OUT AT CHM: Speaking Out Down South

March 26, 2009

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Listen in to an evening of oral history that details the lives and experiences of Southern African American gays and lesbians. This program bridges the gap between scholarship and performance while highlighting the deep historical and cultural connections between Chicago and the American South. Hosts E. Patrick Johnson and Sharon Bridgeforth help shed light on how people live their lives as gay, lesbian and queer African Americans.

 

Recorded Thursday, March 26, 2009 at Chicago History Museum.