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Radio Sweden
Visby murder suspect ruling, foreign disinformation election risk, train chaos, pride parade

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 2:31


A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on August 5th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Maya NaylorProducer: Dave Russell

Redeeming Blood Ministries
God and the Human Pride Parade

Redeeming Blood Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:00


Wisdom For The Heart
God and the Human Pride Parade

Wisdom For The Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:00


Ebenezer Free Presbyterian Church
God and the Human Pride Parade

Ebenezer Free Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:00


Ricochet's Unpacking the News
They Said Sorry Though w/ Haus of Decline (Big Shiny Takes ep55)

Ricochet's Unpacking the News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 84:30


Marino Greco, Eric Wickham and Jeremy Appel are back with another terrible column as Haus of Decline's Alex joins the panel to read an awful piece by Adam Zivo arguing that the cops should march in Toronto's Pride Parade. Subscribe to Jeremy Appel's substack at https://appelorchard.substack.com/ Find Haus of Decline comix, merch, the podcast and more at https://hausofdecline.com/ Support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bigshinytakes

John Branyan's Comedy Sojourn Podcast
TCND Memories and Throwing Eggs at Drag Queens (Heat Wave)

John Branyan's Comedy Sojourn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 48:26


John's a little under the weather, but he's going to soldier on! It's very, very hot in our neck of the woods, and it's reminding us of happy childhood memories, digging holes and making "Mixtures." Those were the days, right?! Next: John tells us his idea for making Pride Parades into "family friendly" events. But the Peaches is worried his idea might be a little too much fun... Finally: the Atheists are swarming on John's Facebook page. You can go look at some of their comments, but don't spend too much time trying to climb inside their heads and think like they do. It's hellish in there. If you'd like to connect with the Comedian and his family, you can email nextdoor@johnbranyan.com . We're going to be hosting another Vacay with Comics in July of 2023! Please be on the lookout for details on our website (johnbranyan.com) ....but cut John some slack because it's really hot up in the attic where he works.

Today in San Diego
County Moves to High Community Covid Risk, Dog Treat Recall, Pride Parade

Today in San Diego

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 5:08


In the "Today in San Diego" podcast, the CDC moves San Diego County into the High Community Covid Risk category after a recent surge in Covid cases, Stormberg Foods recalls several brands of its dog treats due to concerns of salmonella contamination and the highly anticipated Pride Parade kicks off tomorrow!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

San Diego News Fix
Get ready for San Diego Pride parade and festival this weekend

San Diego News Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 7:57


After a two year hiatus, San Diego Pride is back in full swing this year. Festivities kicked off July 7 and continues through the 19th. Fernando Z. López is the executive director of San Diego Pride.

RIPEcast by Space Cowboys
Black Velveteen on the RIPEcast

RIPEcast by Space Cowboys

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 86:18


This week we're pleased to return to our series focused on DJs who are women in our community, with a new mix from Seattle based Black Velveteen. About Black Velveteen: Before she became Black Velveteen, Chris Offutt was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago. Her parents introduced her to a wide range of music; Motown to Mozart and everything in between. Some frequently featured artists in young Chris's house were Aretha Franklin, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder and James Taylor. Current influences include Chris Fortier, Steve Porter, Wild Culture,Juliet Sikora, Mathias Meyer, Inxec, Milty Evans, Stimming From a very young age she dreamed of hosting her own radio show. In 2011 that dream came to fruition when she had her own show “ Progressions in House” on FNOOB based out of London. She is a resident for Proton Radio and hosts her own show Integrated. Chris has enjoyed DJing around the San Francisco Bay Area over the past 5 years. In 2012 she became the resident DJ and musical director at Aloft Hotel SFO. In 2013 Djing in the Pride Parade on the W Hotel float. In 2015 she was asked to perform on the Tantra Stage for Pride in San Francisco. She was in rotation at The End Up and did guest spots and Monarch, The Great Northern and Wish. In 2016 Chris was asked to join AirPusher Collective. She has also done guest mixes for FriskyRadio, ProtonRadio and Elastic Beatz and more. Whether she is spinning for friends and family in her home or on Parade floats and Art Cars in the dessert for Burning Man or Night Clubs Black Velveteen never fails to delight and inspire her audience! In 2018, her Sunrise Set at Sonic Runway on the infamous Airpusher Art Car was recognized as one of the top 9 sets of Burning Man by Billboard Dance. BV was deeply honored by this mention. She has also opened for headliners such as Blond:sh, Donald Glaude and Mat.Joe In 2021 she was asked to join the wildly popular Noise Complaint crew in Seattle and was delighted to do so. She also curates dj mixes for Proton on Spotify and Apple Music. This lady is busy!! Please tune into Integrated on Proton Radio every 4th Wednesday 7am PST 10am EST More from Black Velveteen: Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/blackvelveteennow Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/blackvelveteennow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackvelveteenow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djblackvelveteen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Blackvelvteen Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blackvelveteen Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbldsebFGb7kma6G9cH0giA Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1bDXI5wtgyvo2b4Fkv762Y

Hardcore Christianity
07-06 & 07-13-22 HARDCORE CHRISTIANITY - Pride Parade Before Destruction Wednesday

Hardcore Christianity

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 13:23


HARDCORE CHRISTIANITY - Pride Parade Before Destruction Wednesday Support the show: https://hardcorechristianity.com/donations/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

#MOMTRUTHS with Cat & Nat
There Are Two Sides to Every Story

#MOMTRUTHS with Cat & Nat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 29:06 Very Popular


In this episode we talk briefly about a partnership that broke up and how there are always two sides to a story. We also dive a little into Marc's love language and his "ulterior wife" Deborah. She is uber organized. She gets it done. And we leave you with our thoughts on Hassan's see thru pants for the Pride Parade!Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? Text us the word "Podcast" to +1 (917) 540-8715 and we'll text you the new episodes when they're released!Tune in for new Cat & Nat Unfiltered episodes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday!Follow @catandnatunfiltered on Instagram: https://instagram.com/catandnatunfilteredOur new book "Mom Secrets" is now available! Head to www.catandnat.ca/book to grab your autographed copy! Come see us LIVE on tour!! To see a full list of cities and dates, go to https://catandnattour.com.Become a member of The Common Parent for the parenting resources and support you need for just $5.99/month or $59.99/year: https://thecommonparent.comFollow The Common Parent over on Instagram: https://instagram.com/thecommonparentMake sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for our new cooking show and our #momtruth videos: https://bitly.com/catnatyoutubeCheck out our Amazon Lives here: https://bitly.com/catnatamazonliveOrder TAYLIVI here: https://taylivi.comGet personalized videos from us on Cameo: https://cameo.com/catandnatCome hang with us over on https://instagram.com/catandnat all day long.And follow us on https://tiktok.com/@catandnatofficial! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Homo Sapiens

