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Episode Detail: Stranger at the Gates: To Be Gay and Christian in America - WSU Presents

“Stranger at the Gates: To Be Gay and Christian in America” is the topic of Mel White, executive director of Soulforce Inc.

Episodes: WSU Presents (267)

11/25/2005: Festival of Contemporary Art Music
9/2/2005: WSU Commencement
8/25/2005: The Role of Public Radio in Today's World
8/19/2005: Projected Impacts of Global Climate Change on the Northwest
7/29/2005: The Story of Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream
7/21/2005: Portfolio Theory: Past, Present and Future
7/15/2005: Distinguished Faculty Address
7/8/2005: Civic Engagement and Democracy In The 21st Century
7/1/2005: Role of the Scholar in the Postcolonial World
6/17/2005: Strategic Investment, Information Technologies and New HR Practices
6/9/2005: Mentoring Begins With a State of Mind, Ends with a Story
5/26/2005: War (and Treaties) Are Made to Take Something Not Yours
5/20/2005: Faculty Composers of Contemporary Art Music
5/19/2005: Imminent Crises: Responsibilities and Opportunities with Noam Chomsky
5/13/2005: Drug Pricing: Costs and Remedies
5/6/2005: Quality Of Life In The Era Of Longevity
4/29/2005: Student Composers of Contemporary Art Music
4/22/2005: Legal & Political Interaction Between Indian Nations
4/15/2005: U.S. Hegemony, Arab Oil, The Making of Democratic Europe
4/8/2005: Washington State University Jazz Festival
4/1/2005: Can You Be Both a Leader and an Entrepreneur?
3/25/2005: The Virgin of Guadalupe: Interpreting Devotion
2/20/2005: Fourth Annual Fall Commencement of Washington State Univ.
2/11/2005: The Bush Presidency, the Constitution and the Supreme Court
2/6/2005: The Bush Presidency, the Constitution and the Supreme Court
1/30/2005: The Contemplative Dimension of the Gospel
1/23/2005: Globalizing Students to Take on Tomorrow's Challenge
1/16/2005: Ecology vs. Economy...Setting the Real Bottom Line
12/5/2004: From Policy to Research: Organic Farming in the US
11/26/2004: Securing the Peace: In Search of Civil Society in Asia
11/21/2004: Science Connects: How Discovery Drives Our Global Future
11/14/2004: Casting Contemporary Art
10/3/2004: Women's Rights Are Human Rights
9/26/2004: One Hundred Eighth Annual Spring Commencement
9/19/2004: The Art of 'Social Landscape'
9/5/2004: Between the Kitchen and the Studio
8/26/2004: Reflections of an American-Canadian
8/22/2004: Transportation, Teaching and Service
8/12/2004: Implications of the Genome Revolution
7/29/2004: Lessons in Changing America's Government and Military
7/25/2004: U.S. Fiscal Policy: Disaster in Progress?
7/16/2004: Reflections on Writing, and Reading Published Works
7/9/2004: Were the Anti-Vietnam War Protests Successful?
7/3/2004: Choosing to Lead: The Time Is Now
6/25/2004: Reading and Reflections on Published Works
6/20/2004: Understanding the Social Geography and Landscapes of Paleolithic Art
6/13/2004: Putting Ideas of Race in an Historical Context
6/6/2004: Reflections on a Career in TV News
5/30/2004: Festival of Contemporary Art Music
5/23/2004: Shakespeare Meets Confucious: Leadership in an East-West Context
5/16/2004: Cultural Reproduction of Gender Identities Through Myths, Manuscripts, & the Media
5/9/2004: Gender Equality & State Feminism
4/30/2004: The Geology of Mars
4/25/2004: Kids & Television: Which Is the Consumer & Which Is Being Consumed?
4/18/2004: Third Annual Fall Commencement of Washington State University
4/11/2004: And the Winner Is...The 2004 Presidential Primaries
4/4/2004: Phoenix Mission to the Mars Polar Regions
3/21/2004: Gender Equity: 30 Years Later
2/29/2004: Sacagawea/Sacajawea & the Lewis & Clark Expedition; American Indian Perspectives, part 1
2/22/2004: Becoming Evil: How Ordinary People Commit Genocide & Mass Killing
2/13/2004: The Jewish God of the Historical Jesus
2/6/2004: Restoring Landscapes of Memory
1/30/2004: Vulnerable Peoples and Global Environmental Changes
1/25/2004: Archeological Traces of Lewis and Clark
1/18/2004: The Insurance Industry in Transition
1/9/2004: Edward R. Murrow & the 21st Century Threat to Locally Owed Media
12/21/2003: The Business Case for Diversity
12/14/2003: Threatening Clouds over Our Environment
12/7/2003: Diversity: An Opportunity, Not a Challenge
11/16/2003: Role of University Research & Education in National Security
11/9/2003: President's State of the University Address
9/26/2003: Who Speaks for America?
9/19/2003: Where Does Knowledge Come From?
9/12/2003: Indians, Fishing, and Treaties
9/5/2003: Celebrating Black History
8/29/2003: As I See It
8/22/2003: Can We Win the Battle of HIV/AIDS?
