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A proud odyssey 2001

Item is a videocassette containing Shaw TVs coverage of the 2001 Pride Parade. Hosts are Michelle Simick, Carlotta Gurl and Doug Austin. Pride Parade participants include Dykes on Bikes, Knights of Malta, Vancouver Pride Society, Thea Gill, Chief Constable's Diversity Advisory Committee, Mayor Phillip Owen, Strathcona Community Centre, Out in Surrey, Theatre Cares, Arts Club Theatre, Pacific Canadian Association of Nudists, Virgin Megastore, Wett Bar, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, A Loving Spoonful, Hedy Fry, Family Pride, Primetimers Vancouver, Vancouver Burrard Constituency Office, Linda Reid, Christy Clark, Lorne Mayencourt, Little Sisters Bookstore, Menopausal Bitches, The Rainbow Concert Band, Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society, West End Slo-pitch Association, Co-op Radio, BC Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf, Interactive Male UC Media Inc., Moon Bean's, Egale Canada, Gordon Neighbourhood House, Joe's Grill, Bay Area Bisexual Network, Royal Hotel, Out on Screen, Healing Our Spirit BC, Pacific Sun Co., Dignity Vancouver, Integrity Vancouver, Christ Alive Metropolitan Church of Vancouver, Vancouver Fringe Festival, Dufferin Hotel, Gay and Lesbian Business Association of Vancouver, Gay and Lesbian Food Bank Society, Dr. Peter Centre, Youthquest, Somos, BCPWA, Elbow Room Cafe, Gone Rubbish Removal, The Pumpjack Pub, North Okanagan Gay and Lesbian Organization, Hominum, Gay Fathers Association of Seattle, Mulit Union Pride Committee, Rainy City Men's Chorus, Christ Church Cathedral, West End Farmers Market, The Centre, The 411 Seniors Centre Society, Denman Fitness, Kookoo Design, Green Party, Gay Vancouver Bowling League, Spartacus Athletic Club, English Bay Swim Club, Denny's, Vancouver Men's Chorus, Westender, Number's Cabaret, Heritage Vancouver, AIDS Vancouver, National Gay Pilots Association, The House of Venus, First United Church, Musaic Marching Kazoo Band, Miss Gay Vancouver Michelle Dorial, Mardi Gras Canada, Alberta Rockies Gay Rodeo Association, Xtra West, Pacific Rim Curling League, Festival of the Babes, The Fountainhead Pub, The Lotus Hotel, Developmental Disabilities Association, Vancouver Island Brewery, World Gym Fitness Centre, Mister BC Leather, B.C. Bears Society, The Cutting Edges Gay Hockey Club, Odyssey Nightclub, Dogwood Monarchist Society, Squares Across the Border, TBB Productions, Diesel Jeans. Footage includes commercials.

Arts Edge : World AIDS Day 1993

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of Arts Edge hosted by Ara Parker. At the Art Council of Vancouver on Davie Street. This episode was created in honour of World AIDS Day and celebrates gay artists and their work addressing sexuality and AIDS. The program includes two feature documentaries. "It Will Not Last the Night: The Theatre of Larry Lillo", a Point of View Film Production runs from 13:20 to 01:13:22. "Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane and Company", an Antelope West Production for BBC Television runs from 01:19:46 until 02:19:12. The program also contains interviews with Queer City Co-curators Paul Lang, Daniel Collins and Nhan Duc; Ingrid Alderson; Roxanne Cave; Joe Average; and Vancouver Men's Chorus members Scott Lewis and Willi Zwozdesky (Conductor).

Bellingham's Coronation Ball 1997

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of Bellingham's sixteenth Coronation Ball, 'Coronation 1997: Fashion Victims'.