Today we are thrilled to be joining fellow podcasters all over the world taking part in Acast's Audio Pride Parade.To hear me witter away about growing up gay in London in the 90's, the little bits of gay shame I just can't seem to drop, and why I got a hug from someone on the til in a shop last week, then simply click play my dearest listening pals.For the next stop on Acast's Audio Pride Parade we'll be handing over to the Yvonne & Berner podcast in Berlin, Germany! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

How Was Your Week, Honey?
283: From the Balcony

How Was Your Week, Honey?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 87:41


This week, the Maier's get together outside to greet the summer season. Topics include: our deck, Middle School Grad, high school, Canada Day, Winnipeg restaurant bracket, SOW, Pride Parade, new radio format, and best final albums. Reach Us: @kmaemaier  @chrismaierbc  @hwywhoney hwywhoney@gmail.com

A Gay and A NonGay
Happy Pride! Acast's Audio Pride Parade

A Gay and A NonGay

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 6:58


Pride is a protest! LGBTQIA+ people face challenges and obstacles that heterosexual people don't and today we proudly join podcasts all over the world by marching in Acast's Audio Pride Parade. James chats about growing up gay in his home town, and Dan tells us how how he celebrates pride as an 'ally'. Happy Pride babies. Next up in Acast's Audio Pride Parade: Homosapiens! Get bonus content on Patreon, with our super exclusive fan feed See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Do you really know?
How have Pride Parades evolved over the last 50 years?

Do you really know?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 4:27


How have Pride Parades evolved over the last 50 years?    In cities across the world, Pride Parades take place in late June and early July, with the London 2022 event set for today. They bring together thousands of people and give visibility to the LGBTQ+ struggle. These events have consistently grown and spread to new places after first taking place in June 1970. They're also known as pride marches or festivals.    How did Pride marches first begin? What are the events like? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions ! To listen to the last episodes, you can click here : Is the menopause still a taboo subject? What is shrinkflation, the sneaky tactic manufacturers are hiding from consumers? How can we choose the right sunscreen product? A podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

White Wine Question Time
BONUS: Brian Dowling on Pride for the Acast Audio Pride Parade

White Wine Question Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 16:18


A very special bonus chat with this week's guest, Big Brother legend and TV favourite Brian Dowling, to mark the end of Pride month as part of Acast's Audio Pride Parade. Brian chats to Kate about his life pre-fame, growing up as a gay man in rural Ireland, and what Pride means to him. White Wine Question Time with Kate Thornton is the podcast that brings together well-known guests to answer three thought-provoking questions over three glasses of wine. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, and follow on Instagram (@whitewineqt) & Twitter (@WhiteWineQT) to keep up to date with the latest guests, news and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Truth on Trump
Seattle pride parade has nude cyclists expose themselves in front of kids

The Truth on Trump

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 4:46


Soccer Over Gotham
Stephanie Savino. New Players!!! Red Stars Preview.

Soccer Over Gotham

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 50:12


23:36 starts interview: Hosts: Ruby Pinto and Gary Gibson Guest: Stephanie Savino, Head coach of Morris Elite of the USL W League.  On this episode: Thoughts on new comers Taylor Smith, Jenna Bike and Amanda Visco. Our thoughts on Lewandowski retirement. We preview Gotham FC's next game against the Red Stars. We talk Pride Parades, International players, the Overturning of Roe. 

The Kuhner Report
Is flashing at kids during a pride parade abuse?

The Kuhner Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 28:28


Generation Mars Podcast
Liberals Hate on Justice Thomas, Uvalde Update, Pro Abortion Rallies, & Pride Parade Porn

Generation Mars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 76:37


June 29th 2022. Generation Mars Podcast covers the latest Uvalde timeline reporting and review all the racist rants of the liberal cuckoos. Plus we cover news clips on pride month "inappropriate" parades. Live streaming on Instagram, Rumble, Twitch Wed. 6:30 PM (pst) Generation Mars platforms: https://linktr.ee/generationmars Donations: Patreon

MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend
Laurie Greene - Kind Of A Drag

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 70:01


https://amzn.to/3I5QwxShttps://www.facebook.com/laurie.greene.7PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/minddogtvSponsors:KOA Coffee https://koacoffee.com/?sscid=21k6_79g17FIVERR https://go.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=86037&brand=fiverrcpa&utm_campaign=minddogTVSOUTHWEST RAPID REWARDS https://swa.eyjo.net/c/3290446/517226/4705SUPPORT THE HAPPY MINUTE https://ko-fi.com/minddogtvTRUE FIRE GUITAR MASTERY: http://prf.hn/click/camref:1101lkzyk/pubref:minddogGet Koa Coffee at minddogtv.com/coffee

Queer News
Pro-LGBTQ protesters protect families from the Proud Boys, Florida has the largest pride parade ever & Disney to have it's first openly-gay teen romance - Thursday, June 30, 2022

Queer News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 9:07


The Proud Boys show up at a pride-themed story time at a library in Texas and are met by counter-protesters who love the gays. The “Don't Say Gay” state had the largest pride parade in its history and Disney is getting ready for its first open-gay teen romance. Let's go.    00:00 Welcome & Intro 00:50 Today's Top Picks 01:16 Happy Pride 01:35 Intro Music by Aina Bre'Yon 02:16 BG Update   02:49 LGBTQ Women's Survey 04:17 Proud Boys 05:37 Florida's largest Pride parade 06:35 Disney 07:29 Outro 08:06 A word from Gert McMulin   Things for you to check out    Support the Queer News Podcast - Join the QCrew https://bit.ly/3L3Ng66   Sign the Petition - Secure Brittney Griner's Swift and Safe Return to the U​.​S. https://www.change.org/p/secure-brittney-griner-s-swift-and-safe-return-to-the-u-s About Queer News An intersectional approach to daily news podcast where race & sexuality meet politics, entertainment and culture. Tune-in to reporting which centers & celebrates all of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & comrade communities. Hosted by Anna DeShawn. 7 minutes a day, 5 days a week.   We want to hear from you. Tune in and tell us what you think. email us at info@e3radio.fm. follow anna deshawn on ig & twitter: @annadeshawn. and if you're interested in advertising with “queer news,” write to us at info@e3radio.fm.

