot
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
COMMERCIAL: Dr. Ruth taping, call for gay guests to attend
12. "Stamp Out AIDS" project, interview with John Glines
13. Gay Christopher St Festival Committee sponsors a candlelight vigil for AIDS Resources Center Inc, which cares for homeless persons with AIDS
14. Gina Alvarez discusses the increase of activism of young gay students, especially on college campuses
15. Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner, with speeches by Coretta Scott King and Harvey Fierstein
16. Closing credits, over clips of the Village Halloween Parade


circa 1986 - 1987
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0720 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 2 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/6/1987]

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 Week in Review, special "looking ahead" discussion, with Andy Humm, Joyce Hunter, and Darrell Yates Rist
2. Expecting AIDS statistics continuing to rise, especially among heterosexual couples
3. Expected AIDS funding, or lack there of, from the Reagan administration
4. Possible cures and vaccines for AIDS
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
5. Condom ads on network television?
6. Closeted or out attitudes of gay persons in 1987
7. Funding for lesbian and gay services
8. Progression or overturning of sodomy laws
9. March on Washington DC
10. Guests answer questions, "If you could change one thing for gay people this year, what would it be?" and "Do you think Ronald Reagan is going to be in office at the end of this year?"
COMMERCIAL: "Gay Year in Review" VHS tape
11. Andy Humm on letter-writing to politicians
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
12. San Francisco organization, Mobilization Against AIDS, plans to launch a national boycott of Delta Airlines for its gay rights violations
13. Committee of Interns and Residents votes to refuse to hold conventions in states with sodomy laws
14. Amsterdam, plan to build monument to memory of homosexuals killed by the Nazis in World War II
15. Georgia, in first ruling since passage of sodomy laws, two men were fined and given community service for committing sodomy
16. Sacramento, council members tried to overturn the city's gay rights bill
17. Boston, Beth Israel Hospital employee fired for not working with AIDS patients, attempts to get unemployment benefits
18. Sports Report, interview with Ron Keel of the Manhattan Community Athletic Association about getting gay persons involved in activities
19. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, Stephen Holden's NY Times review of comedy act Barb Nelson's negative stereotypes
2. Interview with playwright Robert Patrick of "Blue is for Boys," and actors Allan Gassman and David Gallagher
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
3. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of "Pageant" the satirical drag show-themed musical COMMERCIAL: The Monster
4. Interview with a furrier from New York's Zamir Furs about maintenance and type of fur coats for men
5. Christmas message from GCN San Francisco to GCN New York
6. And Another Thing... with Brett Siereveld on having pride as a gay person
COMMERCIAL: Zamir furs
7. Closing credits over coverage of a bowling event


January 1987
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0721 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 3 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/12/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Joyce Hunter, Darrell Yates Rist, and Evan Wolfson
2. AIDS and the right to privacy, with special reference to public figures
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
3. The media's ignoring gay-related news stories in their year-in-review issues, gay visibility
4. Gay survivors of AIDS deaths, legal victories, and marriage rights
COMMERCIAL: GCN's "Year in Review"
5. Andy Humm on Reagan's lack of AIDS funding in 1987 budget
6. New law forbids the Military from using HIV testing program for "adverse actions" against gay service members
7. Denver, St John Episcopal Cathedral opens a housing complex exclusively for people with AIDS
8. Tennessee, Tri-Cities AIDS project conduct awareness education
9. San Francisco man successfully challenges his insurance company to gain health benefits
10. Minnesota, governor issues executive order banning discrimination based on sexual orientation for state employees
11. Lutheran Church of America encourages the welcoming of homosexuals as full members of their community
12. Minneapolis, procurator for a male prostitution service charged with one year in a workhouse for exposing prostitutes to AIDS
13. Sports Report, interview with bowler "Gutter George"
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, clips from a show about witch doctors in South Africa dealing with AIDS
3. Announcement of book, "Conversations with my Elders" by Boze Hadleigh
4. Interview with Nicholas Deutsch, director of the off-Broadway play "Jerker"
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
5. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of the off-Broadway play "Groucho: A Life in Review"
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
6. Razor Sharp gives etiquette pointers for telephone sex
COMMERCIAL: TeleContractor phone sex hotline


January 1987
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0722 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 4 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/16/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Joyce Hunter, Darrell Yates Rist, and Evan Wolfson
2. Short news bits
3. Discussion of ex-gay man with AIDS who wants to be married in a Catholic church and discrimination against gay people and persons with AIDS
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. Discussion of the "Baby M" surrogate case and its possible impact on the gay community
5. UCLA poll finds 52% of national graduating college students support laws prohibiting homosexual behavior
COMMERCIAL: GCN's "Year in Review" VHS tape
6. Andy Humm on the rates of unprotected sex among teenagers
7. News Briefs, three of anti-gay Patt Robinson's tax-exempt groups audited by IRS
8. London, Anglican churchmen advised to work out individual issues with homosexuality before attending at the bedside of a gay person dying of AIDS
9. Philadelphia, Colin Cook resigns from Quest ex-gay Learning center for engaging in sexual activities with students
10. East Lansing, Michigan, agrees to strengthen anti-discrimination protection for gays and other minorities
11. Oregon, gay inmates in prison allowed to kiss and hold hands during visits
12. Sports Report
13. Feature story on Gay Cable Network by Japanese program "New Yorking," with behind-the-scenes footage of GCN
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Moments of Meditation, satirical segment with Ernest T. Lee
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, announcement of "La Cage aux Folles" closing in London
4. Interview with members of GLAAD, writers Marcia Pally and James Saslow, discussion of the media's coverage of homosexuality
COMMERCIAL: Zamir's Furs
5. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of off-Broadway play, "Jerker"
COMMERCIAL: A Different Light bookstore
6. Olivia Negron interviews Robert Drucker, banker at the Actor's Federal Credit Union
7. Closing credits


January 1987
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0723 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 5 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/26/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, and Evan Wolfson
2. Discussion of gays voting for anti-gay political leaders
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
3. Congress looks into banning cigarette ads, and the regulation of private decisions by government
4. Re-opening gay bathhouses and the ethics of this
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
5. Andy Humm on Catholic conservatives intervening in the youth sex education
6. News Briefs, In Seattle, Oregon's human rights commission prohibits discrimination against persons with AIDS
7. Connecticut's first housing complex exclusively for people with AIDS raises $30,000
8. AZT drug available only in limited supply when it becomes available
9. Chinese government requires foreign students to take HTLVIII virus test
10. Austin city council passes anti-discrimination bill
11. South Korea requires mandatory AIDS testing for all employees of service industries
12. Sports Report
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, announcements
3. Interview with Michael Petrelis a resident of the Bailey House for people with AIDS
COMMERCIAL: The World of Video
4. Show Bits, George Trahanis reviews Broadway play, "Stepping Out," with clips
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
5. Conclusion of Michael Weyand's interview of Walter Williams, author of "The Spirit in the Flesh"
6. Closing credits


January 1987
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0724 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 6 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/2/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, Kitty Cotter, and Jim Levin
2. Short news stories
3. Gay Catholic group petitions New York City for the right to demonstrate outside of St. Patrick's Cathedral
4. Discussion of publicly-closeted gay politicians courting the gay vote
5. Accurate government reporting of AIDS, and the privacy issues involved in listing AIDS on death certificates
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
6. Andy Humm on Reagan's Education secretary, William Bennett, opposing AIDS Education programs in schools
7. News Watch, Colorado lawmakers ready to approve the testing, tracing, and quarantining individuals suspected of being infected with HIV
8. San Francisco, Chronicle discloses its policy prohibiting the listing of surviving lovers in death notices
9. ACLU considering suing nursing homes in Illinois that refuse to accept persons with AIDS
10. Dutch National Broadcasting Service has begun a television service for lesbians and gay men
11. Paper finds that certain DNA viruses have the ability to activate latent AIDS viruses
12. Senator Edward Kennedy promises adequate AIDS budget beyond Reagan's lackluster budget
13. Sports Report
14. New segment Lavender Health, presented by the Office of Gay and Lesbian Health Concerns of the New York City Department of Health, discussion of AIDS-phobia
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
15. George Trahanis interviews Jeff Goodman, Secretary of the Board of the Greater Gotham Business Council
16. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. GCN Cincinnati TV episode, "Georgia Vice"
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
3. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of Broadway musical "Beehive"
4. COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity ball
5. Olivia Negron interviews Gerard Ilaria, a volunteer social worker at New York Hospital and Columbia University Gay Health Advocacy Project
6. Razor Sharp introduces a contest to win a date with her


February 1987
Box: 46 Media : ID: 231.0725 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 7 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/10/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, Joyce Hunter, and Jim Levin
2. Short news stories
3. Updates about the March on Washington, including discussion of the demands of community on government
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
3. Criticism of GMHC's lack of an active political front, and emphasis on social service in the community
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. Gay rights advocate and psychiatrist, Emery Hetrick's obituary
5. News Watch, a study by the University of California, Berkeley finds that gay men who only engage in oral sex or insertive anal intercourse have a lower risk of contracting AIDS virus
6. Philadelphia, a gay city employee charges the city with violation of its gay rights law by not allowing his lover certain rights
7. San Francisco, openly gay Tom Nolan elected President of the San Mateo Board of Supervisors
8. People traveling to Mexico to buy experimental AIDS treatment drugs will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law as drug smugglers
9. Warren, Michigan, mayor bans local cable company from airing gay program "The Lambda Report" on its public access channel
10. San Francisco, two former members of the satirical protest group, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, register legally as the "official San Francisco 1987 papal welcoming committee"
11. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: Stamp Out AIDS featuring Jennifer Bassey
12. Lavender Health, interview with Stephen Schaefer, coordinator of the AIDS Hotline
13. George Trahanis's closing statement
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of "Blue is for Boys" and interview with actor, Allen Gassman
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
3. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, short news stories
4. Judell interviews Canadian comedian, Lorne Elliott
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
5. Razor Sharp introduces a contest to win a date with her
6. Olivia Negron, closing statements
7. Closing credits


