OutCasting youth participant Nicole S. and executive producer Marc Sophos were interviewed on The Michelangelo Signorile Show on SiriusXM Progress 127.  They talked about how Outcasting began in 2011 and about the latest episode of Outcasting, which delves into marriage equality as it applies to bi-national couples.

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From Signorile.com:

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Today On The Signorile Show!

4:05pm ET — A groundbreaking program is providing a platform for the lives and experiences of LGBT individuals within the context of mainstream public radio.  Called "Outcasting," the radio program is produced by LBGT youths and straight allies and broadcasts on more than 40 public radio stations affiliated with the Pacifica Radio Network.  The program serve as a resource for LBGT youth across America and injects an LGBT narrative into the conversation surrounding mainstream radio that historically lacks this kind of perspective.  It has covered education, bullying, suicide prevention, lack of visibility of LGBTQ youth, legal services for people living with HIV, and most recently, marriage equality as it applies to bi-national couples.  It is a production of Media for the Public Good, a nonprofit independent public media producer based in New York.  Joining us to talk about the program is Marc Sophos is the creator and executive producer and OutCasting youth participant Nicole.  You can also follow OutCasting on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Tumblr.

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