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Rosemary Misdary Jun 19
β€œStonewall was Noah’s Ark - two of every kind...It was known for its juke box which was controlled by drag queens and you wouldn’t dare choose the wrong song or you would buy drinks for the house live right now
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 20
"I grew up in liberal New Jersey, but the first time I heard the word transgender I was 15," says Jasmine, a trans woman in their mid 20s who called to say education and awareness among younger children is critical.
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 20
Call 844-745-8255! The phone lines are open all hour and we want you to join the community discussion about where the conversation about LGBTQ rights and issues is going. It's the final night of a three night series on the 50 years since
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 20
"We face a situation where over the last 15 years we saw some pretty significant improvements, but recently we saw a slowing down of that progress and even some regression for transgender and gender non conforming students,"
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 18
Replying to @WNYC
"We're not going home, we're not going to be quiet, we're not taking this anymore."
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regina weiss Jun 20
Hey could you please discuss the landscape for aging + folks? You may be aging and need home care but that puts you in a vulnerable position. What do you do? What do you experience? What if your home care worker disapproves?
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 18
Tune in tonight at 8 PM for the part one of a three-night call in special hosted by , about NYC as a home for LGBTQ people before, during and after Stonewall.
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 19
Tweet us about your experience in the Stonewall era: what did the Village mean to you then and what does it mean to you now?
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 20
"It's a weird time to be trans and living in New York -- this city has some of the best protections but I have some friends who are losing rights elsewhere that I don't have to worry about losing," -caller Juliana, a trans woman in Crown Heights, Brooklyn
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 18
Replying to @kai_wright
And that's it for tonight! If you want to go back and listen, we'll post the audio soon. Thanks to everyone who called in, listened, tweeted, shared. Please join and guests tomorrow night at 8pm for more .
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 19
Replying to @WNYC
Here's the link to listen:
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Brian Lehrer Show Jun 20
Tune in to WNYC now for the last installment of Pride Month LIVE CALL IN specials. is hosting. Tonight's show is an LGBTQ community convening. What do you want to put on the agenda? Call 844-745-TALK
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 20
"One of the conversations that does continue to come up: while there is so much visibility right now, we are still dealing with an epidemic of black trans women being murdered,"
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 19
Rich in New Jersey who came out in 1973, on the lingering threat of police raids: "The first thing you did at a bar was look for an exit sign. There was still great freedom, but the memory was still fresh four years later."
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Rosemary Misdary Jun 19
Listening to live now. β€œThey were breaking the law...sodomy was illegal in every state in the union...by being a homosexual you were a criminal.”
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Gothamist Jun 19
Join as he dives into the intergenerational LGBTQ experiences felt by the community here in NYC and beyond in the radio special at 8pm tonight, Wednesday (6/19), & Thursday, 6/20. Tune-in: Call in: 844-745-TALK
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WNYC πŸŽ™ Jun 20
What is coming next in our policy and politics? Call and join the conversation on air about the 50 years since Stonewall, and the NEXT 50 years in LGBTQ rights and issues. 844-745-8255!
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Kate Hinds Jun 24
1969: it was one of the few places that let everyone in the door, it had a great jukebox, and it was run by the mafia. LISTEN to this fantastic piece:
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The Greene Space Jun 17
Watch: talks with on our stage. Join him for more as he dives into the intergenerational LGBTQ experiences felt by the community in NYC and beyond on Tues, Wed + Thurs at 8pm live on :
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Kate Hinds Jun 27
"Not everyone wants a resistance march. Not everyone wants a celebratory march, But we have to kind of make sure that both kind of coexist in the same experience."
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