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(August 1, 2017) OutCasting 38 and 39: a look back at the Stonewall uprising, the 1969 riots at the Stonewall Inn that marked a turning point in LGBTQ activism. Our guest for this two part series is Karla Jay, an author, activist, and retired Distinguished Professor of Queer Studies and Women's Studies. Listen »
(August 1, 2017) OutCasting Overtime — OutCaster Brianna remembers the Pulse massacre in Orlando in June 2016 and reflects on the turbulent changes the LGBTQ community has seen in the 14 months since then.
(June 30, 2017) OutCasting Overtime — OutCaster Alex talks about his "gay voice" and his feelings about it.
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