Out & About
Spot Stains ft. Hannah Berner & Des Bishop: Out & About 107

Out & About

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 59:06 Very Popular


Joey and Pat recap their time at the 2022 NYC Pride March and the insanity that ensued. Marty chimes in on his night with Snooki and Joey and getting Joey to the Pride Parade. Then Hannah Berner and Des Bishop then join the program for a hilarious interview on everything from their wedding day nightmare to going on tour. That and more. Oh and MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel so we don't lose our jobs. Thank you, love you.

KFC Radio
Jackie is a Financial Dominatrix Ft. Josh Richards

KFC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 128:04 Very Popular


- Jackie has some good news that takes her forever to get out - Jackie also admits that she has been dabbling as a financial dominatrix and has made over $1,000 - Feits recaps the Pride Parade and his journey getting there ft. Zack falling off the Barstool float - cringe Cameo email - the KFC radio team is deeply self-conscious of their faces and bodies, but they are all planning on getting hot soon - Video Voicemails - sleeping through alarms - matchmaking at our KFCR live show - 3G all the time v.s. hit every stop light when driving - Josh Richards Interview on beating Dave Portnoy in any sport, Starting BFFs with Briana Chickenfry and Dave, dealing with fame at such a young age, old Tik Toks, @Harmoknees, and much more +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Timecodes: 0:00 - Jackie has some good news 5:17 - Jackie also is a financial dominatrix 15:27 - Pride Parade / Barstool Float 37:50 - cameo / be real 44:01 - KFC Radio team is going to get hot 54:28 - Video Voicemails 1:25:13 - Josh Richards Interview +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Gametime: Download the Gametime app at https://barstool.link/GametimeApp and redeem code KFC for $20 off your first purchase (terms apply). Helix Sleep: For up to $200 off all mattresses and 2 free pillows, go to https://barstool.link/HelixKFC Betterhelp: Go to https://barstool.link/BHKFC for 10% off your first month

Macrodosing: Arian Foster and PFT Commenter
Avery Holding The Science Fair Hostage

Macrodosing: Arian Foster and PFT Commenter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 120:15 Very Popular


On today's episode of Macrodosing, the crew is light without Coley, Billy and Avery, so no specific topic on this one. You'll hear everything from the Pride Parade to the 1st Amendment and boobs. Also, Big T gets T'd off in his new weekly segment. All of this and more on today's show. Enjoy!

Make Your Damn Bed
500 || Pride Parade || ya girl is officially outta the closet

Make Your Damn Bed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 18:52


All aboard the special EXTENDED 500th episode extrava-gay-nza!!!! I am so proud to finally be in a place that I can both embrace and be proud of my sexuality! It only took 34 year, a few different zip codes, some incredible humans living their most authentic lives (proving we really can do life our own way, as long as we're not getting in the way of anyone else's) and I am so humbled and grateful to be a part of humanity at a time when we're learning to embrace our BEST, most honest selves. Love you all SO MUCH. Next stop on the pride parade: https://play.acast.com/s/sidenoteDONATE IF YOU CAN: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/givetolocalfundsGO AD FREE: www.patreon.com/mydbpodcastSEE MY FACE + OTHER CONTENT: www.youtube.com/juliemerica GET A MONTHLY NOTE FROM ME: www.makeyourdamnbedpodcast.com TUNE IN ON INSTAGRAM FOR DAILY(ish) QUOTES: www.instagram.com/mydbpodcast Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/make-your-damn-bed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hacks & Wonks
Pastor Carey Anderson, Candidate for 30th LD State Representative

