Smaller communities have unique challenges and opportunities for LGBTQ+ residents. An author who profiled the queer community in one Midwestern city shares her experience. also We also talk with a Wisconsin professor about how journalists can keep their readers and listeners engaged in the news.
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Technological changes and attacks on media have eroded public trust in journalism and the news media. A UW-Madison journalism professor joins us to share her new book on how journalists can better engage their communities and build trust with their audiences.
What does LGBTQ community look like outside of the Midwest's big cities?
A lot of big cities have established LGBTQ communities, but what does that community look like outside the Midwest’s largest urban centers? We talk to the author of the new book “Queering the Midwest” about her time trying to answer that question in a small Midwestern city.
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