Ten years ago this week, Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming, was brutally murdered. Shepard's death struck a chord with people across the nation and re-energized the gay-rights movement. But a decade later, many say the nation hasn't come nearly far enough. Guests: John Barrett, editor of the Advocate Magazine, and Jim Osborne, assistant to the associate vice president for diversity at the University of Wyoming

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