TV Montrose, Episode 2, March 9, 1998
- Main contributors
Baker, Steve; TriAngle Video Productions
Menil Collection Bill Thompson guides hosts Suzanne Anderson and Kim Sevier through the museum's collections and Rauschenberg exhibit. Human Rights Campaign Annual Winter Gala; humorous investigative report from Woodrow Wilson Elementary School playground about residents not cleaning up after their dogs. Report from City Hall about Mayor Lee Brown's recently signed executive order to protect city employees from discrimination based on sexual identity, includes testimony from citizens and a brief interview with Annise Parker. Bridget Holmes reports from Stone Soup Food Assistance Program, part of AIDS Foundation Houston. Francisco Sanchez interview with Annise Parker, city council member at large. Additional keywords: Suzanne Anderson, Kim Sevier, Bill Thompson, Fred Walters Jr., Donna Red Wing, Shana Ross, Mary Fisher, David Zepatowski, Leana Colmenares, Sheila Jackson Lee, Andres Pereria, Jim Owens, Barbara Winston, Michael Joswick, Sue Null, Scott Harbors, Annise Parker, Bridget Holmes, Gary Greeg.
LGBTQ community; LGBTQ people; Art museums
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Digitization and access for this item is made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Preservation and Access, Humanities Collections and Reference Resources Program (2020).
University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
LGBT Research Collection
TV Montrose Recordings
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Preservation Location: ark:/84475/pm0682k7237
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