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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.

Force For Truth Nomak
Anger Of The Earth Nomak
Canton Blues Ramtin Arablouei
To Tell The Truth Yoko Kanno
Where Does This Ocean Go? Yoko Kanno feat. Ilaria Graziano

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Huawei Chairman Hopeful Google Can Influence U.S. Officials

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Inhibitor Soular Order
Garage Show Cloudkicker
Making Will Mad Cloudkicker
My Girl Original Broadway Cast of Ain't Too Proud
Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Unshield Arms and Sleepers
Kanada Vintage Arms and Sleepers

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

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Surly Bonds Blue Dot Sessions
Celestial Navigation Blue Dot Sessions
Wasp Nest The National
Such a Night Dr. John
Creole Moon Dr. John
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Cold Little Heart Michael Kiwanuka
September Song Agnes Obel
Friday I'm in Love The Imaginary Trio

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

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