Contents index:
(00:30) Betty Desire - Canadian and US National Anthems
(03:40) MCs Dusty Ryane and Vanessa Vale Lake - intros
(07:00) Al Houston (Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society) - song
(12:10) Leather Parade
(15:20) Introduction of videographer Jim de Young
(19:55) Robert Surreal - song
(25:25) Vanessa Vale Lake - song
(33:00) Rick Desire - song
(39:40) Lila - song
(47:00) Brentwood Slide - song
(54:30) Iwanna Slide - song
(1:00:00) Introductions of guest courts
(1:10:30) Peter Storm - song
(1:13:30) Tina Rocker - song
(1:19:50) Roxanne, [Karma St. James], and [?] - song
(1:30:00) Sable Lake - intro
(1:30:40) Mandy Kamp - intro
(1:32:30) Pearl - intro
(1:32:45) Rochelle - intro
(1:33:00) Dusty Ryane - intro
(1:33:10) Mama Karen Vander Vogue- intro
(1:33:33) Diana Rose - intro
(1:33:55) Crema - intro
(1:34:15) Judy Jive Vander Vogue - intro
(1:35:40) Court of Denver Colorado - intro
(1:44:20) Gretchen [Von Grouse] - song
(1:49:50) Dusty Ryane - song
(1:59:45) Pearl -song
(2:07:45) [Geisha Star?]
(2:10:20) Court of Washington State - intros
(2:22:15) Court of Tacoma - song
(2:30:00) Celita Slide - song
(2:41:30) [JC] Superstar - song
(2:45:00) Kahlua Ice - song
(3:00:00) Brentwood Slide - song
(3:09:30) Iwanna Slide - song
(3:30:00) Crowning of Lila and Rick Desire as Empress and Emperor

Bellingham's In/Out of Town Show at Rumours

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the In/Out of Town Show at Rumours Nightclub in Bellingham, Washington.

Contents index:
(00:00) Sable Lake and Sandy [Man] - MCs
(01:15) Miss Annie - song
(08:30) Betty Desire - song
(13:30) Serena Starr - song
(17:30) Pearl D'Abolonia - song
(23:00) Grace - song
(28:00) Al Houston (Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society) - song
(32:05) Miss Kitty - song
(35:05) Peter Storm - song
(38:45) Ivana - song
(47:30) Rick Desire - song
(52:20) Sable Lake - song
(57:45) Mike Ice - song

Blending Milk and Water : Sex in the New World

Item is a videocassette containing a video work by Paul Wong entitled "Blending Milk and Water: Sex in the New World". The film contains interviews with twenty-two people speaking about their relationships and experiences with sex and sexuality. The video contains talking head interviews with text and images overlaid. Some of the text and interviews are in Chinese.

Breaking of the Bannock - GVNCS '95

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the event 'Breaking of the Bannock - GVNCS '95' at the Dufferin Hotel, sponsored by the Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society.

Contents index:
(00) Josie Mae (MC) introduces BeBe Bear (Maquinna), White Fox 2 Princess Connie and Sarah Blanket
(3:50) BeBe Bear - song
(8:35) Iris - song
(14:00) Wanda Fuca - song
(19:00) Ivan Le Fleur - song
(23:50) Ms. Adrian - song
(27:05) Sarah Blanket - song
(31:45) Connie - song
(36:00) Kaydee [K.D.] - song
(39:35) Slowly But Shirley - song
(43:45) John Taylor - song
(48:00) Dana Lee Phillips - song
(51:35) Ms. Adrian - song
(57:00) Ruby Stone - song
(1:01:25) Josie Mae - song
(1:11:50) Breaking of the Bannock with other Vancouver societies, title holders and the audience
(1:16:10) Sumi Sashay - song
(1:20:20) Al Houston - song
(1:26:00) Chris Sands announces Names Quilt exhibit at Native Cultural Centre
(1:28:20) Latoya - song
(1:34:30) Byron Longclaws - song
(1:39:10) Kristy Krunt - song
(1:42:40) Diana Rose - song
(1:47:20) Glen (Mr. Gay Vanc.) - song
(1:54:10) Tara Nova - song
(1:59:55) Hot Rod - song
(2:01:45) Holly Bear - song
(2:06:55) Brodie Vickers - song (cut off)

Brown Bagger : Alcock, Stuart : gay rights in BC

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Stuart Alcock. Description on tape case: "Part of the Fall 1984 Solidarity Coalition's People's Commission on Economic and Social Alternatives; The information on this reel correlates with the information on reel 69 - Cameron, Peter - Health Care in BC; Stuart Alcock spoke at the Solidarity People's Commission about issues affecting gay men in B.C."

