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Keith Boykin, Chrissy Gephardt on TV's 'American Candidate'
2004-07-01

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Pictured Gay activist Keith Boykin announces in New York for Showtime's American Candidate. The kickoff announcement and rally took place at the LGBT Community Center. See www.keithboykin.com and www.americancandidate.com Photo by Doug Meszler

Chrissy Gephardt, daughter of Congressman and former presidential candidate Richard Gephardt, has won a slot on Showtime's new political reality series The American Candidate. American Candidate will attempt to identify one individual from a select few who has the qualifications and qualities to be the 'American Candidate' through a series of competitions.

Longtime national Black gay activist Keith Boykin is also among the candidates.

Over the course of 10 weeks, contestants on American Candidate will face off in a series of challenges designed to test their presidential mettle and to show viewers what really goes on in the making of a presidential candidate. Week-by-week, the original pool of candidates will be winnowed down. The show begins in August.

Cruise Ship Welcomed

in The Bahamas

Problems that were expected when Carnival Cruise Lines' 'Gay Days Cruise' ship arrived in the Bahamas June 1 did not materialize, The Nassau Guardian reported.

'In fact, the only activists anywhere near the Festival Place welcome centre were members of the Rainbow Alliance, who, along with allies, set up a welcoming committee,' the newspaper reported.

Earlier reports suggested the ship's arrival would be protested by members of the Bahamas Christian Council and other church organizations, as was the case when three gay/lesbian cruises visited in 1998.

Filipino Gay Film Fest

The Philippines' Second International Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival, the Pink Film Festival, went nationwide this year thanks to support from the SM Supermalls, the British Council, the Goethe-Institut and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

Forty movies are screened June 15-July 11 at SM theaters in Manila, Baguio and Iloilo, and at the University of the Philippines Film Institute. Thereafter, the films will show across the country in all SM cinemas.

Among the featured movies are Eating Out, Inter.M@tes, 9 Dead Gay Guys, The Wolves of Kromer, Love Is Colder Than Death, Gulabi Aaina, Bukak Api, Macho Dancer, Burlesk King, Ang Lalaki sa Buhay ni Selya, and Pusong Mamon.

www.pinkfilmfestival.cjb.net .


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