The Maine Campus
A Bangor minister has accused a Bangor radio station, WLBZ, of dropping his program, "In Times Like These," because of his attacks on the Wilde-Stein Club at UMO. The Rev. Herman C. Frankland was notified last Friday that his program was being dropped and he was not to present the program he had scheduled for Saturday's airing which was a second affront to the homosexual group. His previous broadcast criticized the university's condoning of the group's existence on campus and the trustees' decision to allow the gay group to hold a conference on campus in April.
Messler, Jan, "Minister's attacks on gays result in radio show exit" (1974). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 446.
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