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Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

Tracy Baim and the Windy City Times

In September 1985, Tracy Baim and three colleagues founded the Windy City Times, a weekly LGBT print newspaper that also uses print and social media as ways to reach communities in the Chicago area. During this time, talk of the LGBT community was a sensitive and closeted subject, however, Baim and her team found this to be a great time […]

A Question of Authority

A Question of Authority

To speak or to write with authority, one must be knowledgeable and not just opinionated. It is not that opinions do not matter; it is only that anyone may have one. Bloggers who pretend to journalism are like television news presenters, who may look and sound like authorities but who lack the actual depth of […]

The Historical Model – “Boldly Inclusive”

The Historical Model – “Boldly Inclusive”

Inclusivity is perhaps the single most important human need to facilitate and demonstrate fairness for all members in an open and free society. When this principle need is compromised by appearances of unscrupulous, self-interested, privileged elites to perpetuate a systemic widening disparity between socioeconomic classes, favoring exclusivity, it is eminently imperative to galvanize public opposition […]

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