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

  • OutSources – Dr. Glenda Russell: You Are Here

    Former OutSources collective member and occasional contributor, Dr. Glenda Russell surveys the current political and cultural landscape for LGBTQ communities in the recent past, now and suggestions for the future. Dr. Russell is an award-winning author, researcher, psychologist, speaker, and […]
  • Outsources- Welcome New Member Kelly Drumright!

    Host Elise Matatall interviews media maker and upcoming Outsources Collective member/host, Kelly Drumright. Kelly is also the co-host of a podcast called The Library Coven, that looks at young adult fiction books through an intersectional feminist lens. Visit their website […]
  • OutSources – Examining the Consequences of Machine Learning with Morgan Klaus Scheuerman

    Interview with Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, a doctoral student at the University of Colorado Boulder whose research focuses on how artificial intelligence and machine learning are connected to issues of social identity and discrimination. Morgan discusses how computing technology can further […]
  • OutSources: Pulling the Bricks of Injustice Out of the System: CO State Rep Leslie Herod

    In 2016, Colorado State Representative Leslie Herod was the first African American LGBT person elected to the State legislature. Herod has shepherded over 68 bills to the Governor’s desk for final signature in a wide variety of areas. In this […]
  • OutSources – Vox Feminista, Jamestown’s lesbian feminist theatre troupe!

    Carl Armon has a conversation with two members of Vox Feminista, Jamestown’s lesbian feminist theatre troupe that was in existence from 1991 to 2017, and includes performances by Vampyra, Lesbeau the Clown, the Church Ladies, and national poetry slam finalist […]
  • Outsources- Transnational feminisms and archival research with Stevie Gunter

    Host Elise Matatall picks the brilliant brain of archival librarian and musician Stevie Gunter. Read more about Stevie’s approach to archival work here: https://history.denverlibrary.org/news/staff-spotlight-stevie-gunter-archivist-librarian and check out their band, TúLips, on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tulips_denver/ Music credits: My New Shoes by Wes Watkins  
  • OutSources: Two Historians Reflect on Implications of Boulder’s Queer Political History

    Dr. Glenda Russell, former OutSources member, psychologist, researcher, teacher, historian, and writer interviews Cayden Stice, award winning recent UCB History graduate. They discuss some key elements of history starting with Cayden’s research on Boulder’s queer political history from the 1970s […]
  • Outsources-Queering Spirituality with The Reverend Cindy Pincus

    Host Elise Matatall chats religion, queer parties, spiritual care for burnout, and more with guest Reverend Cindy Pincus, an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister and queer community builder in Denver. Cindy provides Shamanic Healings, House Clearings, and Sacred Teachings through her […]
  • OutSources – Addressing Anti-Asian Hate and Building Solidarity: A Conversation with CORE

    OutSources’s Sean Kenney speaks with Winnie Pham and Ananda Dimock, two members of Community Organizing for Radical Empathy (CORE). Winnie and Ananda talk about CORE’s work in addressing injustice and fostering equitable organizations, particularly in the wake of the Atlanta […]
  • OutSources: Addicted to Public Service: CO State Rep David Ortiz

    On this Memorial Day when we remember those who died or were dramatically changed in service to this country, it seemed a good time to check in with the first CO State representative living with a physical disability to serve […]

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