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

  • OutSources – Our Place in the Dream: Bayard Rustin

    In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the OutSources collective is excited to bring you an episode from our Evergreen Archive, “Our Place in the Dream: Bayard Rustin,” produced by former member Shevonne Nelson, originally aired on January 20, […]
  • The Nonbinary Hebrew Project

    OutSources host kelly drumright (they/elle) interviews Nonbinary Hebrew Project collaborators Lior Gross (they/them) and Eyal Rivlin (he/him) about the genealogy and impacts of this initiative. Learn more at nonbinaryhebrew.com    Music credits: Danya Uriel & Eyal Rivlin – “Coming Home”,  […]
  • Outsources – Queer affirming spaces with Good Judy Garage, and interview with Heidi Beedle

    Host Elise Matatall processes some feelings about the Club Q tragedy, and shares interview responses from Faith Haug, co-owner of the queer and trans-affirming auto shop Good Judy Garage. Faith is also the organizer behind one major Gofundme for survivors. There […]
  • OutSources: Community and Care in the Wake of the Club Q Shooting

    For some insights and answers, we revisit a conversation from 2016 between Dr. Janis Bohan and Dr. Glenda Russell, who has spent more than two decades doing research, writing, consulting, and therapy around precisely these questions. Alongside this 2016 interview, […]
  • OutSources – Eric Sawyer Acts Up: Strategies We Can Use

    Dr. Glenda Russell, psychologist, writer, and activist returns to speak with Eric L. Sawyer. Eric and Glenda discuss his life coming out at CU in the 1970s, the activities of ACT UP NY and the fear, misinformation and discrimination faced […]
  • OutSources- LGBTQ Inclusion in End-of-Life Care with Dr. Carey Candrian

    Host Elise Matatall hears about barriers and opportunities for LGBTQ older adults navigating hospice and end-of-life care from the brilliant, heart-open professor Dr. Carey Candrian. Follow Carey on Twitter @CandrianCarey. Find out more about some of the resources shared by […]
  • OutSources: Queer Perspectives on the CO State Board of Education and Revising the Social Studies Curriculum

    OutSources host kelly drumright (they/elle) interviews Mardi Moore (she/her, Director of Out Boulder County) and Neil Fishman (he/him, scientist and concerned citizen-activist) about the revision process for Colorado’s K-12 social studies curriculum and the State School Board’s actions. We focus […]
  • OutSources: Hope, Inspiration and Motivation

    OutSources Collective members (Carl, Elise, Joel, Karen and Sean) who reflect on what gives them hope, inspiration and motivation. Tune in-you might find something or someone who helps you through the turbulence ahead. https://aa.kgnu.net/audioarchives/Outsources/2022/Outsources_2022-10-10.mp3 We want to recognize Indigenous Peoples […]
  • OutSources – Horror, Camp, and The Queer Spectator with Andy Scahill

    Take a journey through horror history with film professor Andy Scahill as he schools host Elise Matatall on how delightful it is to be bad. Dr. Scahill is movie buff and queer community creator through his new film series called […]
  • OutSources: Fighting  for Equality: Greg Bourke

    Dr. Glenda Russell interviews Greg Bourke. He and his husband, Michael DeLeon were among the plaintiffs in the marriage equality suit that went from Kentucky to the US Supreme Court. Greg pushed for ten years to get the US Boy […]

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