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The majority of people who responded in the poll said that there should be legislation and there should be laws to prohibit discrimination based on gender identity and expression
- Seth Kilbourne
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Introduction and commentary, including:
Air conditioner installation at WMBR
Arnold Schwartzenegger’s candidacy and gender
Mayor of Hiroshima condemns Bush for
worshipping nuclear weapons
Casualties in Iraq
Congress votes against FCC changes
Question of the Week
" How can one tell if this is right for them? I feel that it is but I’m still struggling on weather or not I should. I hope you can help and I’ve just started seeing a therapist about it. "
|22:43||Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News|
The murder of transperson Gwen Araujo in California in October, 2002, sparked widespread outrage. Shelly Prevost, independent film maker and video activist, reports on the murder, media coverage of the tragedy, and it’s effects on the victim’s family. Her short film
Isn’t It Obvious, which is being shown at film festivals nationally, is a memorial to Gwen that documents community response to her brutal murder.
Visit the webpage for
Isn’t It Obviousat www.reelFreedom.com
|63:35||Boston area (and national) announcements|
|67:20||The Human Rights Campaign, the leading national gay rights organization, has long been viewed by many leading transgender activists as more obstacle than ally in obtaining legal protections for transgender persons. HRC recently announced a new strategy for trans inclusion, but is it smoke and mirrors or the real deal? Seth Kilbourne, HRC’s National Field Director, tells us about their current national strategy to improve protections for freedom of gender expression and identity.|
For More Information:
Read HRC director Elizabeth Birch’s op-ed
ENDA & the Transgender Community
Learn more about HRC at www.hrc.org
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