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"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Throwing Shade
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"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Everyone can't be here. We are a couple months out from book publication and I just wanted to say that you know as books are now as other people's books are now being launched into a pandemic timeline. It's made me realize how disappointed I am, but I didn't get to interact with all of you when save yourself launched in the oldest tickets to the live shows had to be refunded so I wanted to say. If you have purchased the book, I'd love to hear from you please. Let me know what you think. Tweet at me posted on Instagram Raider Review. It means the world to meet interact with Y'all and it was crushing to have things cancel at the last minute. Specifically about this book which I love so much so. Please, reach out. Let me know what you thought. You Save yourself a bestseller. This is a show about individual experience and personal identity. There may be times when folks US identifying words or phrases that don't feel right to you. That's part of what we're exploring here. Please listen with an open heart and as always I welcome your plate engaged feedback and I encourage you to continue the conversation in your own life and with your own community. Welcome to query. Hey Queiroz Cami Year I. AM incredibly excited about today's episode. My guest is L. hearns. L. Is the founder of the Marketer P Johnson Institute, and if you follow me on my socials which by the way. Why do you listen to this podcast and not follow me on my socials but if you do, you would have seen L. on my instagram during the share, the Mike Now Campaign we talk about that. But also the Marshall Institute and I was just incredibly grateful to L. for her time and In that takeover of my instagram and then also to come on the podcast. So please Andrey this episode. Feeling. Still No no no Caralis? Awesome. Why always have guests introduce themselves when you introduce your? So absolutely My name is l. her I am the founder and executive director the Marsha p Johnson Institute my pronouns are mandatory and they are she her in her and I am a native of Columbus Ohio. I've never heard somebody say my prone mandatory. Let's pretty cool. Is that is that a state is unafraid use often. I do I think we've kind of bought into this idea that. Are Nouns are available for interpretation as opposed to being ways that we honor not who we are but I, we expect others to honor who we are. So I let people know you know that my pronouns are mine I try my. Best, to respect others you know especially under the guise of assumptions we assume people's pronouns more than we like to admit. Sure. How do you navigate that in your life? Do you find that you often ask folks for their pronounced? Asked when we first met I, think you asked early very early in the conversation. Yeah. For me I interchange. So I go. Between, using gender neutral pronouns for people whose pronounce I'm not aware of or acts directly specifically more intimate interactions that acts but though. At intimate I use just neutral language to be as respectful as I can. So you like. So in that case, you're going to default to them what you're saying yeah. Yeah. You know I always ever. Do at at, it was very difficult for me because you know as a Trans Woman I came into this kind of larger understanding of transmits. After. Leaving jail, and so the pronouns that are used for you in jail are. Very different than the pronouns of the world and so you know just in my life even prior to jail in just different experiences that I had a pronouns where not necessarily something that I saw people. To define for themselves. Wow I. Is. It artif- ask you a little bit more about that. Specifically. Specifically what? Anything that might have happened. During that time what when you say that that there were different pronounce in that time in your life. Just, I have so much compassion for you on hearing. There s the first thing that's why I had to do like a big exhale unlike. That sounds really tough. when was that in your life when? Down was that probably? Two thousand. Fourteen On that was really pivotal moment that kind of shift in my entire life into you know social justice than into activism in Sudan World of you know academia where there's certain language you. Defined and exalt ones live unions, and so the lived experience that I had was very much. So different Lee connected to language that people were using more. Broadly in hierarchy. Hype of structures. So what was happening your life before that? Like where where were you living in wars going on for you? Oh Wow. So my adult life I've lived. A. Back and forth between Columbus Ohio in New York. City and I had experienced You know homelessness in both cities, which is why there was just some back and forth. So housing insecurity is something I experienced tremendously throughout my twenties as I was trying to really figure out you know. Where home was for me as a Black Trans woman, you know trying to find a place Raphael not only comfortable but that I felt alive is something that I had always been searching for and I never could find it in my hometown and even in New York City, you know I was in. Ohio girl from New York City trying to find a home in this big place where If you don't have a Lotta money is very difficult to find a home, and so you know that was the experience that a had consistently prior to movements in new. York. City I worked in you know industries that you know gave me I think a lot of knowledge that I'm able to us today but it certainly didn't me any comfort you know around a living outside of poverty and so. I think a lot of those experiences what kind of shape not only my pilots but might desire to create more for me and other people. During that time where you sleeping outside, were you like crashing with friends? What was the day? All of the above you know so you know certainly during that time had Moved into, you know sharing space with an intimate partner and you know that was certainly in boat emotionally abusive Living Arrangement, and you know there was a time where certainly was sleeping on couches. Sleeping on floors in. New. York City.