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Jonathan was born in a small farming town in Maryland. He talks about racism, segregation and the homophobic climate that prevailed in his hometown, and how that informed his activism

Jonathan was born in a small farming town in Maryland. He talks about racism, segregation and the homophobic climate that prevailed in his hometown, and how that informed his activism and that of his parents. During middle school, he got involved in activism around queer youth of color. In the beginning, he was mostly involved in LGBT issues. Later, he also organized around economic injustice in peasant and working class communities.

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  • 2015-04-03
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    • This interview was conducted in Phoenix, Arizona.

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    Undocumented Voices Oral History Project, ASU/UCLA Collection (SHPRS), Arizona State Library.

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