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Outsources is KGNU’s weekly program that focuses on issues relevant to the LGBTQ community. It airs Mondays from 6:30pm-7:00pm.

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  • OutSources: Queer Asterisk:  Trans Therapy and Community in Boulder
    March 5, 2018 Join Outsources host Angela Palermo for a conversation with Queer Asterisk’s three Directors:  Sorin Thomas, Brett Adamek and Luca Pax.  They are, respectively, the Clinical Director, Program Director and Director of Community Relations.  The election of Donald Trump has triggered an ugly backlash against trans people and queer folks in general.  An already toxically transphobic ...
  • OutSources: Where Justice and Compassion Meet – A Conversation with Owen Ziegler
    February 26, 2018 owen zieglerThis week on OutSources, host Sean Kenney speaks with Owen Ziegler, a paralegal and language interpreter for a Denver-based private practice immigration firm. Owen calls on his personal and professional experiences in discussing issues of immigration, mental health, and legal protections. Advocacy and activism is a central theme of the thoughts that Owen shares.   Information on ...
  • Allies Series: Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples
    February 19, 2018 Jerilyn DeCoteau, Paula PalmerThis edition of the allies series, which offers thoughts on how we can act as allies to groups who are currently facing political attacks (i.e., virtually all marginalized groups), explores the question of how non-Native folks can act as allies to Native peoples. Janis Bohan and Glenda Russell talk with Jerilyn DeCoteau (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) and ...
  • OutSources: Kim & Kim: A (Trans) Life in Comics
    January 29, 2018 mags-7Join Outsources host Angela Palermo for a conversation with trans woman comics writer Magdalene Visaggio.  Magdalene is the creator of the Kim & Kim comics series.  The two Kim’s, trans woman Kim Quatro and her cisgender best friend Kim Dantzler, are planet-hopping, interdimensional queer bounty hunters who carry out their assignments with a punk rock, ...
  • OutSources: The Women’s March and Voices from the Queer Community
    January 22, 2018 Women's March LogoThis week’s episode highlights queer voices in Colorado, specifically in recognition of last weekend’s Women’s March. The first half of our show features queer voices from last Saturday’s march, representing a range of backgrounds, motivations, frustrations, and hopes. In light of these perspectives, the latter half of the episode includes an excerpt of our conversation with Nikki ...

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