WCQ312 40th Anniversary of Stonewall

Host: Amy Matheny with Alexandra Billings

Alex is still hanging out with Amy or should we refer to her as Ms. Grand Marshal of the 2009 Chicago Pride Parade! She is the first trans person to lead the parade! The gals talk about the last 40 years in the GLBT community after Stonewall.

Guest: David Carter, author of Stonewall: The Riots that Sparked the Gay Revolution, talks with Amy about what happened that fateful night in New York 40 years ago that started our movement. They discuss the differences of laws and civil rights back then versus today. David dispels a few myths of what really happened. For more information visit

Music Featured on This Queercast:
Michael McBride - "Some of Me"
Sandy Rapp - "Everyone Was at Stonewall"

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