8/8/2003: 107th Annual Spring Commencement
8/3/2003: White Collar Crime Symposium
7/13/2003: Living by Photosynthesis
6/1/2003: An Evening with Tom Foley
4/6/2003: Racial Profiling Conference
2/14/2003: Problems in the Health Care System
2/7/2003: Key Address Second Annual Fall Commencement
1/31/2003: Evaluating the Remarkable Successes of Florida's Anti-Tobacco Program
1/24/2003: The Strange Enigma of Racism in Contemporary America
1/17/2003: Reading 'Madly in Love' and Other Poems
1/10/2003: You Gotta Be a Maniac! Success Criteria for the Hospitality Industry
1/5/2003: Who's Really on First?
12/27/2002: Acid Rain and the Biogeochemistry at Hubbard Brook
12/19/2002: Riding the Real Estate Wave
11/14/2002: Filial Piety as a Virtue
9/8/2002: Killing the Messenger
8/29/2002: New York World Trade Center: Reflections on the Engineering and Thoughts about the Future
8/22/2002: Tunnel Vision: Imaging Molecules and Mapping Electron Flow
8/4/2002: Has the Renquist Court Hijacked Congress?
7/25/2002: Forgive Us Our Press Passes: America and the Media
7/18/2002: Rethinking Public Land Governance
7/14/2002: One Hundred Sixth Annual Spring Commencement
6/27/2002: The Living Streams: A Functional Approach
6/20/2002: American Women: Blazing the Trails, Laying the Concrete
6/13/2002: The Single Greatest Killer: Tobacco
6/9/2002: Winners and Losers in the World of the 21st Century
5/30/2002: Breaking the Silence
5/23/2002: Working for Change in Higher Education
5/16/2002: When Too Much of a Good Thing Can Lead to Cancer
5/9/2002: Public Perceptions of Biotechnology
5/2/2002: Injustice Anywhere Is a Threat to Justice Everywhere
4/25/2002: The President, Congress and Policymaking
4/18/2002: No Child Left Behind
4/11/2002: Social Transformation
4/7/2002: All Our Relations
3/24/2002: The Human Genome Project
3/4/2002: New Horizons in Global Conservation
2/17/2002: Persistent Herbicides in Compost
2/7/2002: Globalization: Should We Embrace or Fear It?
2/3/2002: Gay History in the Pacific Northwest
12/27/2001: Stranger at the Gates: To Be Gay and Christian in America
12/23/2001: Federal vs. State Insurance Regulation
7/5/2001: Endangered Species Act
6/15/2001: Perspectives on GMO Crops
6/8/2001: Energy Deregulation
5/31/2001: Teaching with Diversity in Mind
5/24/2001: What Price Ecstasy?
5/17/2001: The Architecture of Shanghai
5/10/2001: Charlotte Perkins
5/3/2001: Faculty Honors
4/29/2001: The Presidential Transition into a 50-50 Government: Gridlock or Productivity
4/20/2001: Cultural Production of Evil
4/13/2001: From Woe to Wonder: The Process of Writing
4/6/2001: See Spot Sit
3/30/2001: Personal Empowerment
3/23/2001: Truth About Transgenic Crops
2/23/2001: Challenge to Change....Call to Action
2/2/2001: A Debriefing: The Presidential Election and the Press
1/26/2001: Biomedicine: Spokane Advances in Research and Development
1/19/2001: Memoria Is a Friend of Ours: On the Discussion of Color
1/14/2001: Cancer Prevention: Your Mother Was Right---Eat Your Vegetables
11/24/2000: Patient Safety: Regaining the Public's Trust
11/17/2000: Kennewick Man and the Study of Early Americans
11/3/2000: As I See It...Tomorrow's Travel Industry
10/27/2000: The Dawn of the Pacific Century
10/20/2000: Our Vision: Planning Together for Washington State's Future
10/13/2000: So What Really Happened to Absolute Zero
10/6/2000: How to Survive and Thrive in College
9/29/2000: Kennewick Man and the Media
9/22/2000: Multi-Cultural Tug of War
9/15/2000: What We Learn from Digging Up the Past
9/8/2000: Current and Controversial Issues in Medical Ethics
9/1/2000: Kennewick Man and the Story of Early Americans
8/25/2000: Last Lecture
8/16/2000: Conservation Biology: Chasing Monarchs
8/4/2000: To Err Is Human: Creative, Failsafe Medication Systems
7/28/2000: Redefining Landscape
7/21/2000: Religion and the Rise of Women's Rights: The Case of Modern France
7/7/2000: WSU 104th Annual Commencement
Neglected Side of History 500 Years of Colonization and Resistance
State of University Address 1996
Gravitational Waves Probing Dark Side of Universe
President's Convocation 1996
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President's Convocation 1996
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Our Nuclear Stockpile and National Security Issues in Post Cold War Era
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Ninth District State Legislative Candidates Forum
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U.S. Trade and Asian Economic Recovery
Across the Pacific: Asian Americans and Globalization
Why Do I Have Cancer? Impact of Genes and Environment in the Causation of Cancer

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