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Prism Radio was started in June of 2010 to help "shed light" on and in the Transgender Community. So many things go "unsaid" that needs to be said so that is what Prism Radio is here to do. The show will typically air on most other Sunday Night at 8:00pm (eastern) but the schedule varies so you would need to check the show schedule on our website. In addition to the commentary by the host, Holly Knight will have guests and although the main topic will be transgender, the topics will also vary. It is our goal to educate, to make you laugh but sometimes even make you cry. We want to shed light on the very difficult lives of so many transgender people but we also want to show you the amazing things about transgender people. We also have a website for more information at www.prismradio.com and you can subscribe to our shows on ITunes. Feel free to call in live with comments or questions during our live shows. Please be patient as it might take a little while to have you on air. You can listen to the show as you wait. Also, if you want to be a guest on the show, email Holly at hollyknight@prismradio.com or complete our form on the Prism Radio Website.

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#whosyourselfie is a new campaign for the film, "Becoming More Visible". Pamela French is the producer and director of the play about trans teens in the New York City area. One of these teens, Katherine Chambers will join Pamela and... more

No surveys, these are the actual reasons you do not attend Transgnder Events. That is pretty much it. More Info: www.prismradio.com Facebook Discussion: https://www.facebook.com/PrismRadio

We live in a very exciting time for the transgender community where things are happening on a regular basis that is improving lives of trans people everywhere. Join us on Prism Radio where Holly will talk about some recent news about... more

So, from what I understand, there are gender non-conforming individuals that does not believe the word transgender fit their personal identity so these individuals created the word trans*. As much the effort is admirable to be more... more

Robby was a young boy that had Spastic Cerebral Palsy and it was my job to help him each morning and evening working for the Illinois Children and Family Services. Robby was neglected by his father because he was born with this... more

In every conversation I have had about the problems transgender people have eventually get to a comment, "people are afraid of what they don't understand" and then "our" problems becomes a matter of ignorance. So, to eliminate... more

Homelessness for transgender people exist at a very high level. According the National Center for Transgender Equality, 20% of transgender people in the US have been refused a home or apartment and 10 percent has been evicted... more

The fears, dangers and mistakes that are made during transitioning. More to come soon. more at http://www.prismdirection.con

The Ask Holly series continues to be a popular show so we try to do it at least once a month. We are still taking questions for the show so you can click on the logo below or go here,.
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