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OUT AT CHM: Screaming Queens and Lavender Panthers: A History of Transgender Activism

In 1966, a group of drag-queen prostitutes in San Francisco retaliated against police harassment and launched an ongoing movement for transgender rights and freedom of gender expression.  Activist and expert Susan Stryker looks at the history of transgender activism in Chicago and throughout the nation.


Recorded Thursday, May 08, 2008 at Chicago History Museum.

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