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RTRI9AP
October 12, 1998
Kate Keating, of Denver, places flowers on the picture of Matthew Shepard during a memorial for Shepard...
multiple countries
WOMAN PLACES FLOWERS DURING MATTHEW SHEPARD MEMORIAL IN DENVER.
Kate Keating, of Denver, places flowers on the picture of Matthew Shepard during a memorial for Shepard in Denver October 12. Shepard was brutally beaten and abandoned near Laramie, Wyoming October 6, and died in a Fort Collins, Colorado hospital at 12:53 a.m. October 12 of injuries suffered in the beating. Shepard, who was gay, was thought to have been beaten beaten because of his sexual preference.

GCC/GAC/JDP
RTRI9B4
October 12, 1998
Kerrie Dallman (C) hugs Brooke Blanchette during a gay/lesbian coming out celebration in Denver October...
multiple countries
LESBIANS HUG DURING MATTEW SHEPARD MEMORIAL IN DENVER.
Kerrie Dallman (C) hugs Brooke Blanchette during a gay/lesbian coming out celebration in Denver October 12. The celebration, pre-planned for months, also took on the sad task of being a memorial for Matthew Shepard who was beaten in Laramie, Wyoming October 6 and died in Fort Collins, Colorado October 12 at 12:53am from injuries suffered in the beating. Shepard was an openly gay student at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming.

GCC/KM/CLH/
RTRI9C6
October 12, 1998
Aldo Celeste, seated, (R) rests his head on the shoulder of friend Michael Kline during a memorial for...
UNITED STATES
GAY MEN LISTEN TO MEMORIAL TO MURDERED GAY STUDENT MATTHEW SHEPARD.
Aldo Celeste, seated, (R) rests his head on the shoulder of friend Michael Kline during a memorial for beating victim and University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard on the Aurarian Campus in Denver October 12. The memorial was part of a pre-planned gay/lesbian celebration and took on a somber note, when Shepard died in Fort Collins, Colorado at 12:53 a.m. from injuries sustained in a beating on October 6 in Laramie, Wyoming. Onlookers wore yellow ribbons in memory of Shepard.

GCC
SHEPARD
RTXHYS3
October 12, 1998
Kate Keating, of Denver, places flowers on the picture of Matthew Shepard during a memorial for Shepard...
Kate Keating, of Denver, places flowers on the picture of Matthew Shepard during a memorial for Shep.....
Kate Keating, of Denver, places flowers on the picture of Matthew Shepard during a memorial for Shepard in Denver October 12. Shepard was brutally beaten and abandoned near Laramie, Wyoming October 6, and died in a Fort Collins, Colorado hospital at 12:53 a.m. October 12 of injuries suffered in the beating. Shepard, who was gay, was thought to have been beaten beaten because of his sexual preference.
GAYS SHEPARD
RTRICS7
October 15, 1998
Actresses Ellen DeGeneres and Anne Heche (C) pose with Degeneres' mother Betty (R) in front of the Capitol...
Washington
HECHE, DEGENERES AND POSE WITH HER MOTHER BY CAPITOL DOME.
Actresses Ellen DeGeneres and Anne Heche (C) pose with Degeneres' mother Betty (R) in front of the Capitol dome October 14 during a vigil for gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard, whose death last week has reinvigorated national debate on anti-hate crime laws. The crime has captured headlines for the cruel way 21-year-old Shepard was assaulted, first pistol-whipped and then left lashed to a fence like a scarecrow in near-freezing temperatures for some 18 hours.

ELD/FMS
SHEPARD
RTRIE6I
October 16, 1998
An aging pot of flowers adorned with a cross hangs October 15 from the picket fence where gay University...
UNITED STATES
FLOWER POT DRAPED WITH CROSS ADORNS SITE OF SHEPARD BEATING.
An aging pot of flowers adorned with a cross hangs October 15 from the picket fence where gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was tied, beaten, and left just outside of Laramie, Wyoming. Shepard was beaten October 6 and moved to a Fort Collins hospital after he was found with severe head injuries. Shepard, who died October 12, will have funeral services October 16 in Casper, Wyoming.