Hacks & Wonks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 39:28


On this midweek show, Crystal chats with Pastor Carey Anderson about his campaign for State Representative in the 30th Legislative District - why he decided to run, how the last legislative session went and his thoughts on addressing issues such as housing affordability and zoning, homelessness, public safety, LGBTQ+ rights, and climate change. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find more information about Pastor Carey at https://www.electpastorcarey.com/   Resources Campaign Website - Pastor Carey Anderson: https://www.electpastorcarey.com/   Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks & Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington State through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. Well, I am just delighted today to welcome to the program, a candidate for State Representative in the 30th Legislative District down in Federal Way, Pastor Carey Anderson. Thank you so much for joining us today. [00:00:53] Pastor Carey Anderson: Crystal, it's an honor to be with you, and let me just say right off the bat - thank you for inviting me to be a part of this wonderful, wonderful podcast. I'm just elated to be invited today, and I appreciate the work that you do. [00:01:09] Crystal Fincher: Thank you so much. I appreciate the work that you do, my South King County brethren and leader of so many, and just appreciate the time that you've taken to join here. So I guess I wanna start off asking - you've done so much, you've accomplished so much. What is it that made you think - you know what, it is time for me to run for office? [00:01:33] Pastor Carey Anderson: Well, that's an excellent question. Let me say to our audience - the 30th district is a new district, and I'm running to bring proven new leadership to the new 30th District. The realignment of the boundaries from the 2020 Census shows that Federal Way is a BIPOC-majority city now, the 30th District is growing. I live in Federal Way, I'm the pastor of First AME Church in Auburn and Seattle - Seattle is the mother church. And about 19 years ago, we saw the trend of gentrification and so we started a satellite in the south portion of King County. So, First AME Church is the oldest Black church in the state - 1886 - and so, we see it as a part of our mission to always speak truth to power. So I am running to bring proven new leadership to the new 30th District. And if I could just take a moment - when we're talking about the crime, we're talking about the homeless, we're talking about the issues of housing, we're talking about funding of our schools, we're talking about public safety. Well, these are things that I have been doing in my entire ministry - 44 years in ministry, 38 years as a senior pastor, 18 years as the pastor of First AME Church - matter of fact, in its 100+ years of existence, I'm the longest serving pastor. My boots have been on the ground, fighting all of those things and addressing all of those things. And I want to do it in this open seat - no one has ever served the new 30th District before. And it is time for proven new leadership for the new 30th District. And I'm sure we'll get into some of the specifics a little later. [00:03:34] Crystal Fincher: Well, and looking at this new 30th District - you're running for the seat that is being vacated by Representative Jesse Johnson, who has done a lot of work in the community, certainly made his imprint on the Legislature in the time that he was there. Some of that, including police accountability legislation and other legislation that we saw passed in 2020, and then rolled back in 2022, along with a number of other things. We're dealing with a - how we're gonna treat revenue - are we gonna raise more progressive revenue, or move - continue to move - in a regressive direction. Action on the transportation package, stagnation on affordable housing and the middle housing bill there - as you evaluate this past legislative session, what did you think about it? What did you agree with? What did you disagree with? [00:04:40] Pastor Carey Anderson: Well, first of all, let me commend the work and applaud the work of Representative Jesse Johnson. When he was first running for City Council, we supported him. When he went into the State Legislature, First AME supported him. He came and presented at our church and at both campuses, matter of fact, and we supported him wholeheartedly. I was disappointed to see him leave the seat because we need that type of leadership. And certainly with the police accountability reforms that he pushed through the Legislature - it was a herculean job, but the job is not complete. And so when we talk about fighting crime, let's just stay right there for a moment. I applaud the work of our police force and law enforcement. However, I don't believe that we should put the entire burden of fighting crime on the police. There are other matters and other variables that go along with property crimes and low-level offenders such as drug abuse, mental health, and some of those types of things that cause an environment for crime. And I am trained as a substance abuse counselor, I am trained - I'm the only candidate trained in mental health. I did it, I've been doing it for some 30+ years. And so these are some of the other things that we must address because when we talk about crime and we talk about housing, it's not enough just to find affordable housing and place people in affordable housing. But many times, if they have mental health issues, if they have, if they're suffering from addiction, we need wraparound services. And so this is going to take critical thinking, it's going to take people that have been in the field to know what to say, how to say it, and drum up the support to build collegiality - to really change our community and change the 30th LD. So these are some of the things that I hope to bring to the State Legislature, as a legislator. [00:07:00] Crystal Fincher: You talked just a little bit, just now - obviously issues of addiction, in addition to homelessness. Housing affordability is such an important issue and one that a lot of people are struggling with - the cost of rents have been skyrocketing, cost of daycare skyrocketing - so much is making things really hard for people just to survive. They can be working one, two jobs - it's still not enough. Minimum wage is not sufficient for allowing people to live independently and to afford an average rent. What should be done to make housing more affordable in the 30th District? [00:07:47] Pastor Carey Anderson: Well, thank you for that question - it's really a challenging question, but I do want our audience to know, I've been involved in affordable housing for many, many years, even in my first church in Nevada - we built housing, affordable housing for seniors. First AME Church has been involved in the housing arena through our nonprofit since 1969. And we had three apartment complexes in Seattle, and we formed about five or six years ago - the FAME - Equity Alliance of Western Washington, which is another housing corporation that I serve as the chair of the board. And we just broke ground in January of this year on a $36 million, 119-unit complex - the Elizabeth Thomas Holmes - in South King County. So we're moving down this way - it's an issue that's very personal to me, I've been involved in it. I know that we have to find more housing for struggling families, and the Affordable Housing Trust Fund has money in it. We got to move it quickly and quicker than we have been moving it so that we can build a housing inventory for persons that are really trying to build a home for their loved ones, their children, their families, for sustaining the family unit. And these are things that I've been involved in, engaged in - and you would not imagine, Crystal, how many people come to First AME Church asking for rental assistance, needing food - which we try to provide on a regular basis, since the pandemic in particular. And we do that because we understand the need - I see it on a regular, regular basis. We even have a home, a parsonage - that we rent it out, bringing it out for, since my time, is 18 years at First Family Church. And so during the pandemic, those families that were living in the home could not pay their rent. And so we elected a moral decision to let them stay and not evict them. Matter of fact, we were - they were part of the persons that came for food every Friday in our Friday drive-by - I'm not talking about shooting, I'm talking about groceries. And so we would feed them, give them groceries - I'm not talking about meat, cheese and milk. I'm talking about more than that - meats, vegetables, wholesome grains - so that the family could be fed a nutritional meal. And also we provided vaccinations for COVID-19, as well as boosters. We continue to do that, and so we boosted and vaccinated over 6,000 people - and fed them as well. So we elected to eat the rent so that these families could stay in their home and not be put out on the street. And the Lord makes a way, somehow. So, we're involved in it and engaged in housing - I will continue to do that as a State legislator. [00:11:14] Crystal Fincher: One of the big issues this past legislative session was the missing middle housing bill. And you're absolutely right - we need to designate more housing as affordable housing, find affordable housing. One of the big problems is just that there just is not the supply of housing at all - of all different types and at all levels. Here in the state, we have not been building to keep up with the increase in population and the trends in the flow in population. And so allowing more density, more inclusive zoning was put on the table and all of the data shows that's a necessary ingredient of increasing affordability, of helping to stem the skyrocketing costs of rent and housing. Would you have voted for that missing middle housing bill? [00:12:16] Pastor Carey Anderson: Yes, I would. And let me say this - we have to have more deep-dive conversations for this issue of affordability and housing. And the conversation should center, not so much on - do we wanna build a threeplex or a fourplex in a single-family neighborhood - or what do we really