OUT-FM

Mon.

Apr. 25, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host John Riley

The record of Pope Benedict the XVI and his views on Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgendered people.

Guests include Reverand Doctor Michael Fox, Christian historian Elizabeth Costelli, and Father Duffel.

Gay City News Humor Columnist Suzy Day "news report" reveals George W. Bush's secret inclinations.

Click HERE to download the show.

 

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OUT-FM

Mon.

April 11th

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Peter Jonas

100 Sentenced for gay conduct in Saudi Arabia. Peter Jonas interviews Scott Long of Human Rights Watch.

The Gender Frontier
Anrea Sears interviews photographer and author Mariette Pathy Allen

Peter Jonas does commentary on the pope

Photographs of gender queer people and families at demonstrations and engaging in various kinds of activism. Subjects include Silvia Rivera, Tonye Barrel Netto, Leslie Feinberg, Robert Eads of "Southern Comfort" fame and scenes from the breakthrough "Amanda Milan Memorial March", It is a series of portraits and photographic documentary of Political Events, and includes essays by prominent transgender leaders. The book is a finalist for the Lambda Book award. It is published by the German publisher Kehrer with text in English and German.

Click HERE to listen to show

 

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OUT-FM

Mon.

Apr. 4, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Peter Jonas

GAY GENTRIFICATION:
What Role Do LGBT People Play In Gentrifying Neighborhoods?

-Panelists from Queers For Economic Justice Forum (prepared by John Riley)

 

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OUT-FM

Mon. Mar. 22, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Peter Jonas

Peter Jonas gives April Fools News

John Riley reports on gay marriage in the zones of rebel control in the Philippines.

John Riley also reports on the protest of hundreds of AIDS activists against the wealthy Group of 7 Industrialized Nations(G7) members refusal to cancel the international debt and fully fund the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. Also John Riley interviews Housing Works Executive Director Charles King on activist plans to fight AIDS including big protests in May and October.

Pedro interviewed the actors/writers from "Girlplay" which opened at the Quad April 1st


Click HERE to listen to the show

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OUT-FM

Mon. Mar. 15, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Brad Taylor

John Riley interviews members of Irish Queers

Brad Taylor interviews members of APOC

Community Affairs lowdown: Heat at the Kitchen

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OUT-FM

Mon. Mar. 7, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Pedro interviews Sandy Rapp

Click here for the full show.

OUT-FM

Mon. Feb. 28, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

Host John Riley

John Riley interviews Evelyn C. White about her new biography of famed writer and activist Alice Walker. Click here to listen to the full segment

DC Radio Coop Reporter Darby Hickey reports on a new militant LGBT group's recent action during the week of the presidential inaugural which took place at an unexpected target. Queer Fist stages a Fall Fascism Fashion show mocking the gaystream Human Rights Campaign and Log Cabin Republicans during the weekend of the RNC. Queer Fist is a new NY based, direct action group which lambasts the narrow focus of these "national" groups that claim to represent the LGBT communitites.

Click here to listen to the show.

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OUT-FM

Mon. Jan. 10, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Marle Becker

Brad Taylor's 2004 activist round-up. Voices include: Joo-Hyun Kang, Ann Northrop and others.

Dian Killian discusses non-violent communication methods used to solve problems within the LGBT communities.

 

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OUT-FM

Mon. Jan 3, 2005

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Marle Becker

Listen by clicking here.

Marle Becker interviews Arnold Scossi

Ingrid Rivera and YK Hong host a segment called "Accountability to the Genderqueer/Trans community"

Often we find ourselves in situations where we must hold ourselves or others accountable for actions and words that hurt those around us.What is a good way to be accountable to our peers, that reflects our respect, thoughtfulness and does the job?

We will cover personal examples with holding ourselves and other accountable as well as talk about steps we can take to own our privilege, work through our internalizedoppression and continuously grow through this process.

Bios:

Ingrid Rivera is a queer, Black Boricua, part of Revolutionstar Experience, an activist, performance artist, trainer and sex educator.

YK Hong is a queer Asian, also part of Revolutionstar Experience and Freedom Trainers. YK is a trainer, organizer, artist and writer.

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Mon. Dec 27, 2004

 

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Tony Glover interviews Cheryl Clarke and James Credle in a roundtable on a number of topics, including:

  • Black gay folk sleeping with the "enemy" (white folk) and how activists who were Black men and dating white men addressed this issue in the 1980s openly with  the women of Salsa Soul Sisters (now African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change);
  • Demonizing Black gay/bisexual men within African-American communities and how this might have impacted  the 2004 US election results;
  • Connection between Black gay/bisexual men and Black Lesbians and the violence they face in the prison system by people of their own race;
  • How would Audre Lorde address the issue of conservative evangelical African American ministers demonizing Black gays and lesbians;
  • Gay marriage as a wedge issue in African American communities and how the onus is on African American ministers who can be our enemy in terms of not addressing the issue of sexual slavery of Black women and Black gay men in the prison system;
  • James & Cheryl take to task Black folk who do not see the connection between the history of Black slavery in America and what is happening to Black gays and lesbians in the prison system;
  • "Marriage" has been a code word in Black communities for denying all gay folk the opportunity to choose to be married
    African Americans who would be inhumane to gay folk in the name of God and how this must be challenged by activists
    Religion as a tool to enslave both African Americans and gays

Pedro Serrano interviews comedian Kate Clinton on surviving life under Bush II.

Click HERE to listen. (17meg)

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OUT-FM

Mon. Dec 20, 2004

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Marle Becker

Marle Becker interviews composer Jerry Herman about the new Broadway revival of La Cage Aux Folle. Two time Grammy, two time Tony winner, songwriter Jerry Herman was recently elected to the Song Writers Hall of Fame. photos more...