GCC/CLH/
RTRIE6P
October 16, 1998
The fence post where Matthew Shepard was tied up, beaten, and left for dead lies on private land just...
UNITED STATES
SHEPARD MURDER SITE IN DESOLATE AREA NEAR LARAMIE, WYOMING.
The fence post where Matthew Shepard was tied up, beaten, and left for dead lies on private land just outside Laramie, Wyoming, October 15. Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, was taken from a bar to this remote site October 6 and found the next day. Shepard, who died in a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, October 12, will be mourned in funeral services in Casper, Wyoming, on October 16.

GCC/ELD
RTRIE74
October 16, 1998
The Fireside saloon, where Matthew Shepard was last seen before his beating in Laramie, Wyoming, is shown...
multiple countries
FIRESIDE SALOON WHERE SHEPARD WAS LAST SEEN BEFORE BEATING.
The Fireside saloon, where Matthew Shepard was last seen before his beating in Laramie, Wyoming, is shown in this October 15 photo. Shepard was last seen leaving the Fireside saloon with his two alleged assailants on October 6. Shepard, who died from injuries sustained in his beating, will be mourned at his funeral in Casper, Wyoming, October 16.

GCC/ELD/CLH/
RTRIE7Q
October 16, 1998
A two-tracked dirt and stone road wends its way through rocky terrain to an isolated hilltop location...
UNITED STATES
TWO-TRACKED DIRT ROAD LEADS TO SHEPARD MURDER SITE IN WYOMING.
A two-tracked dirt and stone road wends its way through rocky terrain to an isolated hilltop location October 15 looking over Laramie in the valley behind the fence where gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was tied up, beaten, and left on October 6. Shepard was found tied on the fence structure a day later and eventually moved to a Fort Collins, Colorado, hospital where he died on October 12. Shepard's funeral services will be in Casper, Wyoming, October 16.

GCC/ELD
RTRIFF4
October 16, 1998
Gary Hylton (R) wipes a tear from his face, while holding onto Leishaan Crane, both of Casper, Wyoming,...
multiple countries
SHEPARD'S FRIENDS MOURN WAITING FOR FUNERAL IN CASPER.
Gary Hylton (R) wipes a tear from his face, while holding onto Leishaan Crane, both of Casper, Wyoming, while singing "Amazing Grace" outside St. Mark's Episcopal church waiting to be seated for the funeral of Matthew Shepard in Casper, Wyoming October 16. Shepard was beaten and left for dead in Laramie, Wyoming and died as a result of his injuries October 12. Shepard was a gay student at the University of Wyoming.

GCC/KM/JDP
RTRIFFW
October 16, 1998
Casper, Wyoming resident Alex Djezveian (C) engages anti-gay and lesbian protestors outside St. Mark's...
UNITED STATES
CASPER RESIDENTS ENGAGE ANTI-GAY DEMONSTRATORS AT SHEPARD FUNERAL.
Casper, Wyoming resident Alex Djezveian (C) engages anti-gay and lesbian protestors outside St. Mark's Episcopal church before the start of the Matthew Shepard funeral in Casper, Wyoming October 16. Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming, was beaten and left for dead and died on October 12.

GCC/KM/WS
RTRIFN6
October 16, 1998
Friends of murdered gay student Matthew Shepard hug in the street outside of St. Mark's Episcopal church...
UNITED STATES
FRIENDS OF SHEPARD HUG AFTER FUNERAL FOR GAY STUDENT IN CASPER.
Friends of murdered gay student Matthew Shepard hug in the street outside of St. Mark's Episcopal church after Shepard's funeral in Casper, Wyoming October 16. Rain and snow kept many from attending the funeral as anti-gay protestors planned to picket in large numbers. Shepard was beaten in Laramie, Wyoming October 6 and died in a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado October 12.

