Episode 3.3: Les Pierres

January 26th, 2016

Les Pierres, New Orleans' first bar owned by and operated for Black lesbians, was often so packed on the weekends that owners Juanita Pierre and Leslie Martinez had to throw open the french doors to accommodate the crowd. In this episode they share some of their favorite memories of the bar and why it was such an important space. 

Featuring interviews with: Juanita Pierre, Leslie Martinez, Donna Bechet-Kilbourne, and Paula Kilbourne 
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Episode 3.2: Charlene’s

January 14th, 2016

Charlene's was legendary. Open for 22 years on Elysian Fields, it was a community hub, a dance party and a training ground for budding activists. We go back to the fateful night that started it all. Featuring interviews with Dianne Schneider, Ellen Rabin, Mae Lizama, Liz Simon, Maxx Sizeler, and Alda Talley. Produced by Free Feral and Rachel Lee with music by Free Feral and Peter Bowling.

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Episode 3.1: Brady’s

January 4th, 2016

If you wanted to drink at Brady's, you had to play by the rules. This episode goes inside one of New Orleans' first dyke bars and introduces its founder Alice Brady, a butch lesbian in a skirt and ship'n'shore blouse. Featuring interviews with Mary Capps, Alda Talley, Mardi Youngblood, Liz Simon, Mae Lizama and Ellen Rabin. Produced by Free Feral and Rachel Lee with music by Free Feral and Peter Bowling.

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