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Radically Gay: Gay Liberation in the Words of Its Founder

This book is about Harry Hay
Dive into the pivotal moments of the gay liberation movement with "Radically Gay: Gay Liberation in the Words of Its Founder," a profound compilation of writings and speeches by Harry Hay. Published on January 1, 1996, this book captures the essence of Hay's groundbreaking efforts to establish gays and lesbians as a recognized cultural minority. Through an eloquent narrative, readers explore Hay's reflections that span across Marxism, spirituality, art, and politics, providing a multi-dimensional perspective on the struggle for gender equality. Ideal for adult education settings, "Radically Gay" not only chronicles a significant chapter in social justice but also invites readers to contemplate the intersections of identity, community, and activism. Engage with this text and be inspired by the resilience and vision of one of the most influential figures in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights.
Published by Beacon Pr on January 1, 1996
366 pages
ISBN: 9780807070802
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