• 00:42

    DADT and Now What?

    in Politics Progressive

    What does DADT repeal mean for civil rights...beyond the military. MassEquality head Kara Suffredini joins us to consider the affects. We're thinking DOMA and marriage equality and LGBT rights.

  • 01:00

    Lez B Us DADT

    in LGBT

    NIKKI AND MICHELLE TALK ABOUT DADT (DONT ASK DONT TELL)

  • 01:45

    AGurlzGuideOnAir- Waiving Your Rainbow Flag At Work

    in LGBT

    Join us tonight on AGG On Air as we talk to Tonia Snell, the President of 925HIRE, LLC, 925HIRE is a full service staffing firm dedicated to helping small to large businesses create an equitable workplace by  building culturally diverse expert staffing and training solutions throughout the United States.  We will talk about the importance of being out at work and how one person living their truth plays into the bigger picture of corporate diversity. 


    Also Joining us is Retired Sergeant Major Vonn Williams, The first African-American female to deploy an active unit as the First Sergeant from the state of Tennessee.   She served before, during and after Dont Ask Dont Tell and we want her to talk about how the military has changed over time. Has the end of DADT changed military culture at all? 


    8pm, Est. Don't miss this show!


     


     


    A Gurlz Guide is a powerful collection of LBTQ writers who passionately share their hearts, spirits, personal experience and love for the community in an effort to bring love, reconciliation, healing and humor to some hard hitting topics; real people writing about real experiences.


    In July 2013, A Gurlz Guide On Air was launched on Back2Us Radio Network.  Give away that that which you need the most.


    Pull up a chair, put on your headphones, and join Michelle Alexander on Wednesdays at 8pm for a few hours of empowerment.


     

  • 01:01

    Stovetop Politics with Virginia Kruta

    in Politics Conservative

    Foreign Policy. How it's failing. Why it's failing. (Hint: when Iraq is burning, perhaps you should focus on Iraq. Golfing, blathering about Climate Change, and consulting Iran for help may damage your credibility.)


    Why the primary that ousted House majority leader Eric Cantor is both good and bad for conservatives, and why Democrats are twirling their mustaches and popping popcorn over it.


    After pushing for the repeal of DADT and demanding that soldiers be allowed to march in gay pride parades, the San Fran Gay Pride Parade is denying the National Guard booth space at the event.


    And the best book review in the history of the world. No, it's not about Hillary's book.


     

  • 02:00

    Fandom - Stargate: Atlantis

    in Entertainment

    Discuss Stargate: Atlantis -- characters, canon plot choices, and why I choose to ignore certain parts of canon outright. What would I have done differently in canon? What parts of canon do I feel were left unexplored?


    Rough Trade and Fandom


    And a surprise interview with Ladyholder


    8pm Pacific, 9pm Mountain, 10pm Central, 11pm Eastern

  • 01:26

    CALLING ALL MILITARY PERSONAL ACTIVE AND VETERANS

    in Social Networking

      Military Service Men and Women,cwt4r, Ina, Michelle and Terry Boi would like to thank you for your service to this country. You have protected our rights, died for our freedom, and endured horrors that many of us could never image. So when a veteran was kicked out of the military for being gay, then asked to be silent about it in order to keep his benefits was that our countries way of saying thank you? Marquell Smith, Ex- Marine Sergeant and founder of Inclusive Community Project ( ICP) will join us and talk about how his refusal to remain silent meant he is considered a veteran without military benefits victim of DADT. Then how has life changed for our LGBTQ Veterans since the end of DADT and Supreme Court decision on DOMA. We will have that conversation with our guest Tiera Craig! She will discuss how the LGBT military community was still looking in from the outside when it came to benefits.  Call in on 347-215-8985 at 10:30 pm eastern time, 9:30 pm central standard time, 8:30 pm mountain time and 7:30 pm pacific time. Call in and celebrate your special Veteran as we acknowledge their service. Press 1 to speak.  

  • 01:00

    Chaplain Klingenschmitt on Israel and on repeal of DADT

    in News

    Hear interview with Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt and what chaplains are facing.  Also hear latest news about Israel.

  • 01:00

    Episode 33: The Other Side of Counter Insurgency and the fading of DADT

    in Military

    After a decade of conflict - is the impact and influence of Counter Insurgency (COIN) doctrine creating an imbalance in how we equip and train our armed forces?

    As we move towards the fall 2010 election, what happened to the push to repeal DADT?

    Join Sal from "CDR Salamander"and EagleOne from EagleSpeak this Sunday, August 22th at 5pm EST, as we bring on two guests to discuss.

    For the first half our will be Douglas A. Macgregor Col. USA, (Ret) , the author of USNI Press's "Warrior's Rage: The Great Tank Battle of 73 Easting," and "Transformation Under Fire: Revolutionizing How America Fights."

    For the second half of the hour, we are going to update a subject we last covered back in Episode 7 in February.

    Our guest will be retired Navy Reserve Commander Zoe Dunning, Board Co-Chair of the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network. With her we will discuss the lobbying efforts on behalf of repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" and a status report on where the debate stands.

  • 00:57

    PIJN News: The Homosexual Agenda & Israel

    in Current Events


    Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:

    The 5-step Homosexual Agenda:
        1.    Hate-Crimes
        2.    DADT
        3.    DOMA
        4.    ENDA
        5.    Gay Classrooms Act


    Defending Israel:
     



    They want peace with Palestine but Iran wants war

    Hillary Clinton policy of funding Palestine & Muslim Brotherhood

    The history of Modern Israel

  • 02:58
  • 02:01

    Life in and beyond the Military: Lesbian Vets

    in Social Networking

    Don't ask, Don't tell" (DADT) was the official United States policy on gays serving in the military from December 21, 1993, to September 20, 2011. The policy prohibited military personnel from discriminating against or harassing closeted homosexual or bisexual service members or applicants.   Our military sisters served with honor under a most dishonorable policy. What will be their mark on our LGBTQ Black history?On February 20, 2013 Ina, Michelle and Terry Boi are joined on CAN WE TALK FOR REAL by Tiera Craig a veteran, entrepreneur, activist and community leader She will share her insights on life in and o

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