Watch: 'Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement' Queer Icons Panel With Seattle Pride
In partnership with Seattle Pride, we celebrated the opening of Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement with a panel of queer icons in conversation about activism and their participation in civil rights fights of the past and present. Check out the full discussion in the video embedded above as host Matt Baume shares a few iconic objects from the #MoPOP exhibition with panelists Isabella L. Price, Devlyn Camp, and Kristin Russo!
About The Panelists
Matt Baume is a writer, podcaster, and video-maker based in Seattle whose work focuses on queer culture, geeks, and all things strange and wonderful. He's the creator of the queer interview show The Sewers of Paris, the YouTube pop culture series Culture Cruise, and the LGBTQ news shows Weekly Debrief and Marriage News Watch. He's the co-creator of the comedy podcast and live show Queens of Adventure, featuring drag queens playing Dungeons & Dragons. His book, Defining Marriage, chronicles the personal stories of people who fought for marriage equality over the last forty years. You can find his reporting via outlets that include Rolling Stone, Vice Magazine, Slate, The Advocate, The Stranger, and NPR.
Isabella L. Price
Isabella L. Price is a filmmaker, writer, podcaster, host, performer and youtuber out of the PNW. She is currently the film curator of Langston Seattle's Fade to Black program, which focuses on the Black image in film. She is also a guest programmer with the Seattle International Film Festival's Reel Black series.
Devlyn Camp is the producer and host of "Queer Serial," a podcast covering the true history of the American LGBTQ+ liberation movement from the beginning to Stonewall. They are also a GLAAD Award-nominated writer for them.us, has reported on queer issues for the Chicago Reader, and served as a contributing historian for the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times. Camp also produces the podcast "On the Mic: OutSpoken LGBTQ Storytelling" for one of Chicago’s oldest gay bars, Sidetrack. And they are also something of a "Frasier" historian, so it's an extra honor to be part of Seattle's Pride celebration. More atqueerserial.com
Kristin Russo is a writer, educator and consultant with a focus on LGBTQ issues. She is the author of This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids (Chronicle, 2014) and co-founder of My Kid Is Gay (mykidisgay.com). She also worked as host and producer of First Person, a video series on gender and sexuality from PBS Digital and WNET. She holds a Master’s in Gender Studies from the CUNY Graduate Center, and currently produces and co-hosts the critically acclaimed Buffy rewatch podcast, Buffering the Vampire Slayer.