One of the Children

 expand sectionEditor's Note
  Introductory Note

 expand section1—  "He's Family":  An Introduction
 collapse section2—  "A Host of Different Men":  The Diversity of Gay Black Men in Harlem
 Gay Black Men in Harlem
 Immigrants in Harlem
 Brothers from Georgia
 Louis and Paul
 Education and Occupation
 The Twins
 Living Arrangements
 The "Boys"
 Herbie and His "Family"
 Darrell the Boxer
 "A Nice Guy"
 The Organist
 A Buddhist
 "An Ordinary Week": Gregory
 Ephraim's Week
 expand section3—  "One Big Family":  Community and the Social Networks of Gay Black Men
 expand section4—  "Close to Home":  The Organization of the Gay Scene in Harlem
 expand section5—  "Different from Other Colors":  Black Culture and Black Identity
 expand section6—  "Gay Is Lovin' Men":  Gay Identity in Harlem
 expand section7—  "Different to Other Men":  The Meaning of Sexuality for Gay Black Men
 expand section8—  "This Epidemic Thing":  Gay Black Men and AIDS in Harlem
 expand section9—  "One of the Children":  Being a Gay Black Man in Harlem

 expand sectionGlossary
 expand sectionNotes
 expand sectionIndex

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