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Minneapolis Civil Rights Commissioners Bernadette Casey, Marla Khan, and Danielle Shelton Walczak discuss Civil/Human Rights sheroes, the Violence Against Women Act and the education situation. Commissioner (and KFAI volunteer) Patricia Nelson engineered the program.
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Talk show, topic of discussion: Legal services
Attoney, Dawb Yaj and Shuly Her are classmates at college and are now formed a legal service agency called Village Law services. Dawb is specialized with civil law service and Shuly is specialized in criminal law. Dawb summarizes that a difficult civil case is that the case could cross boundary from a civil case into a criminal case which either you win or loose is not about money however, it is about jail time or out of jail. Shuly summarizes that in a criminal case as a public defender is very difficult to handle a case adequately due to time consuming and case over load. A private attorney will handle case by case with full time focus on individual case. There are other legal aid services that can be charged per sliding scales; or small fee less than a private attorney. Free consultation will always be provided. for more information contact Dawb Yaj 651-955-2372; Shuly 612-532-4505.
Horn of Africa new summary in English
Eritrean news in Tigrigna from EriTV
public service announcement
Feature Presentation - The final episode of Norman Jayo's The Last Game Show. The Radio Pirates are trapped by corporate controllers as they attempt to bring down the Big Gamble game show that is used to cover for a radiation spill. Featuring Brock Peters, George Takei, Abby Lincoln, and Danny Valdez. Coming to us from the National Asian-American Telecommunications Association.
Selected Shorts - Two pieces from the recent Big Fun Radio Funtime! show at Minneapolis' Bryant Lake Bowl, and presented by Fearless Comedy Productions. Calamity Jane, by Jenny Young, and We're All Gonna Die, by Levi Weinhagen.
Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle
"NewsWrap": The second time is one charm away from marriage equality in New Zealand, while an upstate Michigan Native American tribe becomes the third in America to marry same-gender couples, and civil unions for lesbian & gay couples are all but a done deal in Colorado; a federal appeals court overturns Virginia's sodomy statute citing the U.S. Supreme Court's 2003 Lawrence v. Texas decision ruling that state's law to be unconstitutional, and the U.S. Internal Revenue Service revokes the tax-exempt status of the gay "cure"-peddling National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) because the group had failed to submit required tax forms for three years; a much anticipated speech on human rights by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II that activists expected to be LGBT-inclusive buries them instead in "other grounds"; holy landlords! Italy's biggest gay sauna shares space with priestly housing; and "meet the new Pope, same as the old Pope" [intro'd with a brief musical snippet by The Who] (written by GREG GORDON, produced this week by BRIAN DESHAZOR & STEVE PRIDE, and reported by NATALIE PEOPLES & JOHNNIE TORRES)
You could probably argue that there's an "irresistible revolution" whenever URVASHI VAID enters a room. From the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force to the Ford and Arcus Foundations, Vaid is a veteran community organizer, attorney and author known for her incisive political analysis. "IRRESISTIBLE REVOLUTION: CONFRONTING RACE, CLASS AND THE ASSUMPTIONS OF LGBT POLITICS" is the title of Vaid's latest book. She talked in New York City recently with CHRIS THOMAS on WBAI’s "OUT FM" about why she believes equality is just not enough