|類型/形式：||Personal/independent films and video
Documentaries and factual films and video
Kelly Anderson; Tami Gold; Don DiNicola; AndersonGold Films.
Playing time on release was 56 min., according to: Internet movie database, September 13, 2001.
Copyright notice on videocassette: c1996, Andersongold Films.
|餘額：||Director of photography, Tami Gold. Editor, Kelly Anderson. Original music, Don Dinicola. Sound, Kelly Anderson. Queer Nation footage shot by Larry Pellegrini; additional camera, David Shulman, John Hammond. Title design, George Anderson; graphics production, Alex Rivera; still photographs, Andrea Ades Vasquez. Project advisors, Serafina Bathrick, Allan Berube, Miriam Frank. ...|
|責任：||Andersongold Films ; in association with Labor at the Crossroads, Hunter College Department of Communications ; a documentary by Kelly Anderson, Tami Gold ; produced and directed by Tami Gold, Kelly Anderson.|
Three different stories of gays and their jobs are interwoven. Cheryl Summerville was fired from her job as a cook in the Cracker Barrel restaurant chain in Georgia for being a lesbian; she worked with Queer Nation and with the Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., to organize multi-state demonstrations, boycotts and letter writing campaigns against the Cracker Barrel restaurant chain. Ron Woods, a gay auto plant electrician working for Chrysler in Detroit, was harassed on the job by his fellow workers after his picture appeared in the paper at a demonstration against Cracker Barrel; he worked with Local 372 of the United Auto Workers to educate his fellow workers about homosexuality and was eventually elected a delegate to the United Auto Workers 1996 Bargaining Convention, where he got the Convention to vote unanimously to add a clause to all contracts prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Nat Keitt, a gay library circulation clerk with the New York Public Library, was unable to afford the medical bills for her unemployed domestic partner, David, who suffered from AIDS; she was elected to the executive board of her union, Local 1930, AFSCME, and made co-chair of the union's Gay and Lesbian Issues Committee, which was eventually instrumental in winning domestic partner health benefits for New York city workers.
- Homophobia -- United States.
- Discrimination in employment -- United States.
- Gays -- Employment -- Law and legislation -- Georgia.
- Cracker Barrel (Firm)
- Queer Nation (Organization)
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
- Labor leaders -- Michigan -- Detroit.
- International Union, Allied Industrial Workers of America -- Political activity.
- Domestic partner benefits -- New York (State) -- New York.
- AFSCME. -- Local 1930 (New York, N.Y.)
- International Union, Allied Industrial Workers of America.
- Discrimination in employment.
- Domestic partner benefits.
- Gays -- Employment -- Law and legislation.
- Labor leaders.
- Political participation.
- Michigan -- Detroit.
- New York (State) -- New York.
- United States.