value? If we as a state, if we as people value sheltering and allowing people the opportunity to live a decent life like you are living, then we're gonna have to have those types of conversations. But I believe that there are ways in which we can build housing in single-story homes and two-story homes that are aesthetically beautiful. It would not really disrupt the aesthetic beauty of the community and the neighborhood. These are discussions that I believe would prove to be very valuable instead of just a NIMBY attitude, because today they're homeless, today they're in need - but you miss a couple of paychecks yourself, you get laid off of your job, let another pandemic come and affect and impact your family - you may be the one next in line. And so we have to be very careful at the rocks we throw and the fingers we point because it could easily - you could be up today and you can be down tomorrow. So it's a collective effort - it's going to take collective and courageous conversations so that we could truly address the problem of affordability and density and providing the needed housing inventory for families to live sustained lives. [00:14:11] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely. Absolutely well said. We talked about public safety earlier - certainly talked about policing, have talked about the need to intervene in a lot of different ways. Safety is a really big conversation, and right now there are a lot of people in our communities fearing for their safety. Hate crimes are near all-time highs, we're seeing hate and bias-motivated crimes, we're seeing harassment and targeting of the LGBTQ community and others for their ethnic heritage, for their religion. What do you say to people who right now are scared and worried, and who are looking at the two parties going in very different directions, and worried that they can't count on the Supreme Court for safety or rights anymore, and increasingly they're relying on local leadership to make sure that people are safe and respected and protected in communities. What do you see as your responsibility in that area, and how will you lead to make sure that everyone in our communities feel safe? [00:15:36] Pastor Carey Anderson: Thank you. Excellent question, Crystal. Public safety is a major issue today, and I believe that we have made some major strides, but there's still a long way to go. And as I had said earlier, I believe that - I don't believe that we should put the entire burden on fighting crime left to law enforcement. When George Floyd was murdered and the unrest happened in Seattle in particular - but across the country - the East Precinct in Seattle was overtaken by the protestors. The East Precinct in Seattle is two blocks from First AME Church. I led the charge in convening the mayor and her staff, the Chief of Police at the time and her command staff, and the leaders of CHOP to come to First AME Church - there was about 75 of us in total. We did so with the sole purpose of learning how to talk, learning how to listen to one another. You have to understand - lives had been lost, bloodshed had been spilled on the pavements and on the streets of our cities behind the George Floyd murder. But out of the conversations - without news media, without the news outlets, without reporters - we were able to come and de-escalate the tension. And out of that, we were able to encourage Mayor Durkan, who was serving at the time, to put money into the BIPOC community - $30 million. She formed a task force that I was privileged to be a founding member of - the Equities Community Initiative Task Force - where we put together teams to talk about what are the central and acentric needs of our BIPOC community. Housing was one, entrepreneurship, looking at closing the wealth gap between Black and Brown people against the dominant culture. And so if we were able to do that there, I believe through our State Legislature, we can form ways of bridging some of these issues. Let me say this, Crystal - every first responder doesn't need to have a gun and a badge. Some of the things that we're dealing with now, we need to put funding into training more officers, law enforcement sensitivity training, cultural sensitivity training. I'm an endangered species as an African American male, even at my age - I'm not 25 - but I'm still an endangered species when pulled over by law enforcement. And so we've got to find ways of how to communicate better, how to empower faith groups, how to empower addiction counselors, how to empower and utilize mental health professionals and social workers to become our first responders. There was a time, a couple of summers ago, when the City SPD, Seattle Police Department, used the United Black Christian Clergy of Western Washington, which I'm a member of, and they would call us in dire situations with street violence amongst gangs. And we were able to find family members, we were able to find gatekeepers to try and de-escalate some of the violence as opposed to law enforcement just going in and pointing a gun and wearing a badge. I think that we must work collectively in this issue, if we're going to really bring about public safety, [00:19:35] Crystal Fincher: I completely agree with that. And then also talking about people's basic rights and people remaining safe regardless of who they are, what their background is, what their gender or sexuality is. [00:19:52] Pastor Carey Anderson: And can I say this - when you talk about the LGBTQIA+, we have to understand - they are a part of our community, just like we are a part. There's a collective we, and the Pride Parade in Seattle was right at the Central and the Capitol Hill area - where is First AME Church, right in the Capitol Hill area. We have always been, and there were even members of the 30th LD Dems, who said I was a homophobe. I said, how dare you? If you even Google Pastor Carey Anderson, you will find out that we are a welcoming church, a welcoming faith group. I am certainly not a homophobe - if anybody is, it's you - because we have always had our doors open for any and everybody. And we'll continue to do that - that's who we are, that's our value. God is a God of love. And so we must precipitate that type of love no matter who you are, and whose you are, because we're all children of God. I have walked with our Jewish brothers and sisters when Temple De Hirsch - our sister congregation right across the street from First AME Church, within walking distance - when they were defaced, their building was defaced, there were bomb threats. I stood with the Jewish brothers and sisters - Rabbi Weiner is a brother of mine from a different mother, we eat together, we worship together. And the Muslim community - we are tight with them - when they were going through threats, bomb threats, defacing of their temples and their mosques, we were right there with them standing by their side. And when Mother Emanuel AME Church back in 2015 lost nine people inclusive of the pastor - this is an AME church. First AME Church was the hub for the Seattle Pacific Northwest area, and we held prayer vigils, we led a 3000-person march through the City, and we engaged peace talks, and with celebratory singing. But we have to stop the killing, and this is what it's about. This is who we must become, and this is what I want to do, as the next voice in Olympia for the 30th District. I'm not talking about what I'm going to do, I'm talking about what I've done and what I continue to do. [00:22:40] Crystal Fincher: And I guess my question - especially, you've been doing work - in your capacity as a State legislator, particularly at this time where there are so many attacks on people because of their identity. And as we see rhetoric ratcheting up - the type of rhetoric that we know leads to violence - what more can be done to protect our LGBTQ community legislatively, to help protect people's rights, to help keep people safe, to help people just feel loved and seen in our community. What can be done in your role as a legislator? [00:23:26] Pastor Carey Anderson: Well, first of all, we need to enforce our equal protections under the laws even more. And we've got to not just put it out there in writing, but we must practice it indeed. We must have an open-door policy, we must train the legislators in terms of what a community looks like from people that are other than you. They look different, they have different values and culture, but they're still a part of this community. So I can love you no matter who you are. Although you may not have the same value that I have - just because you're a person, I am obligated to love you, and to stand in your shoes, and to understand your pain, understand your wants, and understand your desires and your hopes. This is what we must do if we're gonna represent all of the people that we are elected to serve. [00:24:27] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely. We also are facing a climate crisis. We are at a point where climate change is happening, we are experiencing extreme heat, extreme cold events, flooding. Marginalized people in our community, lower-income people, BIPOC communities are being hurt worst and first by this climate crisis. And we have work to do to keep it from getting worse, we have work to do to mitigate the impacts that it's currently having. So I guess in - as you're looking at running, as you're looking at legislating, what action would you take to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution? [00:25:19] Pastor Carey Anderson: Well, first of all, when the dominant culture sniffs, has the sniffles, those who are in poverty, those who are living beneath the poverty line, catch the flu. And so we've got to, first of all, realize the disparities, the health disparities. I'm so thankful for the Governor's supplemental budget, that calls for $64 billion, over $64 billion, of priority areas. One of those areas is climate. And so I would be supportive of the Governor's supplemental budget for 2022. Also, when we look at that, one of the other priorities is that of poverty. One in five persons are living in poverty. There are 1.7 million people in this state that are living in poverty. So when we're talking about climate change and gas emissions and things of that nature - trying to be a 2035 