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"My guest is L. hearns. . L. Is the founder of the Marketer P Johnson Institute, , and if you follow me on my socials which by the way. . Why do you listen to this podcast and not follow me on my socials but if you do, , you would have seen L. on my instagram during the share, , the Mike Now Campaign <hes> we talk about that. . But also the Marshall Institute and I was just incredibly grateful to L. for her time and <hes>. . In that takeover of my instagram and then also to come on the podcast. . So please Andrey this episode. . Feeling. . Still No no no Caralis? ? Awesome. . Why always have guests introduce themselves when you introduce your? ? So absolutely My name is l. her I am the founder and executive director the Marsha p Johnson Institute my pronouns are mandatory and they are she her in her and I am a native of Columbus Ohio. . I've never heard somebody say my prone mandatory. . Let's pretty cool. . Is that is that a state is unafraid use often. . I do I think we've kind of bought into this idea that. . Are Nouns are available for interpretation as opposed to being ways that we honor not who we are but I, we , expect others to honor who we are. So . I let people know you know that my pronouns are mine I try my. . Best, , to respect others <hes> you know especially under the guise of assumptions we assume people's pronouns more than we <hes> like to admit. . Sure. . How do you navigate that in your life? ? Do you find that you often ask folks for their pronounced? ? Asked when we first met I, , think you asked early very early in the conversation. . Yeah. . For me I interchange. So . I go. . Between, , using gender neutral pronouns for people whose pronounce I'm not aware of or acts directly specifically more intimate interactions that acts but though. . At intimate I use just neutral language to be as respectful as I can. . So you like. . So in that case, , you're going to default to them what you're saying yeah. . Yeah. . You know I always ever. . Do at at, , it was very difficult for me because <hes> you know as a Trans Woman I came into <hes> this kind of larger understanding of transmits. . After. . Leaving jail, , and so the pronouns that are used for you in jail are. . Very different than <hes> the pronouns of the world and so <hes> you know just in my life even prior to jail in just different experiences that I had a pronouns where not necessarily something that I saw people. . To define for themselves. .
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"My eight is, if I present myself as if I have just to dunked myself into the coldest creek, known to mankind, and have come right out of it and Sean myself to him way. You're saying you're you're you're you're you're man? CARROT TRIPLES UP. The time I don't know what it is. It's the whoosh of me taking down my pants in front of the doctor that it's just like. He has to like good luck finding it I. Don't know why it is now to be fair. Doctor offices are very cold, usually I think honestly that's it. You're free ours always in gold. There's always like a register every ceiling of every room, so it's like a three foot by three foot room with Y. giant blast of air. It's true and they're using. The stethoscope and like they're using like. Metal thing I mean it's a room. That's basically like I dare you to be horny. That's true actually. Thank you for defending me. You're welcome I. Think it's totally I'm hey. I'm the same as your Dick I. Just WanNa crawl up in behind. Can we end this intro on a high? No, yes, share some really amazing news. This is phenomenal finale. We asked. Not Two weeks ago. We asked for donations for the MARSHA P Johnson Institute. We ask for donations that we thought would total ten thousand dollars little. Did we know? With a goal of ten thousand because of every listener of this show or whoever donated? Twenty, four thousand I think right Erin I'm looking it up right now, I think Wendy we doubled that in no time. Past incredible so as everyone knows. Every single cent of that is going to the Marsha P Johnson Institute so they're getting twenty four thousand dollars. We're going to send that money right over and twenty four thousand, one hundred eighty four dollars there it is, and our goal was ten. Thousand of thank you to everyone who donated. We are now going to go by. Give us a minute, but we are going to go back. figure out WHO's joining us with zoom. WHO's doing it getting a thing for Mondo? Books but to every single person who donated. Thank you, thank you. Thank you I really hope this puts Mondo in the coffin interpretive. How annoyed! With after this? However, this was a hugh. He was a big. Big exciting thing to be involved with in truly, thank you. We've the best listeners in the wall and don't I mean look. This is a what a time. To. Be giving money. And support to an organization who is truly helping the most vulnerable among us right now? You will never ever ever feel regret for something like that ever. Thank you so much for making happen and we're really excited to be able to give you all the things that we're giving you in return so exactly. Thank, you for making the world again..