February 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0726 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 8 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/17/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

February 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0727 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 9 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/23/1987] [3]--Men and Films, Episode No. 9

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, and Tim Coglin
2. Short news stories
3. New York Native reports that AIDS caused by syphilis spirochetes
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
4. Catholic Church ejecting gay groups from their churches and forbidding them to meet or worship there
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
5. Andy Humm on the marriage of an ex-gay man with AIDS in a Catholic Church
6. News Watch, bill introduced in Maryland to remove state's sodomy laws
7. LAMBDA legal defense hires a third attorney to full-time staff to deal exclusively with AIDS-related issues
8. Chicago, low income gays suffer discrimination at a greater rate and degree
9. New York, judge rules that funeral homes charging more for burial of AIDS victims are doing so illegally
10. San Francisco, Mayor Diane Feinstein announces a reward for information leading to the arrest of the murderer of two gay men in the city's Castro district in December of 1986
11. Arizona governor, Evan Mecham, declares that homosexuality is not a valid alternative lifestyle and therefore has no place in any argument concerning human rights
12. Sports Report
13. Lavender Health, interview with Dr. Joan Waitkevicz of the lesbian-centered St. Marks Women's Health Collective
14. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, interview with William H. Hoffman, playwright of "As Is," with clips of the television film
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of "Vicki's Valentine Thing," with clips
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
3. Razor Sharp introduces a contest to win a date with her
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
4. Closing credits


February 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0728 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 10 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/2/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Eleanor Cooper, and Christopher [Wolfe]
2. Short news stories
3. Discussion of condom distribution and the public airing of condom ads on network television, getting the gay community "condom comfortable"
COMMERCIAL: Jose Sarria for SF AIDS Foundation
4. Mandatory testing for HIV for those working in the public sector
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
5. Andy Humm demonstrates proper condom use
6. News Watch, Chicago Resource Center awards National Coalition of Black Lesbians and Gays $10,000 to support their magazine, "Black Out"
7. California Fair Employment and Housing Commission unanimously rules persons with AIDS protected against discrimination on the job
8. New Hepatitis B vaccine not derived from human blood products now in mass production and widely available
9. BBC cancels plans to air a two part educational drama on homosexuality due to heated public debate on sex education in schools
10. Sports Report
11. Lavender Health, interview with Richard Burns, executive director of the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center in New York City
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, announcement of Robert Latourneau's death, clips from "Boys in the Band"
3. The late Arthur Bell's interview of Robert Latourneau from the "Emerald City Tapes"
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
4. Show Bits, George Trahanis reviews the off-Broadway production, "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940"
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
COMMERCIAL: Judge Steven Lachs for the NGTF Fund for Human Dignity
5. Closing credits


March 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0729 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 11 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/6/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Short news stories
3. Discussion of the Center for Disease Control Conference in Atlanta, and the growing nuance in AIDS discussion
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
4. Discussion of the radical Lavender Hill Mob movement and its public disturbance as a protest method
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
5. Andy Humm on the conflict between organized religion and homosexuality
6. News Watch, Delaware State Insurance Commission approves gay-sensitive health insurance guidelines
7. Chicago, "gay dollar" stamps now sold by mail
8. National Gay Rights Advocates publish a tax guide for gay and lesbian men and women
9. California's State Association of Health calls for the isolated quarantining of those who are AIDS and HIV positive and are willfully spreading the virus
10. Sports Report, interview with two members of the Big Apple Softball League
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
11. Lavender Health, interview with John Thacker, director of the NYC Department of Health's Sexually Transmitted Disease Education Service
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, interview with actor Taylor Mead, clips from Andy Warhol's "Frankenstein"
3. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of "Mona Rogers in Person," with clips
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
4. Interview series on the operating methods of GMHC, with playwright Larry Kramer, and a response by the executive director of GMHC, Richard Dunne
5. Closing credits over the end of Dunne's response which is cut off


March 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0730 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 12 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/13/1987]

Available for viewing by appointment only.

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, Joyce Hunter, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Short news stories
3. Discussion of Catholic Archdiocese's banning of Catholic gay rights groups from churches
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
4. One year anniversary of the passing of New York City's gay right bill, with clips from GCN's coverage of the event, and discussion of the progress of gay rights since the bill
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
5. Andy Humm on the growing participation of the gay community in activism
6. News Watch, Vatican newspaper criticizes condom use as a method of stopping spread of AIDS, advocating the stopping of gay sex
7. Seattle Times rejects an ad from Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, due to the use of the word "gay"
8. Vermont, gay rights bill introduced in state legislature
9. Delta Airlines avoids national gay boycott after Delta agrees to meet demands of gay group, including non-discrimination of passengers with AIDS
10. Sports Report, with clips from the Dr. Ruth show
11. Lavender Health, interview with Felicia Schady, public health educator with the Hepatitis B Prevention Unit at the NYC Health Department
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
s
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, interview with Helen [Schumaker], actress in the one-woman show, "Mona Rogers in Person," with clips
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
3. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of Barbara Gelb's two-act, one-character play "My Gene"
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
4. Second part of the interview series on the operating methods of GMHC, with playwright Larry Kramer, and a response by the executive director of GMHC, Richard Dunne, tape cuts off


March 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0731 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 13 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/20/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Short news stories
3. Discussion of the increasing activism within the gay community, ties to "civil disobedience," and how to encourage new faces to join the protest
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4. New York Times reports that Southern voters are extremely concerned with AIDS as a priority issue, discussion of how the AIDS issue will be used by politicians in the 1988 election
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation, with Jose Sarria
5. Andy Humm on the AIDS education of teenagers
6. News Watch, new study shows that the longer a person is infected with HIV, the greater their chance is of developing AIDS
7. Madison Avenue advertising firm denounce remark by Lifestyles Condoms, who stated "AIDS is a condom-marketers dream"
8. AZT renamed to Retrovir, to limit confusion in foreign countries where AZT is the name of an immuno-suppressant
9. Sacramento Union publishes profile of gay male couple for Valentine series, and receives complaints
10. Sports Report
11. Lavender Health, interview with Liz [Walker], head of Domestic Violence Services at NYC Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History, with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of Barbara Lea's cabaret show, "The Melody Lingers On"
COMMERCIAL: Zamir Furs
3. Naming Names segment, exposing persons in the media who misrepresent gay and lesbian people, sponsored by GLAAD: John Cardinal O'Connor
COMMERCIAL: "Suds" gay soap opera, created by GCN
4. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, interview with Stephen McCauley, author of "Object of My Affection"
COMMERCIAL: Night of a Thousand Gowns charity drag ball
5. Third part of the interview series on the operating methods of GMHC, with playwright Larry Kramer, and a response by the executive director of GMHC, Richard Dunne, tape cuts off


March 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0732 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 14 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/27/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Coverage by Andy Humm of the AIDS crisis demonstration at Trinity Church on March 24, 1987, interview with Larry Kramer
2. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
3. Short news stories, appeal for donations
3. Discussion of the New York Times coverage of AIDS issue, quality of series and whether it was timely or too-little-too-late
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4. Continued discussion of New York Times AIDS coverage
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
5. Andy Humm on New York City's AIDS education
6. News Watch, Senator Pete Wilson introduces a bill to create a Congressional Advisory Panel on AIDS, headed by the National Academy of Sciences
7. Senator Dan Burton of Indiana proposes a bill for mandatory annual HIV testing for all US residents
8. New York, Queens co-op agrees to let a gay couple purchase an apartment after the couple went to the city's Commission on Human Rights
9. Congressional Hearing on AIDS Education finds that Federal response to AIDS epidemic is "slow, limited, and ultimately impotent"
10. Sports Report
11. Lavender Health, interview with Dava Weinstein, social worker, and co-chair of "10% of Those We Serve" chemical dependency conference
12. George Trahanis announces GCN's 5th anniversary, and a new pledge drive
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Episode of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "A Farewell to Tom"
2. Closing credits


March 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0733 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 15 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/7/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, Kitty Cotter, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Discussion of the 1987 National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference, and AIDS in politics overtaking gay rights issues
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
3. Discussion of the AIDS and HIV tests, and personal issues surrounding testing
4. Andy Humm on "straightening up" a home to hide a homosexual lifestyle
5. News Watch, Georgia State Representative shelves legislation to criminalize homosexual sodomy due to controversy created
6. "Names Project," a quilt of the names of those killed by AIDS to be displayed on Washington Mall during the March on Washington
7. Philadelphia school-board condemns harassment of students based on sexual orientation, provides "sensitivity training" for teachers and administrators
8. Independent Catholic newspaper estimates that 50% of Catholic priests in the US are homosexual
9. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
10. Lavender Health, interview with Mary Anne Chaisson, member of the Department of Health's AIDS research unit, which collects data and tracks the epidemic in NYC
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Naming Names, Lifestyles and Trojan Condoms criticized for calling AIDS "a condom-makers dream" and refusing to advertise in gay publications
COMMERCIAL: 10th Annual Awards Evening for the Fund for Human Dignity
2. Media Watch, with Brandon Judell, interview with John Dietrich of the Islanders Club, an adventure-oriented club
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
3. Episode of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "See Spot Run"
4. Closing credits
5. COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser


