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A podcast about how trans people are remaking the world.

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Transcripts Presents: Marsha's Plate

EHi y'all, this is our first "Transcripts Presents" episode, where we bring you the latest and greatest in trans audio. First up, a sample of Diamond Stylz's show "Marsha's Plate." Diamond was one of the guests on episode one-- she's the one who became an activist after making it big on YouTube and now runs Black Transwomen Inc. She also runs her incredible podcast along Mia Mix and Zee, fellowHouston-based digital strategists, black feminists, civil right advocates, and black trans people. This episode, Black Podcast Joy, really showcases what I love about this show-- it's honest, straightforward, and you can hear trans people disagree with each other in nuanced and loving ways. --- Original show notes: On Today’s Menu: on Marsha’s Plate we talk about how extending your self as a trans resource can put you in harms way, we talk about our favorite Black podcasts in the industry, then we talk about Black trans folks you should be watching. --- If you loved this show, please go subscribe and drop some money in the Marsha's Plate patreon at Patreon.com/MarshasPlate. This is Transcripts, bringing you both original programming and a round-up of the best and brightest in trans audio. We're a program of the University of Minnesota Libraries. To learn more about us, go to bit.ly/transcriptspod. See you in two weeks for more trans activist brilliance.

97 MIN5 d ago
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Transcripts Presents: Marsha's Plate

Transcripts BONUS: LaSaia Wade and Diamond Stylz with Andrea Jenkins and Myrl Beam at the MIA

We're dropping a bonus track today because we think you need to hear this conversation RIGHT NOW. This is the recording from our show launch event at the Minnesota Institute of Art in Minneapolis. Hear our hosts Myrl Beam and Andrea Jenkins in dialogue with LaSaia Wade (Brave Space Alliance) and Diamond Stylz (Black Transwomen Inc). They discuss the uprisings against white supremacy and police brutality, the relationship between anti-Black racism and COVID-19, and how YOU can help them in their work. The audio is a little wonky because it's a Zoom call. Transcription will be up on our website soon. Special thanks to the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Third Thursday Event Host Ameriprise, to the Mark and Mary Goff Fiterman Lecture Fund, and especially to Anniessa Antar. ******* Donate: Black Visions Collective Black Trans Femmes in theArts Black Trans Protestors Emergency Fund The Okra Project For the Gworls - Medical Fund G.L.I.T.S. - Gays and Lesbians Living In a Transgender Society The Marsha P. JohnsonInstitute Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project ArtHoe Collective Homeless Black Trans Women Fund Trans Women of Color Collective Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative The Transgender District Borealis Philanthropy Trans Justice Funding Project ************

69 MIN1 w ago
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Transcripts BONUS: LaSaia Wade and Diamond Stylz with Andrea Jenkins and Myrl Beam at the MIA

Episode 1: "I'm Seeing My Liberation Right Now"

EEven though transgender-themed TV shows like Transparent and Pose have achieved mainstream popularity, trans people still face huge barriers to employment, housing, and safety. In fact, many trans people of color say that their lives are harder than ever before. In this first episode, "I’m Seeing My Liberation Right Now," hosts Myrl Beam (Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Minnesota) and Andrea Jenkins (Minneapolis City Council) investigate how trans activists are grappling with those contradictions - and what they’re doing to change the system. Guests include LaSaia Wade, founder of the Brave Space Alliance, Diamond Stylz of Black Transwomen Inc., Gabriel Foster, founder of the Trans Justice Funding Project, Rickke Mananzala, former Executive Director of FIERCE, and Dean Spade, founder of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and author of Normal Life: Administrative Violence, Critical Trans Politics, and the Limits of Law. ********** Donate to Brave Space Alliance and Black Transwomen Inc! ********** Learn more at bit.ly/transcriptspod. *********** Myrl Beam, senior project scholar, producer, and oral historian for the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project. Cassius Adair, lead producer. Rachel Mattson, managing producer and curator of the Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies. Myra Billund-Phibbs, production assistant. Sound design: Ariana Martinez Musical direction: Casper Podcast logo art: féi hernandez Digital designer: Lars Mackenzie Transcriptionist: Raines Whittaker Banner design: Students in Fall 2019 Augsburg College Design & Agency class “Villian,” by Jupiter Gray “Trenches,” by Carlx Protest recording by Tom Callahan at Sensitive Visuals Selection of “Guaranteed Broken Heart” used with permission from Karen and the Sorrows *********** Special thanks to: Erisa Apantaku Vidhya Aravind Hideo Higashibaba Juliet Hinely Kelly Jones Anja Kanngieser LaVelle Ridley Tuck Woodstock

39 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 1: "I'm Seeing My Liberation Right Now"

Transcripts Podcast: Trailer

Introducing Transcripts: a podcast about how trans people are remaking the world. Donate to Brave Space Alliance and Black Transwomen, Inc. *********** Music: "Villian" by Jupiter Gray. Sound from 2017 trans liberation march in Chicago courtesy of Tom Callahan of Sensitive Visuals. Podcast art by féi hernandez. *********** A program of the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project at the University of Minnesota. Learn more at bit.ly/transcriptspod.

