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Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Charlene Colthran, Keith Boykin, Kay Shelby, Dirk Shafer, Ciprian Cucu, Troy Perry.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment comparing and contrasting African American civil rights and gay civil rights. The next segment features the religious right's involvement regarding gay and lesbian issues in the public school system. The Bayard Rustin Rally segment is an interview with Charlene Cothran, and an interview with Keith Boykin of Leadership Forum follows. The theater spotlight is about the "Think It's Not When It Iz" Theatre and a lesbian sensitivity workshop. The next segment looks at gay religious organizations. An interview with Playgirl's Man of the Year Dirk Shafer follows. The In the World segment covers gay history and rights in South Africa, the film Out in Africa, and the International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission with Ciprian Cucu, speaking about human rights abuses in Romania. Hate crime statistics are provided, and Chelsea House Press highlights author James Baldwin. The Spellman College Lesbian Bisexual Alliance provides the episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Paris Barclay, Mitchell Anderson, Lisa Kron, Lea DeLaria, Everett Quinton, Sir Ian McKellen.

Summary: The episode begins with a spotlight on hate crimes and the Matthew Shepard murder. The episode's A Day in the Life segment profiles television director Paris Barclay. The Out Actors Speak Out segment features Mitchell Anderson, Lisa Kron, Lea DeLaria, and Everett Quinton. A medical segment covers breakthroughs in lesbian health care, and the next segment focuses on innovative AIDS fundraising approaches. The next segment is about James Whale and the film, Gods and Monsters. The episode also features a recap of Gay Games V in Amsterdam. Ian McKellen provides this episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton. Featured guests: Marga Gomez, Alec Mapa, Dan Pintauro.

Summary: The first episode of season ten begins with a segment focusing on the "AIDS, a Living Archive" and "Pride 2001" art exhibits. The next segment looks at the ONE Institute & Archives in Los Angeles. The episode features a rebroadcast of a segment about the Condega Homemaker's Project from episode 804. The Out & About segment covers the murder of Fred Martinez, the LGBT Community Center opening in New York City, and the film, Iron Ladies. It also spotlights writers Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, Lanford Wilson, Howard Cruse and Samuel R. Delany. The next segment focuses on jazz songwriter Billy Strayhorn. The Out Takes segment features Marga Gomez, while Alec Mapa and Dan Pintauro provide PSAs during the episode.

Host: André DeShields.  Featured guests: George Ratliff, Klaus Wowereit, Harvey Fierstein, Christian de la Huerta, Lesley Gore, Bill Thomas, Judith Light, Keith Boykin, Jason Stuart, Patricia Clarkson.

Summary: The first episode of season 12 begins with a segment on the fifth anniversary of Matthew Shepard's death and the rise of hate crimes, with an emphasis on Sakia Gunn. The Real to Reel segment is about George Ratliff's documentary, Hell House. The next segment examines religion in the classroom and an Arkansas public school administration's treatment of a gay student. Another segment focuses on the political evolution of Germany and Klaus Wowereit, the openly gay mayor of Berlin. Next, four lesbian Muslims discuss their experiences with gender, religion and sexuality. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is titled "3 Questions." Christian de la Huerta, Lesley Gore, Bill Thomas, Judith Light, Keith Boykin and Jason Stuart provide historical PSAs throughout the episode, and Patricia Clarkson provides the celebrity ID.

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3:10 - 3:39: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, "Find the Cost of Freedom"
52:21 - 54:31: Joe Jackson, "Real Men"

Host: Bill Brochtrup.  Featured guests: Lesley Gore, Ann Bannon, Gair Bridges, Ron Travis, Jimmy Creech, Harvey Fierstein, Bill Coleman, Barbara Garrick, Imani Henry, Jade Esteban Estrada, E. Lynn Harris.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts from episodes 501, 704, 705, 902, 1107 and 1207 cover such subjects as Ann Bannon, gay rights in Maine, the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, Southern Comfort, gay foster parents, Jimmy Creech, the Fourth World Conference on Women's Rights in Beijing, and lesbian activism in the Philippines. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is titled "Grocery Store." Bill Coleman, Barbara Garrick, Imani Henry and Jade Esteban Estrada provide historical PSAs throughout the episode, and E. Lynn Harris provides the celebrity ID.

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
54:46 - 56:15: Tracy Chapman, "Talkin Bout a Revolution"

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