• 00:31

    Letting our Voice be heard With Mark and Jess: Womyn VS Women, Spaces Respect

    in Entertainment

    Transition radio is a prominant radio source letting your voice be heard. Call in with your questions and concerns. Listen to up to date information regarding issues in the LGBTA community, spirituality and more. Check out our website http://www.transitionradio.net/home_page.html  and follow us on our journey on Destiny our RVhttp://transgenderhighway.blogspot.com/ or our Shame on you Blog http://shameonyou2014.blogspot.com/

    Every week Mark and Jess will bring you up to date information regarding the LGBT community, Spirituality, and updates on their Transgender Highway adventures, they will open the chat room and take calls so you can share your opinions and concerns. Letting your voices be heard.

  • 02:00

    Talk with Tenney: OPEN LINES: Misogyny, Discrimination, and Psychiatry

    in Current Events

    Accordintg to an article in the Daily News, Jackie O was institutionalized and electroshocked because she got into a domestic dispute with her husband over his affairs.

    Who is safe from psychiatry's reign?

    Womyn are far more likely to be electroshocked and drugged via their fathers, brohters, uncles, husbands, partners, boyfriend's testimony that the psychiatric rapers hold as evidence of illness without a shred of such evidence, committing multiple human rights violations against us.

    The mysogyny of Elliot Rodgers went by with little notice and instead the fraud of psychiatric profiling and a further clamping down on our human rights was put forth.

    Womyn, and Womyn of Color have been abused, tortured at the hands of father psyhiatry.


    From 9-11 PM Eastern Call in.  (267)521-0167

    For one special night, a limited amount of free call-in lines will be open for women in the lower 48 states who do not have access to long distance, to talk about their experiences with psychiatry.  Tune in for the number. 


  • 01:31

    Girls Raised In the South: An Anthology of Southern Queer Womyns' Voices and The

    in LGBT

    G.R.I.T.S. - A MARVELOUS AND DIVERSE COLLECTION OF WRITINGS AND WRITERS! This cutting-edge anthology G.R.I.T.S : Girls Raised In The South- An Anthology of Southern Queer Womyns’ Voices and Their Allies, edited by Poet On Watch & Amber N. Williams, can be compared to the pioneering anthology Home Girls which featured writings by Black feminist and lesbian activists on topics both provocative and profound. G.R.I.T.S. is a critical self-analysis and celebration with multicultural queer women voices and their allies through essays, short stories, poetry, photo stories and healing comfort recipes. The perspectives are of womyn who live in the Southern region of the United States and/or have a strong affinity for this locale. The theme of the publication surrounds the subject matter of erotica while enjoying food, our connection to the South, the bonds created between lovers, and in sisterhood, personal growth, be it spiritual or otherwise and our best G.R.I.T.S recipes. Come and sit a while on the porch and bask in this Southern hospitality. We have the iced tea waiting. Welcome to our lives. To join us in community please like our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/grits.anthology.

    Join us as we speak with editors Poet on Watch and Amber N. Williams along with various authors and artists featured on the pages of G.R.I.T.S

  • 01:30

    Developing Full Spiritual Consciousness with Laughing Womyn Ashonosheni

    in Spirituality

    Discover how to bring spiritual skills alive in every moment of your life. Our guest will be Laughing Womyn Ashonosheni from http://www.LaughingWomyn.com . Your hosts will be Tricia Kenney, Shelly Schmidt and Sandy Godard.

  • 01:00

    Holly Pruett Talks About Her Work As A Life-Cycle Celebrant

    in Spirituality

    Host Sutree talks with Holly Pruett about her works as a Life-Cycle Celebrant.

    For nearly 30 years, Holly Pruett has been a community organizer, serving as a leader in and consultant to the nonprofit community in Oregon and nationally. From ten years of work with survivors of domestic and sexual violence in her 20s, Holly has gone on to work for the LGBT community, on racial justice and environmental issues, and for stronger schools and social services. 

    She has also worked for many years in the summers at the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, as a production assistant and office coordinator, and where I had the great privilege of getting to know her better as we worked together.

    Three years ago she enrolled in the Celebrant Foundation and Institute, where she spent eight months studying all aspects of Celebrant ceremony design and delivery, and gained an incredible network of mentors and colleagues who see themselves as "rites of passage activists". 

    Now, as a certified Life-Cycle Celebrant, Holly offers her skills to individuals, families, organizations, and communities to mark meaningful life passages from cradle to grave. 

    For more information on Holly Pruett and her work as a Life-Cycle Celebrant go to:



  • 00:35

    Divine Femininity w/ Artist & Authors Ifalade Ta'shia Asanti & Adeloni Dewberry

    in Spirituality

    Today Indigo Wisdom Radio delves into a dynamic conversation with two amazing powerhouses!  Intelligent, beautiful, powerful, magnificent, are just a few words which come to mind when I think of our two guests.  Visit their websites at http://www.skyearthfire.com/ and at  http://www.reverbnation.com/Ifalade.  Ifalade is an award-winning writer, celebrated musical talent and dynamic performance poet whose work has been featured in TV, films and a wide selection of books & projects. Ifalade has rocked stages across the world as the rapper Diamond. She lit up the theater scene as an actor and playwright with originals shows such as Sakia's Gun. Now birthing a new genre of music she calls, "Hip Soul," Ifalade delivers her creative passion thru funky soul grooves laced with conscious lyrics & the sacred feminine. Ifalade and her writing partner and fellow artist, Pink Dewberries entertain AND educate. Book them for any show where conscious folks who love music and empowered womyn gather. Follow Ifalade on Noble Trinity Music  and on Twitter for updates on her music and upcoming tours.

