Terrence Meck on LGBT grants, Eric Ross’ book for kids, teen activist Caleb Laieski

Terrence Meck on LGBT grants, Eric Ross’ book for kids, teen activist Caleb Laieski

In this special interview only episode, Phil Reese, Joe Mirabella, and D. Gregory Smith interviewed some outstanding leaders in the gay community.

Joe Mirabella interviewed Terrence Meck, the Executive Director of Palette Fund, an outstanding organizing that grants hundreds of thousands of dollars to deserving LGBT organizations.

Learn what the Palette Fund looks for in non-profits and what inspired Terrence to found the organizing.

Phil Reese interviewed Eric Ross, the author of the outstanding child’s book “My Uncle’s Wedding”. This book is perfect for younger audiences discovering same gender marriage for the first time.

We finished the episode with an impressive young man, 16-year-old Caleb Laieski, who was profiled this week by LGBTQ Nation.

Caleb is confronting his school in Arizona for their lack of response to the bullying he suffered for his sexual orientation. Don’t miss D. Gregory Smith’s conversation with Caleb. It will inspire you.

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Editor’s Note: Same Sex Sunday is a weekly news and politics round table, podcast discussion about LGBT issues, hosted by Phil Reese and Joe Mirabella.

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