Brown Bagger : Wolverton, T. : in violet ink - writing by gays and lesbians

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring Terry Wolverton and literature from members of the L.A. LGBTQ2+ community. Description on tape case: "Literary special featuring new poetry and short stories by 17 Los Angeles gay and lesbian writers. They discuss the creation and maintenance of gay and lesbian culture in a climate of increasing censorship of 'homoerotic' art, what it takes to nurture gay and lesbian writers, and why they write."

Bruce's [Campaign] for King of Hearts Show

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of 'Bruce's Campaign for King of Hearts Show' at the Dufferin Hotel, sponsored by the Dogwood Monarchist Society.

Contents index:
(00:00) Ms.. Adrian - MC
(1:38) Holly Bear (GVNCS) - song
(5:30) Byron Longclaws (GVNCS) - song
(10:35) John Taylor - song
(15:10) Paige Turner - song
(19:25) Beverley X - song
(23:30) Wes - song
(29:20) Bennett Williams - song
(33:50) Carlotta Gurl and Wanda Wacko - duet
(39:00) Velveeta - song
(44:50) Andrew and Paige Turner - duet
(49:00) Celestine the Prophecy - song
(51:30) Al Houston (GVNCS) - song
(55:00) Kat, Mistress of the Dark (GVNCS) - song
(59:35) Paige Turner - song
(1:05:15) Iris (GVNCS) - song
(1:10:15) Ms.. Adrian - song
(1:15:20) Bruce - speech

(1:38) Holly Bear (GVNCS) - song
(5:30) Byron Longc

Celebration 90 Vancouver B.C.

Item is a videocassette containing a number of recordings relating to Celebration '90, including footage of the opening and closing ceremonies.

Celebration 90 Vancouver B.C. : [part 1 of 4]

Item part is part 1 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). The program opens with clips of CBC, CTV, and other news reports which touch on the backlash of Christian fundamentalists, their opposition to Gay Games III being held in Vancouver, and a controversial ad ran by a fundamentalist pastor in the Vancouver Sun; the news clips also contain comments from Celebration '90 Director Richard Dopson and Alderman Gordon Price. The recording then continues with live footage of fireworks, presumably those of the opening ceremonies of Celebration '90, followed by live footage of the opening ceremonies in B.C. Place stadium, including performances by Lesbian and Gay Bands of America, a welcome from committee chairs, staff, and the Board of Directors; the rainbow flag flown by Brent Nicholson Earle, and the parade of athetes.

Celebration 90 Vancouver B.C. : [part 2 of 4]

Item part is part 2 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). Part 2 opens with live footage of the opening ceremonies of Celebration '90 in B.C. Place stadium, continuing the parade of athletes from where part 1 ended, followed by the singing of the national anthem by the Vancouver Chorus; remarks from Master of Ceremonies Robin Tyler and political and sports representatives. Also included are performances by the Vancouver Chorus and Celebration '90 Festival Chorus, followed with the lighting of the torch to officially open the Games and Cultural Festival. Part 2 ends with a clip of a news report covering the events and speakers opening of the Games, as well as those protesting outside B.C. Place stadium.

Celebration 90 Vancouver B.C. : [part 3 of 4]

Item part is part 3 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). Part 3 opens with clips of news reports covering the opening of Celebration '90 and the Gay Pride Parade which was held in conjunction with Celebration '90, followed by live footage of the crowd outside of the closing ceremonies at B.C. Place stadium on August 11th, 1990. The program then continues with live footage of the closing ceremony proceedings, including remarks from MP Kim Campbell, performances by the Lesbian and Gay Bands of America and the Bay Area Raw Rahs cheerleaders, the parade of champions, remarks by Master of Ceremonies Robin Tyler, performances by the Celebration '90 Festival Chorus of "Esperanto" and "Never Turning Back," and presentation of the Tom Waddell Cup.

