2018 Icons

  1. Gilbert Baker
  2. Lance Bass
  3. James Beard
  4. Elizabeth Birch
  5. Melvin Boozer
  6. Sandro Botticelli
  7. Richard Burns
  8. Jonathan Capehart
  9. Francisco Cartagena
  10. Debra Chasnoff
  11. Chi Chia-wei
  12. Meg Christian
  13. Ani DiFranco
  14. Gavin Grimm
  15. Sean Hayes
  16. Joyce Hunter
  17. Tab Hunter
  18. Dale Jennings
  19. Roberta Kaplan
  20. Steve Letsike
  21. Saul Levin
  22. Rachel Levine
  23. Tarell Alvin McCraney
  24. Ann Northrop
  25. Adam Rippon
  26. Danica Roem
  27. Michelangelo Signorile
  28. Ethel Smyth
  29. Leo Varadkar
  30. Perry Watkins
  31. Chely Wright

LGBT History Month Store

LGBT History Month 2017 DVD

This compilation DVD includes all 31 LGBT History Month 2017 Icon videos plus the two-and-a-half-minute overview video and Public Service Announcement. It's perfect for your LGBT History Month celebration! Price includes shipping.
Individual Copy: $25.00

Gay Pioneers

Documentary Film

Produced in collaboration with PBS-affiliate WHYY, "Gay Pioneers" is a 30-minute documentary chronicling the first organized gay and lesbian civil rights demonstrations. These "Annual Reminders" took place in front of Independence Hall each Fourth of July from 1965 to 1969, paving the way for the Stonewall Uprising and the New York Pride Parade. www.gaypioneers.com. Price includes shipping. Available in DVD or VHS.
Individual Copy: $25.00

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Institutional / Screening Copy: $100.00

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Saint of 9/11

Documentary Film

"Saint of 9/11" presents the remarkable, inspiring story of Father Mychal Judge—beloved Chaplain of the New York Fire Department, compassionate champion of the needy and forgotten, rousing Irish-American balladeer, iconoclast, pioneering AIDS activist, and the first official victim of 9/11. Narrated by Ian McKellen. www.saintof9-11.com. Format: DVD (Widescreen 16:9 - Dolby Stereo 2.0 and Dolby Digital 5.1 audio options)
Individual Copy: $25.00

Institutional / Screening Copy: $100.00

JIM IN BOLD

Documentary Film

Equality Forum's first feature-length film recounts the story of Jim Wheeler, a gifted teen from rural Pennsylvania who took his own life as a direct result of the homophobia he faced from his peers. Five years later, representatives of Young Gay America conducted a road trip interviewing out gay and lesbian youth in America's heartland, carrying Jim's story with them. This touching and inspirational film has garnered awards at film festivals nationwide. www.jiminbold.com. Price includes shipping.
Individual Copy: $25.00

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Institutional / Screening Copy: $100.00

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