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October 23, 2011

Helping LGBT seniors (& Metro Weekly stories on Frank Kameny)

The current issue of Metro Weekly includes an excellent piece by Will O'Bryan that uses the problems Frank Kameny encountered in his final years — and the help various people and organizations provided him — as an illustration of the challenges faced by all our seniors, and the efforts local groups are making to serve them. Thanks to Will for writing about such an important subject.

Also in this week's Metro Weekly, Randy Shulman has a remembrance of Frank, including his stint as the "World's Oldest Living White House Intern" from a very funny April Fool's issue some years back. Also, John Riley reports on Frank's local legacy. And Chris Geidner looks at Frank's Good Trouble.


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