By Steven Louis Brawley
May 30, 2021: The St. Louis LGBT History Project has launched an innovative documentary style film series that is taking an unique approach to capturing community and individual histories. The Project's new "In Our Voices" film series allows people to tell their life stories in a non-traditional and unscripted manner. The first episode features the legacy of the Zebra Lounge and The Hitching Post, African American LGBTQIA+ spaces in midtown St. Louis from the 1970s-1980s. The 30-minute episode was hosted by Craig Greene and Candance Forrest (Candy Principle) and features partons and staff of the bars sharing their memories and experiences. The cameras rolled as people reminisced, laughed, and even danced. The commentary is lighthearted and serious. Several future episodes with new topics have been filmed and are in production mode. The Project has partnered with Taber Creative Productions to help produce the film series. Stay tuned for future episodes.