Beyond Pink and Blue: Rebecca Grant, Defining Fairness

Rebecca Grant was a Staff Sergeant in the Army National Guard. Twelve years into her military career, a fellow soldier found and circulated a picture of her wearing a dress. The Army took issue with the photo because she had enlisted and had been serving as maleā€”her biological sex. Rebecca is now the president of… Continue reading Beyond Pink and Blue: Rebecca Grant, Defining Fairness

LGBTQ Community More Than Black & White: Tiff Gonzales, Defining Fairness

Tiff Gonzales is a fourth-generation Mexican American, native to Texas, who identifies as queer both in gender identity and sexual orientation. Tiff moved to Louisville five and a half years ago for work. She says when we talk about race in Louisville, we’re generally only talking about black and white. Latino issues re rarely part… Continue reading LGBTQ Community More Than Black & White: Tiff Gonzales, Defining Fairness

myTunes: Music and Identity

Saturday, November 7, 2009 Producer: CBC Radio 2 Listen Again Today, it seems, everyone has the opportunity to create their very own personal soundtrack to their lives. There’s a very simple reason that the iPod starts with the letter “I”. On this episode of The Nerve, host Jowi Taylor examines how music plays an integral… Continue reading myTunes: Music and Identity