The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 13, 2005


Gays in the heartland – gay life outside the "gay meccas";
Cheryl McKettrick, lesbian mother in Cincinnati, Ohio, plaintiff in
case to establish equal rights to her child;
Howard Bayliss, board chair of Equality Alabama, lives in
Paul Clifford, resident of Newark, California; producer and host of a
monthly cable TV show sponsored by PFLAG;
Nancy Brink, lesbian minister in Omaha, Nebraska

Rabbi Arik Asherman with Rabbis for Human Rights.


Parenting with Opal Palmer Adisa — Celebrating fatherhood;
John Ellis, father and writer;
Melda Beaty, Editor of My Soul to His Spirit: Soulful
Expressions from Black Daughters to Their Fathers

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