1 MINJUN 16
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Latest Episodes

Transcripts Presents: Marsha's Plate

EHi y'all, this is our first "Transcripts Presents" episode, where we bring you the latest and greatest in trans audio. First up, a sample of Diamond Stylz's show "Marsha's Plate." Diamond was one of the guests on episode one-- she's the one who became an activist after making it big on YouTube and now runs Black Transwomen Inc. She also runs her incredible podcast along Mia Mix and Zee, fellowHouston-based digital strategists, black feminists, civil right advocates, and black trans people. This episode, Black Podcast Joy, really showcases what I love about this show-- it's honest, straightforward, and you can hear trans people disagree with each other in nuanced and loving ways. --- Original show notes: On Today’s Menu: on Marsha’s Plate we talk about how extending your self as a trans resource can put you in harms way, we talk about our favorite Black podcasts in the industry, then we talk about Black trans folks you should be watching. --- If you loved this show, please go subscribe and drop some money in the Marsha's Plate patreon at Patreon.com/MarshasPlate. This is Transcripts, bringing you both original programming and a round-up of the best and brightest in trans audio. We're a program of the University of Minnesota Libraries. To learn more about us, go to bit.ly/transcriptspod. See you in two weeks for more trans activist brilliance.

97 MIN5 d ago
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Transcripts Presents: Marsha's Plate

Transcripts BONUS: LaSaia Wade and Diamond Stylz with Andrea Jenkins and Myrl Beam at the MIA

We're dropping a bonus track today because we think you need to hear this conversation RIGHT NOW. This is the recording from our show launch event at the Minnesota Institute of Art in Minneapolis. Hear our hosts Myrl Beam and Andrea Jenkins in dialogue with LaSaia Wade (Brave Space Alliance) and Diamond Stylz (Black Transwomen Inc). They discuss the uprisings against white supremacy and police brutality, the relationship between anti-Black racism and COVID-19, and how YOU can help them in their work. The audio is a little wonky because it's a Zoom call. Transcription will be up on our website soon. Special thanks to the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Third Thursday Event Host Ameriprise, to the Mark and Mary Goff Fiterman Lecture Fund, and especially to Anniessa Antar. ******* Donate: Black Visions Collective Black Trans Femmes in theArts Black Trans Protestors Emergency Fund The Okra Project For the Gworls - Medical Fund G.L.I.T.S. - Gays and Lesbians Living In a Transgender Society The Marsha P. JohnsonInstitute Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project ArtHoe Collective Homeless Black Trans Women Fund Trans Women of Color Collective Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative The Transgender District Borealis Philanthropy Trans Justice Funding Project ************

69 MIN1 w ago
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Transcripts BONUS: LaSaia Wade and Diamond Stylz with Andrea Jenkins and Myrl Beam at the MIA

Episode 1: "I'm Seeing My Liberation Right Now"

EEven though transgender-themed TV shows like Transparent and Pose have achieved mainstream popularity, trans people still face huge barriers to employment, housing, and safety. In fact, many trans people of color say that their lives are harder than ever before. In this first episode, "I’m Seeing My Liberation Right Now," hosts Myrl Beam (Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Minnesota) and Andrea Jenkins (Minneapolis City Council) investigate how trans activists are grappling with those contradictions - and what they’re doing to change the system. Guests include LaSaia Wade, founder of the Brave Space Alliance, Diamond Stylz of Black Transwomen Inc., Gabriel Foster, founder of the Trans Justice Funding Project, Rickke Mananzala, former Executive Director of FIERCE, and Dean Spade, founder of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and author of Normal Life: Administrative Violence, Critical Trans Politics, and the Limits of Law. ********** Donate to Brave Space Alliance and Black Transwomen Inc! ********** Learn more at bit.ly/transcriptspod. *********** Myrl Beam, senior project scholar, producer, and oral historian for the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project. Cassius Adair, lead producer. Rachel Mattson, managing producer and curator of the Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies. Myra Billund-Phibbs, production assistant. Sound design: Ariana Martinez Musical direction: Casper Podcast logo art: féi hernandez Digital designer: Lars Mackenzie Transcriptionist: Raines Whittaker Banner design: Students in Fall 2019 Augsburg College Design & Agency class “Villian,” by Jupiter Gray “Trenches,” by Carlx Protest recording by Tom Callahan at Sensitive Visuals Selection of “Guaranteed Broken Heart” used with permission from Karen and the Sorrows *********** Special thanks to: Erisa Apantaku Vidhya Aravind Hideo Higashibaba Juliet Hinely Kelly Jones Anja Kanngieser LaVelle Ridley Tuck Woodstock

39 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 1: "I'm Seeing My Liberation Right Now"

Transcripts Podcast: Trailer

Introducing Transcripts: a podcast about how trans people are remaking the world. Donate to Brave Space Alliance and Black Transwomen, Inc. *********** Music: "Villian" by Jupiter Gray. Sound from 2017 trans liberation march in Chicago courtesy of Tom Callahan of Sensitive Visuals. Podcast art by féi hernandez. *********** A program of the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project at the University of Minnesota. Learn more at bit.ly/transcriptspod.

1 MINJUN 16
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