Celebration 90 Vancouver B.C. : [part 4 of 4]

Item part is part 4 (of 4) of a compilation of clips about Celebration '90 and live footage captured by David L. E. Miles during the opening and closing ceremonies of Celebration '90 in Vancouver (B.C.). Part 4 opens with live footage of the closing ceremonies of Celebration '90, continuing from where part 3 left off, including footage of a musical performance by Long John Baldry, closing remarks and thanks from Celebration '90 Executive Director Mark Mees, the passing of the Gay Games flag by Federation of Gay Games representative Rick Peterson and the official announcement of Gay Games IV (1994) in New York (N.Y.), a musical performance by The Nylons, and the closing Carnival! parade. The recording closes with live footage of the crowds departing from B.C. Place stadium after the closing ceremonies, followed by clips of news reports on the closing of Celebration '90, including comments fron Celebration '90 Director Richard Dopson.

Coming out' interviews

Item is an audio reel containing interviews with people sharing their stories of coming out. The episode also contains poetry and music.

Community Forum on Safety

Item is an audiocassette containing a recording of a panel discussion and community forum on safety and hate motivated violence following the murder of Aaron Webster. Panelists include Constable Steve [?], Inspector Dave Jones, Barbara Findlay, Donna Wilson and Jim Deva. The discussion is followed by questions and comments from audience members including Robert Kaiser (Joan-E), Carl. Tim [McClout], Paul [Traik], Pat Tucker, Richard Bell, Michael Cowan, Chief Constable Terry Blythe, Ally [Grant], and Joe Ramirez.

Community Radio Education Society : perspectives on development

Item is an audio cassette containing two episodes from the series Perspectives on Development produced and distributed by the Community Radio Education Society in conjunction with Vancouver Co-op Radio and Sound Options for Youth, a youth of colour radio production group. Side A contains an episode entitled 'Is it Possible - Lesbian and Gay Rights'. Side B contains an episode entitled 'Rebuilding Civil Society'.

Coronation '96 : Virtual Reality : Meeting the Unknown

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of 'Virtual Reality: Meeting the Unknown', the 1996 Dogwood Monarchist Society Coronation Ball.

Contents index:
(00:00) ted northe and Charity - Set 1 Emcees
(01:50) Knights of Malta flag presentation
(02:30) Vancouver Men's Chorus - national anthem
(07:40) Dogwood Court introduced
(13:45) Doug Hall - song
(25:50) Missy [LaMoo] - Saskatchewan court - song
(34:45) GVNCS [Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society]
(49:00) Glenn and Diana Rose - song
(53:35) Jim Stevenson, NDP candidate - speech
(57:30) Vancouver Leather Alliance
(59:05) Wanda Fuca - song
(1:17:40) Donni Hamilton - song
(1:21:40) JD Rene - song
(1:30:10) Mama Karen and [Marilyn Oh] - Set 2 Emcees
(1:34:05) ted northe - song
(1:52:15) Edmonton, Alberta - song/dance
(2:09:00) Christopher Peterson - song
(2:19:20) The Widow Lennie - song
(2:24:00) Judy Jive - song
(2:28:00) Beverley Lake - song
(2:33:45) [Coco] Empress of Olympia - song
(2:46:50) Empress II and Jackie from Reno - Set 3 Emcees
(2:49:40) Charity St. Peters - song
(2:54:45) Myria Le Noir - song
(3:16:20) San Francisco, Mary [Tie Me] Moore - song
(3:36:) [Silky Smooth] - song
(3:43:20) Empress Washington - song
(3:59:45) Maria - song
(4:04:50) Crema - song
(4:13:00) Judy Jive - song
(4:21:10) Doug Hall - announces awards
(4:39:00) Gordon Newman- Set 4 Emcee
(4:39:40) Doug Hall De Vander Vogue - song
(4:42:40) Darshun Hall - song
(4:49:25) Tara Nova - song
(4:57:40) Jack [Rockenfella], Court of Everett, Washington - song
(5:02:25) Justine - song
(5:08:40) Poly Ester - song
(5:14:00) Justine Tyme - song
(5:25:40) Doug Hall De Vander Vogue - song
(5:50:50) Crowning of Crema and Judy Jive

