Biden And LGBTQ Rights; Healing Trauma Through Writing : Here & Now In 2012, then-Vice President Joe Biden became the highest-ranking Democrat to support marriage equality. Author Sasha Issenberg explains the evolution of Biden's position on LGBTQ rights. And, when Maryland psychotherapist Kerry Malawista noticed frontline health care workers struggling with the pandemic and deaths, she started a writing program to help them cope. She joins us to discuss.

Biden And LGBTQ Rights; Healing Trauma Through Writing

Biden And LGBTQ Rights; Healing Trauma Through Writing

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In 2012, then-Vice President Joe Biden became the highest-ranking Democrat to support marriage equality. Author Sasha Issenberg explains the evolution of Biden's position on LGBTQ rights. And, when Maryland psychotherapist Kerry Malawista noticed frontline health care workers struggling with the pandemic and deaths, she started a writing program to help them cope. She joins us to discuss.

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