April 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0734 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 16 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/15/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

April 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0735 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 17 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/20/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, Joyce Hunter, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Announcement of GCN Pledge Month
3. Discussion of openly-gay Harry Britt's loss to Nancy Pelosi for the position of Californian Democratic member of Congress, discussion of gay politicians and the gay voting block
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4. Vice-President George Bush finally takes a stance on AIDS prevention and education, but only in the private sphere, also the outspokenness of Surgeon General Everett Koop
5. AIDS organizations in Puerto Rico
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
6. Anti-gay prejudice and heterosexual bias
7. News Watch, Georgetown University persuades a Maryland state representative a bill to give them funding for an expansion, after the university refused to comply with Washington DC's human rights law
8. Idaho requires those applying for a marriage license to be tested for HIV
9. Moscow, USSR opens an anonymous AIDS testing site for foreigners and those who have had sex with foreigners
10. Britain's Princess Diana opens the country's first AIDS ward, in order to dispel myth of infection by close contact
COMMERCIAL: 10th Annual Awards Evening for the Fund for Human Dignity
11. Sports Report, on location with The Times Squares, a gay-oriented square dance group
12. Lavender Health, interview with Karen Solomon, a coordinator of the AIDS Counseling and Testing Site of the NYC Department of Health, discussion of HIV test
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of Broadway production of Harvey Fierstein's three one-acts, "Safe Sex"
2. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, interview with [Frederick] Davies, star of the one-man show, "The Great Truman Capote"
3. Episode of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "Catching Up is Hard to Do"
4. Closing credits


April 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0736 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 18 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/27/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Darrell Yates Rist, NYU student David Strah, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Announcement of GCN Pledge Month
3. Discussion of Brooklyn College refusal to give award to anti-gay Catholic Bishop Francis J. Mugavero, the political backlash against Brooklyn College's decision, and how the gay community can confront religious bigotry
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
4. Condom availability in prisons and in colleges, whether condoms are "catching on"
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
5. Andy Humm on the necessity of activists and volunteers in the gay community
6. News Watch, anti-gay psychologist Paul Cameron changes the name of his organization to "The Family Research Institute"
7. Oklahoma, Republican Party platform is anti-gay, despite the Republican governor's approval of sex education in schools
8. Hollywood, television shows and films win awards at the Alliance for Gay and Lesbian Artists awards for positive portrayals of gay characters
9. Dallas police arm selves with gloves, masks, and insect repellent due to fear of contracting AIDS
10. Clips from a speech by New York Governor Mario Cuomo, on the passage of an executive order for the protection of gay and lesbian employees
COMMERCIAL: Dancing Cheek to Cheek GCN event
11. Lavender Health, interview with Damien Martin, co-founder of the Institute for the Protection of Lesbian and Gay Youth and Professor at New York University, about specific needs in educating gay youths
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, short stories and clip of Mayor Koch talking about Ronald Reagan's inactivity regarding AIDS funding
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
2. Naming Names, criticism of Max Frankel of the New York Times
3. Episode 5 of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "A Brief Crisis"
4. Closing credits


April 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0737 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 19 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/4/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

May 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0738 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 20 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/11/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

May 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0739 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 21 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/15/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Phil Reed, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. "Condom Consciousness Day" at NYU, distribution of condoms
3. President Reagan and his non-stance on AIDS testing, and public policy
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
4. Discussion of politicians in-the-running for the Democratic nomination and their pro or anti-gay stance
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
5. News Watch, AIDS drug, DDC, enters preliminary human testing
6. Record book of 500 people tested for the HIV virus has been stolen, presumably by blackmailers
7. Alliance for Gay and Lesbian Artists closes its offices and lays off its staff
8. Coverage and clips from NYC's "Stamp Out AIDS Day"
9. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
10. Lavender Health, interview with Donna Futterman, pediatrician and co-author of a lesbian parenting book
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of "Waving Goodbye"
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape" gay magazine
2. Naming Names, criticism of Jerry Falwell
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. South Padre Island, Texas, gay resort location Lyle's Deck
4. Episode 8 of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "Fit for a Queen"
5. Closing credits


May 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0740 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 22 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/26/1987]

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Joyce Hunter, and Christopher Lynn, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Discussion of the lawsuit against Governor Cuomo's "anti-sex guidelines"
3. Discussion of gay activism against anti-gay politicians and finding allies in politics
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
4. Balancing sex education and AIDS education for children and young adults
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
5. Andy Humm on politicians advocating abstinence to counter AIDS
6. News Watch, CDC adds dementia and emaciation to AIDS symptoms
7. Holland, upscale condom boutique opens on outskirts of Amsterdam's red light district
8. Smoking found to possibly cause impotence
9. A Florida man goes on a shooting rampage because he believed that some people thought he was gay
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
10. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
11. Lavender Health, Ron Vauchon with Ellen Zaltzberg discussing various conferences centered around gay health issues
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Show Bits with George Trahanis, interview with Bob Bowyer of the off-Broadway show, "Funny Feet"
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Olivia Negron interviews Karen Abbott and Bob Werner, two activists who placed pro-gay stickers around "Heritage USA," the park owned by Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
3. Interview with Joe di Sabito about condom companies avoiding advertising in gay media
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
4. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, interview with Mark Thompson, author and cultural editor of "The Advocate" magazine


May 1987
Box: 47 Media : ID: 231.0741 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 23 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/29/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

May 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0742 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 24 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/5/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Joyce Hunter, and Jim Levin, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Updates regarding the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
3. Discussion of a new biography of Leonard Bernstein that outs him and multiple others in his circle, and the status of closeted celebrities
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
4. Ronald Reagan and George Bush booed after speaking in favor of mandatory AIDS testing, also necessity of having medical professionals discuss the issues, and not politicians
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
5. Andy Humm on Mario Cuomo and Ed Koch "getting tough" on AIDS and the issue of mandatory testing
6. Clips from President Reagan and Vice-President George Bush's speeches on mandatory testing, booing of audience, and clips from the June 1st 1987 protest in front of the White House
7. News Watch, French researchers discover second, genetically different strain of HIV which also causes AIDS
8. "The San Francisco Chronicle" apologizes for omitting the names of surviving homosexual partners in obituaries
9. In a national poll, AIDS is found to be the third greatest fear of youths aged 8-17, behind only kidnapping and nuclear war, with 65% saying they are "very concerned" with AIDS, and other statistics
10. Liberace's estate sues Riverside County, CA as the coroner's linking the star's death with AIDS damaged his posthumous reputation
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
11. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center
12. Lavender Health, interview with Rona Affoumado, clinic coordinator of the Community Health Project
13. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Naming Names, criticism of The New York Times, Sunday Magazine
COMMERCIAL: Heritage of Pride, 24-hour Dance Marathon
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, interview with David Drake of "Vampire Lesbians of Sodom"
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
3. Rebroadcast of Episode 6 of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "Jock's Itch"
4. Closing credits


June 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0743 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 25 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/12/1987]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, and Maureen Brady, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Conversation with Congressman Ted Weiss, chief sponsor of the Federal Lesbian and Gay Rights Bill, and advocate for greater AIDS funding
COMMERCIAL: Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center Fundraiser
3. Continued conversation with Ted Weiss
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4. Andy Humm on Mayor Ed Koch's defense of Cardinal O'Connor and sponsorship of abstinence-only AIDS education
5. News Watch, AIDS-positive man in Birmingham, Alabama spits in the face of a baby, which City Council attempts to classify this as "attempted murder," although a member of the Alabama State Health Department declares transmission by spitting "very unlikely"
6. A federal lawsuit has been brought against Prudential Insurance Company by a business-owner who was tested for HIV antibodies without his knowledge or consent
7. William Hoffman, the playwright of "As Is," criticizes PBS for refusing to air the movie-version of the play due to the possible reaction of Southern stations to the positive depiction of a gay relationship
8. West Seneca, New York, board approves changing the name of "Gay Drive" to "Fawn Trail" due to resident's disapproval
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
9. Sports Report
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
10. Lavender Health, interview with Michael Baker, interagency planner of the NYC Department of Health
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Naming Names, criticism of anti-gay extremist Paul Cameron
COMMERCIAL: Interart Theatre
2. Rebroadcast of Episode 7 [misidentified on tape by announcer] of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "Poetry in Motion"
3. Closing credits