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Is propagation propagation is where okay, so when I was saying I was stealing plants in my neighborhood. You basically can go. You can go if there's there's a lot of wild succulents and stuff that are just growing in the neighborhood, so just took a pair of scissors, and I took a in snipped little pieces, and you can put them in water, and you can grow a whole new plant. Wow, yeah, I also is wonderful, but. She's game shows, Goddamn Day no, please. It's the same thing because. When my when my plants has a new leaf. I. Do scream like I just want to brass. Bookshelf from nineteen. Honestly I have been struggling. Sounds lovely struggling to do that though like I have to the thing the plans. You see you shouldn't kill them like you have to keep them alive, so there's a certain amount of like. Stuff you have to do which is succulent kind of the way to go, really, if yeah, fucking said, forget it bright. Because I had minster. I mean everybody's struggling right now I've been struggling about not. I've not been very good about turning my phone off. Yeah I, go I go in, and out of that will do like a day without it. Then the next day I'll do like twenty four hours with it. I also want to say this. Though Oh. I was just GonNa. Bring us to our next thing, which is in a matter of days we exceeded. All of our expectations for this fundraiser this yum razor for the Marsha p Johnson Institute now a anyone who's anyone in the queer world. She is the Queen of Queer. Liberation we. We say it all the time. and. We also say all the time that Black Trans. Women are the most victimized and hate crimes, group of people in this country and so. It's sort of two. To. Things that should inspire you to donate to the Marcia Johnson Institute. There's no. Incentive for us to stop this fundraiser just because why every single centers! Quickly them. Yeah, we just and by the way thank you so much for letting us. Reach this goal so quickly. This is literally all because of the people who listen to the show. It is literally because of you that that happened, so thank you I know it's a hard time financially for a lot of people, but just feel good about what you're doing it. Let's see what we do. Let's keep going, but for anyone who's given that you know that means a lot at i. don't even mean personally I just mean like. To. The movement of really recognizing Marsha p Johnson who was someone who should be top at the same time donating John Organization that specifically helps the most victimized people in this country so. The staffing people running. By Horror Black Trans People Young, and you are supporting them to. You're helping them to do and this. Is I think the lesson in general about what the kind of work we all need to be doing right now, TV. You don't feel like you can physically be somewhere to help any of the movements going on. Then you support either. Phone, banking money whatever time voice the people who are and I would also say that I think we just only highlighted the twenty five dollars, fifty and one hundred dollar donations like what you get out of those just a quick reminder twenty five gets you invited towards zoom a recording. fifty gets you called. Mondo one hundred gets you. A copy of Feminazi errands book, but also. One dollar to twenty four dollars donations. Get you a lot of respect from us. Just absolutely it doesn't start at twenty five dollars. It starts at one so just. No, you can, you can make a difference in two. Thousand people donated one dollars. That's ten thousand dollars. So it's. Maybe Aaron suggested before the recording maybe twenty thousand. Let's see if we can go. Let's let's do it that way. The send. We can have a ton of fun on this show, and we can also be doing it for a wonderful thing, so you can go to all our socials. The throwing shade instagram errands instagram my instagram to to get linked up to to what that is Put the link again in the description for the show to so, and then usually on Thursdays I think we'll do I've been trying to. I've been inconsistent data. Do Stories, so you can swipe up. so just one day on throwing shade of perfect, so just keep punching. It's very easy for you to find it. Go. Find me I'm razor. It's the only thing that comes up. Look easy peasy. Right do you WANNA get into by the way I do have a question about the shoes were comfortable, but I would love to, and that includes a nude slip and a pair of sneakers. I love a slip. That just doesn't even look like it's on the sheer. But those shoes what tell me the rhyme and the reason for how you organize to them. Okay signed I'm in. I'm in the closet. Honey. It's only well. It is a natural whatever it doesn't matter about aggressively. 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"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Stray shower thunderstorm. 78 degrees right now, it's partly sunny and midtown going down to 67. I'm angry about the meteorologist Brian Thompson on New York's weather Station. Fenton went wins News time at 2 53 Reald drama in the life of a really housewife. The ex husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo is accused of hiring a member of the Lucas e crime family to attack her current husband. In return, federal authorities say Thomas Manzo gave John Purna deep discount on a wedding ceremony at Man Zoe's Patterson restaurant. Well, his attorney says Manzo is innocent and he compared the charges to a fictionalized plot from a reality TV show. So far, no comment from the furnace lawyer. Google Doodle is closing out Pride month with a tribute to the late Marsha P. Johnson. She was the pioneering trans rights activists who was at the center of the gay rights movement for decades. Today's Doodle is dedicated to Johnson. In addition, the company is also donating half a $1,000,000 to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute that was launched last year to advocate and organize on behalf of the transgender community. Basics, has another launch today the third attempt to lift a new satellite into space since its historic flight of NASA astronauts to the international space station just weeks ago. The launch window from Cape Canaveral opens a 3 55 this afternoon. Officials say the weather is 60% favorable, so we'll have to wait and see. The launch has already been postponed twice from last Tuesday and Thursday. 78 degrees. We have partly sunny skies here now. The humidity 61% Windsor variable at three. Gusting to 26 miles an hour, 78 We're headed down to 67 in Central Park. Wins news time to 55 contractors, developers and architects. Crystal Windows New York City facility is open and ready to help you with your next job. Manufacturer.