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10:00-10:05

 

Welcome

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Welcome to Pacifica Radio’s Third Annual Pride Broadcast, Live from New York City. This 8 hour broadcast is done in cooperation with producers at Pacifica stations in Washington DC and Berkeley California and is going out over our satellite and the webstreams of our NY and Berkeley stations. I’m Angela Williams, and I’m Brad Taylor. Over the next hour we’ll be exploring burning issues concerning  LGBT people, that’s short for  lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. We’ll look at the bullying LGBT students, gay asylum seekers, the struggle for transgender rights, a pro-gay chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, we’ll also cover the dyke march, the state of AIDS and much more.

10:05-10:13:22

8min 22sec

CD 1 has 2 copies so fade can be done.

CD 1 Track 2 start with 1 minute of Everyone was at Stonewall: Then CD 1 Track 1 Then Excerpt of David Carter Interview (Pedro)

Thirty-six years ago on Saturday June 28th at 1am, police raid the Stonewall Bar, patrons responded by rebelling. On the 1st year anniversary of the Stonewall riots began what has turned into a world wide pride celebration for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community. In the next segment Pedro Angel Serrano interviews author David Carter about the lessons of stonewall for todays activists and suggestions for re-politicizing the annual parades.  Out-FM’s Pedro Angel Serrano probes the topic with Carter.

10:14-10:27

13min

CD 1 Track 3
Bullying in Schools (Selina Musuta/WPFW)
        

Bullying of LGBTQ students seriously impacts the lives of youth. Selina Musuta of Washington DC sister station WPFW reports.

Outro: The segment on Bullying of LGBT students in schools was by WPFW producer Selina Musuta from our Pacifica sister station in Washington DC. Thanks Selina  You are listening to Pacifica Radio’s Third Annual Pride Broadcast, Live from New York City. This 8 hour broadcast is done in cooperation with producers at Pacifica stations in Washington DC and Berkeley California and is going out over our satellite and the webstreams of our NY and Berkeley stations.

10:27-10:35

7:30min

CD 1 Track 4
LGBT Asylum Seekers (Darby Hickey/WPFW)

In many countries throughout the world lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender people face persecution, even death because of their sexual orientation. Darby Hickey, an accomplished producer from Washington DC Pacifica station WPFW explores a topic that can be a matter of life and death

Outro: The segment on LGBT asylum seekers was by WPFW producer Darby Hickey from our Pacifica sister station in Washington DC. Thanks Darby

10:35-10:43

7 min

Cultural Commentary tracks from various performers (Pedro) Athens Boys Choir (Pedro)
        

 

10:43-53

10min

Trans March (Christina, Miranda & Angela)

 

10:53-10:58:30

 

Music or cultural commentary or call-in.

 

10:59-11:00

Music and station ID

CD 1 Track 8 Must have the local mic on audition so it doesn’t go out over the ISDN/satellite

You are listening to the Pacifica pride 2006 on listener sponsored WBAI/NY, 99.5 FM. Today’s program is an in-depth look at some cutting edge issues in the LGBT movement today. I’m Brad Taylor and Miranda Balkin. Today we are having a simulcast national special involving Pacifica programmers in NY/Berkeley and Washington DC. For the first 4 hours you’ll hear programmers on the east coast, the last 4 hours will be coverage from the west coast. Stay tuned.

11:00-11:23

22 min

Put in DAT tape record Sunday Salon

CD 1  Track 6 followed by spoken intro followed by CD 1 Track 7 Report on AIDS John

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AIDS Activists Demand Universal Treatment Access.

by John Riley

In June 1981, 25 years ago, the first diagnosed cases of AIDS were announced. There were others before, some of which have been retrospectively diagnosed, such as the case of the Norweign sailor, his wife and child in the late1950s, all of whom came down with a mysterious pneumonia, not seen in healthy people. A. decade later, in 1968, another case of AIDS struck down a teenage African-American boy in St. Louis. But the June 1981 date is significant because it marked the time when the invisible epidemic had spread far enough that it reached a critical stage allowing it to explode all over the world.  Out-FM programmer John Riley takes a look at where the pandemic stands world wide.

