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|12:20||Wilfred Labiosa, psychologist and co-chair of Somos Latinos LGBT Coalition, calls in to tell us about 2 upcoming GLBT film events at the Boston Latino International Film Festival, including one piece that focuses on a Boston-area trans person.
More info: 617-308-2102, www.bliff.org
|20:19||More open discussion, including:
Question of the Week
"I am not transgender but I share something in common intimately with the transgender community - I was born the wrong race. I have felt this all my life along with the confusion and shame as you have. Is there any such thing as a race change surgery?"
Evelien's Diary, entry 24: "Splitting Up"
Evelien's website: www.eveliensnel.com
|51:55||Jane Midgley brings over 25 years' experience addressing the US national budget, with extensive experience as a non-profit leader, manager and consultant. She has served as both Legislative Director and Executive Director of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, and currently directs Strategies for Success. She joins us to talk about issues raised by her book, Women and the U.S. Budget: Where the Money Goes and What You Can Do About It, published by New Society Publishers.|
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This year has been an enormously positive one for legislative protections for freedom of gender expression and identity, with more yet to come. Lisa Mottet,
Legislative Lawyer for the Transgender Civil Rights Project at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, talks about recent legislation both federal and state. Lisa helps trans activists and allies to pass laws and ordinances prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity and expression at the local, state, and federal level. She has also worked on making shelters safer for transgender folks, including those escaping hurricane Katrina.
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