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Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2021, Sept 1).  ​   [Audio podcast].  Tara talks to Karleen Pendleton Jiménez, at the Faculty of Education, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. 
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2021, Sept 1).  ​   [Audio podcast].  Tara talks to Lee Airton, the Lead Researcher behind an exciting new advocacy website on gender expression and gender identity: www.gegi.ca
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug. (Producers). (2021, Dec 1) [Audio Podcast]Tara talks to Camille Blanchard Séguin, Jared Boland, and Miriam Greenblatt about the challenges of creating gender neutral language practices in French and the activism of youth in French language schools around issues of gender and sexuality.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers). (2022, Jan 15, 2022) [Audio podcast]Tara talks to Tyson Seburn who has recently published a book for English Language teachers called How to Write Inclusive Materials.  In the interview Tyson discusses what inclusive English language materials look like and what English language teachers and curriculum writers need to consider. 
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers). (2022, Jan 15, 2022) [Audio podcast]Tara talks to Tyson Seburn who has recently published a book for English Language teachers called How to Write Inclusive Materials.  In the interview Tyson discusses what inclusive English language materials look like and what English language teachers and curriculum writers need to consider. 
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers). (2022, May 19) [Audio podcast]Tara talks to Professors Tania Ferfolja and Jackie Ullman who are completing a research project called What Parents Want. The project explores parents' needs and desires around gender and sexuality education in their children’s schools.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2021, Jan 1).  Tara talks to Professor Harper Keenan from the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia about two recent research projects: Building Blocks: Race, Gender and Early Education project and Drag Pedagogy.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2021, Feb 1).  Tara talks to Professor Lance McCready from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education about his ongoing research on the educational trajectories of Black Queer Youth.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2021, Mar 1).Tara talks to Professor Andrew Campbell from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and Queen’s University about his ongoing research on LGBTQ issues in the Jamaican media.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers) (2021, Apr 1).  [Audio podcast].Tara talks to Glynnis Lieb, Executive Director of the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services at the Faculty of Education, University of Alberta.  Episode 4 is the last episode of Season 3.  Please join us when the podcast returns next fall. 
Our next project, The Love Booth and Other Plays is a set of seven short plays that share stories of queer lives and queer activism and care in the 1970s and early 1980s.  The title play The Love Booth tells the story of how a group of lesbian and gay activists pushed the American Psychology Association to take homosexuality off its Diagnostic Statistical Manual in 1973 so that homosexuality was no longer considered an illness that needed to be cured.  Gailey Road is planning to perform The Love Booth and Other Plays (either on stage or virtually) during 2023 Toronto Pride Festival to mark the 50th anniversary of this successful moment of queer activism.  A full list of the seven plays is included at the end of this letter.  The performances will feature the work of a diverse group of White, BIPOC, and queer and trans theatre artists, many of whom have worked with Gailey Road in the past.  They will also feature the music of Kate Reid and the visual art of benjamin lee hicks.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2019, Oct 1).  ​Tara talks to j wallace skelton about j’s work with OISE’s teacher discussion group Queer and Trans Space and the discussions teachers are having about implementing the 2019 sex ed curriculum in their classrooms.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2019, Nov 1).Tara talks to Lee Airton about their work with QSEC, a Special Interest Group within the Canadian Society for the Study of Education.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2019, Dec 1).Tara talks to Catherine Taylor and Christopher Campbell about the RISE hub for LGBTQ-inclusive education research at the University of Winnipeg.  
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2020, Jan 6).  ​   Tara talks to Lee Airton about the book they are co-editing with Susan W. Woolley called How to teach about gender diversity:  Teacher-tested lesson plans for K-12 classrooms.
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2020, Feb 13).  Tara talks to PhD students Yasmin Owis and Lindsay Cavanagh about their Independent Reading and Research course on the intersections of queer and critical race theories. 
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2020, Mar 2).  Tara talks to Master of Teaching students Bree McKenney and Emma Smith from the Ontario Institute for Studies who have completed research projects on the topic of supporting trans and gender creative students at school. 
Goldstein, Tara and Friesen, Doug (Producers).  (2020, April 1).Tara talks to Master of Teaching students Kris Orr and Braden Kenny, who is also a member of the LGBTQ Families research team, who have completed research projects on the topic of navigating sexuality and gender identities as a student teacher.
Part 1 of Out at School begins with a scene called “We Still Have to Fight” which introduces one of the major themes of the play:  LGBTQ parents and students have to fight and advocate to make sure their families are recognized and legitimized at school.  Part 1 ends with Kate Reid’s song Pushing the Envelope which speaks to the ways LGBTQ parents and students have to explain their families and relationships to school principals, teachers and staff. To learn more about the LGBTQ Families Speak Out Project, visit our website here.About Gailey Road Productions:Gailey Road is an independent theatre company that stages research-based theatre about contemporary human, social, and political issues that affect us all.  Established in January 2007 by Artistic Director, performed ethnographer and playwright Tara Goldstein, Gailey Road has worked with over 60 writers and 80 theatre artists in the last 14 years. Gailey Road is committed to fostering dialogue around issues of systematic anti-semitism, cisheteronormativity, racism, and settler colonialism, particularly in schooling.  We are also committed to promoting LGBTQ+ voices both on and offstage. 
Part 2 of Out at School features two scenes that discuss the ways Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are celebrated in schools.  It ends with Kate Reid’s song Let Love Be The Way which continues Kate’s reflection on the ways LGBTQ parents and students need to explain themselves at school.  In the song, Kate talks about how LGBTQ families often need to justify their identities, bodies, and pronouns at school.  The entire song is composed of a set of questions directed to school principals, teachers and staff who identify as heterosexual and cisgender and asks them to think about their answers to these questions.To learn more about the LGBTQ Families Speak Out Project, visit our website here.About Gailey Road Productions:Gailey Road is an independent theatre company that stages research-based theatre about contemporary human, social, and political issues that affect us all.  Established in January 2007 by Artistic Director, performed ethnographer and playwright Tara Goldstein, Gailey Road has worked with over 60 writers and 80 theatre artists in the last 14 years.Gailey Road is committed to fostering dialogue around issues of systematic anti-semitism, cisheteronormativity, racism, and settler colonialism, particularly in schooling.  We are also committed to promoting LGBTQ+ voices both on and offstage. 
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