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bloomingOUT – August 22, 2013


Mother, social activist, Blues Music Award winner, singer/songwriter and former Virginia State Teacher of the Year Gaye Adegbalola talks about racism, feminism, her current productions and new singing group The Wild Rutz. Musical selection is “Blues for your Greens” from her children’s CD “Blues in All Flavors.” Organizational Committee Member Jamie Brazel is in studio with information about the upcoming Open, Welcoming and Affirming Conference for faith communities to be held at the First United Church in Bloomington 23-25 August. Helen highlights Langston Hughes and the evolution of patriarchal dominance on two editions of Queerher/history.



Producer Carol Fischer

Executive producer Alycin Bektesh

Associate Producer Sarah Hetrick

News Director Josh Vidrich,

Original theme music provided by Mikial Robertson

Announcer Elaine Bell

Board Engineer Sarah Hetrick

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