Since I used to co-host a radio show on KPFT-FM, our local community radio station in Houston, I love having the opportunity to do radio interviews with folks who work or produce informational talk shows at public radio stations.
Later this afternoon at 1 PM CDT I'm being interviewed by Sandra Meade of KKFI-FM 90.1 in Kansas City, MO during the first segment of her Trans Talk edition of the Tenth Voice show.
Yeah, I would have to go do an interview on a Kansas City based show days after my fave NFL squad lost at Arrowhead Stadium.
Anyway focus, Moni.
The Tenth Voice is a KKFI-FM show created in 1989 by and dedicated to the Greater Kansas City area's LGBTQIA
people. Listeners can tune in each Saturday at 1:00 PM CDT and around the
the Tenth Voice's team of hosts and producers present interviews, information, music,
news and features of interest to Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals,
Transgender and Allied collective communities.
Since its 1989 beginnings, The Tenth
Voice radio show's mission has been to document history and inform the LGBTQIA Kansas City
The name of the show comes from the early Dr. Kinsey sex studies
where he determined that 1 in 10 people are homosexual. That number has
changed over time but just like the historic Stonewall name, they have kept the show name for the same reasons.
Speaking of shows, Sandra and I will discuss the long history of trans people of color in the LGBT rights
movement, erasure and minimization of their contributions to said
history, and the disparate challenges faced by trans people of color
So for my TransGriot readers in the Kansas City area, tune in to KKFI-FM at 1:00 PM CDT to hear my thoughts about that and all the topics we can cover during my segment of the show.
As soon as Sandra lets me know the show has been archived, I'll post links to it.