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Sunday, July 14, 2013

7/14/2013 Strictly Butter
Sunday, July 14, 2013 (All day)
7/14/2013 Root Of All Evil
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 2:00am
7/14/2013 Songs Of Praise
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 7:00am
7/14/2013 Century Song
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 9:00am
7/14/2013: Buzz Click Buzz

with Stephen Andrewjeski.

The Twin Ciites has a very rich cycling culture and community.  For the next hour, come and explore!

Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 10:00am
7/14/2013 Khmers in Minnesota
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 11:00am
7/14/2013 La Voz Del Pueblo
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 12:00pm
7/14/2013 Hmong American Reachout Radio Program
Sua Yaaj, a former volunteer of KFAI during the time that I was out of the country. Sua said that during the year of 1993-94, she came to HARRP with a crucial state of advocacy to all listeners. There weren't not so many cellular phones; no other radio stations; no internet services as high speed internet access; emails were not very popular. People were sending messages via snail mails. She would open the mails every week and read through the message and replied to the people as necessary. "All sudden, I became a counselor over the airwaves." Sua said. It was fun and interesting; however, for a little of less than a year time, she had to move on with her career and family obligation. This is the first time, I've ever interview her on air. Sua promises to assist HARRP as time is available in the future. I wish that Sua will continue to be on the sight line and be part of HARRP volunteer again. Listen to this full conversation by log on to www.kfai.org/hmongamericanreachout. I sincerely hope for the best of her commitment to HARRP.
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 1:00pm
7/14/2013 Somalida Maanta
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 2:00pm
7/14/2013 Eritrean Community Radio
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 3:45pm
7/14/2013 Voice of Ethiopia
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 4:00pm
7/14/2013 Voice of Oromiyaa
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 5:00pm
7/14/2013 Oromo Community Radio
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 6:00pm
7/14/2013 Somali Public Radio
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 7:00pm
7/14/2013 Vietnam-Minnesota Radio
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 8:00pm
7/14/2013 Filipino American National News
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 9:00pm
7/14/2013 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Feature Presentation - Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre presents Alice in Wonderland.  This Canadian troupe has given us several terrific shorter works in the past, and this one goes all out in the production.  It features Georgia Lee Schultz as Alice, and the fabulous Barbara Rosenblat as the Mouse, The Duchess, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen.  Ms. Rosenblat is one of the most sought-after voice actors in audiobooks and audio theater in this country.  I saw her performing at the HEAR Now Audio Fiction and Arts Festival in Kansas City in June.  This production was adapted by Diane Vanden Hoven, and co-directed by Pat Gough and Laura Van Veen.  Also features the original song, My Garden Back Home, by George Zarr.  (see http://www.voicesinthewind.ca/)

Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 9:30pm
7/14/2013 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 10:30pm
7/14/2013 This Way Out


Program #1,319

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle

 "NewsWrap": In the wake of last week's U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down a key provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), and refusing to hear a challenge to an appeals court determination that California's marriage equality-banning Proposition 8 was unconstitutional: the Pentagon announces that the spouses of married gay and lesbian service members will soon enjoy all the military benefits of their heterosexual peers, deportation proceedings against gay and lesbian foreigners in legal marriages with American same-gender partners end, green cards are going out to foreign spouses in U.S. bi-national same-gender couples, and gay and lesbian Americans can now sponsor their foreign-born same-gender spouses for citizenship, just as their heterosexual peers have been able to do for decades; successful DOMA plaintiff Edith Windsor awaits a refund -- plus interest -- of the reported $678,000 in estate taxes she had to pay to the IRS and state of New York after her longtime spouse Thea Spyer died; the Supreme Court also rejects the appeal by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer of a lower court ruling overturning a law that had revoked the domestic partner benefits of gay and lesbian state employees, and refuses a request by Nevada's Coalition for the Protection of Marriage to fast-track a so far-unsuccessful challenge to that state's constitutional ban on marriage equality; the ACLU and NCLR file suit in New Mexico arguing that the state's gender-neutral civil marriage laws open the institution to same-gender couples, New Jersey couples press their marriage equality case with the state Supreme Court, and after waiting for the Supreme Court's DOMA decision, a federal judge green-lights a lawsuit challenging Michigan's constitutional marriage ban, while 11 same-gender couples file suit against Arkansas' ban; California lesbian and gay couples flock to city and county courthouses to get marriage licenses following the U.S. Supreme Court's Proposition 8 ruling, and a Delaware state Senator and her longtime spouse are the first to marry when marriage equality legislation there takes effect; Costa Rican lawmakers "accidentally" approve the legal recognition of same-gender couples; a record pink-attired crowd of 21,000 lights up Singapore night skies at the annual Pink Dot LGBT rights festival, while Istanbul Pride unexpectedly rides the waves of Turkey's pro-democracy movement; and a Brazilian bill to re-classify gays and lesbians as mentally disordered is gone, but not forgotten (written by GREG GORDON, produced this week by STEVE PRIDE & ANGELA BROOKS, and reported by JENN MAHONEY & CHARLIE BAUER) 

More than 6800 miles from the site of the Stonewall Uprising, U.S. service members have observed the first LGBT Pride Event in a deployed environment at KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, AFGHANISTAN. This official US Defense Department report captured the spirit of the celebration

Another anti-homophobia cyber campaign targeted NIGERIA this week when Irish "hacktivist" "Paddy Hack" took down the government's official website. "Paddy Hack" threatened to reveal high-level corruption unless President Goodluck Jonathan "renounces and vetoes" an extreme measure that goes much farther than ostensibly just banning marriage equality. Referred to as the "Jail All the Gays Bill", the law passed by Parliament in late May would imprison known LGBT people for up to 14 years, and slap heavy sentences on anyone who knows, supports or even provides services to them. UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONER NAVI PILLAY laid down her organization's most explicit challenge yet to the draconian proposal in response to questions from DAVIS MAC-IYALLA of Changing Attitudes Nigeria on the "BBC World Have Your Say" program 

Singer-songwriter FRED SMALL became a "straight ally" long before there was a name for that with a much-loved contribution to LGBT culture. Queer music maestro JD DOYLE wanted to know everything possible about Small's signature song "EVERYTHING POSSIBLE" 

Sunday, July 14, 2013 - 11:30pm

Sunday, July 14, 2013