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Question of the week:
Question: " I began my RLT on June 15th and I have noticed that the many stages and milestones before my move to full time as a MTF gave me the chance looked at them with excitement and anticipation. Now that I have basically done all that is needed (ie. name change, driver license, working as female, etc.) I have noticed a slight kind of depression. A sort of lack of hurdles to achieve, now I work and look forward to my SRS with in a year or so but have begun now just living day to day. Is this feeling of a lack of things to achieve common when the "race" is almost run? Hope I have made my self clear. " (from: Cindi Harrington, Beverly, MA)
|15:35||Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News|
Jeremy Brecher, author (with Tim Costello) of the book "Global Village or Global Pillage: Economic Reconstruction from the Bottom Up" and the video by the same name. Jeremy has written eight other books on labor and social movements, including "Globalization From Below: The Power of Solidarity," and "Strike." (South End Press)
Visit the Global Village or Pillage website at www.villageorpillage.org
Jeremy Brecher's ZNet HomePage
-- This interview was pre-recorded on Sunday, September 9, 2001 (the day before the program aired).
|64:40||Boston area (and national) announcements|
Stacey Montgomery, Boston area transactivist and performance poet, on the politics of collaborative activism.
Visit ButchDykeBoy.com, a leading Boston-area queer events and activism resource site, or read all about Stacey at her Postmodern Princess website.
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