GCC/CLH/
USA
RTXHYE5
October 16, 1998
Casper, Wyoming resident Alex Djezveian (C) engages anti-gay and lesbian protestors outside St. Mark's...
Casper, Wyoming resident Alex Djezveian (C) engages anti-gay and lesbian protestors outside St. Mark.....
Casper, Wyoming resident Alex Djezveian (C) engages anti-gay and lesbian protestors outside St. Mark's Episcopal church before the start of the Matthew Shepard funeral in Casper, Wyoming October 16. Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming, was beaten and left for dead and died on October 12.
USA
RTXHYEO
October 16, 1998
Gary Hylton (R) wipes a tear from his face, while holding onto Leishaan Crane, both of Casper, Wyoming,...
Gary Hylton (R) wipes a tear from his face, while holding onto Leishaan Crane, both of Casper, Wyomi.....
Gary Hylton (R) wipes a tear from his face, while holding onto Leishaan Crane, both of Casper, Wyoming, while singing "Amazing Grace" outside St. Mark's Episcopal church waiting to be seated for the funeral of Matthew Shepard in Casper, Wyoming October 16. Shepard was beaten and left for dead in Laramie, Wyoming and died as a result of his injuries October 12. Shepard was a gay student at the University of Wyoming.
CRIME BEATING
RTRJKKK
November 19, 1998
Aaron James McKinney, one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, sits in the Albany County...
Laramie, USA
SHEPARD MURDER DEFENDANT MCKINNEY SITS IN COURT IN LARAMIE.
Aaron James McKinney, one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, sits in the Albany County district courtroom awaiting the start of his preliminary hearing in Laramie, Wyoming, November 19. McKinney is accused of the beating murder of gay University of Wyoming student Shepard, who was beaten October 6 in Laramie and died in a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, October 12. Albany County sherrifs Kelly Smith (L) and Robb Austin stand guard in the courtroom.

GCC/ELD
CRIME BEATING
RTRJKLD
November 19, 1998
Aaron James McKinney, one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, arrives at the Albany County...
Laramie, USA
SHEPARD MURDER DEFENDANT AARON MCKINNEY WALKS INTO COURT FOR HEARING.
Aaron James McKinney, one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, arrives at the Albany County district courtroom for his preliminary hearing November 19, escorted by Albany County sherrif Kelly Smith (L) in Laramie, Wyoming. McKinney is accused of the murder of gay University of Wyoming student Shepard, who was beaten October 6 in Laramie, and died October 12 in a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado.

GCC/WS
CRIME BEATING
RTRJKLK
November 19, 1998
Aaron James McKinney, (R) one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, is escorted by Albany...
Laramie, USA
SHEPARD MURDER DEFENDANT MCKINNEY WALKS INTO LARAMIE COURTROOM.
Aaron James McKinney, (R) one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, is escorted by Albany County sherrif Kelly Smith, into the Albany County district courtroom in Laramie, Wyoming, November 19 for his preliminary hearing. McKinney is the only one of the four defendants in the murder that did not waive the preliminary hearing. McKinney, along with Russell Henderson, is accused of the beating murder of gay University of Wyoming student Shepard.

GCC/ELD/JDP
CRIME BEATING
RTRJKN3
November 19, 1998
Aaron James McKinney, one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, with his attorneys Dion Custis...
Laramie, USA
SHEPARD MURDER DEFENDANT MCKINNEY DEPARTS COURT FOR LUNCH.
Aaron James McKinney, one of four defendants in the Matthew Shepard murder, with his attorneys Dion Custis (L) and Jason Tangeman, departs the Albany County courtroom for lunch recess in the preliminary hearing in the Shepard beating murder case in Laramie, Wyoming November 19. Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming student was beaten on October 6 in Laramie and died in a Fort Collins, Colorado hospital on October 12.

GCC/SB
CRIME BEATING
RTRJKQX
November 19, 1998
Judy (L) and Dennis Shepard stare straight ahead as they await the start of the preliminary hearing for...
Laramie, USA
MATTHEW SHEPARD PARENTS WAIT FOR START OF HEARING IN LARAMIE.
Judy (L) and Dennis Shepard stare straight ahead as they await the start of the preliminary hearing for Aaron James McKinney, a defendant in the beating murder of their son Matthew, in Albany County district court in Laramie, Wyoming November 19. Matthew Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming student was beaten and died from his injuries.

