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’s GAY USA: 4/27/16
The protests against anti-LGBT laws in North Carolina and Mississippi intensify. President Obama addresses these anti-LGBT laws and we’ll show you his encounter with a non-binary student in Britain. The Republican presidential campaign goes into the toilet. There’s a new national gay historic site in NYC. Do all the women who will be added to U.S. currency have something interesting in common? We’ll appraise the legacy of Prince. One of the leaders of the Bangladeshi gay movement is brutally murdered in his home. Egypt continues its crackdown on gay people. We review the Broadway musicals of AMERICAN PSYCHO and WAITRESS as well as TOAST, part of Brits Off-Broadway.