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Without its cream. Yup. That's right. How? This. My goodness that when we thought we was a trainwreck episode, we went promptly on the rails for like an hour and twenty minutes so that we just went off at the talking about giving away drugs as rewards. DOES CREAM! As per usual the what did we decide? We're like this. The the orphans orphans that are the boxcar show. We had the bunks car children. Of My goodness well to finish things off. You know there's been a lot of talk in recent weeks as to how. People, using their platforms to amplify marginalized voices and draw is to certain causes. Vocally and financially these days, so we're going to institute something new on the BNB this week moving forward, we're going to have what's known as a charity corner where every week either Liana myself or the guests that we're going to have on is going to choose a charity of their choice to highlight in order for people to donate or find out more information about and for the first edition of this charity corner. I thought it was really appropriate. If we highlighted the Marsha p Johnson Institute for those that don't. Don't know, Marsha, P Johnson. It was a revolutionary for not only black rights, but gay rights as a while she was a tried and true liberation activists. She was a key figure in the stonewall. Riots recently celebrated their fiftieth anniversary last year until I figured with this being pride month as well as all the conversation.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on In The Thick
"The next people and eighty percent identified as women, and that's from the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. By the way. Candy Black Trans Woman. WHO's a sex worker in an activist? Right his candy. Check her out. So. She was in fact, a victim of this she called did stop and Frisk. Two point zero an interview with the nation earlier this year and Spent some time in New York City so, what were your experiences with his law or the organizing around it, and can you speak to the ways law enforcement more broadly criminalize transpeople l.. Let's start with you. Yeah, absolutely so as one of the signers of the actual advocacy letter, the national civil rights LGBT groups. We formed advocacy letter around this particular legislation around. Yeah, you know the targeting of the community and you know I, think that one of the things that is rarely ever thought about is the way that policing happens outside of just the murders of people whether the overpopulation of at least. least in our communities, and what that means even with Colden, we saw how there were additional police in New York City that were dispatched, and throughout the Tri State region so for us at the Marsha p Johnson Institute. We've worked on a number of policing issues. We do identify an abolitionist organization, really calling or not only an interruption, but an abolishing of how the police are legally able to target black people how they are legally able to target Black Trans people in those who are forced to engage in different economy work. The reality is if there were jobs in there were resources available. then. Maybe there might be a different engagement that our community has with. Sex Work, but the reality is those reserves haven't been created, so we want to always make sure that people's ability to make a living for themselves at that is protected, and that that's not being interrupted by over policing or the targeting of our bodies. You know one of the things that I think again just historically is that in nineteen sixty nine during the stonewall rebellion? It literally was. A response to the ways that the police were targeting Trans People based on the way they dress or look so there were still law during that time that abolish trans. People from wearing clothing that you know. They felt reflected who they were in so walking out trans. This legislation is certainly a continuation of what this community with Black Trans or in New York, city in particular throughout the entire state of New York I've really been fighting against for many years. So, it was a year ago that we were mourning the death of Lean Gula Polanco who. Last summer, our former inter noisy, the goal covered a rally honoring Lee Lean in Foley Square, a rainy summer day. Hundreds came out for that day. died in solitary confinement, rikers island in New York City, she was after letting X. Trans woman placed in solitary confinement for twenty days despite a medical history of epilepsy and schizophrenia. Milania Brown. Spoke at the Brooklyn Rally of for Black. Trans lies at just took place. The same week as the Brooklyn March, there was video footage of a surveillance camera inside Polanco's room. At reicher does that video was released. It showed that the staff right failed to provide her with medical care that could have saved her life too often, right medical care and especially mental health care. Is denied to transpeople, and after the killings of Nina pop and Tony mcdaid, the ochre project responded to the moment and dedicated funds to provide black trans people with a free mental health therapy session with black therapists. E. N. who we heard from earlier, told our producer Harsha that they have been raising about one hundred thousand dollars a day. Damn, here's more from in. This has been my dream for a while and I'm just thinking about all the things that we as like black people in by Trans people go through like we need to have like free one hundred percent, free mental health therapy sessions, and so to figure out a way that we could do that with the ochre project was just such a blessing in such gift, so one of the things we talk about a lot on this show is our mental health talk about self love. We talk about nature or music or whatever things that help. You birding. You know anything that helps us, so there is a feeling like there are a lot of institutions and services you know and the police that are failing transpeople, but when you're thinking about a black trans lives, how important is the community when you're talking about mental health in kind of creating a sense of like? We got you that a lot of us. You know we talked about this earlier on in the fake. This kind of mutual support mutual aid so important is that in terms of mental health with the Black Trans Community. It's beyond important. I think it's necessary I think that is the journey of healing it. It's like a no brainer right. I think in this moment. What's coming up to me? Is Uplifting in parallel two lane. Polanco I think about Blake are Brooklyn ten I, just want to go back to two thousand fourteen because I feel like it's so necessary that I captured this moment. This is a black trans man who committed suicide right eighteen high school homecoming. King North Carolina right an advocate to the T. Youth and community right? I think about how often we forget that we have babies who are are at this center of. Of figuring out what life looks like, but also on the journey of identity on the journey of figuring joy, and so I think about Blake Brooklyn Tim because we forget about the baby so often committed suicide, because we are not providing mental health support whether it's from school that we have yet to center the importance for particularly a black and Brown folks, mental health services, and that is affordable, and that is one hundred percent free so necessary for Trans.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Ologies
