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Out In San Diego: Metropolitan Community Church San Diego

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Description: Out in San Diego (OISD) was an LGBT radio program that aired on KPBS in the mid-1980s. Producers included Rick Moore and Jeri Dilno, both active participants in the San Diego LGBT movement and local political organizations. This reel includes a show spotlight the Metropolitan Community Church of San Diego. MCC was founded in 1968, the first church group with a primary, positive focus on serving the faithful in the LGBT community. San Diego’s chapter was founded early in the church’s history, in 1970.

Out in San Diego #10: May 24, 1984

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Note: Program begins at 00:00:50 after test tone.

Series Title : Out in San Diego

Description: Out in San Diego (OISD) was an LGBT radio program that aired on KPBS in the mid-1980s. Producers included Rick Moore and Jeri Dilno, both active participants in the San Diego LGBT movement and local political organizations.

Date: 1984-05-24

San Diego Pride 2001

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Description: Highlights of San Diego LGBTQ Pride Parade, Rally and Festival

Additional Description: Highlights of San Diego Pride Parade, Festival and Rally for 2001

Date: 2001-07

San Diego Democratic Club 25th Anniversary Speech: Bob Lynn

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Description: The San Diego Democratic Club (now San Diego Democrats for Equality) was founded in 1975, one of the earliest LGBT organizations in the area. It was one of very few political and social outlets for the community at the time, with many meetings held in secret due to members’ fears of being outed in public. The club has grown to be very active in regional and statewide political activities, and their endorsement is highly sought by political candidates in San Diego. This tape has a speech by the club’s founder, Bob Lynn. It has been selected for its content as well as the fragile nature of the media.

Date: 2000

San Diego Democratic Club 25th Anniversary Speech: Gloria Johnson

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Description: The San Diego Democratic Club (now San Diego Democrats for Equality) was founded in 1975, one of the earliest LGBT organizations in the area. It was one of very few political and social outlets for the community at the time, with many meetings held in secret due to members’ fears of being outed in public. The club has grown to be very active in regional and statewide political activities, and their endorsement is highly sought by political candidates in San Diego. This tape has a speech by one of the club’s former presidents, Gloria Johnson, who was deeply involved in local activism till her death in 2013.

Date: 2000