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Rob Redding on race & losing his boyfriend to gun violence

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Rob Redding on race & losing his boyfriend to gun violence
February 22, 2018 7:00 PM
February 22, 2018 9:00 PM
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Bureau of General Services—Queer Division
January 31, 2018
Bureau of General Services—Queer Division
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Nationally syndicated talk host Rob Redding talks about his autobiography “Out Loud” which recounts how losing his first boyfriend to gun violence forced him out of the closet. “Out loud” is a story of race and sexuality that has been called “shocking” by CBS Radio. “Out loud” is available exclusively at his website Following Rob’s talk he will be joined in conversation by Terry Roethlein of Gays Against Guns.

Professor Robert Redding is a 20+ year veteran talk broadcaster with listeners in more than 20 states. Professor Redding is author of nine best-selling books and multiple musical compositions. His biography “Out Loud” has been called “shocking” by CBS and ranked No. 2 on The former Washington, D,C, journalist is the founder of, one of the oldest black news website, where “Out Loud” may be purchased. Born and raised in Atlanta, he has been covered by top newspapers all over the globe – The Guardian, Libération and the Washington Post. His visual artwork has also appeared in Art News, AM New York, Chelsea Now, Express and Gay City newspapers. He has been studied by the communication school at Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium in 2014; a dissertation for Florida State University in 2007 and is currently being studied at the University of Missouri. He teaches at Pace University.