A wonderful resource available for free, the American Archive of Public Broadcasting has collected over 40,000 hours of clips (both video and audio) from public broadcasting programs of the last 60 years. A collaboration between the Library of Congress and WGBH (Boston’s PBS affiliate), AAPB has curated many “special collections” as well that focus on one topic or event.
Here’s a link out to their collection on the Stonewall Uprising, which includes an array of pertinent interview clips, as well as links to related resources.
This would be a great resource both for research requests (middle through high school and beyond) as well as integrating into programming to help introduce or supplement topics.
Here’s a screenshot of some suggested topics the AAPB covers: