Our Honor, Our Pride Photo/Foto: HIDVL
  • Title: Our Honor, Our Pride
  • Holdings: video (HIDVL)
  • Duration: 01:04:40
  • Language: English
  • Date: Jun 1992
  • Location: Performed in The Circle at The American Indian Community House, New York City.
  • Type-Format: performance
  • Cast: Coatlicue Theater Company, Spiderwoman Theater, Native Youth Theater Group, performers
  • Credits: American Indian Community House, producer ; Coatlicue Theater Company, creator ; Spiderwoman Theater, creator ; Native Youth Theater Group, creator ; Muriel Miguel, introducer ; Sharon Day, introducer ; Deborah Ratell, Stage manager ; Stephanie Hibble, Stage manager

Our Honor, Our Pride

Our Honor, Our Pride was a variety show presented in the AICH Circle during New York City's 1992 Gay Pride week as a way to introduce the New York City Native and Two-Spirit (the term Native people have used to refer to Native gay and lesbians) community. The Coatlicue Theater Company and Spiderwoman Theater presented excerpts from several of their plays. The Minneapolis Indigenous People's Task Force's Native Youth Theater Group, directed by Spiderwoman's Muriel Miguel, also performed. The Group, led by Sharon Day, the Director of the Minneapolis Indigenous People's Task Force, had been selected and invited by the Community House to write and perform works about HIV/AIDS as a way to educate youth about various aspects of the disease during gay pride week.