Peter Jonas interviews  Morty Diamond, editor of "From the Inside Out" on FTM's (female to male transgender)

Click HERE to listen. (17meg)

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OUT-FM

Mon. Dec 13, 2004

11am-noon WBAI, 99.5FM/NY

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Pedro discusses  queer leftist culture Part with Robyn Rennee in a two part segment.

Marle Becker interviews musician Patrick Arena

Click here to listen to show.

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Generation Q

Tue. Nov.. 30, 2004

4pm-6pm, WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano


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OUT-FM

Mon. Nov.. 29, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

Host Pedro Angel Serrano


Marle interviews Elaine St. George

KPFK producers report on Homophobia in the Latino community

Humor Columnist Suzie Day comments on:  "Moral Values and Gay Weddings"

 

Monday Nov. 22,

Warrior Poet: A Biography of Audre Lorde

WBAI's Fall 2004 Membership 2 Hour Pledge Drive Special

Interview by OUT-FM producer Nancy Kirton of Alexis De Veaux, author, Warrior Poet: A Biography of Audre Lorde

Click on photo for quicktime short movie in which De Veaux describes the Black Unicorn.

Also featuring...
Jewelle Gomez, award-winning novelist, author of The Gilda Stories;  

Cheryl Clarke, award-winning poet and short-story writer, author of Humid Pitch;  and

James Credle, human rights activist, AIDS advocate, founder People of All Colors Together. more...

Click here to listen to hour 1

Click here to listen to hour 2

  Click HERE to pledge $75 and get our gift copy of Warrior Poet: A Biography of Audre Lorde.
 
 

OUT-FM

Mon. Nov.. 15, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

Host Peter Jonas


Marle interviews  actor John Barrowman.


Peter Jonas Commentary

Christina Hanhardt interviews director of "Brother to Brother"

Click here to listen to the show.

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OUT-FM

Mon. Oct. 18, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

Host Marle Becker


Marle interviews  Abigale Garner, author of "Families Like Mine," on children of LG parents.


Peter Jonas interviews  Matilda, editor of two new books:  "That's Revolting:  Queer Strategies for Resisting Assimilation," reading at Housing Works Oct 24th, and "Queer Writings on Surviving Dangerous Families," reading Oct 27th at Bluestockings. Click here for NYC readings.

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Controversy in WBAI/Pacifica

Click here to go to WBAI/Pacifica Controversy

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WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues.Oct 6 , 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

OUT-FM Pre-empted for Indigenous Rights Day Oct.11. Tune-in all morning. Below is a web special.

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen (34meg)

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Mon. Oct. 4, 2004

Host Tony Glover & Marle Becker


The 2004 Presidential Election, Queer Votes, & Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgendered-Two-Spirit-Queer [LGBTTSQ] (In)Visibility

Invited Guests:  

Angel Moffitt, Co-President, Out People of Color Political Action Club* [OUTPOCPAC], same gender loving woman of African descent;

Phil Reed, NYC Councilman, chair, NYC Council Consumer Affairs Committee*, openly gay;

Melissa Sklarz, VP, GLID: Gay & Lesbian Independent Democrats*, Transgender Rights Activist; and

Paul Schindler, editor-in-chief, Gay City News*

* For Identification Purposes only

 

WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. Sept. 28, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen (34meg)

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Mon. Sept. 27, 2004

Host Pedro Angel Serrano and John Riley

What is a gay issue? Trishala Deb of the Audre Lorde Project; Sean Cahill, of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force; Patric Murphy of the Log Cabin Republicans and Sandy Rapp, progressive artist and activist discuss how they believe LGBT organizations should prioritize the issues within our communities.

Click here to listen (17meg)

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Mon. Sept 20, 2004

Host Peter Jonas


Pedro Angel Serrano:  Kings and Queens, Queers at the Prom


Peter Jonas interviews  Wayne Besen, author of "Anything But Straight" on the ex-gay movement. Click HERE to listen to the mp3 of the show.

 

OUT-FM -- Mon. Sept 13, 2004

 

Host Marle Becker

Suzy Day delivers her hilarious commentary.

Marle interviews Matthew Cusick

Being called a "Direct threat of harm" was a foreign concept to Matthew Cusick. Although HIV positive since 1993, he never thought of himself as a "Known safety hazard." After passing the audition process, being invited to train in Montreal for four months, and then offered and accepted two more contracts, the second to go into the show "Mystere", Cirque du Soleil terminated Matthew Cusick's employment because of his HIV status. Click here to listen to the entire show.

 

WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. Sept. 14, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen

 

WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. Sept. 8, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen

 

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THE NAKED TRUTH: EMPEROR BUSH HAS NO CLOTHES

(click here for more photos, including 200dpi photos.)

Video Clip 1 Blocking 8th Ave.

Video Clip 2 Banner Drop

All photos of the Naked Truth action may be used without charge for publication, however please send notice of use (publication or broadcast) to the following e-mail address: john@outfm.org. No other notice is asked for.

IN FIRST RNC PROTEST, AIDS ACTIVISTS BARE ALL TO SHOW LACK OF COMPASSION IN BUSH AIDS PROGRAMS; URGE BUSH TO JOIN OTHER G-7 NATIONS TO CANCEL 100% OF POOR NATIONS' DEBTS TO FIGHT AIDS

(New York) - A group of AIDS activists led by members of ACT UP New York told the naked truth about the harmful impact of the Bush Administration's AIDS policies today. During a demonstration on the eve of the Republic National Convention (RNC), naked AIDS activists wearing nothing but the words "Bush, Stop AIDS, Drop the Debt Now" painted on their backs locked arms, chanting and entering the street surrounded by massive banners. The activists criticized Bush's refusal to support 100% debt cancellation to fund the fight against AIDS in 50 of the world's poorest countries, and his refusal to pay the U.S.'s fair share to multilateral, evidence-based AIDS interventions such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Bush's record on AIDS is expected to figure prominently during an RNC targeting moderate swing voters in battleground states.