clean air environment, which is a very ambitious goal to meet, but we gotta start somewhere. But when we look at the disparities, 1.7 million are living in poverty. And then when you go a little deeper, you find out over half, or nearly half, are people of color. So we are the ones that are the most impacted, as you have so eloquently said. So as a State legislator, I would be in support of the Governor's supplemental plan and would be pushing for the implementation of it. I'm not gonna be Black when necessary and BIPOC when convenient. I am who I am, and these are priorities and we've got to speak truth to power. We've got to have these courageous conversations and that's what I'd be willing to do, as your State legislator. [00:27:16] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely - also in this, transportation is the sector most responsible for greenhouse gas emissions in our state. We just passed, as a state, a transportation package that had record investments in transit and mobility - which we all desperately need - but also continue to widen highways and invest billions in doing that. And especially with the impacts, as you just talked about, in the BIPOC community - just people who are in close proximity to roads and highways - the pollution that comes from those are disproportionately causing asthma, heart disease, lung disease in our communities. We now have tons of data showing that widening highways doesn't reduce traffic, it increases traffic and increases emissions. Would you be supportive in future highway packages of highway expansion, or do you think we should cap it at where it's at and focus on investing more in transit and mobility solutions for people who walk, bike and ride. [00:28:43] Pastor Carey Anderson: Yes, excellent question. I think we need to take a serious look at a moratorium on expansion for our highways and really look at some of the measures to bring public transportation and make that more accessible. Here in the 30th District, the transportation - Sound Transit - is moving this way. And a lot of people, though we may live in the Federal Way, 30th District area, we are working in Seattle - let's be clear about it. And so, once that is really completed - that project - that will help ease some of the traffic flow and the emissions that are going out, because I'd rather spend a minimal amount of time and read a book while I'm traveling quickly and swiftly to my job in Seattle, than being stuck in traffic and then having the propensity to get into an accident or having someone hit me or falling asleep while we're in a dead zone deadlock and gridlock and those kinds of things. So I know that a lot of the transit money has already been bonded out. So it's gonna be a difficult thing to look at, but I'd certainly be in favor of a moratorium. [00:30:09] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, that makes sense. And as you are considering your race, your opponent, just the dynamics of what is happening in Federal Way today and what residents are going through and what they want. Why are you the person who they should choose to represent them? [00:30:33] Pastor Carey Anderson: Russell Wilson used to say this when he was with the Seahawks - why not me? So, when we look at public safety, when we look at safe neighborhoods, funding our schools, affordable housing, quality healthcare for seniors, clean environment, and issues surrounding equity for all - I'm the only candidate who has been a K-12 public school teacher. And I'm for state funding - I'm the only candidate who has championed $400 million of state funding for immediate reinvestment into our communities. We've got a $200 million allocation that's gonna drop next month. And the RFPs are soon to be online. And so I was one, along with four others, who helped champion that $400 million state funding for immediate reinvestment into our communities. I'm the only candidate who has been using our church as a clinic for patients, for COVID vaccinations and boosters, and feeding people - to the tune of feeding, we've done nearly 15,000. For boosting and vaccinating people, over 6,000. And we continue to do that through partnerships. I'm the only candidate that provides jobs through affordable housing - our affordable housing projects and my church-based nonprofit organizations. And as I had said earlier, our project just broke ground in January 2022, providing 119 units of affordable housing at a cost of over $36 million. No one else has done that, no one else has been involved in leading the community. I'm just talking about - I'm not talking about Emmett Till, but I am talking about Trayvon Martin, I am talking about Michael Brown, I am talking about the mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. I am talking about George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery. First AME Church, through this pastor and the leadership that I provided for this community - I was the one out in the street, I was the one organizing these marches along with my colleagues, I was the one that's speaking truth to power, I was the one that convened the mayor, the chief of police who has endorsed me. WEA has endorsed me, the Retired Public Employees Council has endorsed me, and we're still getting endorsements as we speak - because my boots are on the ground. You don't have to wait for Day One to start pushing the button - what are you gonna do? I'm gonna continue to do what I've always done. And so this is my pledge, this is who I am as a person - and preaching and politics have never been separated in my book. And from the historical tradition of the African Methodist Episcopal Church - we were the first to seek public office in state and federal levels in our denomination and have led the charge and led the way. The Reverend Raphael Warnock is standing on the shoulders of historical path and I'm standing on those same shoulders. [00:33:48] Crystal Fincher: We're at an interesting time in our country and there certainly is a lot going on. You're coming to this race as a pastor. Your faith has informed how you have walked through life and how you have chosen to serve others in the community. We also see examples of some people who may be opposing you in this race, and some churches that are much more exclusive, that talk much more pointedly about who is and who is not welcome, who is and who is not moral or just or right in our society, allowed in our society. And we're having lots of conversations about what is the appropriate delineation between church and state. As someone whose faith is important to them, who you are walking into this role as a pastor, what role does faith play in how you serve, and I guess, through this candidacy. And what would you say to people who look around at other examples of religious leadership that they don't feel loved or included by - that you, as a pastor, would be the right choice. What would you say to folks who are thinking that? [00:35:17] Pastor Carey Anderson: Well, you've asked a series of questions, actually. I would like to start by saying - we sang a song when I was coming up in California and They'll Know We Are Christians by Our Love. And so my faith is rooted and grounded in love - love for neighbor, and love for self, and love for a community. And so, this is what informs my walk, it informs my talk. I want to be able to stand in the shoes of other people. It's not until you stand in their shoes that you understand their pain, and once you understand their pain, then you can begin to have discussions on how to mitigate the pain, how to address the pain, and how to walk with them through the pain. And so this is what I endeavor to do. The Bible says in the New Testament - we walk by faith and not by sight. So faith is what leads me, every morning, to get up. And it doesn't matter to me if you're Muslim, Jewish, atheist, or whoever you may be. You are a person, you are valued, and you are loved. What is it that we can do to help your walk? What is it that we can do to inform your viability, sustainability for you and your family and your loved ones? That's what we should be about. [00:36:57] Crystal Fincher: Thank you so much, Pastor Carey. If people wanna find out more about your campaign or get involved, where can they go to find out more information? [00:37:06] Pastor Carey Anderson: Google me and go to my, our website - Pastor Carey Anderson or Reverend Dr. Carey Anderson. But our campaign website is electpastorcarey.com and you can go there, and we're still getting lots of hits and the phone number is there 253-296-6370. Well, you're welcome to join us, you're welcome to wave with us, you're welcome to walk with us, you're welcome to phonebank, textbank with us, and to follow us as we follow our call and commitment. So, these are simple ways, but it means so much - reaching people one at a time, one neighborhood at a time, one household at a time, one person at a time. And that's what we're about. [00:38:05] Crystal Fincher: Well, thank you so much for spending time with us today, Pastor Carey Anderson. Thank you so much - we'll continue to follow you on your journey. [00:38:14] Pastor Carey Anderson: Thank you for having me, Crystal. It has certainly been an honor, and it's certainly been a joy to see the work that you and your team are doing. And I am not going to turn this off. I'm gonna keep you in my heart and I'm gonna keep the work that you do in my soul. So thank you so much. God bless you and God keep you. [00:38:37] Crystal Fincher: Thank you. I thank you all for listening to Hacks & Wonks on KVRU 105.7 FM. The producer of Hacks & Wonks is Lisl Stadler with assistance from Shannon Cheng. You can find me on Twitter @finchfrii, spelled F-I-N-C-H-F-R-I-I. Now you can follow Hacks & Wonks on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever else you get your podcasts - just type "Hacks and Wonks" into the search bar. Be sure to subscribe to get our Friday almost-live shows and our midweek show delivered to your podcast feed. If you like us, leave a review wherever you listen to Hacks & Wonks. You can also get a full transcript of this episode and links to the resources referenced in the show at officialhacksandwonks.com and in the episode notes. Thanks for tuning in - we'll talk to you next time.

