LGBT student discrimination/ Sounds of Sac/ U2charist

LGBT student discrimination   What kind of discrimination do gay students or students perceived as gay face in California schools? Today on Insight, hear the latest research on the topic, and find out about new legislation that would strengthen protections for LGBT students. Also, hear about one local high school’s struggle to balance free speech with gay student safety, and why one group is threatening to sue.

Sounds of Sac  Sacramento's gold-rush and railroad history is well known, but what about its musical history? Find out about "Sounds of Sacramento," an exhibit that introduces you to the city's musical landmarks while you listen to Sacramento tunes from the 60s to present.

The Sacramento Archives and Museum Collection Center's "Sounds of Sacramento: Hearing Our History" goes from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday, May 11 at the Sacramento Archives and Museum Collection Center, 551 Sequoia Pacific Blvd., Sacramento. Information: (916) 264-7072.

U2charist  Episcopal churches all across the country, including in Sacramento, are playing music from the band U2 for services they call "U2charists." Find out why church-goers are listening to "Beautiful Day" as they take communion and what Bono's message has to do with sermon.

There will be simultaneous U2 Eucharists or "U2charists" at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, May 13 at All Saints Episcopal Church, 2076 Sutterville Road, Sacramento and St. George's Episcopal Church, 5600 Winding Way, Carmichael. Information for All Saints Episcopal Church: (916) 455-0643. Information for St. George's Episcopal Church: (916) 487-5600.

Thursday, May 10, 2007