A young man describes his first homosexual experience. Later that day, he comes out to a female friend at church.
Members of the gay community join a march in Harlem. They call for ending homophobia. A man in the crowd says they are not part of the African tradition.
View Langston Hughes' poem. African-American gay men express hope their community will one day support and accept them.
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Affirmations explores black male dreams and desires and is framed by the poetry of Essex Hemphill.
Length: 11 minutes
Copyright date: ©1990
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