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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: Sexual Assault, Rape Culture and the Queer Community
    June 26, 2017 dr janineJoin Angela Palermo for a conversation with Dr. Janine D’Anniballe. Dr. D’Anniballe is a licensed psychotherapist, Director of Trauma Services at Mental Health Partners and oversees Moving to End Sexual Assault (or MESA) in Boulder.  She has provided training and consultation to attorneys, law and military personnel, mental health professionals, victim advocates, and university staff in ...
  • OutSources: The Poetry of Scars – Activism and Writing with Willy Wilkinson
    June 12, 2017 willy wilkinsonHost Sean Kenny speaks with writer, activist, and consultant Willy Wilkinson.  They discuss Willy’s work in the public health sector, as well as some of the obstacles that transgender people and transgender men in particular face in navigating institutions and engaging in activism. Willy also talks about how other facets of his identity, including age, ability ...
  • Outsources: Allies series: Indigenous / First Nations people and their allies
    June 5, 2017 OutsourcesIn response to the threats raised during the the 2016 campaign and election against various marginalized groups such as immigrants, women, people of color, and religious minorities, hosts Glenda Russell and Janis Bohan are producing a series of programs focused on how to be an effective ally to marginalized groups. For this series, we are ...
  • Outsources: “ME” – Mary Elizabeth Rider
    May 29, 2017 ME Rider“ME” – Mary Elizabeth Rider is a TEDxAnchorage speaker, social worker, and consultant who has worn many different hats in consulting, mental health, human services, nonprofits, politics, philanthropy, and the arts. ME has spent the past few decades in Anchorage. Listen to her insights about Alaska, Anchorage, the LGBT community there and issues that are common (few ...
  • OutSources: Frauleins and Fascism
    May 22, 2017 Caroline WoodsThis week on OutSources, Angela Palermo has a conversation with writer Caroline Woods. Her recently published novel Fraulein M. is set in two different time periods and locations:  Germany in the 1920s and 30s and the U.S. in the year 1970.  The novel deals extensively with memory, identity, family (of all sorts) and the consequential choices we ...

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