"Course, so yes, Steven Universe is and Daniel also emailed me follow up note about making sure that the Kiddos in your life feel free to express themselves, and if anyone wants to learn more about supporting transgender children, they should seek out information put out by transgender individuals or trans led organizations, and why that's important is that research shows that self harming behavior is less common among Trans folks who said that their family ties had remained strong after they came out transgender. transgender women of Color in particular face, higher rates of homicide, homelessness and incarceration and a lot of regions there just are not legal protections for people based on gender, expression and identity, and it's June twenty twenty in the US were still fighting rollbacks of projections to lgbtq folks in healthcare. It's boggling, but on that note each week we make a donation to a cause of the August choosing and like last week's part one this week. A donation is going to Marsha P. P Dot Org the Marsha p Johnson Institute and Marsha p Johnson was an advocate and a black trans woman responsible for so much social progress that led to the pride movement. So this episode is dedicated to her memory, and to all of the strength, an contributions that Black Trans, women and men and non binary people have made in establishing traditions of pride, and for the effect that that's had on our culture and the Marsha p Johnson. Institute protects defense the Human Rights. Rights of black transgender people by organizing advocating developing transformative leadership and promoting collective power, and they were founded, both as a response to the murder of Black Trans Women and women of Color, and how that's connected to their exclusion from social justice issues, namely Racial Gender Reproductive Justice as well as gun violence, so a donation was made to MP PJ I to help. Keep funding for their incredible community, organizing and artists fellowships, which was made possible by sponsors of the show. Do. You have a painting project. You've been meaning to do,.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Pandemic Check In
"Welcome back to another episode of pandemic in It's June mid June now which is pride month I'm sure that you guys out. There are celebrating pride and with everything that's continuing to happen across the country and the world. We thought this week. We would highlight some black. Led organizations that we've been learning from and wanted to share with you. Guys so a few organizations here. The first one that we found that we really like is called Glitz G. L. S. and it's raising money to house black transpeople and they're just getting started. another group is called snap for freedom and they've put together another great tool kit for people out there who are interested in policing and punishment. An organization called Tgi. Justice has been doing some really amazing work addressing the Prison Industrial Complex here in California or I am. A few more organizations than Marsha. P Johnson Institute has often membership benefits while your money goes directly to the Black Trans. Community organization called the OKRA project works to have Black Trans Chefs Cook directly for black transpeople. And finally. For the girls that's for F O R. G W R L. ass they raise money to assist Trans folks with rents and affirmative surgeries, so you can find links for all these organizations and more in our show. Notes also lifeline which we talk about in every show we have than the show have their number. They put together specifically a translator fly now for transgender. People who are having suicidal thoughts suicidal ideation that number is eight, seven, seven, five, six, five, eight, eight, six, zero. All those are in the show notes that just happened. The show notes you can find those and now. Hey, Brooklyn minds how you guys doing today. Better now that we're together. Yeah I love doing us. Today. We have on your with us. psychiatrist. We have Michelle burnaby with us as well and we have well. Oh say who is a post, doctoral fellow therapist at minds as well. How well how are you excellent? Don't get. How's your week been pretty busy, but during it I feel like we're in an inbetween time right now. There's a lot happening, but Maybe things have ratcheted back a little bit from where we were in a few different like over the last few weeks. I think things are going to start like the pressure is just kind of like dialed back a little bit, but it's about to keep. Yes well especially with covert right because we're seeing states that kind of have been chill chill chill about it. Their numbers are spiking I. think Texas is one of Arizona so. Yeah. I mean that. In between I think covert numbers. Unfortunately are going to go up again soon..
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"Our intention is to continue to donate ad revenue when possible yes, to valuable causes at this challenging time Griffin. Do you have caused that you would recommend folks checkout Yeah, I would recommend the Marsha p Johnson Institute we donated to. That organisation Firma Bam Bam this week, and looking into it is is so great. Marcia Johnson was a black trans activist during the stonewall riots. Who was this incredibly important, incredibly incredible figure and the Marsh B? Johnson Institute goes to support. Trans folks all around the country and is an incredible cause. For so many reasons, so we'll, we'll put in a link to the Marsha, P Johnson Institute in episode description also. If you want to read about that otherwise yeah, stay safe if you're if you're still going out there, protesting That's incredible. Thank you wear a mask. Be Safe about it and I duNno I I'm not your dad or anything. It's not I mean my dog I'm your dad, but be safe out there? Wash your hands. A lot of people have just stopped washing their hands and don't get me started. You should be doing it anyway. It's not like they're going to. They're not going to send out a memo one day like hey, guys whipped cova. Did you can stop washing you still? There could be Rachel. I'm sorry pooping. On Air. Has Been a very poop heavy episode. Know. From June for you Talk Maximum Fund Dot Org Comedy and culture artist owned audience supported..