(01:50) Knights of Malta flag presentation
(02:3

Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 [tape 1 of 2]

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the first half of the Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 hosted by Bill Monroe from the Key Theatre on December 1st, 1994. The recording begins with a title and credits and was presented by Shaw Cable 11. Performers include the K.C. Singers, Valdy, Shari Ulrich, Marcus Mosely, Denis Simpson and Sibel Thrasher. Speaker include Reverend Neil Gray, Leila Cooper-Heck and Svend Robinson. The video also contains footage showing Rene Newhouse interviewing Valdy and Mike Patterson at the reception.

Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 [tape 2 of 2]

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the second half of the Cranbrook AIDS Benefit '94 hosted by Bill Monroe from the Key Theatre on December 1st, 1994. The recording was presented by Shaw Cable 11. Performers and speakers include Marcus Mosely, Denis Simpson, Sibel Thrasher, The Sibelettes [Barbara, Tina and Linda], Alex Keating, Brent Carver, Rene Newhouse, and Mike Patterson. The video also contains footage showing guests mingling at the reception and Rene Newhouse interviewing Bill Monroe and Leila Cooper-Heck.

DMS [Dogwood Monarchist Society] Coronation Ball

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of 'Masquerade : The Faces Behind the Mask', the 2008 Dogwood Monarchist Society Coronation Ball at the Vancouver Masonic Hall. Audio cuts in and out throughout recording.

Contents index:
(00:40) Knights of Malta
(06:05) Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society
(09:50) Emcees of Act One: Empress of Calgary - Dion, and Empress of San Diego - Lala
(11:45) Emperor Glen Anderson and Empress Imelda Mae Santos
Empress of Canada - Ted North
(32:30) [Jerene Jefferies] - Empress of Hawaii - song
(39:20) Janine Fuller (Little Sister's Bookstore)
(39:50) Phillip Dawson, Richard Harrison, Jim DeYoung, Paige Turner, Larry Gordon (British Columbia Person's With AIDS Society)
(42:25) Jeffery Bear, Sarah Blankets, Byron Longclaw, Super Hazel DePontiac, John Taylor. Jaylene, Vince Rex, Al Houston (Greater Vancouver Native Cultural Society)
(43:25) Princess 18, BeBe Bear - song
(50:20) Maximus (Entertainer of the Year) - song
(55:10) Miss Kiwi Stevens - song
(59:00) Miss Adrian Ryan Jive - song
(1:05:50) Mandy Kamp - song
(1:13:30) Imelda Mae Santos and Glen Anderson - song
(1:16:10) Glen Anderson - song
(1:17:20) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(1:37:00) Robyn Graves - song
(1:54:15) [DJ Lather] (King of Hearts) - song
(2:27:20) Hedy Fry
(2:36:30) 3rd Empress of Victoria/2nd Empress of Vancouver Mara Regina Lee - song
(2:47:20) Alexa Manilla - song
(2:53:50) Dinah Myte - song
(3:00:55) Donna Creation - monologue
(3:06:50) ted northe - song
(3:15:30) Jaylene - song
(3:21:45) Nina Maxwell - song
(3:29:10) Mayor of Vancouver - Sam Sullivan
(3:33:40) Star 69 - song
(3:40:25) [Miss M] - song
(3:47:35) Lala - song
(3:52:40) Estie Louder - song
(3:56:45) Carlotta Gurl - song
(4:03:40) Glen Anderson - song
(4:15:20) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(4:46:00) Crowning of Robyn Graves

Dealing of the Deck

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of 'Dealing of the Deck' at Celebrities Nightclub. The theme was 'house of cards' and the event was sponsored by the Dogwood Monarchist Society.