GCC/RC/JDP
CRIME GAY
RTRRDTP
November 19, 1998
FILE PHOTO 19NOV98 - Aaron James McKinney, defendant in the Matthew Shepard murder, arrives at the Albany...
Laramie, USA
FILE PHOTO OF ACCUSED MATTHEW SHEPARD KILLER MCKINNEY.
FILE PHOTO 19NOV98 - Aaron James McKinney, defendant in the Matthew Shepard murder, arrives at the Albany County district courtroom for his preliminary hearing November 19, 1998 escorted by Albany County sherrif Kelly Smith. Prosecutors and defense attorneys prepared to begin jury selection October 11 in the trial of McKinney, who is charged with murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery in connection with the death of Shepard, a 21-year-old University of Wyoming student who died last year after he was beaten and left tied to a fence post, allegedly by two men he met in a local bar.

RC
USA GAYS
RTRNQI2
April 05, 1999
Friends and supporters of Matthew Shepard embrace 5 april outside the Albany County Courthouse April...
Laramie, USA
FRIENDS OF MATTHEW SHEPARD HUG OUTSIDE COURTHOUSE IN LARAMIE AFTER VERDICT.
Friends and supporters of Matthew Shepard embrace 5 april outside the Albany County Courthouse April 5 after Russell Henderson was jailed for life after pleading guilty to the brutal murder of gay Wyoming student last October, an attack that threw the spotlight on hate crimes and anti-gay violence. From the left are: Chris Maluck, Ron Wilcoxson, Lad Bosworth and Romaine Patterson..

RTW/FMS
GAY MURDER
RTRNQI8
April 05, 1999
Judy Shepard and husband Dennis (C) listen to prosecutor Cal Rerucha (R) outside the Albany County Courthouse...
Laramie, USA
JUDY SHEPARD AT COURTHOUSE IN LARAMIE AFTER VERDICT.
Judy Shepard and husband Dennis (C) listen to prosecutor Cal Rerucha (R) outside the Albany County Courthouse April 5 after Russell Henderson pled guilty to murdering their son, Matthew Shephard. Henderson pled guilty to murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery in Shephard's grisly beating death last October, and was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences.

RTW
GAY MURDER
RTRNQID
April 05, 1999
Judy Shepard and her husband Dennis listen to prosecutor Cal Rerucha outside the Albany County Courthouse...
Laramie, USA
JUDY AND DENNIS SHEPARD AT COURTHOUSE IN LARAMIE AFTER VERDICT.
Judy Shepard and her husband Dennis listen to prosecutor Cal Rerucha outside the Albany County Courthouse April 5 after Russell Henderson pled guilty to murdering their son Matthew Shephard. Henderson pled guilty to murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery in Shephard's grisly beating death last October and was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences.

RTW
CRIME BEATING
RTRNQJ9
April 05, 1999
Friends of Matthew Shepard Lad Bosworth (l) and Chris Maluck leave the Albany County Courthouse April...
Laramie, USA
FRIENDS OF MATTHEW SHEPARD LEAVE COURTHOUSE IN LARAMIE AFTER VERDICT.
Friends of Matthew Shepard Lad Bosworth (l) and Chris Maluck leave the Albany County Courthouse April 5 after Russell Henderson pled guilty to murdering Shephard. Henderson pled guilty to murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery in Shephard's grisly beating death last October, and was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences.

RTW/SV
CRIME BEATING
RTR103ZC
April 05, 1999
Jim Osborne (L) a friend of murder victim Matthew Shepard, wears an angel costume at the Albany County...
Laramie, USA
FRIEND PROTESTS AT COURTHOUSE IN LARAMIE WHERE GAY TRIAL BEGINNING.
Jim Osborne (L) a friend of murder victim Matthew Shepard, wears an angel costume at the Albany County Courthouse trying to shield anti-gay groups signs at the site of the trial of one of the alleged attackers of gay student Matthew Shepard April 5. Two high-school dropouts faced first degree murder charges on Tuesday in the beating death of Shepard, an attack that has reinvigorated national debate on anti-hate crime laws.

RTW
CRIME BEATING
RTR103ZM
April 05, 1999
Rev. Fred Phelps of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas takes part in an anti-gay protests...
Laramie, USA
REV. PHELPS PROTESTS AT COURTHOUSE IN LARAMIE WHERE GAY TRIAL BEGINNING.
Rev. Fred Phelps of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas takes part in an anti-gay protests behind a police officer at the courthouse site of the trial of one of the alleged attackers of gay student Matthew Shepard April 5. A hearing is expected later today in the trial of Russell Henderson, accused of murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery in Shephard's grisly beating death last October.

