Gay Students and Educators: Coming Out at School

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Dr. Chris Freeman earned his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University and teaches in the English Department at the University of Southern California.

He is a Monette-Horwitz Trust Prize Winner and a Lambda Literary Award-winning writer and editor of several books including West Hollywood: Reflections of Los Angeles and Under the Rainbow: An Intimate Memoir of Judy Garland and Rock Hudson and my Life in Old Hollywood.

He is one of the foremost Christopher Isherwood scholars and has appeared in numerous documentaries including Chris & Don: A Love Story. Dr. Freeman joins us to discuss coming out in the classroom. What are the risks? What is the value in showing that we are "everyone?"

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