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We open with a rebroadcast of an interview earlier this year with Jean Yvon Kernizan and Selena who talk about Haiti just after the earthquake. 7/12 marked the six month anniversary and the situation is still dire. Stay tuned for a live update in the coming weeks. Director, Israel Luna's "Ticked Off Trannies Trannies With Knives?' Better be nice to the girls, or they'll cut ya!" one reviewer states--closes the Another Hole in the Wall Film Festival, July 22 at the Roxie Theatre in San Francisco. He is joined by actor: Willam Belli. He plays the character Rachel Slurr. Festival programmer, Kelda McKinney, also joins us. Trannies also screens in Japantown at VIZ Theatre on July 23.Visit http://www.sfindie.com Raye Mitchell, founder of I C HOPE: The Making a New Reality Foundation, Specific Community Change Programs and Projects in Development, and is launching the inaugural:G.U.R.L.S. Rock Summit, August 28, 2010 Oakland, CA. A program that focuses on supporting girls and girls of color to be global leaders and have local impact.Focus will be on leadership, self-esteem and self acceptance. An attorney who studied at Harvard Law School where she met President Obama. Ms. Mitchell is also a motivational speaker, activist in the change movement, change leadership, social entrepreneurism. Sheryle A. Grants joins Ms. Mitchell to talk about G.U.R.L.S. Rock and the skills she brings as a philanthropist with a passion for working with youth. Sheryl has raised 65K to support the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Oakland Bay Area Chapter’s Positive Steps Program (girls 12-17). She has also developed curriculum for Positive Steps. Visit www.ICHOPE2.com or call (925) 386-6781 or info@ichope2.com We close with a conversation with Annette Ruah and Catherine, founders of Jiji la Watoto and the Taste of Africa Fundraiser, July 18 at Habitot Children's Museum in Berkeley, 12-4 PM, to raise funds for An African Village Project. Visit http://jijilawatoto.com/media/