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Published on Aug 9, 2009
Hosted by Laverne Cox, the Center's half-hour show debuts never-before-seen personal archival footage of the first Christopher Street Gay Liberation Day March up Sixth Avenue to the Sheep Meadow with commentary by lesbian and gay elders who were on the scene; the alumni of Gay and Lesbian Youth of New York talk about their experiences organizing as youth in the 70s, 80s and 90s and giving back to the youth of today; former Center board president David Nimmons and artist Gary Speziale recall the installation of The Center Show in 1989; writers Amy Hoffman and Stefanie Grant read from their work; Gay City News reporter Sam Oglesby talks to journalist Michael Luongo about his travels as a gay man in the Muslim world and volunteers from Team Center highlight the AIDS Walk of 2008. Out at the Center is a TV show of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. This program is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to www.gaycenter.org/support