OH-4314_LuciaFitzgerald_e03.wav Luchia Fitzgerald: [00:00:00] But I tell you, this whole thing in Manchester really did start to kick off from that base, the working class
OH-4315_AngelaCooper_e02.mp3 Angela Cooper: [00:00:00] I think what happened then was there was something happening at Lancaster University in the way of gay liberation because that’s
OH-4315_AngelaCooper_e01.mp3 Angela Cooper: [00:00:01] Growing up in the 60s, and it’s a time and in a place where it wasn’t OK to be gay, so
OH-4314_LuciaFitzgerald_e06.mp3 Luchia Fitzgerald: [00:00:00] I was frightened and confused and all the rest of it, as a lot of people of my age would have
Queerupnorth oral histories – queer artists look back on LGBTQ+ representation and social change.
Luchia Fitzgerald and Angela Cooper on queer politics of resistance and support in 1970s Manchester.