"When it comes to fighting the AIDS crisis, Emperor Bush has no clothes," said Amanda Lugg of ACT UP. "Bush will come to New York and continue his empty posturing about his failed AIDS programs. The U.S. response to the pandemic has been inadequate. Compassion demands real action, not empty rhetoric."


At their most recent summit in June, the G-7 leaders discussed a proposal for 100% cancellation of debts owed by some poor countries to the IMF and World Bank; President Bush refused to support the proposal. On October 1 the G-7 Finance Ministers, including U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow, will meet to decide whether or not to move forward with the proposal. The proposal will not advance if President Bush objects, activists say.

The world's poorest nations spend billions repaying debts to international financial institutions and donors-money that is urgently needed for life saving AIDS treatment and prevention programs. African countries alone spend $15 billion each year on debt repayment. One-third of the world's 40 million people living with HIV live in a heavily debt-burdened country.
"This Administration has the opportunity to join with other G7 countries and call for 100% debt forgiveness for 50 of the world's poorest countries during the RNC, freeing up billions to fund the fight against AIDS," said Mark Milano of ACT UP New York. "8500 people die every day with AIDS because countries are too poor to pay for life saving treatment. 5 million people were infected with HIV in 2003 alone. President Bush could make debt cancellation a reality-but he is choosing not to."

The activists are also demanding that the U.S. live up to its commitments to the Global Fund; Bush is lobbying for a 64% cut in US contributions to the Global Fund in FY2005. The Global Fund is unable to launch a new funding round, and renewal of existing grants is jeopardized, in large part because of U.S. stinginess. "This Administration has demonstrated its disdain for multilateral cooperation on most foreign policy issues. Bush's short-changing of the Global Fund in favor of the bilateral President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is a key example," said Kaytee Riek of ACT UP.

A recent report by the Government Accounting Office found that domestic policies are a major obstacle to U.S. efforts to scaling up access to treatment through PEPFAR. These policies include the Bush Administration's obstruction of the procurement of cheap generic medicines and the subordination of evidence based approaches to HIV prevention to ideologically driven, unproven prevention programs.

Update: All protestors released by noon Friday

For more information on these issues go to

www.actupny.org and www.healthgap

New York Times Coverage

New York Daily News (Nudes)

New York Newsday

 

 

 

Mon. August 23, 2004

Host Marle Becker

Brad Taylor interviews Lisa Bengalia of the Still We Rise Coalition on Planned Protest on Aug 30th.

Pedro Angel Serrano interviews Jamacian queer activists on their campaign against murderous anti-gay lyrics by Beanie Man and other carribean musicians.


Click HERE for the whole show.

 

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OUT-FM

Mon. August 16, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

Mon. August 16, 2004

Host Marle Becker

Wild Fermination" Sander Ellix Katz , a gay, HIV positive radical Faerie is interviewed on the benefits of fermented foods for HIV postive people. Interview by Peter Jonas. Click HERE for info on his upcoming workshop.

Marle Becker will interview a Log Cabin Republican the groups origin and on what the republican party has to offer. Click HERE to listen to the whole whow.

 

 

WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. Aug. 10, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen

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OUT-FM, Mon. August 9, 2004

Host Marle Becker

Pedro Angel Serrano: Artist and activist Scott Free is interviewed on his campaign to have a majority of artists at LGBT pride events be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered.


Marle Becker :  Interview with Vicki Wickham, co-author of a biography of Dusty Springfield titled, "Dancing with Diamonds". Click HERE for the 2nd 1/2 hour

 

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WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. Aug. 3, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen

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OUT-FM on Mon. August 2, 2004

Host Marle Becker


Brad Taylor :  Interview with openly gay, HIV positive NY State Senator Tom Duane.

David Carter is interviewed on Stonewall. Click here to download mp3 sound file of the whole show (27meg).

 

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WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. July 27, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen (55meg)

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OUT-FM

Mon. July26, 2004

Host Marle Becker


Brad Taylor :  Interview with openly gay, HIV positive NY State Senator Tom Duane. Click here to download mp3 sound file.


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WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. July 20, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen

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OUT-FM

Mon. July19, 2004

Host Pedro Angel Serrano


John Riley :  Round-up of the International AIDS Conference in Bangkok) Click Here for first 1/2 hour. (10 meg)


Pedro Angel Serrano: Out gay artist Robyn Renee Click Here for 2nd 1/2 hour. (10 meg)

Click HERE to see and listen to more coverage of the International AIDS Conference by the Kaiser Healthcare Foundation. There are many excellent interviews with activists and policy makers by Jackie Judd.

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WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. July 13, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen

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OUT-FM

Mon. July12, 2004

Host Peter Jonas


Brad Taylor :  AIDS Vaccine research (in light of the International AIDS Conference in Bangkok)


Pedro:  Peace Out East, the NYC queer hip hop festival

Click HERE to listen to show.

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WEB Special

Health Action

Mon. July 12, 2004

1-2pm

WBAI

Host John Riley and Mark Hannay

Report from the International AIDS Conference in Bangkok, Thailand. Includes interviews with AIDS activists and treatment advocates discussing Prospects for treatment of people with AIDS on a Global scale.

AIDS Researcher Dr. Wafaie Fawzie discusses the impact of vitamins on slowing AIDS progression.

Click here to listen

 

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WEB Special

Generation Q

Tues. July 6, 2004

4-6pm

WRSU

Host Pedro Angel Serrano

Queer music and commentary

Click here to listen

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OUT-FM Mon. July 5, 2004

Host Marle Becker

David Carter discusses his new book on Stonewall. Click here to download and listen

Pedro Angle Serrrano interviews Pandora Scooter on her performance piece called "Fear Junkie". Click here to listen.

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OUT-FM on Mon. June 28, 2004

Host John Riley

Minnie Bruce Pratt's new book-interview by Jesse Heiwa

Marle Becker interviews Jazz musician Gary Burton

Click here to listen to th first 7 minutes

Click here to listen to the rest of the show.

