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Out in the Bay - 11/1/12 - outLoud Radio
Old and Young Share Stories, Make Web Radio and Audio Art
Dottie, now in her 70s, was expelled from her all-girls high school for kissing other students. Teenager Niko was born a girl, but felt more like a boy. Dottie is an elder in OutLoud Radio’s Inter-generational Storytelling Project; Niko was in an OutLoud Radio summer program. Hear their tales and more -- some of OutLoud Radio's best past pieces and new works-in-progress -- on this week's Out in the Bay. OutLoud has been helping young people make positive change through web radio and audio art since 2002. OutLoud director Noah Miller also tells about his early experiences in radio and why he founded the queer youth audio training program 10 years ago. Eric Jansen hosts.