LGBTQ+ inclusion in churches

I interview Jared Jaggers, a pastoral resident at Wilshire Baptist Church, about its recent LGBTQ+ inclusion decision and LGBTQ+ involvement in churches.

The Numbers Racket in our Apartment

My dad remembers his mother. There are some comments he makes that are offensive, but he says he is a product of his time. I however apologize if someone takes offense. From a cultural perspective, it does clearly show a...

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December 23, 2018
Jeanne Satterfield & Barbara Parham

“I remember seeing your face and I was shocked.” Longtime friends Barbara Parham and Jeanne Satterfield remember reconnecting at a place neither one of them expected to be — the Pine Street Inn homeless shelter — and taking their next...

Lauren Madrid & Becky Rodriguez

The struggles of being a gay woman and overcoming hateful experiences theough strength

LGBTQA+ Issues with Jacob Lorenz

In this interview, two students talk about the LGBTQ experience, what we would like to say to the world, specifically the current President of the United States

Talking Trans

A brief yet riveting interview with a close friend discussing his experience living as a transgender man in Albuquerque, New Mexico!! (Ahem, please excuse the occasional meowing and barking in the background.)

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December 4, 2018
Larry Dearmon & Stephen Mills

“One reason I love you so much is you know what I went through and you don’t feel threatened.” Larry Dearmon and Stephen Mills first met during the height of the AIDS epidemic. At StoryCorps, they looked back on the...

Today for You Tomorrow for Me

In today’s society people are celebrating LGBTQ people with parades and festivals, rather than spreading hatred towards them, but this wasn’t always the case. In November of 2018, 14 year old Sofia Brandon-Schwartz interviewed her father, Carlo Brandon to learn...

“What Are You?”

Sitting down with my mother and discussing what it was like growing up Native American, the culture shock that comes from moving from a big city to a small town, and opinions on why Native history and education is important...