Documentary about activist Pauline Park reveals a personal tale that never strays far from politics

Documentary about activist Pauline Park reveals a personal tale that never strays far from politics

The LGBTQ activist Pauline Park, a Korean-born adoptee, is the subject of a short documentary, which focused on her search for information about her birth family. In portraying personal details about her life, the film never strayed far from politics.

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Chief Magistrate Judge Roanne Mann was "pouring water on a drowning FOIA" : Court filing

Chief Magistrate Judge Roanne Mann was "pouring water on a drowning FOIA" : Court filing

The publisher of Progress Queens has filed an objection to a Report and Recommendation issued by Chief Magistrate Judge Roanne Mann in which the Federal judge recommended dismissing FOIA litigation seeking the disclosure of records from the U.S. Department of Justice about the prosecution of activists.

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Mark-Viverito, Williams attend event in home of couple accused of queer-baiting in Queens Council race

Mark-Viverito, Williams attend event in home of couple accused of queer-baiting in Queens Council race

After accusations were made that campaign supporters of Rebecca Lynch had been inciting homophobia in the race to replace Mark Weprin in the City Council, Councilmembers Melissa Mark-Viverito and Jumaane Williams attended an event at the home of Ms. Lynch's divisive campaign supporters.

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