Interview with Gary Dotterman about civil disobedience, 1989 January 22

Title

Interview with Gary Dotterman about civil disobedience, 1989 January 22

Date

1989-01-22

Description

In this recording of Boston's Other Voice, which aired on January 22, 1989, host Peter Stickel talks with Gary Dotterman about civil disobedience. According to Dotterman, being openly LGBTQ is an act of civil disobedience in that homosexuality is not accepted by mainstream society and is against many laws. Dotterman explains that the government does not give people rights, the people have to demand rights. He encourages people to demonstrate where their political leaders can see them, and where they can be heard. Dotterman also gives guidelines on how to effectively demonstrate and commit acts of civil disobedience.

Creator

Boston's Other Voice

Subject

Dotterman, Gary; Civil disobedience; Radio programs; Boston (Mass.); Lesbians; Gay men; Bisexuals; Transgender people

Contributor

Stickel, Peter

Publisher

The History Project: Documenting LGBTQ Boston

Rights

Copyright restrictions may apply. Email info@historyproject.org for more information.

Type

Sound

Format

audio/mp3

Identifier

THP-046-BOV-054_19890122

Duration

28:58

Bit Rate/Frequency

128000

Citation

Boston's Other Voice, “Interview with Gary Dotterman about civil disobedience, 1989 January 22,” Documented | Digital Collections of The History Project, accessed September 22, 2019, https://historyproject.omeka.net/items/show/157.

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