Impact Stories began interviews in April 2008. Below are the initial interview participants.
The interviews have not yet been posted.
Dr. Marsha Epstein:
Physician, Berkeley Women's Health Collective Berkeley, CA
Founding Physician, Herself Feminist Women's Health Center, Los Angeles, CA
Writer, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, Film Critic, Hollywood, CA
Actor, Hollywood, CA, Founder, Gay Actors Rap, Los Angeles, CA
Maria Dolores Diaz:
Activist, Chicano Rights Movement, Los Angeles, CA
Anti-Racisim Workshop Leader, Califia Community, Southern California
Chemical Dependency Counselor, Helped integrate the Bimini Baths
UCLA Law School grad, worked in the LA Public Defenders
office starting in the mid 1970's when lots of arrests of LGBT people were still occurring.
Founder, First National Organization for Women Chapter, New York, NY
Los Angeles LGBT Rights Pioneer
Barber of East LA, Los Angeles, CA
Arrested many times by the LAPD for 'Masquerading.' Sometimes not 'booked in' by the LAPD so friends and family could not find her for days or weeks.
President, Southern California Women for Understanding (SCWU) Los Angeles, CA
Volunteer, ACLU Gay Rights Chapter, Los Angeles, CA
Artist, Los Angeles, CA
Friend of Morris Kight. Early volunteer, Gay Community Services Center, Los Angeles, CA
Founder Metropolitan Community Church, early Los Angeles LGBT rights pioneer.