Maya Angelou, poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist
Robert Beardsley • Mark Benson • Robert Benson • Fred Boykin • John Burch
Christopher Chouinard • Donald Croxton • Mitchell Grant • Paul Guariglia
Marty Kaplan • Gerald Kennedy • Jack Killen • Peter Kimball • Charles Nicoll
Bob Pagano • Paul Smith • Ralph Stivali • Don Tomasello • Charles Walter
George V. Brown • Greg Futchi • John Hohl
George Kling • Al LaMorges • Douglas Jackson Pew
So many of us still recall when television would never show two people of the same gender sharing a kiss... or even holding hands. Now we live in a time when the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled favor of marriage equality. We've accomplished so much, yet there is much more to do. Since the late 1970s, the LGBTQ+ Choral Movement has been a crucial tool for advocacy, unity, and education.
The Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida is proud to continue this legacy through our music. We are pleased to serve as cultural ambassadors for our community and provide a voice for those who do not have one. Help ensure this work continues by joining our legacy giving program. By including the Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida in your estate planning, you can help sustain our organization and keep our voices carrying long into the future.
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