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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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  • Queer high: Substance abuse in the LGBTQ community
    September 10, 2018 Ann NoonanThe rates of alcohol and other substance use and abuse are twice as high in the LGBTQ population as in the heterosexual and cisgender population, and the rates of incarceration, recidivism, and mental health issues are similarly inflated. Why is this? What social and political factors lead to these high rates? What role does the queer ...
  • Outsources: The Queer Pulpit: A Conversation with Reagan Humber
    September 3, 2018 It will be a surprise to no one that queer people sometimes find themselves in difficult positions when it comes to religion, Christianity included.   The radical inclusivity that Jesus of Nazareth preached is selectively ignored or subject to numerous caveats in modern day churches. Individual churches and entire denominations remain hostile or at best lukewarm to ...
  • OutSources: Queer Spoken Word Poets In Your Ears
    August 27, 2018 Andrea GibsonAndrea Gibson and Megan Falley join forces to educate, entrance, warm and amuse us on this segment of OutSources. They talk to you, the listener, and to each other about social justice issues, performing, and love. They will tell you some poems you will want to hear.   Andrea Gibson (image above) has been a Boulder spoken word ...
  • Outsources: Jeanne Winer’s Kind of Case!
    August 6, 2018 jeanne winerHost Glenda Russell talks with local attorney (including for the Amendment 2 case) and author Jeanne Winer about her latest novel “Her Kind of Case,” , and her life as a real attorney as well as a story teller. “Her Kind of Case,” will be published by Bancroft Press on August 15, 2018. The book is ...
  • OutSources: Queer Bodies/Queer Texts: A Conversation with Aimee Herman
    July 30, 2018 As our listeners may be aware, the slam and performance poetry scenes around the country and the world have rapidly expanded over the last two decades. Most major cities in the U.S. have a thriving poetry community, Denver included.   Local poet Andrea Gibson, for example, has won poetry competitions and championships and has developed a rather ...

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