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The day it snowed in Miami / directed by Joe Cardona ; produced by Shed Boren, Joe Cardona, Jose Iglesias, Steve Rothaus, Nancy San Martin ; written by Joe Cardona, Nancy San Martin.

Contributor(s): Cardona, Joe [film director.] | San Martin, Nancy [narrator.] | Boren, Shed | Iglesias, José | Rothaus, Steve | Winick, Margot | Miami Herald Media Company [production company.] | WPBT2.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: [Miami, FL] : Miami Herald Media Company, WPBT2, [2014]Description: 1 videodisc (86 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Gay liberation movement -- United States | Gay rights -- United States | Homosexuality -- United StatesGenre/Form: Documentary films. | Video recordings for the hearing impaired. | Documentary television programs. | Nonfiction television programs.
Production Credits: Director of photography and editor: Jose Iglesias; Executive producers: Shed Boren, Joe Cardona, Nancy San Martin.
Narrated by: Margot Winick.Summary: "A documentary that showcases South Florida's role in the gay rights movement. The feature-length film traces the political battle lines drawn in Miami in 1977 when gays sought approval of a then controversial Human Rights Ordinance, which guaranteed they would not be discriminated because of their 'affectional or sexual preference'" --Publisher's website.
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#00167 (Browse shelf) Available X26503
DVDs Bibliothèque à livres ouverts
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#00166 (Browse shelf) Available X27579

"A chronology of the LGBT rights movement."

Director of photography and editor: Jose Iglesias; Executive producers: Shed Boren, Joe Cardona, Nancy San Martin.

Narrated by: Margot Winick.

"A documentary that showcases South Florida's role in the gay rights movement. The feature-length film traces the political battle lines drawn in Miami in 1977 when gays sought approval of a then controversial Human Rights Ordinance, which guaranteed they would not be discriminated because of their 'affectional or sexual preference'" --Publisher's website.

In English with partial soundtrack translated in English.

U.M. Special Collections copy donated by Joe Cardona.

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