Destroying the Diversity & Inclusion Narrative

Julie and Torin are serious about destroying the lame, losing and punitive Diversity and Inclusion narrative while chasing a narrative of ambition and freedom to explore.

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2020: Crazy and the King Style

In a positive week for the LGBTQ community, Pete Buttigieg is nominated to be Sec. of Transportation. If nominated, he will become the first openly gay Secretary level member of the Cabinet. Then SCOTUS refuses to hear Indiana's Birth Certificate case validating the lower court's decision to support same sex parental rights. Pinterest, Mackenzie Scott, and Torin's top 5 of the year wrap up our holiday month show.

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Cred:

Production and Music by: Marcel "DjCellz" Boykin

Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay

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