June 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0744 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 26 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/22/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Jim Levin, Jean Elizabeth Glass, and Lou Maletta, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Short news stories
3. Interview with Lou Maletta on the Stonewall Riots of June 28th, 1969
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
4. Continuation of discussion about the effects of Stonewall on the current gay community and gay advocacy
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
5. Andy Humm on Bishop Emerson Moore and his hypocrisy speaking against gay rights as a gay man
6. News Watch, the Boston Lesbian and Gay Alliance is pushing for the city to hire gays as police due to a seven-fold increase in violence against homosexuals
7. 6 year study in Sweden allows for the passage of a bill granting long-term homosexual couples the same rights as common law marriages
8. Police wear bright yellow gloves to arrest pro-gay protesters in Washington DC, but South Carolinian police wear anti-AIDS suits against the perceived treat of contracting the virus
9. The Beastie Boys made anti-gay comments in a music magazine, so their recording label, CBS Records, donated $2000 to the Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
10. Sports Report
11. Lavender Health, interview with Aaron Rudner, Deafness Project Director at the Institute for the Protection of Lesbian and Gay Youth
12. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Olivia Negron interviews Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver, two founders of the lesbian performance troupe, "Split Britches"
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of cabaret show, "The Wallowitching Hour"
3. Rebroadcast of Episode 8 of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "Fit for a Queen"
4. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, announcement of playwright Charles Ludlam's death, clips from a performance of his play, "The Ventriloquist's Wife"
5. Olivia Negron announces important numbers to call, closing credits


June 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0745 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 27 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: unknown]

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Jim Levin, and David Strah, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Discussion of Ed Koch's decision to honor anti-gay bishop, Francis Mugavero, despite Brooklyn College refusing to honor the bishop, including clips of Koch defending his decision
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
3. Discussion of love lives in the age of AIDS, and changes to sexual behavior of the community
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4. Andy Humm on coming out
5. News Watch, study by Johns Hopkins of 5000 homosexual men finds sexual activities and lifestyles changing, including increases in celibacy, condom usage, and monogamous relationships, also finds a decrease in sexual partners
6. 12 remaining Los Angeles bathhouses required to follow new safe-sex guidelines that prohibit certain activities such as anal sex without a condom, and anonymous group sex, while sponsoring AIDS education
7. Florida boy committed by a judge to a psychiatric ward because he was HIV positive and remained sexually active
8. Homosexual man fired from the National Security Assosciation for being "psychologically unstable" wins the right to a trial
COMMERCIAL: "First Hand" gay magazine
9. Sports Report, clips from a spoof exercise video starring Ferdinand Marcos and other dictators
10. Lavender Health, interview with Cook Friedman, director of the group Education in a Disabled Gay Environment
11. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Naming Names, criticism of Steven Weinstock, producer of WNET television program "Currents"
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2. Show Bits with George Trahanis, review of Alan Bowne's play, "Beirut"
COMMERCIAL: "Take a Ferry on the Fourth" event
3. Media Watch with Brandon Judell, interview with the stars of "Beirut," Michael David Morrison and Laura San Giacomo
4. Rebroadcast of Episode 9 of GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow"
5. Closing credits


circa 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0746 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 28 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/7/1987]

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July 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0747 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 29 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/14/1987]

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Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Rev. Bernard Lynch and Eleanor Cooper, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Discussion about Catholicism and homosexuality.
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
3.Discusson about the differences between the way gay and straight communities responded to the AIDS crisis.
4.News Watch, President Regan nominates Circuit Court of Appeals judge Robert H. Bork to the Supreme Court
5.Personal advertisment placed by Ft. Worth police department seen as a attack on homosexuality by ACLU and Gay Alliance
6.Committee of Outraged Lesbians (COOL) formed to combat racist or discriminatory practices in dance clubs urges the boycotting of events sponsored by Shescape Productions
7. New ruiling by FDA makes Investigational New Drugs (IND) available to people suffering from serious diseases, GCN contacts FDA to see how this affects people with AIDS
8.Lavender Health, Ellen Zaltzberg interviews Joe Stanton from Senior Action in Gay Enviornment (SAGE) about the services and history of the organization
9.Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Naming Names, criticism of Natt Hemtoff's article which lambasts health professionals for not supporting mandatory testing for AIDS
COMMERCIAL: The Monster
2.GCN's soap opera, "Suds": "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow Pt. 2"
COMMERCIAL: Manscape
5."Suds": "East Meets West Side"


July 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0748 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 30 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/17/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Jewelle Gomez, and Darryl Yates-Rist, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Discussion about mandatory AIDS testing for everyone and coming out
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
3. Discussion with Darryl Yates-Rist about his travels across the USA and his experiences with various gay communities.
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
4.Introduction of the group ACT-UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)
5.News watch, John Paul II's visit to San Francisco prompts antviolence statement between gay community leaders and the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Francisco
2. John [Wahlia] of Zambia, Africa is at a controversy for not sleeping with widowed sister-in-law whose husband died of AIDS
3. Rev. Rose Mary Denman, Methodist minister and lesbian takes a leave of abscense in a effort to change Methodist position on being a practicing gay minister
COMMERCIAL: L'image
5.GCN Sports, Dr. Tom Waddell, founder of Gay Games, died from complications due to AIDS, rundown of sports results, "Spy Magazine" report about an 18'' rubber penis in locker room, and clip of 16 year old gymnist Trent Davis
COMMERCIAL: First Hand
6. Lavender Health, Interview with David Worthheimer, Execuitve Director of Lesbian and Gay Anti-Violence Project, talks about organization.
7.Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Naming Names, criticism of Regan nominee, US Circuit Court Judge Robert Bork to Supreme Court
COMMERCIAL:L'image
COMMERCIAL:Manscape
2.GCN soap opera "SUDS" episode, "Playmates"
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
COMMERCIAL:L'Image3.GCN soap opera, "SUDS" episode, "Playmates"


July 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0749 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 31 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/24/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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

July 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0750 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 32 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/12/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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The Right Stuff:
1. Naming Names, criticism of Regan's AIDS panel
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
COMMERCIAL:Manscape
2.GCN soap opera "SUDS" episode, "Chapter 13"
COMMERCIAL:L'Image
COMMERCIAL:Manscape
3.GCN soap opera, "SUDS" episode, "Chapter 13"


August 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0751 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 33 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/19/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Jim Levin and Philip Reed, member of the Minority Task Force, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about minorities with AIDS with footage of a protest outside of St. Patrick's Cathedral
COMMERCIAL: Prevention campaign by SWISS-AIDS-ASSISTANCE
3.Continuation of discussion on minorities with AIDS
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4.James Minter, member of the Front Runners, talks about engaging political canidates on AIDS topics
5. News Watch, Man gets custody of his partners son after he dies of AIDS
6.Public pool closed after an HIV positive man swam in it in Williamson, West Virginia
COMMERCIAL: GCN Fundraiser
7.GCN Sports, Professional football teams offer voluntary AIDS testing for players, Tom Cousineau denies that he's gay, footage of diver Matt Scoggin and Greg Louganis
COMMERCIAL: First Hand
8.Lavender Health interview with Michael Shernoff, from Chelsea Psychotherapy Associates, talks about finding a therapist
9.Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. Show Bitz, discussion about the play, Steel Magnolias
COMMERCIAL: Manscape
2.Naming Names, criticism about the AIDS reporting of newspaper,"The Daily News"
COMMERCIAL: "Stop AIDS" The Swiss Federal Office of Public Health
3.Media Watch, Interview with pornographer and musican Chris Rage, features music video with footage of Rage's films
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
4.Inside Out, comedy sketch/satire where Sisky and Ebie look at homoeroticism in the film "The Color of Money" and "Top Gun"


August 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0752 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 34 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/26/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Jim Levin and Mel Rosin, Director of the NY State AIDS Institute, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about how democrats Ed Koch and Governor Cuomo have dealt with the AIDS crisis.
COMMERCIAL: Prevention campaign by SWISS-AIDS-ASSISTANCE
3.Footage of "New York Post" AIDS Forum, August 6 at the Sheraton Hotel and discussion of New York City Mayor, Ed Koch's speech at the forum
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4. NYC Council Members and opponents of gay rights, Aileen Ryan and Thomas Cuite died, Gay rights activist Tom Doerr died
5.Lavender Health, Interview with Dr. Harold Kooden of the Lesbian and Gay Mental Health Advisory Group
6.Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Naming Names, criticism of Senator Gordon Humphrey of New Hampshire who criticized Regan's appointment of Dr. Frank Lilly to his AIDS panel
COMMERCIAL: First Hand
2.Media Watch, Interviews with Dan Sauso, Lisa Heft and Ron from The Names Project
COMMERCIAL: The Islanders Club
3.Show Bitz, discussion about Charles Bush's play, Psycho Beach Party
4.Inside Out, discussion about "lightness" in commercial products.
COMMERCIAL: Manscape
5. Introduction of Lyle's Deck, a gay resort on South Padre Island, Texas


August 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0753 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 35 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/31/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, David Strah, Jim Levin and guest Dr. Frank Lilly, only opendly gay member of the presidential commission on AIDS, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Dr. Frank Lilly goes into detail about the reasons for his selection and the commissions mandate among other things.
COMMERCIAL: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
3.Continuation of interview with Dr. Frank Lily
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
4. Dr. Burton Lee meets with AIDS activists
5.News Watch,Stirling Colgate has developed a software that projects levels of AIDS infection
6.Meridian, Mississipi citizens protest the existence of a local gay bar called Poppers
7. University of California doctor is testing a drug to help with impotency.
8.Article on lesbianism in magazine called, "New Woman"
9. Announcement regarding the October 11th March on Washington
COMMERCIAL:First Hand
10.GCN Sports interviews bowler Gutter George from [VBL]
11. Lavender Health, Interview with Ellen Zaltzberg, an Education Coordinator of the Office of Gay and Lesbian Health Concerns of the NYC Department of Health, talks about homophobia
12.Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Show Bitz, interview with Charles Bush
COMMERCIAL:Manscape
2.Naming Names, "Money Magazine" recieves criticism after publishing an article about a gay couple's finances
COMMERCIAL:The Islanders Club
3.Just Ask Raz,Announcement about play, "Love Goddess" among other things
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
4.Inside Out, Introducing Paco Rabanne
5.Media Watch, Interview with Arthur Kirson, Cabaret Performer