Contents index:
(2:15) Holly Bear (GVNCS) - song
(10:10) Byron Longclaws (GVNCS) - song
(15:00) BeBe (GVNCS) - song
(19:35) Darcy Dark - song
(23:15) Milan - song
(28:00) Tara Nova - song
(33:05) [Rory] Gordon - song
(39:10) Cheryl - song
(43:30) Jackie Valdez - song
(48:30) Paige Turner - song
(53:05) Moka Cream -song
(57:10) Claudia - song
(1:08:30) Myria Le Noir - MC
(1:09:20) Ms. Adrian, Sister C, D & R Clothing - dance routine and fashion show
(1:15:15) Poly Ester - song
(1:20:15) Ruby Stone - song
(1:25:35) Glenn and Diana Rose - song
(1:34:15) Imelda Mae Santos - song
(1:39:20) Wanda Wacko - song
(1:47:50) Myria Le Noir - song
(1:53:30) Judy Jive - song
(2:00:20) Richard [Boulier] - song
(2:05:25) Sumi Sashay

Emperor's 1995 Turnabout

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the 'In Town Show' sponsored by the Dogwood Monarchist Society at the Dufferin Hotel.
Part one of the show appears to be missing/not recorded and the tape ends abruptly after 20 minutes.

Contents index:
(0:00) Claudia - song
(3:20) Tiffany - song
(5:50) Sumi Sashay - song
(10:40) Kristy Krunt - live song (about Venus de Mylar)
(14:20) Darshun Hall and Tara Nova - song

Emperor's Charity Dinner/Number's Show

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the Emperor's Dinner, sponsored by the Dogwood Monarchist Society at Doll and Penny's Cafe. The event was a fundraiser for the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation. After the dinner, the audience and performers moved to Numbers Cabaret.

Contents index:
Doll and Penny's Cafe -
(00:00) Interior of Doll and Penny's Cafe
(05:00) Head table introduced
(06:30) Ms. Adrian (MC) - song

(10:15) Venus de Mylar - song
(15:45) Beverley X - song
(18:00) Dana Lee Phillips - song
(21:05) Tara Nova - song
(26:55) Millie - song
(32:15) Diana Rose - song
(38:10) Wanda Fuca - song
(44:10) Doug Hall

Numbers Cabaret -
(58:05) Myria - song
(1:00:30) Millie - song
(1:03:40) Beverley X - song
(1:06:20) Venus de Mylar - song
(1:12:05) Ineda Drink - song
(1:17:25) Rebecca - song
(1:21:25) Wanda Fuca - song
(1:25:10) Paige Turner - song
(1:29:10) Judy Jive - song
(1:33:20) Tara Nova - song
(1:39:05) Diana Rose - song
(1:46:00) Doug Hall - song

Faces : GLBT in Vancouver

Item is a videocassette containing a documentary entitled 'Faces: GLBT in Vancouver.' The documentary traces the history of LGBTQ life in Vancouver and shows demonstrations, businesses, legal frameworks, community leaders, night life, AIDS/HIV, activism, neighbourhoods and celebrations. The video contains interviews and archival footage of Bill Richardson, Margo Dunn, Ellen Woodsworth, Esther Phillips, Jamie Lee Hamilton, Rob Joyce, Don Hann, Maurice Flood, Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Sarah Davidson, Mary-Woo Sims, Heather Kitching, Jim Deva, Svend Robinson, Tim Stevenson, Ted Northe, Gordon Price, Janine Fuller, Gareth Kirby, Angus Praught, Dennis Dahl, Garry Penny, Jane Rule, Nym Hughes, Libby Davies. The archival footage in the film was provided by the CBC. The documentary was produced, directed and edited by Thomas Donovan.

Gay Games II closing ceremonies

Item is a recording of a segment of the closing ceremonies of Gay Games II, "Triumph," at the Kezar Stadium in San Francisco. In this segment, Gay Games Founder and representative of the Federation of Gay Games' Site Selection Committee, Dr. Tom Waddell, announces that Gay Games III (1990) has been awarded to Vancouver, British Columbia, and Richard Dopson makes remarks of welcome and thanks.

