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Going home for the holidays can be complicated. That's especially true for many in the first generation of openly gay and lesbian seniors, who may have severed family ties years ago. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with two senior gay activists about a new Philadelphia apartment complex aimed at providing a home and a community for LGBT seniors.
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