August 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0754 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 36 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/8/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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September 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0755 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 37 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/15/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Jim Levin, Joyce Hunter, Eleanor Cooper, and guest Tom Duane, Chelsa Democratic District Leader, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2. Footage and rememberance of civil rights and gay activist, Bayard Rustin
3.Discussion and criticism of the Regan AIDS Commission
4.Discussion about an incident in Florida where a house was burned because three HIV positive children lived there
COMMERCIAL:San Francisco AIDS Foundation
5. Discussion about housing rights for surviving partners of AIDS victims
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
6.Further discussion about Bayard Rustin
7.Discussion about the October 11th March on Washington
8.News Watch, Soviet Union tests people suspected of having HIV
9.Rosemary Denman, Methodist minister, was suspended by ministry for being openly gay
10.STD Clinic in Seattle Washington makes a greeting card/gift certificate for an AIDS Test
11.NY Gay Community Center sponsors its first orientation
12.GCN Sports, Footage of gymnasts Scott Johnson, Tim Daggett, and Casimiro Suarez
13.Lavender Health, Interview with Richard Heyl from Orientation NYC
14.Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Show Bitz, Review of the cabaret show, Phillip Officer
COMMERCIAL:Gay Treasures
2.Naming Names, criticism of "Associated Press" obituary for Bayard Rustin for the omission of his gay civil rights work
COMMERCIAL:The Islanders Club
3.John Dietrich, from The Islanders Club, talks about the upcoming cruise
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
4.Media Watch, Interview with Leonard J. Martelli and Bill Messina, authors of "When Someone You Know Has AIDS"


September 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0756 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 38 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/23/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Jim Levin, David Strah, and Eleanor Cooper, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about legislature for censoring homophobic remarks by representatives
3.Discussion about Pope John Paul II
COMMERCIAL: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
4.Discussion about Supreme Court nomination of Robert Bork
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund
5.Criticism of Regan's AIDS Panel
6.Washington Countdown, Discussion about events and promotion surrounding the October 11, March on Washington
7.Interview with congressman Tedd Weiss and Bill Green about the Lesbian and Gay rights bill concerning public employment
8.Discussion about ads for the October 11, March on Washington
COMMERCIAL: The Islanders Club
9.News Watch, AIDS Fraud and phony treatments
10.Group study about the coping mechanisms of men who took a HIV Antibody Test
11.Censoring of homophic remarks by political representatives
COMMERCIAL:DIA Art Foundation-Art Against AIDS
Lavender Health, interview with Tony Davis of VILAGE (Visually Impared in a Lesbian and Gay Enviornment)
12.Closing Credits


September 1987
Box: 48 Media : ID: 231.0757 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 39 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/23/1987]

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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm and special guests Denise Alexander, Ortez Alderson, Phillip Reed and Dr. Marjorie Hill, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about race relations in the gay and lesbian political movement
COMMERCIAL:National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
3.Discussion about the issues of black gay and lesbians
COMMERCIAL:National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
4.Criticism about the Pope and his views on homosexuality and AIDS
5.Washington Countdown, discussion about political candidates who have supported the march
6.Announcement about The Names Project
7.Guests Tom Stoddard (Lambda Legal Defense) and Tim Sweeney (Gay Men's Health Crisis) discuss anti-discriminatory policies in regards to AIDS
8.News Watch, Chicago doctor has been restored to his duties
9.ACLU called upon Regan to reconsider his Advisory AIDS Commission
10.Dr. Robert Gallo, co-discoverer of the AIDS virus, has blasted pharmacetual companies for not taking a bigger inititative in research development
11.Amsterdam developed a monument for Lesbians and Gays
12.Lavender Heatlh, interview with Shelly Neiderbach, founder of the Crime Victims Counseling Services Unit
13.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Media Watch, Interview with Eric Perez of the Third World People of Color Caucas
COMMERCIAL:The Islanders Club
2.Perry Brass, "Short Bits of Wisdom From Daddy"
3.Just Ask Raz
COMMERCIAL: Gay Treasures
4.Jeanne Leonard talks about her tribute to Judy Garland
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
5.Interview with Jim Hubbard from the NY Lesbian & Gay Experimental Film Festival


September 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0758 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 40 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/30/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Jim Levin, David Strah, and Christopher Lynn, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about how AIDS affects the classroom and the court room
COMMERCIAL:National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
3. Discussion about convicting a man dying of AIDS who robbed a woman
COMMERCIAL:Human Rights Campaign
4.NYC Council nominates Joseph Lisa for Health Committee Chair
5.Washington Countdown, discussion about political candidates and celebrities who are supporting the March on Washington
6. Interview with Susan Cavin and David Harris who talk about Non Violent Civil Disobedience
7.Fundraiser for the March on Washington at The Tunnel
COMMERCIAL:National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
8.News Watch, Initial trials of the drug DDC have been stopped because its too toxic
Brendan O'Rourke, an AIDS patient, recieved a hug from Pope John Paul II
9.Anti-Censorship groups have accuseed the National Broadcasting Company for refusing to air a commercial about the US Constitution because of veiled references to abortion and homosexuality
10.GCN Sports, Information about NY Gay Pool League, Interleague meeting regarding gay bowling, and discussion about football strike among other things
11.Lavender Health, Interview with West Cronk, NY Coordinator of the Names Project and NY Steering Committee for the March on Washington
12.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Naming Names, criticism of the appointment of Judge Robert Bork for the Supreme Court
COMMERCIAL:The Islanders Club
2.Show Bitz, Discussion about revivial production of "Dreamgirls"
COMMERCIAL: Gay Treasures
3.Cindy and Leah talk about The Fetish Ball at The Limelight


September 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0759 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 41 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/6/1987]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Gay Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Jim Levin, Joyce Hunter and Allen Roskoff, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about the events at the March on Washington
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner
3.Discussion about presidential candidates and nomination of Robert Bork for the Supreme Court
4.White House comes out against Federal AIDS discrimination legislation and Federal AIDS Comission fires its executive director
COMMERCIAL:Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner
5.Surgeon General member C. Everett Koop, M.D. talks about condoms and anal sex
6.Washington Countdown, Information about the March on Washington and announcements about National Lobby Days
7.Interview with Vivian Shapiro and Tom Duane who talk about the reasons they are going to the March on Washington
COMMERCIAL: National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
8.Regan is backing away from commitment to publish an AIDS pamphlet
9.Playgirl magazine will reinsert full male nudity into its centerfold
10.Gay Community Focus, God's Love We Deliver brings hot meals to AIDS patients
11.The Fund for Human Dignity has recieved a grant to update its National AIDS Resources Directory
12.GCN Sports, Discussion about Keith Hernandez and Phil McConkey
13.Lavender Health, AIDS Surveillance Update, Discussion about the incidence of AIDS in NYC, AIDS Diagnosis Over Time By Risk (Combined Race and Sex), AIDS cases per month among other statistics
13.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Naming Names, criticism of Archbishop John Foley who called AIDS a natural sanction
COMMERCIAL:Gay Treasures
2.Show Bitz, Interview with Connie Shulman of the play, "Steel Magnolias"
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
3.Razor Sharp, talks about straight sleeze and condoms among other things
COMMERCIAL:Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner
4."Short Bits of Wisdom from Daddy" by Perry Brass
COMMERCIAL:The Islanders Club
5.John Dietrich from The Islanders Club talks about the upcoming cruise.
6.Closing Credits


October 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0760 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 42 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/13/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Jim Levin, David Strah, and Michael Hirsch, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about gay personal relationships
COMMERCIAL:Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner
3.Discussion about ACT-UP and the changing face of gay activism
COMMERCIAL: Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner
4.Discussion about the conservative publication, "The Wanderer."
5.News Watch, State of California passed bills to allow tests to treat AIDS
6.Representative Gerry Studs demands an investigation on the failure of the Regan administration to properly deal with AIDS and AIDS education
7.British Medical Journal states that the HIV Virus Antibody tests can take up to 14 months for a detection
8.Milwaukee gay community protests radio station WQFM for homophobic radio show
9.Announcements about LGBT events
10.GCN Sports, Soccer team, The Ramblers win a game in Boston, Football player Rich [Syler] faces charges of second degree murder,Virgin Islands announces that they are going to field a team for the 1988 Winter Olympics
11.Lavender Heatlh, interview with Don Lorimer, Lower East Side AIDS Coordinator
12.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Show Bitz, discussion about the gay play, "What's New"
COMMERCIAL:The Islanders Club
2.Naming Names, criticism about the portrayal of a gay character in the movie, "No Way Out"
COMMERCIAL:Human Rights Campaign Fund Dinner
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
3.Razor Sharp, talks about the play, "20's, 30's, 40's", The Fetish Ball, and Raw Hide
COMMERCIAL:Gay Treasures
4.GCN soap opera, "Georgia Vice," episode "Georgia Vice's Day Off"
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
5. "Short Bits of Wisdom From Daddy" by Perry Brass
6.Closing Credits


October 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0761 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 43 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/21/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Available for viewing by appointment only.