RTW/SV/AA
CAMPAIGN GORE
RTR16DF
February 11, 2000
U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Vice President Al Gore thanks Judy Shepard, (L) mother of slain...
Los Angeles, USA
AL GORE THANKS MATTHEW SHEPARDS MOTHER AT GAY RIGHTS EVENT IN LA.
U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Vice President Al Gore thanks Judy Shepard, (L) mother of slain gay Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard, for her endorsement after Gore spoke to gay activists at the Stonewall Democratic Club in Los Angeles, February 11. Gore is on a three-day campaign swing through California as he prepares to face rival Democratic candidate Bill Bradley in the crucial California primary on "Super Tuesday" March 7.

JRB
CAMPAIGN GORE
RTR16DS
February 11, 2000
U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Vice President Al Gore responds to the cheers of a crowd of gay...
Los Angeles, USA
GORE RESPONDS TO CHEERS OF GAY AUDIENCE AS SHEPARDS MOTHER LOOKS ON.
U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Vice President Al Gore responds to the cheers of a crowd of gay and lesbian activists at the Stonewall Democratic Club in Los Angeles, February 11, as Judy Shepard (L), mother of slain gay Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard, looks on. Shepard endorsed Gore's candidacy, saying that Gore will use presidential "power wisely to create a safer world.

JRB
LEISURE SUNDANCE PREMIERE
RTRA64
January 10, 2002
Director Moises Kaufman arrives for the opening night of the 2002
Sundance Film Festival for a screening...
Salt Lake City, USA
DIRECTOR MOISES KAUFMAN ARRIVES FOR OPENING NIGHT OF SUNDANCE FILM
FESTIVAL.
Director Moises Kaufman arrives for the opening night of the 2002
Sundance Film Festival for a screening of his film "The Laramie
Project" in Salt Lake City January 10, 2002. The film is set in the
aftermath of the 1998 Wyoming murder of 21-year old Matthew Shepard,
who was a homosexual. The festival is a showcase for independent
feature and documentary films. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
LEISURE SUNDANCE PREMIERE
RTRA69
January 10, 2002
Actress Clea Duvall arrives for the opening night of the 2002 Sundance
Film Festival for a screening...
Salt Lake City, USA
ACTRESS CLEA DUVALL ARRIVES FOR OPENING NIGHT OF SUNDANCE FILM
FESTIVAL.
Actress Clea Duvall arrives for the opening night of the 2002 Sundance
Film Festival for a screening of her film "The Laramie Project" in Salt
Lake City January 10, 2002. The film is set in the aftermath of the
1998 Wyoming murder of 21-year old Matthew Shepard, who was a
homosexual. The festival is a showcase for independent feature and
documentary films. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
LEISURE SUNDANCE PREMIERE
RTRA6I
January 10, 2002
Actor Joshua Jackson arrives for the opening night of the 2002 Sundance
Film Festival for a screening...
Salt Lake City, USA
ACTOR JOSHUA JACKSON AT OPENING NIGHT OF SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.
Actor Joshua Jackson arrives for the opening night of the 2002 Sundance
Film Festival for a screening of his film "The Laramie Project" in Salt
Lake City January 10, 2002. The film is set in the aftermath of the
1998 murder in Wyoming of 21-year old Matthew Shepard, who was a
homosexual. The festival is a showcase for independent feature and
documentary films. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
LEISURE SUNDANCE PREMIERE
RTRA6M
January 10, 2002
Geoff Gilmore (L) and Nicole Guillemet, co-directors of the Sundance
Film Festival, speak during the...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL CO DIRECTORS AT OPENING NIGHT OF FESTIVAL.
Geoff Gilmore (L) and Nicole Guillemet, co-directors of the Sundance
Film Festival, speak during the opening night of the 2002 festival
prior to a screening of the film "The Laramie Project" in Salt Lake
City January 10, 2002. The film is set in the aftermath of the 1998
Wyoming murder of 21-year old Matthew Shepard, who was a homosexual.
The festival is a showcase for independent feature and documentary
films. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
REDFORD
RTXKZ1K
January 10, 2002
Actor and director Robert Redford, founder of the Sundance Film Festival, speaks during the opening night...
Salt Lake City, USA
Actor and director Robert Redford, founder of the Sundance Film Festival, speaks during the opening .....
Actor and director Robert Redford, founder of the Sundance Film Festival, speaks during the opening night of the 2002 festival prior to a screening of the film "The Laramie Project" in Salt Lake City January 10, 2002. [The film is set in the aftermath of the 1998 murder of 21-year old Matthew Shepard, who was a homosexual and was dragged to his death in Wyoming. The festival is a showcase for independent feature and documentary films.]
KAUFMAN
RTXKZTD
January 10, 2002
Director Moises Kaufman arrives for the opening night of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival for a screening...
Salt Lake City, USA
Director Moises Kaufman arrives for the opening night of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival for a scre.....
Director Moises Kaufman arrives for the opening night of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival for a screening of his film "The Laramie Project" in Salt Lake City January 10, 2002. [The film is set in the aftermath of the 1998 Wyoming murder of 21-year old Matthew Shepard, who was a homosexual. The festival is a showcase for independent feature and documentary films.]
LEISURE SUNDANCE PREMIERE
RTRAIZ
January 11, 2002
Actor and director Robert Redford, founder of the Sundance Film
Festival, speaks during the opening...
Salt Lake City, United States of America
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL FOUNDER ROBERT REDFORD AT OPENING NIGHT OF
FESTIVAL.
Actor and director Robert Redford, founder of the Sundance Film
Festival, speaks during the opening night of the 2002 festival prior to
a screening of the film "The Laramie Project" in Salt Lake City January
10, 2002. The film is set in the aftermath of the 1998 murder of
21-year old Matthew Shepard, who was a homosexual and was dragged to
his death in Wyoming. The festival is a showcase for independent
feature and documentary films. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
LEISURE EMMY AWARDS
RTRAWX0
September 22, 2002
Actress Stockard Channing kisses one of her two Emmys at the 54th
annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, United States of America
STOCKARD CHANNING WITH HER TWO EMMYS AT THE EMMY AWARDS.
Actress Stockard Channing kisses one of her two Emmys at the 54th
annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles September 22, 2002. Channing won for
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role in "The
West Wing and the other for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a
Miniseries or Movie for her role in "The Matthew Shepard Story."
REUTERS/Mike Blake

