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Last month New York City radio station WWRL 1600AM announced its new line-up of hosts to comprise its Equality Pride Radio,  programming aimed at the city’s LGBT community.

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The station’s sole African-American host, Clay Cane, speaks from rather unique perspective — one that examines the inherent dualities of being Gay and African American.

The Grio reports:

“I am not tragically colored. And I am not tragically gay.” So says Clay Cane, channeling the words of legendary author Zora Neale Hurston. “When you are black and gay there is a particular duality that you live in.

Read more at the Grio.