Out in the Bay radio show & podcast returns
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Out in the Bay, the LGBT radio show and podcast, returns after a four-year hiatus. In its return episode, producer Eric Jansen hosts a discussion on LGBTQ responses to anti-Black violence.
Wednesday, June 17, listen at 8:30am and 6:30pm. The show repeats Saturday, June 20 at 9:30am on KSFP 102.5 FM San Francisco, and as archived on www.OutintheBay.org.
"We did not plan to relaunch Out in the Bay during a global pandemic, nor in the wake of George Floyd's killing and resulting protests over ongoing police violence and systemic racism," wrote host and producer Eric Jansen in a press statement. "Here we are though, continuing our mission to advance civil rights by sharing queer stories with the world via broadcast and podcast."
Queer Response to Anti-Black Violence and Systemic Racism includes guests Earl Fowlkes Jr., president and CEO of the Center For Black Equity; Tuquan Harrison, LGBTQI+ policy and program officer at the San Francisco Human Rights Commission; and Janelle Luster, program associate at The Transgender District.
Over the coming months, Out in the Bay will feature artists, activists, business owners, civic engagement leaders, writers, and everyday people.
Jansen said he'll post a new episode every week on the show's website, where listeners can hear past shows, sign up for podcasts, and more, or listen or stream live on KSFP 102.5 FM San Francisco every Wednesday at 8:30am and 6:30pm, and Saturdays at 9:30am.