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New Oral History Project Captures Black LGBTQ Life In Atlanta
A new oral history project reaches back over the decades for stories of black queer people in Atlanta. It highlights shifting sites of connectedness across the city.
Ashley Coleman Taylor is the principle investigator for the oral history project as well as an instructor of women's studies at Agnes Scott College. She spoke about the importance of centering black queer stories in Atlanta. We also spoke with Rev. Duncan Teague, from Abundant LUUv Unitarian Universalist Church, who worked with Taylor on the project."On Second Thought" host Virginia Prescott speaking with Ashley Coleman Taylor and Rev. Duncan Teague.
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