Something to shout about

Strayhorne, Charlotte
July 2006
Echo Magazine;7/13/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 22, p32
Presents the author's opinion on GLBT activism in the U.S. Discussion on the social objective and mission of GLBT activists; Overview of the relevant issues being depicted by various GLBT television programs in the country; Political action and participation of the community on GLBT rights .


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