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Society offers archival footage on YouTube

GLBT Historical
Society offers archival footage on YouTube

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society announced the launch of its own YouTube channel Friday. The channel will build a growing archive of historical GLBT video clips that will be accessible to the public. "We are thrilled to dig into the trove of our extensive archive and netcast historic queer video to the world," said GLBT Historical Society executive director Terence Kissack in a statement. The first two features are currently up and running on the channel. One commemorates the 25th anniversary of the public mention of AIDS, while the second video is called Sporting Life: LGBT Athletics and Cultural Change From the 1960s to Today. "These two clips are just the beginning of a project that goes to the heart of the Historical Society's mission to preserve and convey our community's stories in accessible and powerful ways," said Kissack. YouTube is a Web site where individuals and groups can share, view, and comment on videos. You can view the GLBT Historical Society videos by visiting YouTube.com and typing "The GLBT Historical Society" in the site's search engine. (The Advocate)

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