GAY USA: TV’s Weekly LGBT News Hour

Ann Northrop and Andy Humm report and analyze the week’s stories on the LGBT activist movement, politics and government, legal cases, AIDS and community health, and entertainment. We also interview timely newsmakers. GAY USA has been telecast continuously since 1985.

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This Week on Gay USA 1/17/18:

∎ Dr. Mathilde Krim, a giant in the fight against AIDS, has died at 91.

∎ Women’s Marches against Trump across the country this weekend.

∎ Big win for transgender student Ash Whitaker in Wisconsin.

∎ In Lake Forest, CA, young gay man viciously murdered by former classmate.

∎ In Brooklyn, a lesbian raped 24 years ago gets some justice.

∎ Review of “Fellow Travelers,” a timely opera about McCarthy Era witch hunts of gay people.


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