Thank goddess our editor Sarah Brown (she/her) hops from behind the mic to in front of it, because the verdict of the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd is in- we react, our honest thoughts, feelings, and what’s next. Then in Broadway news we talk about our Sparkling Diamond Karen Olivio’s departure from Moulin Rouge in protest of the industry’s ignoring of big time producer Scott Rudin’s abuse – and dive into the systemic nature of his behavior. Where’s HR? James have taken the bait and fallen down the rabbit hole with the Netflix documentary Seaspircy. In the main Korner, in honor of National Day of Silence, and on the heels of the Bachelor’s Colton Underwoods coming out, James walks us through the importance of The National Day of Silence, it’s meaning, and what it means queer folks, particularly youth. Then Sarah shows us what reparations can look like in supporting Black businesses, in her own BQQVC Korner, and really has all the items you’ll need for your next 4/20!
**Note** We do talk about issues of suicide in this episode as it continues to be an epidemic amongst queer youth, so if these subjects are disturbing to you, take care of yourself.
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GUEST CO-HOST: Sarah Brown (she/her), Is a queer artist/content creator Libra sun and pices moon.She loves horror movies,anime and all things vegitarian. When shes not editing Minority Korner you can find her hosting her own show The Queerience which takes an indepth look at the queer expierience.IG:@sbrownsays @thequeeriencepodcast
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- Karen Olivio Leaves Moulin Rouge over Silence
- Bachelor Star Colton Underwood Comes out
National Day of Silence
- LGBT Suicide Linked to Bullying
- GSA Day of Silence FAQ's
- Out History: National Day of Silence
- Pacer: National Bullying Stats
- NBC News: Study of Percent of LGBTQ Suicide
If you or someone you know is considering suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
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