11:23-11:33

10min

Dyke March (Angela & Christina)   

Intro:
Outro: That was coverage of the New York City Dyke march by Angela Williams and Christina Handhardt. In the 2nd half of the 8 hour special we’ll hear more about Dyke power from San Francisco. We’ll also be joined by Beyond the Pale Producer Marilin Neimark at noon.

11:33-11:59

23min        

Call Ins and/or Cultural Commentary tracks ~

 

11:59- fade at 11:59:10- noon

1 min

Music (local id)

 

12:01-12:19

18

 

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The Jewish theological Seminary recently elected a new chancellor who is surprising everyone with his pro-gay stance. Marilin Neimark from the Beyond the Pale Progressive Jewish Radio hour brings us this report.

12:20

20

Pedro Serrano

Kate Clinton,

12:40-12:58.30

18.5 min

Pedro Serrano

Other cultural commentators

12:58.30-1:00

1.0 min

Music station id

 

1:00-1:25

25 min

Leslie Feinberg, author, "Drag King Dreams" by Brad Taylor

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Leslie Feinberg, author, "Drag King Dreams" (Brad) 25min

Outro: Thanks Brad for that great interview with activist Leslie Feinberg about her new book Drag King Dreams. You are listening to Pacifica Radio’s Third Annual Pride Broadcast, Live from New York City. This 8 hour broadcast is done in cooperation with producers at Pacifica stations in Washington DC and Berkeley California and is going out over our satellite and the webstreams of our NY and Berkeley stations.

1:30  

20min

CD 2 Track 1 Esera Tuaolo, gay former NFL linebacker (Marle Becker)

"ALONE IN THE TRENCHES:  MY LIFE AS A GAY MAN IN THE NFL" TELLS THE AGONIZING STORY OF A DIRT-POOR SAMOAN IMMIGRANT WHO WON A FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP TO OREGON STATE AND WENT ON TO PLAY FOR THE GREEN BAY PACKERS, THE MINNESOTA VIKINGS, THE ATLANTA FALCONS, THE CAROLINA PANTHERS AND THE JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS, ENDING UP MAKING THE LAST TACKLE IN SUPER BOWL XXXIII. 

ESERA TUAOLO'S - (PRONOUNCED A-SARAH   TWO-AH-OH-LOW) - STORY IS RIFE WITH HEARTBREAK AND, ULTIMATELY, HOPE.  WHILE KEEPING HIS OWN IDENTITY SECRET, HIS BELOVED OLDER BROTHER AND IDOL, TUA, DIED OF AIDS, HAVING NEVER TOLD HIS FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES HE WAS GAY.  THIS IS A DEEPLY MOVING AND INSPIRATIONAL STORY THAT CHALLENGES WHAT IT MEANS TO BE AN EXCEPTIONAL ATHLETE, A DEVOUT CHRISTIAN, A DEVOTED FAMILY MAN.....AND GAY IN 2006.

ESERA LIVES IN MINNEAPOLIS WITH HIS HUSBAND, MITCHELL, AND THEIR TWO CHILDREN, MICHELE AND MITCHELL, JR.   HE TOURS THE COUNTRY GIVING TALKS ABOUT TOLERANCE AND IS IN THE PROCESS OF CREATING A ONE-MAN SHOW ABOUT HIS EXTRAORDINARY LIFE.

1:50-1:59

 

 

We’re nearing the end of the New York portion of the broadcast. Stay tuned for the latest in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride from Sister pacifica station KPFA in Berkeley California.

1:59-2:00

1.0 min

CD 1 Track 8 Music

Local Station ID (You are listening to Welcome to Pacifica Radio’s Third Annual Pride Broadcast, Live from New York City. This 8 hour broadcast is done in cooperation with producers at Pacifica stations in Washington DC and Berkeley California and is going out over our satellite and the webstreams of our NY and Berkeley stations. This is WBAI/NY 99.5FM Stay tuned.

2:00-4:00   Feed from KPFA Click Here to listen to the first two hours of the broadcast from San Francisco.
4:00-6:00   Sunday Salon Click Here to listen to the last 2 hours of the broadcast. This is Sunday Salon
*note     This broadcast was only partially simulcast. Sunday Salon was pre-recorded. KPFA also only did a partial simulcast changing some of the elements. The national satelite broadcast had a different sequence as well.