IDAHOT


International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
Discrimination, exclusion and violence against sexual and gender minorities are a source of concern. Deeply rooted in their communities and agents of social change, community radio stations play a role of education and advocacy in raising public awareness on the importance of openness to difference. In addition, these radios are working to ensure fair representation of gender and minorities on the airwaves to promote inclusion and tolerance for all.

Journée internationale de lutte contre l'homophobie, la transphobie et la biphobie
La discrimination, l’exclusion et la violence dont sont victimes les minorités sexuelles et de genre sont, encore aujourd’hui, une source de préoccupations. Proches de leurs communautés et agentes de changements sociaux, les radios communautaires jouent un rôle d’éducation et de sensibilisation de premier ordre dans la sensibilisation des publics à l’importance de l’ouverture à la différence.

Día Internacional contra la Homofobia, la Transfobia y la Bifobia
Discriminación, exclusión y violencia sexual y de género son para las minorías, incluso hoy en día, una fuente de preocupación. Profundamente arraigadas en sus comunidades y siendo agentes de cambio social, las estaciones de radio comunitarias desempeñan un papel en la educación y promocionando la concientización pública sobre la importancia de la apertura a la diferencia.

  • Radio Curious : One Family’s Experience, Part Two

     
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    In the second of two conversations about issues facing transgender people, we visit once again with Eli Erlick, a woman, who was born a male, and her mother Dr. Carla Longchamp.  Eli Erlick is the Founder and Executive Director of Trans Student Equality Resources, based in San Francisco, California and a student at Pitzer College in Claremont, California.  Dr. Carla Longchamp is a family physician in a rural northern California community. In our first conversation, our guests share their family’s experience when Eli realized she is female. In part two, we discuss support for transgender people, what is available and how to find it, recent societal changes and some medical issues. We begin part two with Eli Erlick describing what Trans Student Equality Resources is.  The book Eli Erlick recommends is “Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity,” by Julie Serrano.  Eli’s mother, Dr. Carla Longchamp recommends “The Transgender Child: A Handbook for Families and Professionals,

    Radio Curious
    USA
    English | 29:01 | 28Mb
    May 19, 2014


  • Radio Curious : One Family’s Experience, Part One

     
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    This edition of Radio Curious is the first of two conversations with Eli Erlick, a woman, who was born a male, and her mother Dr. Carla Longchamp.   Eli Erlick is the Founder and Executive Director of Trans Student Equality Resource, based in San Francisco, California and a student at Pitzer College in Claremont, California.  Dr. Carla Longchamp is a family physician in a rural northern California community. Together they share their family’s experience when Eli realized that she was female, and her parent’s subsequent acceptance of who she is.  Our conversation, recorded on January 15, 2014, at Radio Curious, began when I asked Eli, when she knew she was a girl. 

    Radio Curious
    USA
    English | 29:01 | 28Mb
    May 19, 2014


  • SLP au MuCEM - 05 - Au délà du bazar

     
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    Émission "Salut les pédés" à l'exposition "Au bazar du genre" au MuCEM

    RPH fm
    France
    Français | 30:15 | 29Mb
    May 16, 2014


  • SLP au MuCEM - 04 - Les réactions

     
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    Émission "Salut les pédés" à l'exposition "Au bazar du genre" au MuCEM

    RPH fm
    France
    Français | 30:58 | 30Mb
    May 16, 2014


  • SLP au MuCEM - 03 - L'exposition LGBT

     
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    Émission "Salut les pédés" à l'exposition "Au bazar du genre" au MuCEM

    RPH fm
    France
    Français | 30:35 | 29Mb
    May 16, 2014


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