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From Backcourt to the Backhand Scott True, the Lady Knights basketball coach speaks of some of his struggles as a young man pursuing athletics.
Homophobia is a Sin Stan "JR" Zerkowski, Executive Director of Fortunate Families and Facilitator of Catholic LGBT Ministry in Lexington, KY, speaks about Catholic LGBTQ+ Ministry. Every person is made in the image of God. We must safeguard and celebrate the dignity of every person: those in our high schools, our parishes, our communities and, especially, those on the peripheries.
It's About Us! In an impromptu conversation with my neighbor David Castillo this summer we discuss being born in Mexico, but being raised in America and his recent stint teaching English in Mexico. Regarding issues of diversity and inclusion David says, "...we like to think of it like a 'them' and a 'us', but really it's all about us."
It's Over Now - Joellen D'Angelo 2018 graduate Joellen D'Angelo speaks about how bullying has affected her family at the "It's Over Now" anti-bullying rally sponsored by the Anthany and Eunice Beatty Foundation, Sts. Peter and Paul Regional School and Lexington Catholic High School. Anna Thiel begins and ends the podcast with "This is Me" from "The Greatest Showman."
Kelsea Rookard on Cancer Ms. Rookard speaks about dealing with the diagnosis of cancer at the age of 23.
Kevin Ellery on Sports, Race and School Resource teacher Kevin Ellery sits down with David Wu to discuss the complexities of being black in America.
Lee Tegt (N.O.B.L.E. Part 1) Social Studies teacher Lee Tegt speaks about the experience of losing his mother at the age of 14.
Madison Woodrum on Muscular Dystrophy Senior Madison Woodrum, member of the diversity club speaks about her life, interests and dealing with Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy.
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