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Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., President, Adler School of Professional Psychology
Chicago Tribune Interviews Dr. Crossman on Chicago Historical Museum Series

For this Chicago Tribune story, Adler School President Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., is interviewed in his capacity working with the Chicago History Museum and its annual "Out at CHM" lecture series, examining the history of  the LGBT community in Chicago and its impact.

Among his remarks, Dr. Crossman comments on how important it is for the LGBT community to embrace and understand its history. "That's how you find your power as a community, and historically you disempower communities by cutting them off from their history," he says.

Click here to read "In 'Out at CHM,' gay history is museum-ready."

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