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Dear Friends,

You are invited to come down to WMBR in Cambridge (see directions) from 7:45 to 10 pm this Saturday night, September 30. If you are not in town you can call in 617-253-8810 and join us in our final broadcast. Come and share your thoughts and words with us.

And have a piece of cake and treats - (It is also Nancy's birthday). It has been wonderful working with (and for) all of you. Thank you all for being our guests, inspirations, co-collaborators, listeners, and our friends. It is with heavy hearts that we leave this labor of love to work on some exciting writing and video projects. Our website will continue and look for writing updates and maybe some interviews in the future. We will keep the calendar updated.

With Love and Kindness,
Gordene, Nancy, and Raving Raven

 

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Contact: Nancy Nangeroni, , 978-969-2346

GenderTalk Radio to Air Final Broadcast

This Saturday, September 30, GenderTalk will broadcast its final program.

Airing each week since 1995 from MIT's WMBR in Cambridge, GenderTalk is the world's leading transgender radio program, broadcasting live each week to the Greater Boston area. Streaming online at www.gendertalk.com since 1997, it has enjoyed a growing audience since its inception, with thousands of loyal and appreciative listeners around the world (see gendertalk.com/radio/kudos.shtml). Among other honors, GenderTalk received an award from GLAAD in 2000 for "Outstanding LGBT Radio".

All programs since 1997 are archived online for easy listening anytime. Guests have ranged from Kate Bornstein to Noam Chomsky to queer activists in Nepal and Kyrgyzstan to trans politicians in New Zealand, to the families of murdered trans persons and the parents of transgender children, to trans persons struggling for justice and triumphing in transition. Topics span a broad range of gender- related issues, with a special emphasis always on transgender-related topics, but also discussing GLBT, race and women's issues, a range of progressive politics, as well as poetry, performance art, and much more.

Hosts Nancy Nangeroni and Gordene MacKenzie extend an invitation to listeners to join them for their final broadcast on Saturday evening at 8PM at WMBR (wmbr.org) on the MIT campus: "Come down to the station and join us for our final program!"