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Bi-Coastal Coverage of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Pride on Sunday June 27th 11am - 7pm EDT

Bring your walkman radios to LGBT Pride.

The show will be anchored from New York City from 11am-3pm EDT by a team from the OUT-FM radio collective. From 3pm-7pm EDT the Full Circle Radio Collective at KPFA/Berkeley will cover the San Fransisco Pride March. Hosts include Andrea Louis (current morning show host at KPFA and William Walker with production also provided by the KPFA Gay collective.

The eight hour broadcast will include bi-coastal discussions among young activists from both coasts on current organizing efforts, LGBT criminal justice issues, education issues, transgendered activists on major issues facing their community, how immigration affects queers, Black LGBT Pride, HIV/AIDS prevention, queer marriage, there will be live music and culture from the SF march site and live call-in reports from the street in NY, SF and around the country and world.

Listener call-ins will be included in the program. Click here for details.

11:00 to 11:30

11:30 to 12:00

12:00 to 12:30

12:30 to 1:00

1:00 to 1:30

1:30 to 2:00

more tomorrow.

 

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OUT-FM on Mon. June 21, 2004

Host Brad Taylor

Civil Disobedience, Direct Action, Repression and the Struggle for Justice

Out-FM will air a group discussion on civil disobedience and direct action. The LGBT movement and the AIDS movement have used these tactics to prime the pump for social change in the US.

The show will focus on issues of direct action political activism in the current era of rampant military aggression and escalating trends of encroachment against civil liberties and repression of political critique. Participants will include political activists Kate Barnhart (AIDS activist), Kai Lumumba Barrow (prison activist), Eric Laursen (police brutality activist), Joo-Hyun Kang (LGBT people of color organizer); movement lawyers Susan Tipograph and Stephen Edwards and lesbian activist cleric Rev. Pat Bumgardner. Give a listen!

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OUT-FM Mon. June 14, 2004

Hosts Tony Glover & John Riley

Is Gay Marriage Anti-Black?

OUT-FM hostsTony Glover and John Riley facilitate an exchange of views between activist and essayist Kenyon Farrow and National Black Justice Coalition spokeswoman Jasmyn Cannick as they discuss "Gay Marriage" from two distinctly different African American perspectives.

Kenyon Farrow is author of the essay: Is Gay Marriage Anti-Black? Click HERE to read his essay before the show. Jasmyn Cannick is from the pro-gay marriage National Black Justice Coalition.

Preview of Black Pride NYC events during LGBT Pride Week

Controversy in WBAI/Pacifica

News report on a controversy within Pacifica. Click HERE to listen. If you want to read a written version of the report. Links to some original written and audio sources are provided.

Click here for Pacifica Executive Director Dan Coughlin's PowerPoint presentation on WBAI and Pacifica's Listenership.

Click here for pdf files of national trends in Public Radio listenership.

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OUT-FM

Mon. June 6, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

 

Click here to receive weekly show announcement, or send e-mail to: feedback@outfm.org

Host Jackie Vimo

Jesse Heiwa interviews Ingrid Rivera and YK on Polyamory (open multiple relationships)

Ingrid Rivera

Suzy Day- performs another humor column.Click HERE to listen to the first half of the show (Includes news, polyamory and Suzy day).

Jessie Heiwa interviews Charles Flowers of the Pink Ink Workshop for Queer Writers and Readers to be held June 12th 2004. Click here for the complete written schedule.

Retake on Annie by Peter Jonas. Click HERE to listen to Annie and Pink Ink.

What does a lesbian look like? (music collage by Pedro Angel Serrano. Click HERE to listen to the music

Click HERE to listen to the line up next week. Click HERE for written description.

 

OUT-FM Flyer Click HERE to download palmcard

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OUT-FM Mon. May 31, 2004

Host Marle Becker

Jesse Heiwa interviews Basil Tsiokos of the New Festival about the upcoming LGBT Film Festival June 3-10th. Click here for the schedule.

Marle Becker interviews guest about the book "Why You Should Give a Damn about Gay Marriage"

Click HERE for 1 hour mp3 segment (12megabytes)

Click here for link to David Gilbert bookparty where OUT-FM humor commentator Suzy Day and ex-Weatherwoman and former political prisoner Laura Whitehorn will be speaking.

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Generation Q, June 1, 2004

WEB SPECIALS:

Pedro Angel Serrano's "Generation Q" on WRSI at Reutgars

Click HERE for 1 hour mp3 segment (13megabytes)

Click HERE for the 2nd hour segment. (14 megabytes)

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WEB SPECIALS:

AMERICAN SCREAM: Allen Ginsberg's Howl and the making of the Beat Generation with Jonah Raskin, author, Professor & Chair of Communication Studies at Sonoma State University

Click HERE for 1/2 hour mp3 segment (7megabytes) by "Building Bridges:Your Community and Labor Report" hosts Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash.

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"Branded T" a new book written by transgendered woman Rosalyn Blumenstein documents her life as a teenage runaway, drug addict and move to a career in social work. Click HERE for the 21 minute segment. (4 megabytes) Segment produced by Andrea Sears.

 

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OUT-FM

Mon. May 3 , 2004

 

Host Marle Becker speaks with Dr. David Kay Johnson on his new book called the "Lavendar Scare" the Cold War persecution of gays and lesbians in the Federal Government.

C. Dickson Osborn co-founder and executive director of the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) and Captain Auston Brook on life in Quitar. Mr. Osborn has issued 10 annual reports on "Don't Ask Don't Tell." Click HERE to listen to part 1 of the show. To contact SLDN call 202-328-FAIR or go to www.sldn.org

C. Dickson Osborn

Producer Pedro Serrano interviews queer concert promotor Freddy Freedman and Yolanda

Click HERE to listen to the second half of the show.

