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    • Oral history interview with Anne Stanback and Charlotte Kinlock recorded on 2002 Nov. 15.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Social service -- Connecticut; Lobbying -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Love Makes a Family Foundation;
    • Interview conducted by Ryan Mancini and Chet Kozikowski. Anne Stanback and Charlotte Kinlock have been together since 1983. Both have worked in social work in some capacity for over 20 years. During the interview both discuss their experiences...
    • Oral history interview with Canon Clinton Jones recorded on 2002 Nov. 4.

    • Transsexuals -- Counseling of -- Connecticut; Gender identity; XX Club (Hartford, Conn.); Homosexuality -- Religious aspects; George W. Henry Foundation;
    • Interview conducted by John Plotica and Isaac Miller Jr. The Reverend Canon Clinton Jones was born in 1916 in Brookfield, CT. He grew up in the Episcopal Church, but never thought about studying to be a minister until his 2nd year of college. He...
    • Oral history interview with Carolyn Gabel recorded 2002 Nov. 1

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Feminism; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford; Children -- United States -- 1950-1960; Lesbian activists;
    • Interview conducted by Kim Kliger. Carolyn Gabel is a lesbian and feminist activist. She has worked with the CT Stonewall Foundation, the CT Coalition for LGBT Civil rights, Democracy Works, and the CT Chapter of NARAL. She was also the...
    • 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 Keith Brown recorded on 2002 Oct. 29.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford; George W. Henry Foundation; Jones, Clinton R.; Recumbent bicycles; Historical reenactments; AIDS (Disease) -- Patients -- Medical care --...
    • Interview conducted by Roxanne Gomes. Keith Brown was born in Hartford, CT and raised in Newington, CT. He works as a gay rights activist and hosts a weekly radio show on WWUH called “Gay Spirit”. He has written a book called the “Annals...
    • 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 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...

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