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bloomingOUT - January 19, 2012

From: WFHB
Series: bloomingOUT
Length: 01:01:30

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Hosts Helen Harrell and Joshua Sutton speak with with IU student Stephen Hammoor; Michael Reece Director, of IU’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion; Shani Robbins, Crisis Intervention Services Coordinator for Middle Way House; our featured artist of the week was Kentucky native, singer/musician/writer/arranger, John Edmonds. Read the full description.

Bloomingout-prx_logo-march_20_small This week Helen & Joshua chatted with IU student Stephen Hammoor about ways to make Bloomington a more inclusive place to live.  Director, of IU’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion Michael Reece stopped by with more information about health and welfare and Shani Robbins, Crisis Intervention Services Coordinator for Middle Way House came back to discuss LGBT invisibility, especially as it relates to domestic violence. Our featured artist of the week was Kentucky native, singer/musician/writer/arranger, John Edmonds.  Your weekly queer radio show on WFHB 6-7pm EST.

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This week Helen & Joshua chatted with IU student Stephen Hammoor about ways to make Bloomington a more inclusive place to live.  Director, of IU’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion Michael Reece stopped by with more information about health and welfare and Shani Robbins, Crisis Intervention Services Coordinator for Middle Way House came back to discuss LGBT invisibility, especially as it relates to domestic violence. Our featured artist of the week was Kentucky native, singer/musician/writer/arranger, John Edmonds.  Your weekly queer radio show on WFHB 6-7pm EST.

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