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm
2.National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
3.Brent Nicholson Earle, The American Run to End AIDS
4.Harvey Milk memorial, Never Forget
5.Let Freedom Ring, Benefit concert produced by the Lesbian and Gay Bands of America and speech by MA. Representative, Hon. Gerry Studds at the D.A.R. Constitution Hall
COMMERCIAL:The Islanders Club
6.The Wedding, interview with a couples getting married at the March on Washington
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
7.Footage and interviews from The Names Project presentation at the March on Washington
8.Footage and interviews from the March on Washington
9.March on Washington Rally featuring Rev. Jesse Jackson
COMMERCIAL:Gay Treasures
10.Continuation of March on Washington Rally featuring Rev. Jesse Jackson


October 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0762 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 44 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/28/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Marie Manion, Arthur W. Strickler, and Jeffrey Golding, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about the Gay and Lesbian March on Washington
COMMERCIAL:Human Rights Campaign
3.Discussion about how the press represented the Gay and Lesbian March on Washington
COMMERCIAL:Village Pointe Condos
4.Andy Humm reflects upon his experience at The Names Project
5.News Watch, Philadelphia organization, [Les Femmes] falsly advertised a all lesbian cruise to Bermuda
6.Discussion about Shere Hite's book, "Woman and Love: A Cultural Revolution in Progress"
7.Announcement about Lesbian nightclub events and New York City Gay Men's Chorus Halloween Party
8.Footage from the Human Rights Campaign Dinner where Nathan Kolodor, President of Board, GMHC awarded Larry Kramer the arts award
9.Lavender Health, Footage from the film, "AIDS Changing the Rules"
10.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Show Bitz, discussion about the gay play, "Farm Boys"
COMMERCIAL:Gay Treasures
2.Naming Names, criticism regarding the AIDS misinformation in William F. Buckley Jr. article in The Daily News
3.Razor Sharp talks about the film "Too Outrageous," The Pyramid Club, and Halloween
4."Short Bits of Wisdom From Daddy" by Perry Brass
COMMERCIAL:Village Pointe Condos
5.Rosa von Praunheim interviews Craig Russell from the film, "Too Outrageous"
6.Inside Out, Episode, "Bruce's Dungeon on the Lake."
6.Closing Credits


October 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0763 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 45 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/3/1987]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Jim Levin, Joyce Hunter and special guest Harvey Fierstein, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about Senator Jesse Helms who attacked educational comics from the Gay Men's Heatlh Crisis
COMMERCIAL: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
3.Discussion about Randy Shilts book, "And the Band Played On"
COMMERCIAL:Human Rights Campaign Fund
4.Discussion about PBS's show, "AIDS Changing the Rules" hosted by President Regan's son, Ronald Regan Jr.
5.News Watch, Provincton, MA town crier has been asked to resign because of homophobic remarks
6.AIDS Drugs Assistance program
7.David Engel, actor in "La Cage Aux Follies" sues Worthington's photography company for not including him and his partner Eric Underwood in their alumni memory book
8.Gay Community Calendar, announcements about upcoming events
9.GCN Sports, Front Runners Benefit Run, Announcements about Pool matches, Gay Indoor Soccer League, Gynmist,Tim Daggett, broke his leg
10.Lavender Health, Interview with Michael Shernoff from Chelsea Psychotherapy Associates
11.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1.Show Bitz, Interview with Will Sheffer from the play, "Fortune in Men's Eyes"
COMMERCIAL:The Monster
2."Short Bits of Wisdom From Daddy" by Perry Brass
3.Interview with Bill Kunkel from Village Pointe Condos
COMMERCIAL:San Francisco AIDS Foundation
4.Part 2 of Rosa von Praunheim's interview with Craig Russell from the film, "Too Outrageous"
COMMERCIAL:Gay Treasures
5.Closing Credits


November 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0764 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 46 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/4/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

November 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0765 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 47 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/17/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

November 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0766 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 48 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/24/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

November 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0767 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 49 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/1/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

December 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0768 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 50 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/7/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

December 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0769 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 51 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/17/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

December 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0770 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 52 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/24/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1987
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0771 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 53 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/31/1987]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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Program Content: Unknown

December 1987
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0772 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 1 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/7/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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January 1988
Box: 49 Media : ID: 231.0773 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 2 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/17/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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January 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0774 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 3 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/21/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

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January 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0775 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 4 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/28/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Scope and Content

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January 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0776 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 5 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/4/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0777 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 6 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/11/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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Scope and Content

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February 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0778 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 7 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/18/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing. Please contact a Fales archivist.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:58:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: James Reed Rep.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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February 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0779 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 8 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/25/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:58:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Griffin Gold

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0780 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 9 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/3/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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Scope and Content

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March 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0781 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 10 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/10/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0782 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 11 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/17/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0783 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 12 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/24/1988]

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 Week in Review, with Andy Humm, Phil Zwickler, Michael Petrelis, Philip Reed, and Tom Duane, sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign Fund
2.Discussion about research team Masters and Johnson who is working on a spermicide that would kill HIV
3.Discussion about the Arts Council funding LGBT art projects
COMMERCIAL:The World:Benefit AIDS Resource Center
4. Interview with Michael Petrelis who led a delegation of activists to various states during primary elections called, Freedom Ride
5.Tom Duane talks about Housing Rights of LGBT people
COMMERCIAL:Night of 1,000 Gowns
6.Al [Hears],video artist at Gay Cable Network dies of AIDS, Andy Humm reflects upon his activism
COMMERCIAL:The "A" Party Line
7.News Watch, The U.S Office of Personnel Management announces AIDS policy that prohibits discrimination against employees with AIDS
8.Vermont Bill addresses housing discrimination against LGBT people
9.Boulder, CO lesbian wins approval to adopt a child
10.Spotlight on Lesbians, Interview with author Karla Jay
COMMERCIAL:The Party Line for Men
11.Lavender Health, Interview with Dr. Barbara Warren director of Project Connect
12.Closing Credits
COMMERCIAL:The "A" Party Line
COMMERCIAL:Gay Cable Network show, "Be My Guest" with Sybil Ophthalmia Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL:Men's Party Line

The Right Stuff:
1.Naming Names, criticism against The New York Post's negative article on the New York State Council on the Arts, which funded LGBT art projects
COMMERCIAL:Village Pointe Condos
2.Razor Sharp talks about the closing of NYC club, The Saint
COMMERCIAL:The Party Line for Men
3.Media Watch, Interview with Larry Kadish, Curator of the Film Department at MOMA talks about the film festival, New Directors/New Films


March 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0784 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 13 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/31/1988] [3]--GCN No. 4

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:58:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: [3]--000 2 Drag Aways

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0785 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 14 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/7/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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April 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0786 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 15 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/14/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

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April 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0787 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 16 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/21/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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Scope and Content

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April 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0788 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 17 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/28/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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April 1988
Box: 50 Media : ID: 231.0789 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 18 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/5/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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May 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0790 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 19 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/12/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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May 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0791 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 20 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/19/1988] [3]--GCN No. 10

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 00:58:00

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Program content: [3]--000 AIDS $ Now [Sign Aoe]

Scope and Content

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May 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0792 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 21 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/26/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 01:00:00
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May 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0793 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 22 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/2/1988]

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June 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0794 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 23 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/9/1988]

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June 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0795 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 24 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/16/1988]

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June 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0796 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 25 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/23/1988]

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June 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0797 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 26 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/30/1988]

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June 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0798 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 27 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/7/1988]

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July 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0799 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 28 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/14/1988]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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July 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0800 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 29 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/21/1988]

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Currently not available for viewing.

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Duration: 00:58:00

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Program content: Special Democratic Convention Program

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July 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0801 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 31 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/4/1988]

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Currently not available for viewing.

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TRT: 00:58:00

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Program content: David Dinkins

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August 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0802 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 33 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/18/1988]

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Duration: 01:00:00

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Program content: Republican Convention August 18, 1988

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August 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0803 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 34 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/25/1988]

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Duration: 00:58:00

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Program content: Suzanne

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
Special Episode: Coverage of 1988 Republican and Democratic National Conventions – highlights:
COMMERCIAL: The “Tyte” Party Line, for men only
1. History of gay rights movement.
2. On RNC floor, interviews with Evan Meecham, Al D’Amato, John Roberts, Jim Fenalson, Jonathan Bush, Henry Kissinger, and Marvin Bush, who are questioned about political issues affecting the gay community.
3. At DNC, interviews with Sgt. Perry Watkins, Karen Clark, Mike Farrell, Martin Hiraga, and Ted Weiss, who are questioned about political issues affecting the gay community.
COMMERCIAL: Gay Pride Parade & Christopher Street Festival 1988 video
4. Interview with Urvashi Vaid.
COMMERCIAL: 550-9000, presented by the Megaquest Group
5. NO/AIDS Task Force Resource Center discusses the AIDS crisis and progress.
COMMERCIAL: 550-GAYS
6. Anti-gay followers of Pat Robertson harass gay rights activists at a gay rights rally at Lafayette Square.
COMMERCIAL: The “Tyte” Party Line, for men only
7. RNC attendees react to ACTUP demonstration/counter-demonstration.
COMMERCIAL: Village Pointe Condos
8. At the RNC, interview with Angela Buchanan who talks about children being taught about the “gay lifestyle”.
COMMERCIAL: 550-9000, presented by the Megaquest Group
9. At RNC, interviews with correspondents of non-gay news outlets.
COMMERCIAL: 550-GAYS
10. At RNC, attendees discuss their support of George H.W. Bush; Urvashi Vaid discusses her opposition to Bush.
COMMERCIAL: Gay Pride Parade & Christopher Street Festival 1988 video
COMMERCIAL: The “Tyte” Party Line, for men only


