90s Rock Number Ones #3: The Mysterious Death of Robert Maxwell to Death of Marsha P. Johnson
You could have heard this 48 hours early by supporting us on Patreon for as low as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/IndieheadsPodcast On this episode of the 90s Rock Number Ones, Matty, Gavin and Alex are joined by Josiah and Jeremiah as they talk (almost) every Modern Rock #1 from the mysterious death of media magnate (and father of Ghislaine) Robert Maxwell to the death of gay liberation activist Marsha P. Johnson. Theme music by Barely March. Artwork by Pegah Peivandi. Songs discussed in this episode: Red Hot Chili Peppers – Give It AwayNirvana – Smells Like Teen SpiritU2 – Mysterious WaysTalking Heads – Sax and ViolinsLou Reed – What’s Good (The Thesis)The Sugarcubes – HitCAR COMMERCIAL INTERLUDE: The Killers – CautionU2 – OneCracker – Teen Angst (What The World Needs Now)XTC – Ballad Of Peter PumpkinheadThe Cure – Friday I’m in LoveThe B-52’s – Good Stuff Thank you to all of our Patreon supporters for helping to keep this podcast going, but we especially want to thank our Real Ones, including boocanan, Rob Maiorino, Grant McSpooky, Barely March, Jena LaFleur, Dave Grohl, Darien Fisher, Alex Grichmanoff, Melissa Rettig, Lily Makowski, Tony Disarufino, Chris Wade, selectric, gayhorse_420, Maizefarms, Bex, Georgia Makowski, Noah Kurtz, waffel113, Alex Bielovich, Alec Feldherr, Adam Edwards, Jackson Crist, Elizabeth, John O’Rourke and Derrick Pemberton. To become a “Real One” consider supporting us with a $5/month donation where you’ll receive bonus content every month and get a shoutout at the top of the pod.
As she fights the tide of violence against trans women, activist Victoria Cruz probes the suspicious 1992 death of her friend Marsha P. Johnson.We're closing off Pride month and honouring Marsha on the 29th anniversary of her death, July 6th 1992.LINKS: If you want to assist in supporting the pod, you can donate. All money received will go to funding and building our podcast:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/andchillIf you have any ideas of which show or movie you'd like us to follow next, follow us and DM us on instagram:https://www.instagram.com/andchillpodhttps://instagram.com/themasonwayhttps://instagram.com/francescaamberhttps://instagram.com/kaylonda
Thursday on Lake Effect: Marsha P. Johnson, 'Forgotten Voices,' Palestinian Mural, Milwaukee Mile Race Track
We learn about gay liberation activist Marsha P. Johnson. Then, look at Skylight Music Theatre’s latest production celebrating forgotten Black artists. We tell you about a backyard abstract mural inspired by the Palestinian flag - and what it means for the artist who commissioned it. Plus, learn about the Milwaukee Mile — the oldest race track in the U.S.
65. The Mysterious Death of Marsha P. Johnson + The Jinn
The New Witches
After a much needed break, Laura and Maria are back to deliver some true crime and paranormal! To celebrate Pride Month, Maria covers the life of Marsha P. Johnson and her lasting impact on the LGBTQ+ community; plus, the circumstances behind her mysterious death in 1992. Also, is anyone else surprised at just how much the mafia is involved in her story? Then, Laura takes it away with the mythology of the Jinn—a mortal yet inter-dimensional race possibly living among us stirring the pot that is humanity. And we shout out a few TV shows we're loving. Listen to get the scoop!Support the show (https://patreon.com/thenewwitches)
The Stories of Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera
I Can't Even Think Straight
Continuing the discussion surrounding Pride month - today’s episode will be focusing on fellow Liberators Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. Their stories have been absolutely empowering, fascinating and heartbreaking to research. It is important to educate ourselves on the history of our community and why June is the month of Pride!If you wish for further information on this: Check out the documentary on Netflix - “The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson” YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6-P1TyVKjs Sylvia's Speech 1973: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb-JIOWUw1oCheck out TV Series POSE on Binge Follow us on Instagram to stay update <3@icanteventhinkstraighpodcast @phoenixryan_
Mutual Aid: Elle Moxely with Marsha P. Johnson Institute
Bad With Money With Gaby Dunn
