Host and CBS News Radio correspondent Allison Keyes goes deep into social justice issues across the nation. Each week, Keyes has crucial conversations on topics including race, gender, disability, income inequality and beyond. Kaleidoscope examines current systemic inequities from the police killing of Breonna Taylor to the Derek Chauvin trial and continued coverage of the increasing violence against the LGBTQ community to the potential looming homelessness crisis as pandemic eviction moratoriums lift. New episodes every Monday.
Welcome to a special – BEST of – edition of Kaleidoscope with CBS News Radio correspondent Allison Keyes. This week, for Pride month, we revisit Allison's conversation on LGBTQ rights.
President Biden signed a presidential memorandum protecting the rights of that community in February, and on his first full day in office, he signed an executive order extending existing federal non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people, including in employment and housing.
Allison spoke with Alphonso David, president of the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBTQ advocacy group. She began by asking David about the confirmation of the first openly gay Cabinet Secretary confirmed by the Senate, Pete Buttigieg.