August 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0804 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 35 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/1/1988]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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September 1988
Box: 51 Media : ID: 231.0805 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 36 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/8/1988]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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September 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0806A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 37 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/15/1988]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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September 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0807 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 38 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/22/1988]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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September 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0808A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 39 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/29/1988]

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00
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September 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0809 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 40 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/6/1988]

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Duration: 01:00:00
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October 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0810 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 41 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/13/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:58:00

OriginalFormat: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Washington Oct. 7-11 1988

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

October 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0811 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 42 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/20/1988] [3]--GCN No. 7

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:58:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: [Cassette]--"000-Human Chain on pavement, 29-Old woman laughs, 48-Police drag man, 52-Police drag guys (2)" [Container]--"O at first frame of Demo piece, 3:22:08-3:49:15 Men with red tape dragged to end"

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

October 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0812 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 43 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/27/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

October 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0813 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 44 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/3/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

November 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0814A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 45 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/10/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

November 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0815 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 46 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/17/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

November 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0816 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 47 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/24/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

November 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0817 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 48 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/1/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0818 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 49 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/7/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0819 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 50 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/15/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0820 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 51 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/22/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1988
Box: 52 Media : ID: 231.0821 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 52 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/29/1988]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

December 1988
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0822 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 1 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/5/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

January 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0823A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 2 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/12/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

January 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0824 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 3 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/19/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

January 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0825 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 4 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/26/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

January 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0826 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 5 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/2/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0827 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 6 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/9/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0828 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 7 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/16/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0829A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 8 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/23/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

February 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0830 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 9 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/2/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0831 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 10 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/9/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0832 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 11 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/16/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0833 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 12 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/23/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0834 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 13 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/6/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

April 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0835 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 14 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/13/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

April 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0836 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 15 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/20/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

April 1989
Box: 53 Media : ID: 231.0837 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 16 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/27/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

April 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0838 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 17 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/4/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

May 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0839 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 18 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/11/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

May 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0840 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 19 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/18/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

May 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0841 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 20 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/25/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

May 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0842 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 21 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/1/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

June 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0843 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 22 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/8/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

June 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0844 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 23 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/15/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

June 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0845 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 24 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/22/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

June 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0846A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 25 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/29/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

June 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0847 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 26 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/6/1989] [3]--GCN No. 8

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:58:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Start of Parade footage, ACT-UP/Fight Back

July 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0848 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 27 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/13/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

July 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0849 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 28 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/20/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

July 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0850 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 29 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 7/27/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

July 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0851 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 30 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/3/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

August 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0852 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 31 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/10/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

August 1989
Box: 54 Media : ID: 231.0853 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 32 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/17/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

August 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0854 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 33 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 8/31/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

August 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0855 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 34 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/7/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

September 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0856 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 35 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/14/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

September 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0857 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 36 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/21/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

September 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0858 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 37 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 9/28/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

September 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0859 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 38 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/5/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

October 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0860 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 39 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/12/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

October 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0861A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 40 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/19/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

October 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0862 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 41 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 10/26/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

October 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0863 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 42 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/2/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

November 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0864 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 43 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/9/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

November 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0865 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 44 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/16/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

November 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0866 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 45 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/23/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

November 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0867 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 46 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 11/30/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

November 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0868 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 47 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/7/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1989
Box: 55 Media : ID: 231.0869 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 48 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/14/1989] [3]--GCN No. 9

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:58:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: [3]--000 Curb Your Dogma

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1989
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0870 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 49 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/21/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1989
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0871 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 50 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 12/28/1989]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

December 1989
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0872 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 1 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/11/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

January 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0873 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 2 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/18/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

January 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0874 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 3 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 1/25/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

January 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0875 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 4 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/1/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0876 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 5 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/8/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0877 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 6 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/15/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0878 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 7 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 2/22/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

February 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0879 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 8 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/1/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0880 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 9 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/8/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0881 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 10 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/15/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0882 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 11 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/22/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0883 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 12 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 3/29/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

March 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0884 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 13 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/5/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

April 1990
Box: 56 Media : ID: 231.0885 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 14 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/12/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

April 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0886 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 15 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/19/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

April 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0887A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 16 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 4/26/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

April 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0888A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 17 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/3/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

May 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0889 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 18 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/10/1990]

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Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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Program Content: Unknown

May 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0890 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 19 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/17/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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Program Content: Unknown

May 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0891A [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 20 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/24/1990]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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


May 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0892 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 21 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 5/31/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

May 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0893 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 22 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/7/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

June 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0894 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 23 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/14/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

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Program Content: Unknown

June 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0895 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 24 [2]--The Right Stuff
[Air Date: 6/21/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

June 1990
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0896 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 25 [2]--The Right Stuff [Air Date: 6/28/1990]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 01:00:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

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Program Content: Unknown

June 1990
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0897 Pride and Progress Etc

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:59:00

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Openings for Pride and Progress, The Right Stuff, Men and Films, Badlands, Broadway Confidential

Scope and Content

COMMERCIAL:Autumn in Gay New York
Pride and Progress Intro:
The RIght Stuff Intro:
Men in Films Intro:
COMMERCIAL:Badlands
Broadway Confidential:
Footage from the film, "The Big Chill"


Undated
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0898 Pride and Progress Etc

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Ad for Intelligence Video, Pride and Progress Opening, Work a Load-Christmas, Orientation '85, "As I See It," The Monster-New-1/28/1986

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

circa 1986, Undated
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0899 [1]--Pride and Progress [2]--The Right Stuff; San Francisco No. 46, 2/28/1984

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [1]--00:28:14 [2]--00:28:07

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

1984
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0900 [1]--Pride and Progress [2]--The Right Stuff; San Francisco No. 51, 1/27

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: One Year Anniv.

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress: San Francisco
1. With William Casey, Kory McCormack, and Cheryl Rosenthal
2.Scientists have discovered AIDS drug AZT and vaccine
3.Two men chained themselves to county building after supervisors refused to allocate $50,000 for AIDS services
4.Insurance compoany, Blue Cross has reimbursed patient for experimental AIDS treatments
5.Colorado law makers trying to pass law to quarantine, test, and trace people suspected of being infected with AIDS
6.Sacramento, CA jury selection for a case where four defendents from The Citizens for Medical Justice blocked the entrance of the governsors office who refused to meet and sign law AB3407, which would help protect people sufferening from AIDS
7.Wesley Johnson in Oregon prison was punished for kissing the hand of a visitor
COMMERCIAL:Special Valentines Message from GCN
8.Behind the Scenes at GCN
8.COMMERCIAL: Shari Belafonte: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
9.News Week Magazine features a condom advertisement
10.San Francisco Supervisor, Harry Britt address condom advertisments and talks about condoms and risk
11.Great Britain Secretary of State was in San Franciso touring facilities with people with AIDS
12.Nello Carlini interviews Tighe Foley from the Shanti Project
13.San Francisco police department meets with the gay community to talk about safety in regards to socializing, Dianne Christianson from C.U.A.V. talks about safety when leaving bars
14.Sonoma has included AIDS discrimination legislation
COMMERCIAL:Special Valentines Message from GCN
15.COMMERCIAL: Mikhail Baryshnikov, Shanti Project
COMMERCIAL:San Francisco AIDS Foundation
16. Dr. Nancy Shaw sues University of California because of denied tenure
17.Sally Gearhart Commentary, discussion about the gym
18.GCN Announces 1 Year Anniversary
19.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1. With Danny Williams, talks about GCN's 1st Anniversary
COMMERCIAL:Special Valentines Message
2.This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
3.Footage of GCN 1 Year Anniversary Party featuring Tom Ammiano, Danny Williams, Laurie Bushman, and Mario Mondelli
4. Interview with Mike Hippler from Bay Area Reporter (BAR)
5.Ms. Leather San Francisco Footage
6.Closing Credits


Undated
Box: 57 Media : ID: 231.0901 [1]--Pride and Progress [2]--The Right Stuff; Vol. IV No. 46, San Francisco No. 52

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [1]--00:27:55 [2]--00:28:09

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress: San Francisco
News – highlights:
1. With Casey Ward and Korey McCormack
2. GCN celebrates its 1st anniversary.
3. Ward and McCormack discuss recent events affecting the gay and lesbian community.
4. Happy Valentine’s Day, from GCN
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
5. Ward and McCormack continue discussing recent events.
6. Discussion of a West Virginia Supreme Court case regarding a lesbian teacher
7. Interview with Irene Smith, massage therapist for people with AIDS
8. Speakers with San Francisco AIDS Foundation discuss impact of AIDS on women.
9. Report on Bishop William E. Swing regarding church liturgies for same-sex unions.
10. Report on Dutch National Broadcasting Corporation creation of gay and lesbian [teletext] service.

