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At StoryCorps in June 2015, Alexei Romanoff remembers an inspirational figure who helped him feel proud to be a gay man. Jill Glaser/StoryCorps hide caption

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StoryCorps

'I Will Never Lie About Being Gay Again': LGBT Activist Remembers Source Of Pride

At StoryCorps, Alexei Romanoff, an 82-year-old gay activist, recalls lessons he learned as a teenager from a proud gay elder — and which resonated as an adult.

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Xi And Putin Meet In Moscow

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Xi And Putin Meet In Moscow

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Huawei employees wait for a shuttle bus at the company's campus on April 12 in Shenzhen, China. A senior Huawei official says Google is talking with the U.S. government on behalf of the Chinese telecom giant. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Huawei Chairman Hopeful Google Can Influence U.S. Officials

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At StoryCorps in June 2015, Alexei Romanoff remembers an inspirational figure who helped him feel proud to be a gay man. Jill Glaser/StoryCorps hide caption

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StoryCorps

'I Will Never Lie About Being Gay Again': LGBT Activist Remembers Source Of Pride

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'I Will Never Lie About Being Gay Again': LGBT Activist Remembers Source Of Pride

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A boat moved by Hurricane Michael rests near a canal in May in Mexico Beach, Fla. Seven months after the hurricane made landfall, the town is still littered with heavily damaged or destroyed homes and businesses. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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'Everyone Would Have Left': Putting Lessons From Hurricane Michael To Work

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An F-150 pickup is assembled at a Ford plant in Dearborn, Mich., last year. Manufacturing has been a soft spot in recent months. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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Hiring Slows Amid Trade Tensions, With Only 75,000 Jobs Added In May

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