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    • Oral history interview with Robin McHaelen recorded on 2002 Oct. 30

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Safe Harbor Project (Conn.); Lesbian activists;
    • Interview conducted by Aimee Yi. Robin McHaelen is a lesbian activist, who founded and is now the executive director of True Colors, a group for sexual minority youth and families. True Colors evolved out of extensive field work that McHaelen...
    • Oral history interview with Carol Gale recorded on 2002 Oct. 23

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Homosexuality -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Gay pride parades;
    • Interview conducted by Amanda Abbott. Carol Gale is a lesbian and feminist activist who was the chair of CT Pride. Gale was responsible for the gay Pride festival and parade in Hartford for the years 1982-1990. She describes how and why the...
    • Oral history interview with Ruth Howell recorded on 2002 Oct. 31.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Lesbian activists; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford; Civil rights -- Connecticut
    • Interview conducted by Felipe Serrano. Ruth Howell was involved with the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights, and worked towards passing the Connecticut Civil Rights Bill of 1991. Howell’s social consciousness and political awareness was a...
    • Oral history interview with Regina Dyton recorded on 2002 Oct. 31

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Lesbian activists; African Americans -- Race identity; Social service -- Connecticut; Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective;
    • Interview conducted by Jessica Foligno. Regina Dyton grew up with a diverse background. She was born in a rural Kentucky town and then moved to Trenton, NJ, but was bussed to a school in a mainly suburban white neighborhood. Because she came...
    • Oral history interview with Jennifer Hadlock recorded on 2002 Nov. 1

    • Bisexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Connecticut Stonewall Foundation; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford;
    • Interview conducted by Kristine Russell. Jennifer Hadlock has worked as a Bisexual activist in the Hartford area, is co-founder of Conn-Bi-Nation, and a member of the Stonewall Foundation. She decided to settle in the Hartford area after...
    • Oral history interview with Loretta Wrobel recorded on 2002 Nov. 5

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Social service -- Connecticut; Feminism;
    • Interview conducted by Linda Campbell. Loretta Wrobel was a lesbian and feminist activist who was involved in the establishment of the Hartford Women's Center, and continues to work as feminist therapist. Wrobel was born in Connecticut in 1954. ...
    • Oral history interview with Helen E. Brill recorded on 2002 Oct. 29.

    • Lobbying -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Quakers; Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays; Jones, Clinton R.
    • Interview conducted by Noreen Dallaire. Helen Brill was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1914. She went to college in Southern California where she was introduced to the Quaker religion, which she describes as the strongest influence on her life and...
    • Oral history interview with Robert Belliveau recorded on 2002 Nov. 1

    • Bisexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Social service -- Connecticut; AIDS (Disease) -- Patients -- Medical care -- Standards; Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective;
    • Interview conducted by Patrick Cone. Robert Belliveau is a bisexual activist from the Hartford area. He was the co-founder of the Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective, and is a social worker involved with establishing support groups for gay...
    • Oral history interview with Bert Kissling recorded on 2002 Nov. 1.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Homosexuality -- Religious aspects; Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective;
    • Interview conducted by Richard McHugh. Bert Kissling was the co-founder of the Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective. He was born and raised in suburban Chicago. He moved to Ct. in the 1970’s in order to pursue a degree in Yale’s...
    • Oral history interview with Mel Thomas recorded 2002 Nov. 1

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; African Americans -- Race identity; Gays -- United States -- Identity;
    • Interview conducted by S. Essilfe. Mel Thomas grew up in the Hartford area. He is known for being an activist for the gay African American community. He established organizations such as Kwanzaa and Brothers for Brothers, which gave support for...
    • Oral history interview with Richard Stillson recorded on 2002 Nov. 2

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford; Female impersonators;
    • Interview of Dr. Richard Stillson by Dana Roccapriore conducted on November 2, 2002 in Hartford, Ct. Stillson is a prominent gay activist in the Hartford Community. He has been active in LGBT Civil rights movement, and has been the chair of CT...

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