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Alan Bounville

Activist Remembers Those He Met on 6,000-Mile Walk for Equality (VIDEO)

Nathan Manske | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Nathan Manske

2015-04-24-1429841365-638767-2015042214297451469265555AlanBounvillesmall.jpgAlan Bounville walked 6,000 miles for gender-identity and sexual-orientation equality. But what happened early on in his walk, at a small grocery store in a rural town, is what led him to one of his most memorable experiences.

Walking The Walk: Alan Bounville At The End Of 'Into The Light'

Patrick J. Hamilton | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Patrick J. Hamilton

When Alan Bounville went out for walk, he was 34. He'll be 36 when he finishes on Feb. 23. He will have walked in excess of 6,000 miles, from Seattle to the White House, to raise awareness of gender identity and sexual orientation and to honor those lost in the struggle for LGBT equality.

On Election Day, Activists Begin Fast for Civil Rights

James M. Russell | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
James M. Russell

If their demands are not met by November 2 -- Election Day across the U.S. -- Bounville plans to begin a civil rights fast, a 24 hour, water-only fast with DiBona, his best friend, as his caregiver.