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OUT-FM

Mon. April 26, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

 

Host Peter Jonas pays tribute to "Bitch & Animal" the lesbian music duo who are off on their separate ways to new mucical projects. Jesse Heiwa interviews Sean Strub on the 10th anniversary of Poz Magazine, the national magazine for people living with HIV/AIDS and the people who care for them. Click HERE to listen to the first half of the show.

Suzy Day pokes fun at queer New York Times Society page types. (stand well away from sharp objects and prepare to fall on the floor when you hear this) Jesse Heiwa interviews Butch Arnold of B-FLAG, Blind Friends of Lesbians and Gays, about the challenges of isolation and homophobia for blind LGBT folks. . BFLAG's website is at www.bflag.org. For more info contact ButchArnold@bflag.org

Click HERE to listen to the second half of the show.

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OUT-FM

Mon. April 19, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

John Riley interviews Juan Carlos Velazquez of Llego, the national Latino LGBT organization, about the upcoming "Latina Lesbian Health Conference" and the "Transgender Leadership Summit" taking place on April 22-25 in Washington DC and its participation in the the Reproductive Rights March that weekend. Also appearing is Terry Boggis of the Manhattan based LGBT Center discussing the importance of the march. Click here to go to the LGBT Center's website for ticket information or to African Ancestral Lesbian's website for ticket info. For the national organizing site click HERE. To listen to the segment click HERE

Pedro Serano interviews members of female bands performing in the groundbreaking Queercore Blitz, a first ever tour of alternative LGBT bands. The show will include a live performance by two bands--Davies vs. Dresch (alternative) and BoySkout (punk) this segment will include a discussion of the corporate media's exclusions of alternative expression. For more info on the bands go to www.queercoreblitz.com. For advance tickets go to ticketweb.com To listen to the whole show click HERE.

Click on Photos above for quicktime shorts (15 sec each) from their on-air performance.

Click on above photo of Davies and Drish for 15 second video. (sound quality poor as is through the walls)

 

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Health Action

Mon. April 19, 2004

1pm-2pm, 99.5FM

Web Special

Keith Cylar, AIDS activist, organizer and movement builder obituary. Click here.

 

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OUT-FM

Mon. April 19, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

Web Special

Pacifica Celebrates 55 years: MP3 files of Democracy Now!'s report on the founding of Pacifica Click HERE for the first 1/2 hour.

Click HERE for the second 1/2 hour.

 

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OUT-FM

Mon. April 12, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

John Riley interviews Eric Monse of Jews Against The Occupation about a clampdown on a group of predominantly queer activists who face jail time for protesting the murder of Rachel Corrie and other Israeli war crimes. Click HERE for a report on their sentencing.

Brad Taylor Interviews a MCC minister performing gay marriages in defiance of the law

Pedro Angel Serrano gives us a scene report

Click HERE to listen to the first half hour.

Click HERE to listen to the 2nd half hour

OUT-FM Flyer Click HERE to download palmcard

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OUT-FM

Mon. March 29, 2004

11am-noon, 99.5FM

This show focuses on an important discussion held at the Socialist Scholars Conference in March of this year called "Queers and the Left."The program excerpts include the sharply contrasting views of Richard Goldstein, editor and writer of the Village Voice, Joseph DeFillipes of Queers For Economic Justice and Trishala Deb of the Audre Lorde Project, a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people of color community center in Brooklyn. We'll also hear from Leslie Feinberg of Workers World and Martin Duberman a historian of the modern LGBT movement.

Click HERE for first 1/2 hour of the show .

Click HERE for 2nd 1/2 hour of the show.

Click HERE to hear the extended discussion.

OUT-FM Flyer Click HERE to download palmcard

 

Mon. Feb 23rd, 2004

John Riley hosts

*John Riley interviews Mark Milano about a recent 400% price hike on Abbott Laboratories anti-HIV drug Norvir. Click HERE for how to protest this hike. Click HERE to download part 1 of the show. (segment co-produced by T. Richard Corcoran)

*Peter Jonas explores the Radical Faeries, Faerie Camp Destiny, and an upcoming star studded fundraiser for it. Click HERE to listen to part 2 of the show

*Suzi Day gives her humor commentary

 

 

February 16, 2004 Peter Jonas hosts
*Click here to hear the news and Andrea Sears updates us on "gay marriage" and interviews Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Moats, author of "Civil Wars , a Battle for Gay Marriage Today".
*Marle Berker interviews Elmer Lakkins left, 84 and Gustavo Archilla, 88 who hid their sexuality for 58 years until they were married in Canada in November
*Peter Jonas commentary on Gay marriage

 


Special Radio Presentation: The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin

Monday, February 2nd from 11-2 PM

photo by Bert Andrews www.rustin.org


Over the course of this two-hour special OUT-FM will be exploring the fascinating life of African American revolutionary pacifist and civil rights activist Bayard Rustin.

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Bayard Rustin, a gay man of African descent, was one of the great civil rights leaders in American history. A brilliant, heroic and extremely accomplished theoretician and tactical strategist, he was the central organizer of the legendary 1953 march on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his most famous oration, the “I Have a Dream“ speech. It was Bayard Rustin who deepened Dr. King’s understanding of the theory and practice of Mahatma Ghandi’s philosophy of non-violent direct action in the context of the struggle for the African American Freedom equality and civil rights struggles. Rustin himself used this model in the 1940’s 50’s and 60’s. As a gay men, a black man and a pacifist, Rustin paid a very high price for freedom. He was jailed as a gay man on so-called Morals Charges, jailed for three years as a pacifist for refusing the draft in World War 2 and jailed dozens of times as a black man for resisting Jim Crow segregation. He even spent 28 days on a chain gang.

