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Preservation funded by the Bay Area Video Coalition's 2007 MediaMaker Award

Legacies from the One National Gay & Lesbian Archives

Legacies from the One National Gay & Lesbian Archives
April 19, 2009 - 7:00 pm
Don Kilhefner, Lillian Faderman, Malcolm Boyd, Mark Thompson, Joseph Hawkins.

The ONE Archives began in 1942 when writer-activist Jim Kepner created a private collection of gay-related materials in New York. The ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives now thrives as the world's largest research library on LGBT heritage and concerns. In early 2007, ONE deposited its collection of rare film and videotape with the Outfest Legacy Project at UCLA. This evening's program presents highlights from a portion of that collection, in conjunction with a discussion hosted by Joseph Hawkins, president of ONE Archive's board of directors, about ONE's crucial role in preserving LGBT history.

35mm, 16mm and video, approx. 120 min.