Jason & Alexis
6/27 MON HOUR 1: Pride fun, great news for "Elvis" and BET Awards recap!

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 41:52 Very Popular


We had so much fun in the Pride Parade yesterday! A bowling alley food robot, big box office for "Elvis" and not-so-great reviews of "Lightyear." Lots of love for Charlie Puth and Jung Kook of BTS' new song "Left and Right." The BET Awards had a couple surprise performances!

Donna & Steve
Monday 6/27 Hour 1- Three Things To Know with Matty B from TV

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:43 Very Popular


Pride Parade recap, Random Fun Facts, Matt explains some details of Roe v Wade overturn, Ben Affleck's 10 year old bumps Ben's Lamborghini into another car

Eric in the Morning
Whip's Christopher Cross Update and What Did Run into and Break 6/27/2022

Eric in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 29:54


Did Whip get his one on one interview with singer Christopher Cross, and Morning Mix listeners told us expensive things that they ran into and damaged. Listen to The Morning Mix weekdays from 5:30am – 10:00am on 101.9FM The Mix in Chicago, at wtmx.com, and on our free Mix App available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Kate Dalley Radio
062722 Dr Duke Pesta Great Points On Abortion Why Pride Parades March For Abortion

Kate Dalley Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 38:21


062722 Dr Duke Pesta Great Points On Abortion Why Pride Parades March For Abortion by Kate Dalley

Renegade Talk Radio
Episode 4155: TERRORISTS WAGE JIHAD ON PRIDE MONTH!

Renegade Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 50:35


Terrorists targeted celebrations of Pride Month -threatening participants in Turkey and Ramallah until they cancelled them, and perpetrating a mass shooting in Norway! Why? You might ask. Well, the history goes back to Muhammad and his recommended punishment for homosexual activity. Chanting “Allahu Akbar” and showing frightening videos, they intimidated students at Istanbul University into cancelling their LGBT+ picnic. In Ramallah, the son of aprominent preacher from the terror group Hamas, posted a video on social media warning people arriving at a concert hall, that the star singer-songwriter about to perform is banned because he's gay. In Oslo, Norway, just hours before the Pride Parade wasabout to begin, Zaniar Matapour, a 42-year-old Iranian refugee, who'd come to Norway at age 12, began a shooting rampage. He targeted three gay sites, notably the London Pub. He shouted “Allahu Akbar” as he started shooting and left a trail of 2 dead and over 21 injured. Matapour is a fascinating guy. You will hear his life story, which includes mental illness, and many run ins with the law, for which he was hardly punished. Most interesting, are his connections to terrorists and ISIS. Not unlike many other lone wolves, Matapour had been on Norway's counterterrorism radar until they let them fall through the cracks. Now the authorities are investigating to see what they missed, trying to determine whether this was: a terror attack, a hate crime, a result of his mental illness, or all of the above. Indeed, having much similarity to Omar Mateen's attack on the Pulse Nightclub, it may havebeen a copycat crime!

ToddCast Podcast
Gay Pride Parade Featured Boy Scouts, Naked Men

ToddCast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 114:26


Seattle's Gay Pride Parade featured Boy Scouts waving rainbow flags and naked men on bicycles. No one was arrested. Dalton Glasscock, Art Ally, Tony Perkins, Katie Daviscourt, Jeremy Dys, and Coach Joe Kennedy join the conversation! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones
BONUS: Audio Pride Parade

TransLash Podcast with Imara Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 4:56


Welcome to the Acast Audio Pride Parade! On this stop, Imara reflects on the violence of erasure she experienced growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, and reminisces about her pre-covid Pride traditions. You can follow the Audio Pride Parade to the next stop on the Vulgaire podcast in Saint Brieuc, France on June 27.Follow TransLash Media @translashmedia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.Follow Imara Jones on Twitter (@ImaraJones) and Instagram (@Imara_jones_)TransLash Podcast is produced by Translash Media.Translash Team: Imara Jones, Oliver-Ash Kleine, Aubrey Calaway. Our intern is Mirana Munson-Burke.Xander Adams is our contributing producer.Digital strategy by Daniela Capistrano.Music: Ben Draghi and ZZK records. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dean Richards
Dean Richards' Sunday Morning | June 26th

Dean Richards

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


Dean is broadcasting from Bradley Place because at 11am he will be going with WGN-TV to be a part of the Pride Parade. Then Elton Jim will take over for Dean at 11am. Dean and the crew welcome back Elton Jim Turano to the studio and then Dave gives his Far Flung Forecast! Dr. Robert […]

Tagesschau (320x240)
25.06.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (320x240)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 15:03


Themen der Sendung: Proteste gegen G7-Gipfel in München, Die Linke wählt auf Parteitag in Erfurt neues Führungsduo Wissler und Schirdewan, Weg frei für Schwarz-Grün: Parteitage in Nordrhein-Westfalen stimmen für Koalition, Krieg Russlands gegen die Ukraine: Angriffe im ganzen Land, Putin kündigt atomwaffenfähige Raketen für Belarus an, Zwei Tote bei Anschlag auf Nachtklub in Oslo, Zehntausende demonstrieren bei Pride-Parade in Polen für die Rechte queerer Menschen, "Gorch Fock führt nach sieben Jahren wieder traditionelle Windjammerparade auf Kieler Förde an, Die Lottozahlen, Das Wetter

