Ep 66 Trans Day of Remembrance 2015

Today is Trans Day of Remembrance 2015 and this episode I’ll be sharing stories of triumph and loss in honor of all those who lost their lives.

This episode airs live Friday November 20th, 2015 at 6–8pm on KBBF 89.1 FM, replayed on Tuesday night on KBBF 89.1 FM, replayed on Wednesday night at 6–8pm on KWTF 88.1 FM, and live on YouTube here.

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Trans Day of Remembrance 2015

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From Wikipedia:

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), which occurs annually on November 20, is a day to memorialize those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia[1] and to bring attention to the continued violence endured by the transgender community.[2]

 

Interview with MLin of API Equality Northern California

MLin is a community organizer at API Equality Northern California, originally from San Jose, CA. They identify as a queer gender non-conforming Chinese American. As a student, they were actively involved in student organizing and archival research relating to the history of minority groups on campus. They graduated from Chapman University with a B.F.A. in film production, with an emphasis in sound design. Since moving back to the Bay Area, Mlin has been strongly drawn to living out their identity politics through both their community-based work and personal relationships. In their free time, they enjoy working on behind-the-scenes videography, listening to international pop/alternative rock music, and spending time with loved ones.

About API Equality

API Equality Northern California works to build LGBTQ API power by amplifying our voices and increasing visibility of our communities. We inspire and train leaders, establish intergenerational connections, and document and disseminate our histories. Our two main projects include our leadership development program and the Dragon Fruit Project, an intergenerational oral history project that explores queer Asian Pacific Islanders and their experiences with love and activism in the 1960s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.

http://www.apiequalitync.org/

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-Kaiya Kramer
Host of The Queer Life Radio Show


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