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Identity Checks Mixtape
Filmmaker Andrew Ahn cast his own family in this short about a gay Korean man attending his nephew’s first birthday party.
It’s a typical day for the mobbed-up guys on the block—just with a whole different set of guys.
These C*cksucking Tears
The first openly gay country band disappeared after one 1973 album. It wasn’t until the internet arrived that Lavender Countr…
Blue Line 974.62
Question: Why would someone drive their own stolen car to a police station? Answer: An everyday injustice.
Red Lines 975.27
The woman featured in one of the most iconic protest images of the 20th century didn’t end up staring down a bayonet by accid…
Nominated for an Academy Award®, this devastating short film tells the story of the country’s oldest interracial newlyweds. Edith and Eddie are deeply in love, but that’s not where the story ends.
5 Parts | 12 min This series features distinct perspectives on, pathways to, and experiences of homelessness. The 2015 interviews were conducted while each subject was having a portrait painted or drawn, as part of a project called Face New York. https://www.bowery.org/donate/
The Loving Generation
4 Parts | 41 min The 1967 Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia overturned all laws forbidding interracial marriage. The Loving Generation tells the story of how a generation of Americans born to one black and one white parent experience race and identity in a divided United States.
The Forgotten Zine of 1960s Asian-American Radicals
In the late ‘60s, California university campuses were teeming with new ideas. This group of UCLA students put them in a magazine called Gidra.