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#88 SMALL TOWN HOMO and OLYMPIC BURN OUT

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SMALL TOWN HOMOS BURN OUT ON THE OLYMPICS

ROYNATION is happy to be home and it's not Kansas anymore.  We'll be talking to an activist about how he got the flag to City Hall and what life is like for Queers in Sault Ste. Marie.

We'll be closer to home and when we talk to another activist who challenged small minds that refused to serve him and his boyfriend in a Mimico restaurant.

And then, we'll be talking about the Olympics.  They're over and it seems like nobody did anything.  Queers are dealing with the aftermath of a really bad time.

GUESTS

THEODORE SYRETTE, activist and small town boy - Sault Ste. Marie small town.

BRAM ZEIDENBERG, activist, musician and community organizer.  Most recently, Bram co-founded a Not-For-Profit called SAFE, which stands for Social Action for Equality.https://www.facebook.com/safemeetup

ANDREA HOUSTON, activist, journalist, writer

You can take the homo out of the country, but you can't take the homo out of the boy!

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