Dustin Lance Black

American Foundation for Equal Rights

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Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black is a founding board member of the American Foundation for Equal Rights, and the author of 8, a play that chronicles the federal trial of Proposition 8, based on the actual court transcripts and first-hand interviews.

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Filmmaker Dustin Lance Black visits The Treatment to discuss his passion for chronicling the LGBT movement of 1970s San Francisco in the ABC miniseries When We Rise.

Dustin Lance Black: ABC's 'When We Rise'

Filmmaker Dustin Lance Black visits The Treatment to discuss his passion for chronicling the LGBT movement of 1970s San Francisco in the ABC miniseries When We Rise.

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Dustin Lance Black won an Oscar for his screenplay for  Milk , the film about gay rights leader Harvey Milk of San Francisco. He's also author of  8 , which opened on Broadway in 2011.

Hollywood Helps Swing Public Opinion on Prop 8

Dustin Lance Black won an Oscar for his screenplay for Milk , the film about gay rights leader Harvey Milk of San Francisco. He's also author of 8 , which opened on Broadway in 2011.

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