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"So good. And you know, take put your mask on. Put Your Royal. Grab your hand sanitizer. Drive around Oh if you've never heard. I watched the craziest fucking movie. Called the Brood I don't know if I recommend it, but it was great. But also Millie Jackson back to the shed. If you don't have that album, that's one to have. And keep donating keep. SP-, teaching your parents. Keep teaching your. Teaching and I have in an everyone should know now that the majority of information we have is on our personal income grams so. Just follow those because we're you know we're trying to constantly learn and figure things out, but also recommend places to donate to an action to take, and that sort of thing I forgot to mention this, but I have three things at. You can do this is from the HRC. To. Help the besides the organizations. We're GONNA list, but number one helping to entrance stigma that means with your family that means anybody around you. Who doesn't fucking get it. Make sure you cut that shit right good. Number two. You can give a trans person job. If you've got a job opening there, you go and number three helping trans people get into stable homes where they are safe. We're going to name some organizations that do some of those things, so if you can't do that directly that you could support these these groups, who can, there's the Marsha P. Johnson Institute that protects the human rights of black transgender people. That is an organization supporting that I think is fabulous. There's also the. New York City anti-violence project that serves New, York City's LGBTQ and HIV affected communities with re counseling. Legal Services Organizing Advocacy. Things like that. There's the OKRA project which I also donating to that I. Think is fabulous. It's addresses global crisis violence by providing resources meals to black trans people, and also there is T. G. I. Justice, which is a group of Trans and Intersex Intersex people inside and outside of prisons. Dead are creating a safe world united family in the struggle for survival and freedom all organizations I wholeheartedly endorse. I wanted to mention also the black. Trans Travel Fund which you can donate to they basically give safe car rides home to people who especially people who are doing sex work, glitz, gay lesbians, living in a transgender society and transgender serve. A variant Intersex justice progress. Did you mention translate? Didn't but translate plans always great, okay, entrance lifeline. Yeah, also if you've got a birthday coming up for someone who's like. Like your mom or Dad, who's like maybe not super cool? Just make a donation their name and then explain why you did in nicely. But that might be nice. That's fantastic. And then. Day You know you got a fuck yourself. You know what you gotTa know when to hold him got a a lot of Kenny. Rogers get better boat talks than he's Ed. I mean. No, no, no, no, no I. Don't think Kenny Rogers is on the right side of history, and by the way, prove me wrong, yeah! Come on me. Ken Heads. All right I love you, everybody. Can. I say one more thing. I'm sorry. Decent people should not obey immoral laws period industry correct. I. Don't give a fuck if it's on the law books I don't give a fuck. Their acupoint, million different things that were that were quote unquote, illegal or legal? That were fucking. I hope soon. Decent people do not follow email hope soon. We can start a countdown to French kissing again because people need it. I want to call it American. Kissing yeah. Were you just L. We, don't you? Do you put your lips over.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Ologies
"Spark, grass fires, but actually I will be honest. The most disturbing part of all of it was just this weird, consistent theme of the Blue Balloons getting cheers and shrieks of joy from the audience of the parties, and then like the pink cake, filling, getting Wales of morning from soon to be siblings and disappointed, shrugs from Dad's, because in not split second of knowing the sex of their child, they make a lifetime of assumptions about how that future child will behave, and what they will offer them based on centuries of entrenched roles that were all supposed to play little. Do they know these gender reveals are just a misnomer? Who knows what your kids gender will be only they do. Honestly they're just revealing their sex. Yeah Because you can't reveal someone's gender. It's really up to them, but imagine if they just had like a like a crutch. Reveal party like. Just a crock. Yes that's all. It is like from the Sonogram. We can tell you the crotch of our baby. Okay I. Have Some questions from listeners? Is it okay to run through? Some like lightning round didn't ask you some. Is that cool. Of course also for every episode we donate to a charity I was thinking of maybe donating to the Marsha P. Johnson institutue great. I figured it was perfect for pride month. As you probably know I started as a protest against police brutality. She was amazing organizer, a brilliant activists and she basically saw it's. Basically the white gay men were saying hey, we need to be nice about this and calm and respectable and shoes. She and really the chance women of color were facing the worst of it. You know it even though police for rating. All Gay bars? Mostly targeting women of color specifically transmitted color. And so these sort of respectability politics weren't gonNA fly into the. Thick of it and so. When she took a stands an and she really started organizing. She did this with another match transplant. Men of color so Sylvia Rivera. was another individual that with? Mushipe, Johnston really helped. Sue Build a social justice movement. And it is thanks to bear efforts really and the. Police brutality that sort of changed the nation's view, the community as a saw, these police sort of dehumanize this population. And that really helped to sort of shift the nation as well as really just started the eligibility. rights movement. And we really Oh, all that we have in terms of rights to these Trans Women of color that sort of started, basically what's going on right now and I? Really liked the idea of putting this because they are specifically looking to sport transfer women of Color and the Trans Community. So that's awesome. That's amazing. Thank you for telling me about that foundation so since this. This is two for one episode will get to donate twice to the Marsha p Johnson Institute, and according to their site, the P and her name stood for pay it no mind which is what Marcia would say in response to questions about her gender, the Marsha p Johnson, institute protects and defends the human rights of black transgender people, and they do this by organizing, advocating creating an. An intentional community to heal and developing transformative leadership, and also promoting their collective power, so they were founded, both as a response to the murders of black, trans women and women of Color, and how that's connected to their exclusion from social justice issues, namely Racial Gender and reproductive justice as well as gun violence, so a donation was made to 'EM PJ I to help keep funding their. Their incredible community organizing artist's fellowships and teaching next week when Dr. FAO takes all of.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Latino USA