    ALSO, purchase their recently published juicy novel here- "FLUID: Out of Darkness Comes Light" , where our sisters co-authored this piece of work under pen names "Tiffany" & "Savannah".  Tune into our fun discussion in the Light with our two amazingly dynamic guests.  Stay in-tuned.... <3  Danielle Lovelight

  • 01:02

    Reuben and the Dark on tour and Irene Diaz returns with talk and tunes

    in Music

    Reuben and the Dark lead off the show at 2:05 pm ET with their new single "Rolling Stone". Reuben and the Dark is the newest project from Calgary's Reuben Bullock and which I cxaught at a club in LA and had to have on the show. Fresh off the release of his second solo album, Bullock has formed a band of some of Alberta's finest musicians, quickly building a reputation as a killer live band. Their soaring four-part vocal harmonies achieve epic heights woven into hammering beats, always leaving crowds hungry for more. At the core of all this are Bullock's songs, which manage to achieve a balance between seemingly disparate elements: the introspective with the anthemic, and the feat of sounding simultaneously ancient and uniquely contemporary.

    Irene Diaz returns to Music Friday at 2:30 pm ET with her unique, aching blues and ukelele-backed pop rock. She will also talk with us about the Womyn of Color Conference she is a participant in at Cal State Univesity.Born in the heart of Los Angeles, Irene Diaz has emerged as an independent artist with a tremendous sound and a huge future. A singer/songwriter who plays both guitar and piano, accompanied by her very talented collaborator Carolyn Cardoza,Irene is at home in a recording studio, a showcse or a big hall - she maintains the same intimacy with her audience through a very personal voice. Her initial exposure to music came at a young age, at only 15 years old she developed her own writing/playing style that sets her apart now at 25. We are delighted she can take a break to talk with us.

    Nominate your favorite band to be on Music Friday. Go to our website, navigate to the Your Choice page at http://musicfriday.n….nationbuilder.com/your_choice and tell us who you want to see.


  • 01:56

    Epiphany's House Featuring Joyce Lee!

    in Poetry

    I am BACK!  After a months sick leave I decided to come back with a BANGIN artist for you all...I give to you all fellow Bay Area Artist...Joyce Lee....Please join us as we sit down and chop it up and then do a bit of Q & A and then...OPEN MIC!!!!! Yep....So..brang it..and I will see u at the show..Love,E
    Joyce Lee is a writer, poet, story teller and educator born and raised in California's Bay Area. She has performed for Lexus' Versus & Flow TV Show on TV One, Two Chairs Story Telling in Minnesota, is a regular story teller for NPR's Snap Judgment and Internationally throughout Europe and Canada as a poet. You can purchase her CD No Country for Honest Womyn at joycelee.bandcamp.com.

  • 00:58

    This Is Iyanna Jones w/Jamie Yancovitz

    in Entertainment

    “This Is Iyanna Jones” is a show that discusses all things political, creative and creatively political. Our guests are artists, entrepreneurs, activists, and world changers who Defy Containment, Destroy the Illusion and Crush the Machine!
    This week, we'll be discussing gender issues & the oppressions women of color face, historically and currently, with specific attention paid to the Palestinian woman's struggle. We'll be sitting down with Jamie Yancovitz, a scholar, activist & womyn warrior from the Bronx to talk about some notable womyn warriors, past and present, who've fought this oppression both physically and creatively. Jamie is currently a member of Scientific Soul Sessions and is pursuing her MA in Middle Eastern Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies and Languages & Cultures of Asia from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

  • 00:58

    Part 1: Monica Roberts Addresses Michfest's Trans Policy

    in Women

    Monica Roberts, Trans Activist and  Founding Editor of TransGriot, joins Genia on the show to discuss:
    Michfest's policy that excludes trans women Which feminists have been at the forefront of promoting transphobia Which feminist works with right wing politicians to pass anti-trans laws This is the first part of a two part series.
    Learn more: 
    The TERF Queer Dictionary | TERF My Vagina is Not What Makes Me a Woman Just Another Woman at Michfest Are All "Womyn" Welcome? MichFest and the Struggle for Trans Inclusion??? Listen to more SistersTalk Radio. Subscribe to SistersTalk Radio on iTunes. Follow Genia on Twitter. Become a SistersTalk Radio fan on Facebook.

  • 00:44

    Undocumented & Unafraid ~ A DreamActivist in Motion

    in Entertainment

    Join me on Wednesday February 27, 2013 as we meet and speak with Jessica Hyejin Lee. Jessica is a Korean American undocumented community organizer with DreamActivist Pennsylvania. She publicly came out as undocumented in March 2012 as part of a civil disobedience to demand the release of an undocumented El Salvadorian detainee. She co-founded SUDDEN Movement (Students for Undocumented Dreams & Decision Equity Now!) to change admissions & public safety policies on college campuses such as Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges and American University. Join as we discuss what it's like Being a Korean American undocumented immigrant; Coming out of the shadows and being empowered through the concept of identity; Fighting against authorities through confrontational tactics, i.e. not being sorry; and Embracing multiple identities as an activist. DreamActivist Pennsylvania is an undocumented-led activist group that fights to build immigrant power in our communities. We are undocumented, unafraid and unapologetic. Our group is comprised of immigrants: people of color, LGBTQ and gender non-conforming persons, womyn, men, students, workers, parents, and allies. As undocumented immigrants, we believe that the people personally affected must be at the forefront of the immigrant rights struggle. We reject society’s notion of a model immigrant and the demand for cultural assimilation. We stand with all immigrants regardless of criminal record, socioeconomic class, and educational background. We are dedicated to fostering a sustainable immigrant rights movement that fights against the criminalization of our community members. We believe in direct action as a means to achieve that respect.

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