Posted by on March 15, 2019 4:00 pm
Originally From: Instinct Mag

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When one man realized there weren’t enough people out there telling stories about LGBTQ people of color, he decided to be the change he wanted to see.

31-year-old Reggie Condra, who works at the Pierson Library in Shelburne, recently celebrated a year of recording interviews with queer people of color. He created “Brown ‘n Out” to hold a “podcast about LGBTQ People of Color in Vermont.”

Condra’s goal was to create a platform for Queer POC’s voices and specifically from everyday folk. And after a year of doing so, he’s found a stride and purpose in spotlighting the everyday struggles and triumphs of life.

With guests ranging from actors to university employees and topics ranging from astrology, the rationality of Satanism, and parental relationships, Condra has stayed commented to shining a light on

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