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Please join us - Wren Walker Robbins, Leeza Edwards, and Virginia Stephenson from the Trans-Spiritual Council, as we laugh, dialogue, pray, and share our intertwined journeys through the intersecting paths of gender, spiritual awakening and hope. We invite you to call into the show, email your questions and comments to email@example.com, or chat with us at our Facebook page - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Trans-spiritual-Council/258762820816535
This is a great show for Transgender, Queer, and Gender-Queer people seeking to find continuity in their life, connections with healthy communities, and a deeper sense of self-realization. Together we’ll share our adventures navigating healing relationships, moving forward through difficult life transitions, and exploring our place in the world as spiritual folk living open, healthy lives. Each of the hosts follow unique spiritual traditions, the intersections of our stories weave together Indigenous, Pagan, Buddhist and Christian mystic traditions. Our intent is to respect and honor all paths. Come join our exploration.
The National Black Trans Advocacy Conference & Awards Gala (BTAC) is a distinct educational and empowerment program event, home to nearly 300 plus trans and gender non-conforming individuals, our family, friends, community allies and corporate partners from across the country who are focused on advancing black trans equality.
BTAC is a unique life changing (5) day program that furthers education, provides linkage to resources, community building and organizing, leadership development and celebration of diverse identities. 5th Annual National Black Trans Advocacy Conference & Awards Gala takes place in Dallas, Texas April 25 - May 1, 2016.
Joining CAN WE TALK FOR REAL co-hosts Teresa (Terry Boi) Jackson and Michelle Brown on Wednesday, February 24th is Carter Brown, Executive Director of Black Transmen, Inc. (BTMI).
BTMI along with Black Transwomen, Inc. work together to bring the conference and gala to the community each year.
Besides discussing the challenges and threats facing trans women and men in the Black community, Carter will bring us up-to-date on the planning/programming for this year’s conference and awards gala including the featured events of Family & Fun Day, TransManifest Live, Black Trans International Pageants and the Black Diamond Ball. The goal for attendance at this year’s BTAC is 300 attendees. Registration is now open.
Show starts at 8:30est/:7:30cst, call in to 347-215-8985, and Press 1 to speak.
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The Black Trans Advocacy Conference (BTAC) is not just a convention, it's a joyful family reunion. This year the gathering celebrated its 5th anniversary with attendees from across the country and as far away as Jamaica. BTAC is a unique life changing five day program that furthers education, provides linkage to resources, community building and organizing, leadership development and celebration of diverse identities.Winners at this year’s gala awards ceremony included Elle Hearns (Monica Roberts Advocacy Award); Angelica Ross, Bryanna Jenkins, Yusuf James and Wriply Bennet (BTAC Trailblazer Award); Aurora Jonez (Community Ally award), and DeeDee Watters (Advocate of the Year).
Each day transgender people are faced with bias that affects all areas of life. According to Injustice at Every Turn: A Look at Black Respondents in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey, Black trans and gender non-conforming people reported experiencing the highest levels of discrimination of all transgender people based on the combination of anti-transgender bias with structural and individual racism.
Black Trans Advocacy, through its national advocacy center and affiliate state chapters works daily to advance social equality with specific focus on inequities faced in the black and transgender human experience.Hear about this year’s BTAC celebration = what was learned, what was shared, what was celebrated this Wednesday at 8:30PM EST/7:30PM CST on CAN WE TALK FOR REAL, your award winning blogtalk radio. Call (347)215-8985 then press “1” to listen and join in the conversation.
4/28/16..... Tonight join Renegade Smith and Ninja Scroll as they discuss, 'trans-formers.' There is a serious issue going on and our women and children are in the crossfire. Men in their restrooms!! Has this country totally lost it's mind?!!? Show starts at 9pm ET, 6pm PT. Listen live over the internet, or listen live over the phone by dialing, 347-850-8229. Press 1 to notify the hosts that you want to join the show.
12 nations, 11% of global population, 40% of the global economy, 25% of global imports, 30% of global exports. 800 million people bound by an agreement negotiated in secret from the citizens and almost all elected representatives. Who wrote it then? Trade representatives with multi-national corporate lobbyists and executives at the tables from start to finish.
