THE CRAIG SILVERMAN SHOW February 18, 2017: Host Craig Silverman is full of praise for Appealing for Justice as he interviews Jean Dubofsky, along with author Sue Casey, in this hour long Saturday session.
THE CRAIG SILVERMAN SHOW February 18, 2017: Host Craig Silverman interviews author Sue Casey, author Appealing for Justice, and recounts her Soccer Mom and early political career.
POLITICS UNPLUGGED, Channel 7: Host Anne Trujillo talks with Susan Casey about Appealing For Justice, February 5, 2017
COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO: How A Colorado Legal Pioneer Went From Betty Crocker Homemaker and ‘Ladies Day’ At Harvard Law To Argue a Landmark Case Before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Listen to Ryan Warner’s in-depth interview with Susan Casey and Jean Dubofsky, on Colorado Matters, from Colorado Public Radio. November 16, 2016.
KGNU Independent Community Radio: A conversation with Jean Dubofsky and her biographer, Sue Casey, author of “Appealing For Justice: One Colorado Lawyer, Four Decades and the Landmark Gay Rights Case, Romer v. Evans”.
Host Sam Fuqua talks about Casey’s new book which chronicles Dubofsky’s extraordinary career as a civil rights lawyer, her appointment as the first women justice on the Colorado Supreme Court and lead attorney in the case against Colorado’s anti-gay Amendment Two. October 10, 2016.
KGNU Independent Community Radio: OutSources, KGNU’s weekly program of special interest to the LGBT community, interviews Jean Dubofsky.
Hosts Glenda Russell and Janis Bohan of OutSources talk with Jean Dubofsky, the lead attorney in the Supreme Court case against Colorado’s infamous Amendment 2, an amendment to the state constitution, passed by Colorado voters in 1992, whose aim was to eliminate all existing laws protecting LGBT people from discrimination, and to prohibit the enactment of any such protections in the future. October 16, 2016
KGNU: A Radio Documentary From 2014 Archives
This award winning radio documentary focuses on the life and career of Jean Dubofsky. A Quiet Trailblazer received an Award of Excellence by the Colorado Broadcasters Association in the Best News Special or Public Affairs Program for Public Radio category in 2015. Produced by Sam Fuqua and Tad Klein. November 2014.