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GenderTalk Program Topic: Racism
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Betsy Leondar Wright Co-author of a new book that examines pernicious forms of racism built into our economic system (5/6/06)
Monica Roberts Trans activist, author, and co-founder of the Transsistahs and Transbrothas Conference, on racism and African-Americans in the transgender community (4/15/06)
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His last speech, delivered in support of striking sanitation workers, the day before he was assassinated (1/14/06)
Pearl Cleage Popular black feminist author whose new book considers the effects of the participation of black women in political leadership (9/29/03)
Lisabeth Melendez All about LLEGO, the National Latina/o Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Organization (9/15/03)
Harry Brod Men’s studies pioneer and professor, whose new book tells the personal stories of white men who are challenging racism (9/8/03)
Imani Henry Trans playwright activist performer, about his new play and current activism, and reading his poem, "Corn Fed Girl" (6/2/03)
Deborah Lake Fortson Playwright and activist, on the international trade in sexual slaves. (5/5/03)
Pauline Park Political scientist and transperson challenges "post identity" politics and the lack of visibility of persons of color in the transgender movement (3/31/03)
Geeta Citygirl Actor, writer, performer, and director of the South Asian League of Artists in America, on her work and activism challenging ideals of female beauty (12/23/02)
Jaedon A young Asian Pacific Islander activist on prejudice (6/18/01)
Grace Chang Author of "Disposable Domestics: Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy" (4/9/01)
Shirley Bushnell,
Nancy Wilson,
Daviko Marcel &
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On the recent trans bashings in Los Angeles, race, gender, and police behavior (8/9/99)
Ty Jalal FTM transgender person, on GLBT Muslims (5/17/99)

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