We'll look at Rustin's role as a key advisor to Martin Luther King on non-violent direct action as a strategy for social change. Rustin also was one of the first freedom riders - with the Journey of Reconciliation - in 1947, a decade before the freedom rides of the 1960's. Rustin's career as an activist and organizer for the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the American branch of an international organization of Christian pacifists and in the civil rights movement was greatly affected by homophobia in this milieu

.During the McCarthy era, Rustin was outed in 1953 as a result of his arrest on morals charges in Pascedena, California. He was forced to resign from his job with the Fellowship of Reconcilliation because of public awareness of his homosexuality. In 1955 he met Dr. Martin Luther King in Montgomery, Alabama during the bus boycott protesting the Jim Crow system of racial segregation. We will also discuss his conservative turn, which began in the late 1960s.

OUT-FM hosts John Riley, Anthony Glover and Brad Taylor will interview four guests to discuss the life of this remarkable man: biographer John D'Emilio, War Resister League comrades Bill Sutherland and Dave McReynolds, and also life partner of 10 years, Walter Naegel.

John D'Emilio is the author of Lost Prophet, The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin and is a professor of history and of gender and women's studies at the University of Chicago. A Guggenheim and National Endowment of the Arts fellow from 1995-1997, he also served as the Founding Director of the Policy Institute of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. He earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1982.

This program is part of the WBAI Winter Fundraising Drive, and copies of D'Emilio's book will be available as premiums to those pledging at certain donation levels.

 


Monday January 12th 11am-noon

Black Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Two-Spirit Sexuality Part 1

& International Transgender Conference

Exerpts from Face-Off 2, a community dialogue on sex and sexuality. Hosted by Mark Fowler, sponsored by Black Pride NYC. Recorded and edited by John Riley. Click here to download or hear the segment.

Reportback on Transgender Conference in Taiwan w/lesbian poet Minnie Bruce Pratt and Leslie Feinberg

Click here for the first 1/2 hour of the show (6.8meg)

Click here for the second 1/2 hour of the show (6.8meg)


Monday, January 5th:

The Secret Lives of Married Men & Pacifica Radio's Historic Elections

 

Marle Becker discusses The Secret Lives of Married Men with David Leddick. Click here to listen to this segment.

Brad Taylor will give us a synopsis of the year long battle at WBAI to reclaim Pacifica and the importance of voting in the Pacifica Local Station Board Elections. Monday Jan.5th is the date the ballots are to be mailed. Click here for text version. Click here for sound file.

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Mon., Dec. 28:

Butch and Femme Explored

11:00-11:55 am

Jesse Heiwa interview's authors Leslie Feinberg and Joan Nestle about Feinberg's 10th anniversary edition of Stone Butch Blues and Nestle about her 10th anniversary edition of "The Persistent Desire: A Butch-Femme Reade.," Nestle, will also discusses her new life in Australia after being forced out of her New York apartment by a greedy landlord. Click here for first half hour of the show (7 meg mp3 sound file)

Marle Becker interviews Moises Kaufman on his new Broadway play "I Am My Own Wife" about a transvestite living and surviving in Nazi Germany. Click here for second half hour of the show (7meg mp3 sound file)

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TRANGENDERED EXPERIENCE

Mon. Dec.21, 2003

Part 1, 30min 10meg mp3 file

Part 2, 30min 10meg mp3 file

HOSTS: JACKIE VIMO AND CHRISTINA HANHARDT

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Reclaiming Pacifica

Mon. Dec 15, 2003

OUT-FM: Special on Pacifica History
Three years after the WBAI Christmas Coup, a look-back at the origin and legacy of Pacifica's hijacking and the successful battle waged by listeners and producers to reclaim the network. Local Advisory Board member Mimi Rosenberg discusses this history and the importance of listeners participating in the upcoming station board elections. Plus a documentary "We Are Pacifica," produced by Free Speech Radio News in January 2001.

History of the battle to reclaim Pacifica. Part-1 click here to download mp3 file. (w/Mimi Rosenberg-20 min) 7 meg sound file

Pacifica History Part 2, click here to download mp3 file by Free Speech Radio News (ed.25min produced Jan. 2001) 7 meg sound file

Click here for a detailed written timeline of the Pacifica Crisis

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Mon. Dec 1, 2003

AIDS Vaccine Ethics

John Riley interviews Dr. Alan Berkman about the various efforts to create AIDS vaccines and the ethical problems with such efforts. Dr. Berkman is a long time political activist and former political prisioner. He is currently on the faculty of the department of Epidemiology at the mailman school of public health at Columbia University, Dr. Berkman also is a coordinator of a number of Global AIDS projects and responsible for developing collaborations between the Mailman School of Public Health and the Nelson Mandela School of Medicine in Durban South Africa. (segment co-produced by T. Richard Corcoran)

Part 1-Dr. Alan Berkman on AIDS Vaccine Trials (13 min)

Part 2-Dr. Alan Berkman on AIDS Vaccine Trials (13.5 min)

 

 

Transgender Murders in DC

Join OUT-FM for a report on the murders of 3 transgendered people in Washington DC this summer. The report was prepared by Voices With Vision a radio collective at WPFW, the Washington, DC Pacifica station.

NYPD Raids POC Activists

We'll also hear the latest about a police raid on a fundraiser for people of color activists in which one non-violent transgender activist and 7 others were arrested.Also join us for another look at an out queer musical group.

