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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Canada's “Queer Decade”!

Part One of an award-winning radio documentary recalls the first equality case that kicked off Canada's Queer Decade: 1995 -2005. Produced by veteran This Way Out correspondent Heather Kitching for CiTR - Vancouver, B.C., it features comments by pioneering human rights attorney Barbara Findlay and national gay lobby leader Lawrence Aaronovitch.

Queer Life and Lit Commentator Janet Mason leafs through books about an Aussie drag queen (From Darkness to Diva by Skye High) and a trailblazing New York Times HIV/AIDS reporter (Dying Words: The AIDS reporting of Jeff Schmalz by Samuel G. Friedman with Kerry Donahue).

Team LGBT has Olympic moments of glory and ingloriousness this week in Rio!

And in NewsWrap: Belizean Chief Justice overturns anti-gay law against "carnal intercourse,” Georgia's president vetoes marriage equality referendum, Alabama’s Roy Moore may be less again, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Michael LeBeau and Jessica Andrea (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).

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