FG
LEISURE EMMY AWARDS
RTRAWY5
September 22, 2002
Actress Stockard Channing holds her two Emmys at the 54th annual Emmy
Awards in Los Angeles September...
Los Angeles, United States of America
STOCKARD CHANNING HOLDS TWO AWARDS AT THE EMMY AWARDS.
Actress Stockard Channing holds her two Emmys at the 54th annual Emmy
Awards in Los Angeles September 22, 2002. Channing won for Outstanding
Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role in "The West Wing"
and the other for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or
Movie for her role in "The Matthew Shepard Story." REUTERS/Mike Blake

FG
LEISURE SAG AWARDS
RTRJO0Z
March 09, 2003
Stockard Channing holds her award after winning for Female Actor in a
Television Movie or Miniseries...
Los Angeles, United States of America
STOCKARD CHANNING WINS AT THE 9TH ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS.
Stockard Channing holds her award after winning for Female Actor in a
Television Movie or Miniseries for her role in "The Matthew Shepard
Story" at the 9th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine
Auditorium in Los Angeles March 9, 2003. REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB/ME
LEISURE SAG AWARDS
RTRJO21
March 09, 2003
Actress Stockard Channing (L) accepts her award for Outstanding
Performance by a Female Actor in a Television...
Los Angeles, United States of America
STOCKARD CHANNING WINS AT THE 9TH ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS.
Actress Stockard Channing (L) accepts her award for Outstanding
Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries from
actor Julianne Moore (R) at the 9th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles March 9, 2003. Channing
won for her part in "The Matthew Shepard Story". REUTERS/Mike Blake

BR/ME
LEISURE SAG AWARDS
RTRJO2V
March 09, 2003
Actor Stockard Channing poses for photographers with her Actor award
for Outstanding Performance by...
Los Angeles, United States of America
STOCKARD CHANNING DISPLAYS AWARD AT THE NINTH ANNUAL SCREEN ACTORS
GUILD AWARDS.
Actor Stockard Channing poses for photographers with her Actor award
for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or
Miniseries, at the ninth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the
Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, March 9, 2003. Channing won for her
part in "The Matthew Shepard Story." REUTERS/Fred Greaves