Gaby and Elle Moxely***, the co-founder of the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, discuss mutual aid, how the Black transgender community responded so quickly to Covid, and the ways we can help remodel society into a less individualistic, more communally beneficial place. It was an honor to have her as my guest. Please donate to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute here: https://marshap.org/donate/ Then, Gaby reads a listener email about surviving on charity during the pandemic and goes through some of your Apple reviews on what the show has taught you. Send an email to email@example.com or leave a voicemail at 844-474-4040. ***In this interview you will hear Elle Moxely referred to as Elle Hearns. This interview was pre-recorded and Elle has since changed her name and social handles. Find a transcript of the show here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XCLL_FAQN5FEhjjySPG5_8Gz3JD21lY-IltctEorQic/edit Follow Elle Moxely on Instagram: @Elle_Moxely Follow Elle Moxely on Twitter: @Elle_Moxely Watch for Elle's new website: www.elle-moxley.com Follow Bad With Money on Instagram: @bwmpod Follow Gaby Dunn on Instagram: @gabyroad Shop gabydunn.com/shop for merch! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marsha P. Johnson - Mother of the LGBTQAI+ Rights Movement
She Is Legend
This week Chole tells the story of the incredible Marsha P. Johnson, a beautiful Trans Woman who tirelessly fought for the rights and safety of the LGBTQAI+ community. She is widely regarded as one of the pivotal people in the LGBTQAI+ movement and has become a global icon. Marsha was known as the Mother of the Trans Movement. Her generosity of spirit, warmth, her kindness and her fierce belief that she could not stop fighting until all people were free from oppression, makes her a legendary woman whose story we just had to tell. Content warning for this episode – This episode discusses themes of homophobia, transphobia and racism. There is also the use of outdated terminology and slurs in the context of verbatim quotes. The story also talks about transphobic violence and death. This may be triggering for some listeners. If that is you, please take care and know that we love, accept and value you. If this episode brings up any feelings you’d like to discuss, please contact lifeline on 13 11 14. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pay it no mind, Divas!Recorded as part of LGBT+ History Month, we are thrilled to offer the first of two extra special episodes on icons of activism and queer power, Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. We begin with the gorgeous Marsha, and, here to explore both the light and the dark times of this beautiful soul, is another binary-smashing beauty, an icon of drag and cabaret. It's the one and only, Carrot! (@CarrotDrag) Join us, as we travel through what we know of Marsha's life. Trigger warning: we do cover some very dark themes, including child sex abuse, transphobia, murder and problematic mental health diagnoses. But, we also talk about the strength, the warmth, and the love that made Marsha such an icon of LBTQ+ History. You can find a link to Tricia's Wedding here.But, more importantly, you can donate to Trans Women of Color Collective here.Subscribe now to Big Diva Energy and never miss a fabulous episode. And please do leave a review to help other Divas find the pod!You can also reach out and Cher your diva stories with us on:Twitter @DivaEnergyInsta @bigdivaenergyFacebook @bigdivaenergypodEmail firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Episode: Discussing Marsha P. Johnson to Commemorate Black History Month
For Black History Month, on our show we had Western University's Society of Graduate Students (SOGS) Racial and Inclusivity Commissioner (Denise Kamyuka) and the Pride Commissioner (Shannon Carnahan) to chat about an important documentary recently screened at a SOGS Advocacy event: The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson. Denise and Shannon discussed the remarkable life of Marsha as the leading gay rights advocate especially in the Stonewall uprising in 1969. Hosts Elizabeth Mohler and Yousuf Hasan asked questions about Marsha's impact, mysterious death, and why Johnson chose "Marsha P. Johnson" as her drag queen name. Hear more about SOGS Advocacy on the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SOGS.Advocacy and check out their upcoming online event on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2021 AT 11 AM EST – 12:30 PM EST Anti-Racism and EDI in Higher Education with Dr. Kaniki https://www.facebook.com/events/535326700761000/ Denise Kamyuka is available by email at email@example.com and Shannon-Thomas Carnahan is available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on the SOGS Discord https://discord.gg/A7hMX34 Full Video Available on YouTube Recorded on Feb 15, 2021 Produced by Ariel Frame Theme song provided by https://freebeats.io/ Produced by White Hot