The Right Stuff:
1. With Karen Ripley
2. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
3. Happy Valentine’s Day, from GCN
COMMERCIAL: Shanti Project, with Michael and Paula Smuin
4. Interview with Nancy Yerby, who talks about macrobiotic nutrition
5. Interview with Michael Prince, who talks about his music career and his single “Dance Your Love Away”. Includes clip of music video.
6. Happy Valentine’s Day, from GCN
7. Karen Ripley being comedic
8. Promotion of “Poetry & Well-Being” to benefit ACL’s free art classes for people with AIDS
9. Interview with Frank Pike, who talks about his business Moonlighting Escorts.
10. Just Ask Raz
COMMERCIAL: Cook’s Magazine
COMMERCIAL: The Best of “Money, Money, Money”


Undated
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0902 [Container]--Pride and Progress, Vol. IV No. 19, San Francisco No. 17 [Cassette]--The Right Stuff; Vol. IV No. 19, San Francisco No. 17

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: EZ-Trim
2. As I See It with Prince Pannece. Includes clip of film “Desert Hearts”.
COMMERCIAL: NGTF Fund for Human Dignity with "Dear Abby" Abigail Van Buren
3. Introduction by hosts Doris Fish and Tippi
COMMERCIAL: R. Kassman, Purveyor of Fine Pianos
4. M. G. Whitney, Speed Talk Institute
5. Doris Fish and Tippi introduce David Nahmod
6. David Nahmod discusses new films and shows in San Francisco
7. Doris Fish and Tippi introduce Dr. Farkle
8. Ask Dr. Farkle
9. Doris Fish and Tippi introduce a clip from the film “Just Another Girl”
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
10. Doris Fish and Tippi show items they bought shopping.


Undated
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0903 [Pride and Progress], [The Right Stuff], San Francisco No. 2, Vol. IV No. 4, 1/28[1984]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Wimps of the '80s

January 1984
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0904 [Pride and Progress], [The Right Stuff], San Francisco No. 45, 12/9/1986

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [1]--00:26:28 [2]--00:29:43

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Mario Mondelli 1:02, Ripp Taylor PSA on AIDS 0:23, Mario Mondelli into Lilly Tomlin and Jane Wagner 3:11, Mario Mondelli 0:24 into Joann Lovlan Lesbian Sex inter. 5:34

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress: San Francisco
1. With Joseph Durant and Cheryl Rosenthal
COMMERCIAL:Professional Glass
COMMERCIAL:Dionne Warwick:San Francisco AIDS Foundation
2.Pacific Bell must pay 3 million dollar settlement due to gay employment discrimination, Footage of Jean O'Leary from NGRA
3.AB1 bill prevents bias on job discrimination
4.Salvation Army works and provides funds towards anti-gay legislation, Footage of Steven Rasher, GGBA
5.Law-suit has been served to Women's Training Center for sex bias
6.Gay Games Board of Directors presented awards to volunteers, Footage of speech by Rikki Streiker, GGII Treasurer
7. Interview with Karen Thompson who talks about the denial of her rights to take care of her diabled partner
8.Interview with Paul Wotman who talks about living wills regarding gay and lesbian partnerships
9.Dr. Harvey Thompson, an early educator of AIDS health, died.
10.Sally Gearhart talks about her only religious expeience
COMMERCIAL:Professional Glass
11.Mario Mandelli:GCN Fundraising
12.Carol Migden, Chair S.F. Demo Party: GCN Fundraising
13.Nello Carlini:GCN Fundraising
14.Pride and Progress, with Doug Kimball, Football results of San Francisco Trojans defeat over The Deputies
15.Tom Matthews talks about male circumcision
16.Closing Credits

The Right Stuff:
1. With Mario Mandelli
COMMERCIAL:Rip Taylor: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
2.This Week in Gay History with Kevin Sweeney
3.Interview with Eric Gilbert who talks about "Gay Comix"
4.Footage and interviews from a Lily Thomlin and Jane Wagner book signing
COMMERCIAL: Baybrick Inn
5. Interview with Joann Loulan author of "Lesbian Sex"
COMMERCIAL:Baybrick Inn
6.Karen Ripley:GCN Fundraising
7.Danny Williams:GCN Fundraising
COMMERCIAL:Blazing Redheads
8.Joan Rivers Impersonator: GCN Fundraising
9. Jimmy Romer, City Gossip
10.Closing Credits


December 1986
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0905 [Pride and Progress], [The Right Stuff], San Francisco No. 50, 1/20/[1985]

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Mario Mondelli, Twigh VS No. 4, [Moments] of Meditation, Really Festive

January 1985
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0906 [Pride and Progress], [The Right Stuff], Los Angeles Vol. 1 No. 1

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:57:30

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

1985
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.1237 Pride and Progress Vol. I No. 3, Los Angeles

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:57:30

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

Undated
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.1238 Bumpers II, The Right Stuff

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Bumper for The Right Stuff


Undated
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0907 The Right Stuff Vol. IV No. 9, San Francisco No. 7

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Tom Ammiano (181 Club) 1:26

Scope and Content

The Right Stuff, San Francisco
1.Performance by Sybil Opthalmia Bruncheon
COMMERCIAL:Casio Pocket TV
2.Brandon Judell interviews Bill Sherwood, director of "Parting Glances" and shows footage from the film
COMMERCIAL:Mastertouch
3.The Right Stuff, introduction by Phillip R. Ford
4.Back and Forth, with Constance Crabtree and Sandal Hebert
5.Tippi, GCN Weather Personality
COMMERCIAL:Gay Line
6.That's San Francisco, With Phillip R. Ford
COMMERCIAL:976-SUCK
COMMERCIAL:Mastertouch
7.Footage of Tom Ammiano at the 181 Club
8.Closing Credits


Undated
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0908 The Right Stuff Vol. IV No. 24, San Francisco No. 22, 6/17/1986

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: Margaret Gomez and Flaming Red Heads

Scope and Content

The Right Stuff, San Francisco
1.This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL:San Francisco AIDS Foundation
2.Introduction by The Right Stuff hosts, Doris Fish and Tippi
3.David Alex Nahmod and the Movies, Discussion about "Invaders from Mars," "Man in the Silk Hat," "Parents Come Out, and "The AIDS Show" from Theatre Rinocerous
4.Ask Dr. Farkle, Discussion about Lynn Redgrave and Rita Mae Brown
5.Phillip R. Ford interviews Cher impersonator and talks about upcoming events
6.Footage of Blazing Redheads concert
7.Closing Credits


June 1986
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0909 The Right Stuff Promos

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: A. Mona Rogers, B. Michael Musto

Scope and Content

The Right Stuff Promos
1.Gay Cable Network promos by female impersonators
2.Closing Credits
3.Footage from a unidentified film
4.NC/V Film Co. "Morgan Stewart's Coming Home" Clip No. 6 "Hand Kiss"
Footage from a unidentified film


1986
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0910 The Best of the Right Stuff, Back Up Show, Tape 1 of 2

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:28:15

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown


Undated
Box: 58 Media : ID: 231.0911 [1]--The Best of the Right Stuff, Back Up Show, Tape 2 of 2 [2]--The Right Stuff Vol. IV No. 36, San Francisco

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: 00:28:50

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

Undated
Box: 44 Media : ID: 231.0680 Pride and Progress Vol. IV No. 14, San Francisco No. 12

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

OriginalFormat: 3/4 in. Umatic

Program content: L.A. Bodybuilder, L.A. Superman

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

1986
Box: 43 Media : ID: 231.0665 [1]--Pride and Progress, Episode No. 34 [2]--The Right Stuff, Episode No. []
[Air Date: 9/9/1984]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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

Scope and Content

Pride and Progress
News-highlights:
1. Alexandria, Virginia, Phillip W. Smalley says illicit homosexual remarks as a joke and receives arrest warrant for solicitation and sodomy, potentially faces 5 years in prison
2. Three United State Court of Appeals judges uphold Temple University discriminatory lower court ruling
3. San Francisco gay man on trial for battery and resisting arrest, pleads not guilty
4. South Carolina pornography laws
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
5. Superior court judge voids ban on bathhouse sex
6. Reagan Republican National Committee spends large sum for California GOP candidate
7. Dr. Silverman, Former Head of San Francisco Public Health and Robin Williams hold press conference opposing proposition 64, includes coverage
8. Metropolitan Church Committee wins right to hold religious services for prisoners
9. Lesbian Caucus holds 2nd annual blood drive, to benefit AIDS patients
10. Mishi Cohen, director of Quan Yin Acupuncture, discusses alternative medicine and AIDS research
11. Sally Gearhart commentary
12. AIDS Bills, AB3667, FB1327, AB31237, AB33233, and AB4249
13. Gay Father's Coalition changes name to The Gay and Lesbian Parents Association International
14. AIDS victim Mark Siegel dies
15. California Closing credits
16. Healthline: Conversations with GMHC: Michael Shernoff discusses his Safer Sex Workshop
17. Closing credits

The Right Stuff:
1. This Week in Gay History with Jeff Bixby
COMMERCIAL: "Manscape," a gay magazine
COMMERCIAL: Terry Miller, Different Life Bookshop
COMMERCIAL: SF AIDS Foundation
2. Current events/media/culture, includes clips
COMMERCIAL: Interart Theatre
3. Cooking with Esther
4. Closing credits


September 1984
Box: 39 Media : ID: 231.0600 [1]--Pride and Progress [2]--The Right Stuff; Vol. I No. 2

Conditions Governing Access

Currently not available for viewing.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Duration: [unknown]

Original Format: 3/4 in. Umatic

Scope and Content

Program Content: Unknown

1984

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