Gay Pride Parade 1997

Item is a videocassette containing clips from the Rogers Community Television coverage of the 1997 Vancouver Pride Parade interspersed with additional footage (most likely recorded by Jim DeYoung/Amazing Video Productions) of both the parade and the Gay Pride Sports Picnic. The hosts of the Rogers Community Television program are Sister C, Russel Baskin and Doug Austin. Other individuals featured include Svend Robinson, Hedy Fry, Tim Stevenson, Bruce Chambers, Philip Owen, and Ujjal Dosanjh. Parade participants are shown, organizations and individuals including: PFLAG, Vancouver Lesbian Connection, Prime Timers, Vancouver Men's Chorus, BC Persons With AIDS, AIDS Vancouver, Joan E, Odyssey Nightclub, BC Government and Service Employees Union, Royal Hotel (Sam Castlanger), A Loving Spoonful, Doll and Penny's Cafe, Westender, Buddhist Pride, Co-op Radio Lesbian Show, Out on Screen and the Vancouver Gay and Lesbian Choir.

Gay Spirit

Part is a recording showing the documentary 'Gay Spirit' by Barbara Anderson and Brad Newcombe. The documentary explores experiences and expressions of religion and impacts on the LGBTQ2+ community and includes interviews with the following people: Dr. Martin Brokenleg, Brent, Naomi, Hussein, Chris, Bridget, Rick, Father William Mendenhall, Rabai Ken Kaufman, Frank McMillar, and al-Qamar.

Gay Spirit in the Family

Item is a videocassette containing the documentary "Gay Spirit in the Family" by Barbara Anderson and Brad Newcombe. The film is narrated by Helen Shaver and aired on VTV (Vancouver Television). The documentary explores various ideas about family structures and interviews individuals about their families and beliefs around parenting including members of the Coalition for the Protection of Parental Rights. The video contains interviews with Dr. Arlene McLaren, Keith G., Gary, June, Susan, Lindsay, Fatma Taha, Erma Victorisz, Sylvia Murray, Jan, Grant Gobman, Art Zoccole, Surrinder Varpaul, Donna Wilson, Laura M., James, Keith S. and Jules. The recording includes commercial breaks and ends abruptly during one of the interviews.

Goldsmith, [Penny] : gender bias

item is an audio cassette containing speakers from [GALLA] (Gay and Lesbian Law Association of the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia).

Goldsmith, [Penny] : gender bias [side A]

  • AM1549-S01-: 2009-116.0871-: 2009-116.0871.1
  • Part
  • Jan. 18, 1992
  • Part of Co-op Radio fonds

Part is an audio recording containing a talk by an unidentified speaker and from a speaker representing [GALLA] (Gay and Lesbian Law Association of the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia).

Goldsmith, [Penny] : gender bias [side B]

  • AM1549-S01-: 2009-116.0871-: 2009-116.0871.2
  • Part
  • Jan. 18, 1992
  • Part of Co-op Radio fonds

Part is an audio recording containing talks by Penny Goldsmith on behalf of the Lesbian Working Group, Diana Smith from the Gay and Lesbian Spousal Benefits Committee, and Victoria Grey on behalf of West Coast Leaf.

Homo for the holidays III : Christmas in the tropics

Item is a videocassette containing a recording of the Rainy City Gay Men's Chorus production of Christmas in the Tropics. Video opens with a title card with the text "Amazing Video Productions, Vancouver, B.C., and Jim DeYoung wish to thank Heather Harding and the Rainy City Gay Men's Chorus for the opportunity to video and present this to show you all." The video then pans over the event poster before the recording of the show begins. The show also includes songs performed by the Vancouver Women's Chorus.

Inside Boystown

Item is a videocassette containing a documentary entitled 'Inside Boystown'. The documentary was presented by Poignant Productions and made by Louise Walker. The films presents interviews with male sex workers in Vancouver who work on 'the stroll' (Homer Street between Drake and Davie), as well as interviews with health care workers and social workers.

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