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Human Rights in South Africa

On Monday October 6th at 11am join OUT-FM's Brad Taylor for an interview with Human Right's Watch representative Whitney Brown on the situation for Lesbian's and Gays in Southern Africa. Click here to download for play. For FTP download click here,

Queer Hip-Hop Part 2

Pedro Angel Serrano concludes part two of an interview with queer hip-hop performers Paradigm and Dutchboy. Click here and hold to download to your hard drive for to play this 7 meg mp3 file.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Black Panthers and Gay Liberation

On Monday September 29nd at 11am join OUT-FM for a special segment: Black Panthers and Gay Liberation- OUT-FM collective member Tony Glover interviews two ex-Panthers on the party’s advanced position on gays and lesbians in society and the need for a revolutionary alliance that included them. David Hilliard and Erica Huggins are guests. The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was an African-American revolutionary party which fought for land, peace and self-determination for the black nation. For more information go to www.blackpanther.org. To listen to the segment, click here. Or to listen to the first half hour of the show which includes this segment click here.(7meg)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I am Loved

To listen to the second half of the show click here. This includes Pedro Angel Serrano interviewing the musical group, “I Am Loved.”(7meg)

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Gay Men and Aging

On Monday September 22nd at 11am join OUT-FM as Marle Becker explores the topic of gay men growing older

Dutchboy and Queer Hip-Hop

Pedro Angel Serrano as he interviews Dutchboy and explores gay hip-hop

 

 

 

 

 

 

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War Resister Steven Funk

On Monday, Sept. 15th at 11am join OUT-FM. Jesse Heiwa interviews SNAFU member Dustin Langley about gay, Asian-American marine and conciencous objector Steven Funk. Suzy Day brings unother in her series "Diary of a Mad Activist" and Pedro Serrano brings another interview with a queer muscial artist.The petition for Steven Funk's release can be found at http://www.petitiononline.com/stephenf/petition.html. Information about SNAFU 's work to support soldiers and their families who have questions or objections to war can be found at http://www.join-snafu.org/

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Canadian Queer Marriage Update:

Click here to download story on same sex marriage in Canada from Queer FM on CiTR, Vancouver's public radio station. A lot has happened since June 17th, when the government decided not to appeal 2 court rulings in favour of same sex marriage. Their strategy to legalize marriage in the fall was thwarted by Supreme Court scheduling and now it is facing mounting opposition. This piece was produced at CiTR in Canada. . If you want more information write queerfm@portal.ca

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Sept 8th first hour
Sept 8th second hour

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Thanks to the Listeners:

Thanks for all who pledged during last week's Summer Mini-Drive. WBAI is still in dire need of funds to continue bringing you the quality, independent, progressive programming you have come to expect. Please donate generously to keep listener-sponsored radio alive.

Black Like Us First hour, with pitching
Black Like Us Second hour, with pitching
If you missed the special you can still support WBAI and get your premium for the next week. For $125 dolnation you get a gift of a copy of "Black Like Us" a century of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual African-American fiction (500 pages). For a $75 pledge we'll send you a gift, the complete 110 minute special (no pitching is included) including the full version of Samuel R. Delany reading his short story, "Aye and Gomorrah" as well as the complete interview with Samuel R. Delany, Jewelle Gomez and Don Weise. The premiums from the Summer Mini-Drive will remain available through Sunday, September 7. If you are unable to afford For a list of premiums & ordering information go to: http://wbai.org/support/premiums/premiums08-22-03.php

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Lesbians in Hungary

On Monday August 4th at 11am join OUT-FM for
Anjana Suvarnananda's (pronounced - 'Aan sha 'naa [' is an accent] Suwan na non)interview with:  Labrisz Lesbian Association-Hungry

Ryan Revenge

Pedro Angel Serrano interviews Ryan Revenge, singer for the band Best Revenge and the founder of SPITSHINE RECORDS.
Ryans describes growing up in the Midwest and how the punk rock scene helped in his coming out and in becoming an activist.

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Monday July 27th at 11am:
“The Expansion of Privacy: The Lawrence and Garner Sodomy Cases”
 
The program will pose the question: What Does It Mean…In the Real World and will seek to answer that through conversations with people ranging from legal analysts to activists to anarchists. We’ll explore the broader legal, social and political implications of this decision. Does this mean wedding bells are in the future for same sex couples ? How will this ruling affect ‘straight’ people? Does it also mean John Doe’s privacy is now protected if he wants to pay a prostitute ? Will this have a bearing on a woman’s right to the privacy of her body if she chooses to have an abortion ? Join us as we explore the new terrain resulting from this surprising Supreme Court ruling. Listen to the first 1/2 hour of the short version.(5 meg) Listen to the second 1/2 hour. (5 meg) The full 2 hour special can be found below.

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“The Expansion of Privacy: The Lawrence and Garner Sodomy Cases” Complete 2 hour webcast special:
First aired: Wednesday July 23, 2003 4pm-6pm, with listener calls.
for more information click here.This special can be heard in mp3 format if you double click on the following links:First 30 min (7 meg), second 30 min (7 meg). Listener phone calls are in the third 30 min (7 meg), and last 30 min (7 meg). or for slightly lower sound quality and smaller file sizes you can download or listen listen to the entire show in two segments:first 65 min (10 meg), second 39 min (6 meg).

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Bush's Domestic AIDS Crisis

**July 21st, 2003 - John Riley examines Bush's domestic AIDS prevention and treatment policies with Phill Wilson, executive director of the Black AIDS Insitute and Mark Milano, a person with AIDS and member of ACT UP/NY. (This is part one of two, part two airs on Health Action at 1pm. The Black AIDS institutes monthly newsletter can be found at: http://www.blackaids.org/ ACT UP/NY's website is www.actupny.org Click here for the first 1/2 hour. (8meg) (segment co-produced by T. Richard Corcoran)

On Saturday night the 14th of June, the internationally respected Hong Kong lesbian filmmaker Yau Ching premiered her newest film "Let's Love Hong Kong" for a New York audience.  The screening took place in the context of the "New Fest" - this year's New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and the venue was The New School's Tishman Auditorium.  The large crowd was boisterous and enthusiastic in it's approval of Yau Ching's extraordinary feature film, and the filmmaker, whose career grew mostly out of New York, drew loud praise and other off-the-wall responses from fans in her in-person intro to the movie and the Q & A session afterward.  Out-FM's Brad Taylor reports his own very favorable reaction to the film and encourages everyone to check out "Let's Love Hong Kong" and Yau Ching's other film works and her poetry and other writing as well - her website is http://members.aol.com/hoyuk/.  Brad caught up with Yau during a press screening while she was in New York. This piece is co-produced by Jackie Vimo. Click here for the second 1/2 hour. (8meg)

 

1986 Hartwig Rally

To hear a speech recorded at a June 1986 emergency rally in Sheradon Square in Manhattan on the evening of the day the Hardwick Decision was announced. Click here to play the file, hold mouse button down to download and save this 3 meg mp3 file.

