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A Conversation with Clay Cane and Janet Mock

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In honor of Black History Month, the Huffington Post Gay Voices “Voice To Voice,” a collection of interviews between LGBT authors discussing their work, queer life and some of the challenges of writing, spotlights the stories of African American LGBT people.

Last week they featured Laverne Cox and her twin brother M. Lamar and on Monday we offered a conversation between two Charlotte, North Carolina lesbian activists, LaWana Mayfield and Rhonda Watlington. On Tuesday the website shared Meshell Ndegeocello and Toshi Reagon's discussion.

Today Gay Voices features a conversation about identity between Clay Cane, a radio personality and journalist, and Janet Mock, People.com staff writer and GLAAD Media Award nominee.

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GLAAD commends the Huffington Post for elevating the stories of LGBT people of color during Black History Month. We encourage other media outlets to follow in their example.

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