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deLIBERnATION Season 2 Premiere with Jen Foster

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We begin Season 2 of deLIBERnATION on a somber note. Teen suicides across the United States are on the rise. There's new attention toward bullying and protecting LGBT youth. While the head of the American Fami9ly Association claims that less “gay teens” would mean less teen suicides, that's really the most simplistic, idiotic answer to a complex issue. Tonight we'll talk about how things do get better. We're keeping in touch with our roots and the theme is empowerment and hope that springs from knowing “it DOES get better!”

In our first Season we chatted with business people, entrepreneurs, actors, soap opera fans and individuals who are making a difference in their communities. One thing we've learned during this time is there are many folks like us across North America who really do believe that by working together, “common people” can make an incredible impact on society.

Enter Jen Foster a Houston, TX native who is fulfilling her dreams as singer, song writer and artist in Nashville. Tonight we'll talk about Jen's journey of self discovery and what facilitated her to write her new song, “This Is Me” which was made available to the public earlier this week on National Coming Out Day. We'll discuss how she became involved with the web soap series “Venice” and we'll get Jen's take on music and entertainment today.

There's an amazing lesson to be learned from Jen's saga as she performs in coffee houses, auditoriums and concert halls across America. If you've been a fan of Jen Foster, tonight is your chance to get your question in and chat with us. If you haven't, visit her website at http://jenfoster.com to learn more. If you've listened to any of our shows, you know we ask the questions that matter – no fluff or hero worship – just straight talk. Tonight's show promises to be emotional, honest and empowering! Hear Jen's story, experience her artistry and leave knowing that one person can make a difference.
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LGBT issues
empowerment
music and the arts
education
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