June 1, 2019 - During the 1960s, gay bars, like the Stonewall Inn in New York
City, were some of the only places where LGBTQ people could meet with each
other and simply be themselves. This included people who had been kicked out
of their homes for being LGBTQ, or people...
On today's Radiozine, we feature Beyond Stonewall from Making Contact:
We go back to the night in June 1969 at the New York City Stonewall Inn that
sparked the LGBT rights movement. On todays show well hear about the day that
galvanized a generation and the continued fig...
Host Jenna Yokoyama talks to Prof. Karina Moreno about the inhumane treatment
of migrant children at detention centers. Prof Moreno is an associate
professor at Hunter College's Department of Urban Studies at the City
Universty of New York.She is a native of Monterrey, N...
Today on Radiozine, Suzanne LaGrande interviews Jerry Mintz, a leading
voice in the alternative school movement for over 30 years and founder of the
Alternative Resource Education Organization (AERO). He talks about the
philosophy of alternative schools in AERO and some of...
Patricia Welch talks to the Vancouver NAACP about this their 2019 Juneteenth
Celebration. Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the
ending of slavery in the United States. We need your sponsorship to make
Juneteenth 2019 the most successful one yet. The c...
Today on Radiozine, we feature an episode from the Women's International News
Gathering Service (WINGS). Producer Melinda Tuhus travelled to Arizona,
Mexico, and the desert between to interview refugees and good Samaritans
about what asylum seekers are fleeing from, what th...