“Queer November Remembered,” the November 26th This Way Out (our 1600th edition!) put the 1978 victory over California’s Briggs Initiative and the assassination of San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk into the context of the times. But there’s more to the story!
Alive with the sounds of the streets, Diminished Capacity captures the enormous impact of the Milk-Moscone murders on the queer community. This fast-paced 48-minute program tracks the entire story through the “White Night Riots” and including White’s eventual suicide, with comments by many leading lesbian and gay activists and journalists and riveting thematic music by the Tom Robinson Band.
During our “Scratch That Itch” 2018 Year End Campaign you can request a CD copy of both the “Queer November Remembered” program and Diminished Capacity for a donation of $50 or more.
For a donation of $75 or more, you can add to your request our exclusive half-hour interview with Harvey Milk himself!
Keep the legacy of Harvey Milk and the other pioneering LGBTQ activists of 40 years ago alive … and ensure the future of the only LGBTQ radio program that carries their voices around the world!