"Dino Social Justice. Efforts have often learned from and grown with black movements. For, example, in the nineteen sixties, radical letty, next activist groups like the young Lords and the Brown berets would hit the streets alongside the Black Panther Party. The Young Lords started as a group of Puerto Rican activists in Chicago and grew in new. York they were inspired by the Black Panthers actions and made similar efforts in letting communities. The Brown berets started in l., a. and spread across the country, even modeled their revolutionary look berets and military style clothing after the Black Panthers. Black and Brown power movement that said we will put our lives on the life of black liberation. We have a history of always being part of each other struggles that doesn't mean we have to not interrogate. anti-black says that doesn't mean we don't have to check some people in our family, but we're in the streets to and I think it fits very mainstream white supremacist narrative to try to continue to divide who we are as a global black people, but also as a global indigenous people. Everyone has been kind of watching in real time. How this movement these protests! This uprising of pain and anger has been covered by mainstream media. It's so I'm wondering as journalists of color and of conscience, what is our role and responsibility in this moment in terms of how we frame this as journalists of color, we have this historical perspective that is part of how we report on. What's happening right now? Yeah, well two things that I don't believe there's objectivity and journalism that would be the first thing second. I would say we should be completely. About saying where are the Latinos Latina the next folks, not only mainstream media, but a lot in this white so-called left Progressive Media Dr, Jared Ball he is a comrade of mine. We went to Cornell together and have been comrades for long time. He's a media scholar in his theory is that journalism should be emancipatory that if your journalism is not about freedom than is not journalism. I'm wondering whether or not this is yet again another moment for the wider Latino. Community and people who are not letting next to understand about Afro Latinos, I love seeing a younger generation I love seeing the visibility of some Afro Latino especially women. My critique right now around all of that is that still unless we confront anti blackness and all talking about around Afro Latino. Identity is hair in food and language. Well, then you can be full at the accent. Participate in anti blackness. We're not dealing with the colonize mentality. We're not dealing with the fact that as a great Alanthea's community, we are told that a race to let the Anita is a race to whiteness is a race to being better than everybody else, but I would say in my generation and younger ones I am proud to say on one of those few people that have been talking about, and and really being about who I- racially am. Often to the detriment of me, even being exiled in a lot of. Mainstream Latina CTS circles. There've been movements on the ground ever since we were captured and enslaved and exploited, how do we use the pass to articulate the present edition, but to also be aware that organizing a self is a skill that you have to learn, and usually you only learn it through organizations. I love Dream Defenders Me Hint. The MARSHA P Johnson Institute you know what an amazing time to finally see, black and Brown Queer. Trans folks being like no, you're not leaving us out. We will not be a race. We will not separate our identity and we will lead this movement. We have theory out there. That is now called Black Queer feminist theory. When did I think I would ever see that as a guiding principle? And it's here. What's keeping you going? I mean we were asking the question not too long ago about how to cope with being in quarantine. We're dealing with being in quarantine and watching a mass movement. Can feel very overwhelming. How are you coping and finding places to nourish yourself in this moment? Trying to be more disciplined, realizing that sometimes you have to be still that reading and writing is just as important right now is being in the streets. You know secca. Our people. Are.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pok�mon GO Podcast
"We think the next area where we can make a powerful. Impact is through the culture ideas and role models. We helped to create to achieve that. We're going to fund projects from black creators that will bring the best of those creations to the mass audience, where they can shine a light on characters, story and points of view that validate the lives and experiences of the black community. And quote all right. Pretty heartfelt. That is heartfelt. He mentioned twice being a force for good in the world. I think that wherever you stand. On any of these issues. I would be hard pressed to think that anyone would be against. Being a force for good in the world. So with that being said, listen to this shit, and this is pretty fucking amazing what they're doing. And there's a lot so I'm just GONNA. Hit the bullet points. The, first one is big. NIANTIC will be donating. Proceeds from the Pokemon go fast twenty twenty ticket sales committing a minimum of five million dollars. Half of that five million will be announced insane. Half of the proceeds donated will be used to fund new projects from black gaming in a are creators that live in the Nyanza that can live on the answer platform with the ultimate goal of increasing content that represents a more diverse view on the world. The other half will go to US nonprofit organizations that are helping local communities rebuild. So right away! We have an absolutely insane commitment from NIANTIC. With money. Money doesn't solve problems, but money can be a catalyst to action so boom. They have that. Next more money will be donating one hundred thousand dollars to the Marsha p Johnson Institute and doing an employee match up to fifty thousand dollars. fucking insane. Thousand, one hundred, thousand out of the gate and an employee match up to fifty thousand dollars, black, trans people continue to be killed at higher rates than black people and non black lgbtq plus people in honor, the black lives matter movement and of pride month the diversity and inclusion team and the executive leadership team believe this donations, the right thing to do to support those who are most vulnerable to police, brutality and other systems of oppression, okay. So. We have an insane monetary commitment. You gotta think of this..