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WBAI's First Gay Show-1962

**Monday July 14th at 11am on WBAI, George Reilly will host a look back to WBAI's first gay radio show in 1962.

Jamacian Queers

**Anti gay violence is a worldwide phenomenon. Stories from Jamaica illustrate the horror that Lesbians and Gays have to live with. The program will cover an interview with an actuve member of J-FLAG or Jamaica Forum For Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays, the only lesbian and gay rights group in Jamaica. Click here to listen to the JFLAG segment

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Internet Privacy and Sodomy Decisions

**Click here to listen to OUT-FM for Monday July 7, 2003. As Jesse Heiwa interviews Karen Schneider on the Supreme Court's recent internet filtering ruling and the connections between that ruling and the court's Sodomy and Affirmative Action decisions. The court recently ruled constitutional laws which deny federal funds to libraries that do not have filters to stop "pornography" access to children.

Griot Circle

**Christina Hanhardt talks with some members of the Brooklyn-based Griot Circle, a gathering of lesbian, gay, bisexual, two-spirit and transgender elders of all colors.

Weatherwoman

**Jesse Heiwa interviews former Weather Underground member Laura Whitehorn. Laura will discuss life underground as a Weatherwoman. She will also discuss the group's position on gays and lesbians within the organization. The Weather Underground was an armed Marxist-Leninist revolutionary group that carried out symbolic attacks against US politico-military installations in the late 1960's and first 1/2 of the 1970's in protest of the Vietnam War and for the revolutionary transformation of American society. The underground group had many members, thousands of supporters and was able to keep out most government infiltrators.

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Sodomy Decision June 2002

**Monday June 30,2003 at 11 am on 99.5 FM, join us for coverage on the Sodomy decision by the Supreme Court and activist responses to it. Also hear extended Pride coverage. Click here for June 30, 2003 show.

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1/2 hour of the June 23rd show (3.5 meg)

No Pride in War

News, Interview with Imani Henry on the "No Pride in War" contingent planned for NY LGBT Pride.

Queer Poetry

Also Poetry from black Puerto Rican activist Ingrid Rivera

2nd half hour of the June 23rd show (3.5 meg)

Ingrid Rivera continued.

Bitch & Animal

The last segment is an interview with a member of queer pop band "Bitch and Animal"

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NYC Pride 2003

Click here to listen to Pride Coverage

(If your browser automatically plays the page you can stop it by pressing stop on the tool bar. This may bring up a quicktime window which allows you to play the mp3 recording, or skip ahead through the recording, if you want, or stop. Sometimes this window is hidden, you can find it by using the window menu. You can also configure your plug-in with the down arrow at the right of the control plug-in.) Let us know what you think of the show, write to us at Feedback

 

Pride 2003 hour 1 Report from Kenyan Farrow. "Remembering Stonewall" by David Isay
Pride 2003 hour 2 Report from Kenyanl Farrow, Beyond the Pale interview Kendall Thomas and two lesbian rabbis about their experiences in theological schools and within the Jewish community
Pride 2003 hour 3 Music, report from Kenyan Farrow, poem by deceased OUT-FM producer Bob Storm, Interviews with youth of color, music and report from Kenyan Farrow
Pride 2003 hour 4  
Pride 2003 hour 5 Listener calls

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Thanks

We'd like to thank the entire team that provided WBAI's excellent five-hour coverage of Pride Day yesterday, which included OUT-FM contributing producers Pedro Angel Serrano, Lucia Gimeno, Jackie Vimo, Christina Hanhardt, Peter Jonas, George Reilly, John Riley, and Laurie Prendergast, the hosts of Beyond the Pale, Esther Kaplan and Marilyn Kleinberg Niemark, and our illustrious field report, Kenyon Farrow, a.k.a Cinnamon Jones.


We'd also like to thank all those who made the wonderful WBAI float happen, and who did lots of outreach and leafleting for OUT-FM and the station along the parade route. Thanks to Jeannie Hopper, Ericka and Charlotte of the Liquid Sound Lounge program here on WBAI, Aniruddha Das of the Asia Pacifica Forum program, Bob Lederer of the Health Action program, listener activist Charlotte, and the good folks at King Street Sound, a House independent label, who included Soul G., Kohev, Colin Thornton, Joe B., Rob Wonderman, John Martin, and Hisa. Finally, special kudos to the incredibly hard-working Reggie Johnson, also of Liquid Sound Lounge, without which none of this would have happened. Together, this great crew reached thousands with the message that WBAI offers a home for progressive queer voices.


If you'd like to help us with future outreach in the LGBT community and have suggestions about where to do that, email us at <outfmfeedback@wbai.org> or leave a phone message at 212-209-2980.

 

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Click here to go to first 1/2 hour June 30, 2003 show  
Second 1/2 hour June 30, 2003 show (3.5 meg) Interview with Kendall Thomas on the Supreme Court's recent Sodomy and Affirmative Action decisions, with "Beyond the Pale" hosts Esther Kaplan and Marilin Kleinberg Niemark (regularly on Sunday's at 12pm). "Beyond the Pale" is a progressive jewish radio hour on WBAI.

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Pride 2003 hour 1 Kenyon Farrow person-on-the-street report, "Remembering Stonewall" a documentary by David Isay, gay hip-hop music and more
Pride 2003 hour 2 Beyond the Pale, Interview with legal scolar Kendall Thomas, and two lesbian rabbis
Pride 2003 hour 3 Beyond the Pale continues,
Pride 2003 hour 4  
Pride 2003 hour 5 Listener calls
   

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June 23rd show part one

June 23rd show part two