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 Listen to Safe Schools Coalition on bloomingOUT Radio!

bloomingOUT is the only queer radio show in Indiana and one of few in the nation. Hosted by Helen Harrell and Joshua Sutton, and produced by Carol Fischer, bloomingOUT airs from Bloomington, Indiana every Thursday evening from 6 to 7 pm EST on WFHB Community Radio. You can hear it from around the world live-streaming. Listen LIVE every 4th Thursday of a month 6:45 - 6:55pm EST (3:45 - 3:55 PST).   http://www.wfhb.org/bloomingout/

Listen to past shows in the archives that include someone from Safe Schools Coalition and more:

bloomingOUT - September 22, 2011: Our first show: a conversation with Public Health Educator and co-chair of the Safe Schools Coalition Beth Reis.

bloomingOUT - October 27, 2011: Tracy Flynn from Safe Schools Coalition provides suggestions for caring adults about what they can do to address bullying and protect potential victims.

bloomingOUT - December 22, 2011: Washington state trainer and consultant Tracy Flynn discuss what parents and guardians can do in response to bullying; Gabi Clayton discuss school bullying. Gabi got involved with Safe Schools Coalition in 1996 after her 17 year old bisexual son Bill committed suicide in 1995, one month after being beaten based on his sexual orientation  .

bloomingOUT - January 26, 2012: Director of Outreach and Partners in Prevention Education (PiPE) with Safe Schools Coalition in Olympia WA Rosalinda Noriega talks about the increasing numbers of homeless LGBT youth nationally and the organizational programming in place to assist them.

bloomingOUT - February 23, 2012: Director and Consultant Tracy Flynn from Safe Schools Coalition talks about the new Human Rights Campaign national initiative Welcoming Schools.

bloomingOUT - March 22, 2012: Director Beth Reis from the Safe Schools Coalition provides resources, suggestions and positive arguments for classroom discussion about marriage and related issues.

bloomingOUT - April 26, 2012: Gabi Clayton from the Safe Schools Coalition  discusses suicide and prevention among lgbt youth.

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