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Monday, August 23, 2010

Melbourne Cafe Days Ca. 1951

Now playing ... week of August 23, 2010

Historian Ruth Ford shares fond memories with 3CR's Marian Prickett about trailblazing lesbian Val Eastwood and the Melbourne coffee shop that liberated uptight 1950s Australia.

Plus a Rainbow Minute salutes "Deborah Sampson - The First Woman to Join the [U.S.] Army as a Man" (produced by Judd Proctor and Brian Burns; read by Jeff Schultes).

And in NewsWrap: U.S. appeals court leaves California couples waiting at the altar, Mexico City marrieds gain adoption rights, German partners win inheritance tax breaks, court action shields a DADT discharge-threatened top gun, and more news reported by Sheri Lunn and Greg Gordon.

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