Open Spaces October 5, 2018

Oct 5, 2018

On this episode, we’ll bring you a special edition of Open Spaces, where we examine the legacy of the Matthew Shepard murder 20 years later. We’ll hear from three people who were involved in the case and what they think happened. Wyoming is known as the Equality State, but we’ll talk to LGBTQ folks about the homophobia they encounter on a daily basis. And we’ll find out how the arts have become so intertwined with the legacy of Matthew Shepard - starting with the Laramie Project and continuing to new works today. Those stories and more.