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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: Of (Trans) Femmes and Freelancing
    October 16, 2017 sara rcJoin Angela Palermo for a conversation with Sara Connell during a Fall Fundraiser special live edition of Outsources. Sara very recently left her position of Education and Services Manager at Out Boulder County. She is heading out on new professional adventures as a freelancer. We discuss her time at Out Boulder and what her plans ...
  • OutSources: Dr. Krishna Pattisapu – Critical Engagement for a Better Future
    October 9, 2017 krisha pattisapuCritical Engagement for a Better Future. A Conversation with Krishna Pattisapu OutSources Sean Kenney with Dr. Krishna Pattisapu, current Director of Diversity Recruitment and Retention at the University of Colorado’s School of Education, and board member for Out Boulder County. Krishna draws on her personal experiences as she shares her thoughts on mentorship, being an ally, ...
  • Outsources: Bruce Vilanch, honoree at Reel Hope Boulder
    October 2, 2017 VilanchJewish Family Services is having its 5th Annual Reel Hope Boulder fundraiser. This year they have famed writer, comedian, actor, and songwriter Bruce Vilanch. Rising to fame in the 90’s he has had a career that has stayed strong for over two decades. Ryan Ayala discusses interviews him on this very candid, humorous episode.
  • OutSources: LGBTQ Resource Centers at Colorado colleges
    September 25, 2017 Steve WillichSteve Willich and host Karen Raforth guide Outsources listeners through some of the issues on Colorado and university campuses across the country. Starting with the Auraria campus that serves two universities and a community campus, they discuss why queer centers are still needed on campuses, 2017 issues on campus for students, names of centers and how ...
  • OutSources: Humor Me: Trans Women and Stand-Up Comedy
    September 4, 2017 Jaye McBrideHost Angela Palermo speaks with Jaye McBride, an out and proud trans woman and a stand-up comedian. She has performed at comedy clubs and college campuses across the country. Having transitioned in 2007, Jaye is uniquely qualified to talk about awkward first dates, strained family relationships and self-acceptance. Make no mistake though, Jaye McBride is not ...

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