BR/SV
USA/OBAMA
RTXQ3ZB
October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew...
Washington, UNITED STATES
President Barack Obama delivers remarks at reception at the White House
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS HEADSHOT)
USA/OBAMA
RTXQ3ZM
October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Shepard and Byrd...
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. Matthew Shepard's mother Judy Shepard and James Byrd's sisters Louvon Harris and Betty Byrd Baotner stand behind Obama (L-R). REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
USA/OBAMA
RTXQ3ZQ
October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) arrives at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama arrives at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Shepard and Byrd Jr. Hate...
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) arrives at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. Matthew Shepard's parents Judy and Dennis Shepard, walk in front of Obama followed by James Byrd's sisters Betty Byrd Baotner and Louvon Harris (L-R). REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
USA/OBAMA
RTXQ3ZU
October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd R) arrives at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama arrives at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Shepard and Byrd Jr. Hate...
U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd R) arrives at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. Matthew Shepard's parents Judy and Dennis Shepard, walk in front of Obama followed by James Byrd's sister Louvon Harris (L-R). REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
USA/OBAMA
RTXQ3ZW
October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Shepard and Byrd...
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
USA/OBAMA
RTXQ3ZX
October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama greets James Byrd's sisters Louvon Harris and Betty Byrd Baotner (R) at a...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama greets Byrd's sisters Harris and Byrd Baotner at a reception commemorating the enactment...
U.S. President Barack Obama greets James Byrd's sisters Louvon Harris and Betty Byrd Baotner (R) at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
USA/OBAMA
RTXQ3ZZ
October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Shepard and Byrd...
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. Matthew Shepard's parents Judy and Dennis Shepard and James Byrd sister's Betty Byrd Baotner (L-R) stand on stage with Obama. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
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October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama talks to James Byrd's sisters Louvon Harris (L) and Betty Byrd Baotner (2nd...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama talks to Byrd's sisters Harris and Byrd Baotner and Shepard's mother Judy Shepard...
U.S. President Barack Obama talks to James Byrd's sisters Louvon Harris (L) and Betty Byrd Baotner (2nd R) and Matthew Shepard's mother Judy Shepard at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
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October 28, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama greets guests at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard...
Washington, UNITED STATES
President Barack Obama greets guests at a reception at the White House
U.S. President Barack Obama greets guests at a reception commemorating the enactment of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act at the White House in Washington October 28, 2009. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW PORTRAIT)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW PORTRAIT)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: PORTRAIT CRIME LAW PROFILE)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: PORTRAIT CRIME LAW HEADSHOT PROFILE)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW PORTRAIT)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: PORTRAIT CRIME LAW)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: PORTRAIT CRIME LAW)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: PORTRAIT CRIME LAW)
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February 17, 2013
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
New York, UNITED STATES
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn...
Judy Shepard, mother of 21-year-old murder victim Matthew Shepard, poses for a portrait in the Brooklyn borough of New York February 17, 2013. Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998, is one of the most highly publicized cases of a hate-crime against a gay person and has spawned anti-hate legislation, books, plays and movies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: PORTRAIT CRIME LAW)
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October 25, 2018
Judy and Dennis Shepard, parents of Matthew Shepard, a gay student who died following an attack in October...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Judy and Dennis Shepard, parents of Matthew Shepard, a gay student who died following an attack in October...
Judy and Dennis Shepard, parents of Matthew Shepard, a gay student who died following an attack in October 1998 are pictured at an event in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History where they donated some of his personal papers and objects, Washington, U.S., October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
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October 26, 2018
Judy and Dennis Shepard stand as the ashes of their late son Matthew Shepard, whose 1998 kidnap and murder...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Judy and Dennis Shepard stand as the ashes of their late son Matthew Shepard are brought to the front...
Judy and Dennis Shepard stand as the ashes of their late son Matthew Shepard, whose 1998 kidnap and murder cast widespread attention on hate crimes against gay people, are brought to the front of the church during a memorial service for the interment of his ashes at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, U.S. October 26, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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