Monday, July 22, 2019

Ken Schneck

Ken Schneck
Ken Schneck is an author, professor, radio host, and rabble rouser. His travelogue, "Seriously, What Am I Doing Here?: The Adventures of a Wondering and Wandering Gay Jew" was published in 2017, "LGBTQ Cleveland" was released in 2018, and "LGBTQ Columbus" hits the shelves in June of 2019. He is a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post, Cleveland Magazine and FreshWater Cleveland. For 10 years, he was the producer/host of "This Show is So Gay," the award-winning, long-running radio show/podcast, and will launch “The Do Gooder Podcast” this September. In his spare time, he is a Professor of Education at Baldwin Wallace University where he teaches courses on antiracism and communities organizing for social change.
Following the recent murder and assault of two gay men in Detroit via Grindr, BRAVO offers tips to stay safe
Mere days after Medina became the 25th community in Ohio to pass comprehensive protections for the LGBTQ+ community, it would seem the fight is not over yet.
Prizm News / July 10, 2019 / By Ken Schneck (Photos courtesy of Sandy Varndell) How one passionate mother helped lead Medina to offer protections to the LGBTQ+ community When Medina this week became the 25th community in Ohio to pass comprehensive protections for the LGBTQ+ community, that victory didn’t just spontaneously happen. This huge leap forward...
After a 3+ hour meeting on Monday night and in front of an overflowing crowd of hundreds, Medina took a huge step forward in the fight for equality as they became the 25th Ohio community to pass comprehensive protections for the LGBTQ+ community.
Over 200 businesses, many of which operate with a strong presence here in Ohio, have signed a “friend of the court” brief in support of LGBTQ+ rights. This public stance comes in advance of an upcoming Supreme Court case that will determine whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 also protects on the basis of gender identity and sexual orientation.
Prizm News / July 8, 2019 / By Ken Schneck (Above) Equitas Health Float at Cincinnati Pride 2019 – Photo by Teri Sanders(Featured Image) Nina West at Columbus Pride 2019 – Photo by Staley Munroe 5 things you need to do to keep Pride Month going the entire year Sure, the calendar seems to have moved on from June, but just because...
Sad. Bad. Happy. Good. Sure, these could all be the normal course of emotions that humans experience in a given day. But for Madeline Eckhart and Natalie Grace Martin, this range of feelings represents an umbrella of experiences powerful enough to inspire an entire album.
The shouts of joy in Raleigh, North Carolina could be heard all the way in Ohio as Stonewall Sports, a national LGBTQ+ and ally sports organization, announced their selection of Cleveland as the host city for the 7th Annual Stonewall National Tournament and Summit taking place July 10-12, 2020.
We all know the culture-altering power of protesting, marching, and picketing. A new documentary adds another—and unexpected—form of activism to the mix: swimming.
With a history that dates back to 1973 when a group of LGBTQ men and women gathered on Fountain Square to march for gay rights, Cincinnati Pride was joyously held this past weekend in the Queen City.