A 30 chapter agreement with 5 involving actual trade. Environment. Financial Services. Patents. Copyrights. Intellectual Property. Pharmaceuticals. Health Care. Investment. Labour. Market Access. Procurement. Tobacco. State Owned Enterprises. Biotechnology and GMO's. And a new iron-clad version of the infamous Investor State Dispute Settlement "mechanism" complete with secret tribunals, secret judgements and secret awards. 5,544 pages worth of regulations, schedules, indexes, timetables and LOOPHOLES to empower the most powerful corporations on earth to have veto power say over how signatory nations will live their day-to-day lives. This is the latest method for the mostly American corporate elite to bypass the WTO, exclude and isolate "unfriendly" economies, enslave "freindly" economies and laugh all the way to the bank.
Protests have been raging in every "partner nation" for years as February 4 nears as the day for "signing" of the agreement in Auckland, New Zealand. There is no opting out of any section or provision unless stated before that signing by any nation. No renegotiation.
We are joined by Meghan Sali, a digital rights specialist with OpenMedia,org, leading the organization's free expression campaigns. For the past two years, she has been co-ordinating the campaign to shed light on the implications of TPP as they relate to preserving our online rights and building a properous, inclusive digital future.
Tune in and hear the facts on TPP.
What Do You Know About The Trans Saharan Slave Trade?
Why do we always talk about slavery as if it is a Black and White issue? The reality is that the Arabs have held Black slaves from around 800 AD to this very day, with no end in sight. This abuse of our people by the Arabs and Muslims is a well kept "secret" that must be exposed. How deep does this sickness run? Well, I don't know, but I do know that Arabs use a word "abd" to refer to Blacks, Africans, and slaves without distinction. In other words, if you are Black, they call you a slave.
Join Alex Primo and Asha Zuri Thursday, February 11 at 9 pm EST (6 pm PST, 7 pm MST, 8 pm CST) as we explore, dissect, and discuss the horror and devastating travesty that we call the Trans Saharan Slave Trade. A trade that caused the death of millions of our Melanated brothers and sisters. A despicable assault that castrated our brothers and turned our women into sex-slaves. You do not want to miss this episode.
Plus the brother Dennis Jefferson will be dropping by with another highly informative Healthy Matters update.
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Remember, Always Keep It Real & Always keep It On Point! #One
Main Topic: The Rising Trend of Trans-ism
Side Topics: New Gender Neutral pronouns. TSA molested student in airport. Trans gender growing in popularity. "Black Trans gender lives matter" activist interrupts Clinton campaign in Ohio. Buzz Aldrin developing 'master plan' to colonize Mars. Hamptons police shut down Sienfeld's son's Lemonade stand. Moody neurotic people are more likely to be creative geniuses, a study says.
Each November on Transgender Day of Remembrance, we mourn the loss of our transgender sisters and brothers and pledge to end transphobia but sadly our work is not done. Although Janet Mock, Laverne Cox, and others are opening doors for the transgender community, too many of our brothers and sisters every day must face discrimination, violence and transphobia on the job and in their communities.
Joining CAN WE TALK FOR REAL co-hosts Terry and Michelle on Wednesday August 12, 2015 is Carter Brown, founder and director of (BTMI) Black Transmen Inc. With its sister organization Black Transwomen Inc., they are leading the way in Black trans-advocacy. Through the Black Trans Advocacy Program, the Black Transmen Inc. & Black Transwomen Inc. and Black Trans International Ball/Pageantry System organizations have joined together in the only social justice program developed to collectively address inequities faced in the black Trans human experience.
Besides sharing the history of BTMI and information about its annual conference in Dallas, TX each April, Carter will discuss the “hot button” items for Trans Advocacy, resources for the Trans Community and how the LGB community can be better allies to their Trans Brothers and Sisters.Carter Brown is also a loving husband, son, and brother. He was a stellar employee BUT HE WAS FIRED FOR BEING TRANSGENDER! He will share his personal account of being fired for being Trans and how his experience is being used to shed light on the continued challenges facing the LGBTQ community in the workplace
Former baseball pitcher Curt Schilling reposted a nasty meme against transgender people in reaction to the new anti-LGBT law in North Carolina. ESPN fired him two days later. Schilling was unapologetic. Meanwhile, Andrew Shaw of the Chicago Blackhawks yelled "fucking faggot" when he was sent to the penalty box late in a playoff game against the St. Louis Blues. He first said he didn't remember what he said, then apologized the next day. He was suspended by the NHL for one game.
We will have trans writer Dawn Ennis on to discuss Schilling's remarks.
We look at what was a dramatic week for LGBT issues in sports.