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In The Life

Orgullo Latino (#2109)

Latinos are the fastest growing minority in the country. With growing political strength, buying power and cultural influence, Latinos are changing the landscape of the nation and forging a new American reality. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Latinos are no exception.

IN THE LIFE explores the complexity of the Latino experience in the United States with a look at gay and lesbian Latinos who are stepping up to create change, shatter stereotypes and become leaders within their communities. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.

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Series Description: Produced by In The Life Media, IN THE LIFE is the longest running television show documenting the gay experience. IN THE LIFE is a three-time Emmy Award nominee, a Lambda Legal Liberty Award honoree, and the recipient of the Courage Award from the New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project, the Seigenthaler Award from the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association for "excellence in network television," and a GLAAD Media Award for "Outstanding TV Journalism-Newsmagazine" (2009).

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  • American As Apple Pie (#705)

    For this second annual OAmerican as Apple Pie episode, IN THE LIFE looks at gay participation in some of the most conservative social institutions in American society. Some of the stories will include: Politics: In this segment, we will map a shifting focus in the gay civil rights movement, while illustrating how far the gay community has come in the eyes of the law and how far there is to go. Family: Meet Gair Bridges and Ron Travis, a gay couple from Eldora, Iowa, who received that cityOs 1996 Foster Parents of the Year award for their commitment to eighteen children theyOve cared for and loved over the years. A Day in the Life of Virginia Apuzzo: For thirty years Ms. Apuzzo hasbeen one of the gay rights movementOs most visible activists, and now as Assistant to the President for Management and Administration, she is the highest ranking openly gay official to serve in the federal government. Entertainment: A profile of Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, creators of the independent production company, World of Wonder. This media savvy team has a knack for turning gay alternative images and artists into mainstream phenomenons. Religion: This story will track several religions in their efforts toaffirm or deny their congregations gay and lesbian members. Awards: This segment takes a look at how gay not for profit organizations have taken the tradition of award programs and made it their own. [58 minutes]

  • American As Apple Pie (#805)

    IN THE LIFE, the only nationally broadcast series to present the art, culture, issues and news of the gay and lesbian community, continues to provide public television viewers with a clear, non-sensational look at what it means to be gay or lesbian in America today. The six one-hour newmagazine programs, taped on location across the country and hosted by Katherine Linton, serve a broad audience of gay and straight viewers. Focusing on heightening understanding of gay and lesbian life through intelligent and entertaining segments, the series has been praised by the Chicago Tribune as a "professional newsmagazine, which only brings its subject matter into sharper relief." The National Catholic Reporter says IN THE LIFE, "deals with substantive issues in a crisp, courageous way," and the Tampa Tribune says, "professional production values and clear reporting." "Evenhanded and illuminating . . . as important by its presence as by what it presents," says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Covering a wide range of topics and individuals, IN THE LIFE has featured reports on hay teen suicide, gay foster parents, the AIDS Memorial Quilt, gay affirming churches, as well the latest films and plays with gay and lesbian subjects to come to America's movie screens and regional theaters. [56 minutes]

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