OUT cast 09/13/2021
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Tune in to OUT Cast on Monday, September 13th when host Sive Neilan interviews Ellie Goldberg. Part 2 of the interview will air on Monday, September 20th. Ellie Goldberg One of the back-to the-land hippies who came to Maine in 1973, Ellie bought land in Hope, Knox County, where, inspired by Buckminister Fuller, she built built her own home, a geodesic dome. Prior to coming to Maine she was a social worker in NYC. After some years as a house painter, video producer, drug councilor, she once again became a Child Protective Worker for DHS in Rockland. In 1984, following the murder of gay teen Charlie Howard in Bangor she became one of the original founders of the Maine Lesbian Gay Political Alliance (now Equality Maine) where she served on the board for many years. Ellie's vast experience of working with children and families led to her being hired as the founding Executive Director of the Maine Children's Alliance (MCA). For over 15 years she successfully built the local and national reputation of this great organization. Now retired she reflects on the changes she has seen - and helped accelerate - in the last 50 years!
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