‘Out in America’ documentary showcases everyday LGBT Americans

‘Out in America’ documentary showcases everyday LGBT Americans

“Out in America,” a one-hour documentary showcasing LGBT Americans in their everyday lives, premieres nationally on PBS on Wednesday:

“Out In America” will deliver a compelling, multi-layered portrait of LGBT Americans through their own words and experiences. The film will connect the common themes running through numerous personal stories about growing up, coming out, nurturing relationships, overcoming social and familial challenges, fighting discrimination and HIV, and achieving individual status and respect in America.

Here’s a preview:

The film, written and produced by Andrew Goldberg, airs at 8 p.m. Wednesday on most PBS stations. (Check local listings.)

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