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on She Who Persisted
"<hes> those those identities each layer of that what is is one different form of oppression being a black person that being a black woman of being a gay black woman being a trans gay black woman I mean all of those things combine and saying I want my gay rights now as saying that I have a lot of identities that that deserve rights and they are being <music> <hes> denied me and it's not just about your game but also about exactly exactly yeah she was amazing. She did a lot of amazing amazing things up right up until her death in nineteen ninety two. I believe and there's actually yet ninety two. There's actually a couple of documentaries about her that I would that I would definitely recommend one is called pay no mind which kind of Oh yeah plays on her own personal name and the other one is I think it's called the life and death of <hes> Marsha p Johnson and that's on on Netflix right now and it's actually it follows a trans woman in New York. WHO's really trying to get her? Her death reopened as a cold case because <hes> there were reports from people so she died in in the Hudson River. which is the river right? <hes> Byron York she had been harassed as a as a sex worker as the tram sex worker and there were reports that she had been harassed by multiple people during that time and that somebody had gone into a bar and said that he just killed a quote unquote tranny named Marsha so and then somebody saw that she had like a you know a wound or a hole in the back of her head when they pulled her out of the river now that could have happened any number of ways but people within the community really wanted to <hes> investigate it and not just listed as an accident has a suicide suicide because they didn't think that she would have committed suicide <hes> so yeah it's still unsolved and it also I think the whole thing goes to show that as has a black trans woman as a activist as a sex worker she her death wasn't taken as seriously as the death of a white says person agreed agreed and I mean I think that that we see that just without adding the trans aspect to it we see it. The reporting of of how we report like people who end up getting kidnapped hit people who wind up dead in the United States. I'm sure beyond yeah but it's it's it's sad it's terrible yeah yeah so <hes> so she still has a long legacy and actually <hes> they are getting ready to announce this year that they will be putting up a a monument to honor <hes> yeah had Marsha p Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. I think near Stonewall on wall but I I do know that her name was one of the one of the first to be entered into the <hes> like not Q. Rights like hall of fame but this this monument. That's going to be erected for <hes> Marsha p Johnson Sylvia Rivera is going to be the first monument to I think they said the first monument to Trans People in the United States yeah yeah it is yeah I read that yeah which is ridiculous agreed. There are a ton of other podcasts that are doing like more <unk> extensive profiles Marsha p Johnson <hes> one thing I do want to mention though is the Marsha p Johnson Institute which is an institute that protects and defends the human rights of black transgender people by advocating advocating <unk> <hes> creating an intentional community to heal developing transformative leadership Very soon how pride month actually is related to rent high with what she has to do with it. All so Brenda how would was an anti war activist <hes> in in this case against against the Vietnam War and some biographies also State that this activism is originally politicized her she also has a sex positive feminist. She lived saved a poly-amorous life. <hes> she was an elderly petit. I Q activists in most specifically later on then also bisexual rights activists he she participated and planned L._G._B._T.. Rights actions for three decades and she wasn't active member of the Gay Liberation Front Act up that you already had about Quinn nation the coalition of Lesbian and gay rights and she.
"marsha p johnson institute" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast
"Acceptance and every single person historical and today that is fighting that fight i understand not everybody can do it but everybody can be supportive you don't have to be out and proud maybe you can't be for whatever reasons maybe you are dependent on somebody to pay your bills because you're young and a child or teenager or you're infirm and you will lose your housing or your potential you'll be out on the streets there are resources but maybe you can't actively and openly be out there but there's little things we can do each and every day we don't have to stand back and watch violence we can step up and say hey we're better than that there's a lot of organizations out there we can give you all sorts of statistics and they'll be on the web page but there's a couple of possessions that came out of our lovely ladies from stonewall and i wanna to shine a little light on them the first one the marsha p marsha p johnson institute just opened in the spring of two thousand eighteen the mission of this is to create a crucial entry point for black trans women and gender non conforming fem fans to obtain the skills financial and programmatic resources necessary in advocating for an end to violence against all transgender people so it's a great starting new baby organization it's going to need volunteers it's going to need money and people to be aware of it and then courage you to step up and if there's not something in your community get together with a group of people and start something there's also the sylvia rivera law project on sr l p dot org again all these you are.