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This week’s EcoRadioKC will have Zack Pistora, the Legislative Director for the Kansas Sierra Club, on the show to discuss the Haskell-Wakarusa Wetlands soon to be paved over by the South Lawrence Trafficway, as well as Gov. Brownback’s plans to give cattle feedlots priority for Kansas’ scarce water over the needs of crops.

Haskell-Wakarusa Wetlands Debacle and More!
Episode date : November 13, 2013
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Join third Saturday host, Elizabeth Andersen and her great guests.

Elizabeth’s first guests Schaeffer Nelson and his project partner lesbian fantasy writer Cherae Clark will talk about OUTSpoken KC: Love and Marriage Performance.

Elizabeth’s next guest is Stuart Hinds who will be on to discuss GLAMA (Gay and Lesbian Archive of Mid-America) and drag history in Kansas City (30:30).

Elizabeth’s next guest is David F Whitner who will chat about Hear Me Out Toastmasters’ open house and upcoming meetings (38:00).

As always, our show includes news brought to us by Sandra Meade (23:45) and the Tenth Voice Community Calendar curated by Brent Husher (48:00).

 


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Episode date : September 5, 2013
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Episode date : September 12, 2013
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Pierce Patterson has some great guests lined up.  He’ll begin his conversation with an interview with a Elizabeth Hodges from KC Legal (8:40). They will discuss updates in law relevant to our community.

Pierce’s second segment includes a discussion about body image in the LGBT community with UMKC researchers Christopher Davids, M.A. and Laural Watson, Ph.D. (25:30)

As always, our show will begin with news brought to us by Sandra Meade and end with the Tenth Voice Community Calendar curated by Brent Husher (52:00).

Second Saturday with Pierce Patterson

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On today’s show, we talk with Theresa Van Ackeren about the AIDS Bicycle Cruise.  Van Ackeren is also the Managing Director of Family Bicycles, LLC

 

Our second segment features Rick Fisher, Executive Director of the Heartland Men’s Chorus. Fisher updates listeners on the HMC’s upcoming season.

In Our third segment Jonathan Pryor, Coordinator of UMKC LGBTQIA Programs & Services, tells us about his role at UMKC and upcoming events happening there.

First Saturday hosts: Brent Husher & Aaron Sherman


On this episode of the Tenth Voice, enjoy our interview with Roze Brooks about the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference (MBLGTACC ) 2014 in Kansas City.  Brooks is a UMKC student and MBLGTACC 2014 Creative Content and Programming Chair.

Episode also includes world and local news, a conversation about Private Manning and pronoun use, and and extending conversation about local events.

5th Saturday Hosts: Elizabeth Andersen, Sandra Meade, & Brent Husher


“With unionized labor, a level of decency and fairness can be achieved in establishing wages and working conditions.”

~~Ed Asner, actor, union leader and all-around agitator

Hear Judy Ancel chat with legendary actor and Kansas City treasure Ed Asner on the Heartland Labor Forum, Thursday at 6PM, rebroadcast Friday at 5AM.


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Jared McNett, a recent graduate of Truman State in Kirksville, Missouri, has signed on to write music reviews for the KKFI 90.1 FM website.  He has written several reviews from nationally-renowned artists such as Jay-Z, Okkervil River, Willis Earl Beal, and …

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