Talk Description to Me
Episode 110 - Stonewall and LGBTQ Activism

Talk Description to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 33:20


It's time for our second annual Pride episode! Last year, in episode 57, we described the visuals of Toronto's Pride Parade. This year we take a look at the historical event that led to the first political (and  celebratory!) Pride Marches in North America: the Stonewall riots. To hear firsthand accounts from those who were at Stonewall, and journalists who have studied the event and its aftermath, check out this New York Times video. It's not described, but the interview subjects are quite descriptive in their recollections.https://youtu.be/S7jnzOMxb14Support the show

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)
25.06.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 15:03


Themen der Sendung: Proteste gegen G7-Gipfel in München, Die Linke wählt auf Parteitag in Erfurt neues Führungsduo Wissler und Schirdewan, Weg frei für Schwarz-Grün: Parteitage in Nordrhein-Westfalen stimmen für Koalition, Krieg Russlands gegen die Ukraine: Angriffe im ganzen Land, Putin kündigt atomwaffenfähige Raketen für Belarus an, Zwei Tote bei Anschlag auf Nachtklub in Oslo, Zehntausende demonstrieren bei Pride-Parade in Polen für die Rechte queerer Menschen, "Gorch Fock führt nach sieben Jahren wieder traditionelle Windjammerparade auf Kieler Förde an, Die Lottozahlen, Das Wetter

The Tom and Curley Show
Hour 1: Seattle Pride Parade bans police officers from marching in uniform

The Tom and Curley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 31:10


3PM - Seattle Pride Parade bans police officers from marching in uniform // Mark Zuckerberg has been designing clothes for you to wear in the metaverse – including a formal grey suit // Kyle Rittenhouse unveils video game where players shoot ‘fake news' turkeys See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Trust and Believe with Shaun T
Trust & Believe Bonus: Take a Stop on the Acast Audio Pride Parade

Trust and Believe with Shaun T

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:23


We are celebrating PRIDE! Our podcast network, Acast is holding an Audio Pride Parade to celebrate and mark Pride across the world, and I am honored to be a part of it! Take a stop with me in NYC along the Pride Parade to answer a couple of questions about how I will be celebrating this year! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The LIFETalks Podcast
Would Jesus Attend a Pride Parade?

The LIFETalks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 22:39


The pastors discuss whether Jesus would attend a pride parade and compare the current cultural movement to a story recorded in Daniel. 

Feast of Fun : Gay Talk Show
Pride Marches On

Feast of Fun : Gay Talk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 86:46


Ever since the Stonewall Riots ignited the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement in 1969, most major cities have had Pride Parades until the Covid Pandemic of 2020 where it was all put on pause.This year will be the first Pride Parade we've had in two years, and while we are still concerned over Covid, there's now also the worry over violence, like recently in Idaho where a van full of Fascist militia were ready to harm people celebrating Pride.Joining us today is our pal Jack Ryan, the host of The 10% Percent Show that ran on Chicago Cable Access in the late 80s and early 90s, to take a look at the changing face of Pride and the new challenges we face this year as millions of people gather once again to celebrate sexual and gender diversity.Plus➤ Texas Republicans' Platform Calls LGBTQ Life an “Abnormal Lifestyle Choice”➤ Sir Elton says ‘I'll never forget you.'Episode #3037

His and His
119: Celebrating Pride: Leather Daddies and Unthinkable Depravity (Revisited)

His and His

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:51


Matthew and Paul are celebrating Pride by recounting their first Pride Parade memories. Matthew describes how he accidentally attended Pride shortly after coming out as gay, while Paul reminisces about the friendships that defined his college years in San Francisco. Matthew and Paul also explain what Pride means to them today.  On the extended episode, Matthew and Paul discuss their feelings about “Straight Pride” and whether it's something that should ever be celebrated. Listen to the extended episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/68044441

CrossPolitic Studios
TCND: Memories and Throwing Eggs at Drag Queens (Heat Wave) [The Comedian Next Door]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 48:26


John's a little under the weather, but he's going to soldier on! It's very, very hot in our neck of the woods, and it's reminding us of happy childhood memories, digging holes and making "Mixtures." Those were the days, right?!Next: John tells us his idea for making Pride Parades into "family friendly" events. But the Peaches is worried his idea might be a little too much fun... Finally: the Atheists are swarming on John's Facebook page. You can go look at some of their comments, but don't spend too much time trying to climb inside their heads and think like they do. It's hellish in there. If you'd like to connect with the Comedian and his family, you can email nextdoor@johnbranyan.com . We're going to be hosting another Vacay with Comics in July of 2023! Please be on the lookout for details on our website (johnbranyan.com) ....but cut John some slack because it's really hot up in the attic where he works.

90 Day Gays: A 90 Day Fiancé Podcast with Matt Marr & Jake Anthony
Reality Gays Bonus: Acast's Audio Pride Parade Episode 2022

90 Day Gays: A 90 Day Fiancé Podcast with Matt Marr & Jake Anthony

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 43:39 Very Popular


We are celebrating PRIDE! Our podcast network, Acast, has put together a worldwide Pride Parade with Acast Podcasters around the world, and we are so honored and thrilled to be a part of it!Happy Pride y'all! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST
EP 928 - COLONOSCOPY DAY & UC FLARE UP/NBA FINALS THROUGH 5/GIULIANI DRUNKENNESS & ELECTION DEFENSE FUND/REBEL WILSON OUTED

I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:47 Very Popular


This is The Zone of Disruption! This is the I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST! His name is Michael Rapaport aka The Gringo Mandingo aka Captain Colitis aka The Disruptive Warrior aka Mr. NY aka The Inflamed Ashkenazi aka The Sultan of Sniff is here to discuss: Dealing with Inflamation & a UC Flare Up, having to cancel shows, prep & taking That Michael Jackson, 5 Games through The NBA Finals & Warriors taking control of the series, Draymond Green's shooting, Jayson Tatum being Air Kobe, January 6th Hearings, Rudy Giuliani's drunkenness, the people who donated to the election defense relief fund, Amber Heard giving herself away, Rebel Wilson being outed, white supremasists in Idaho at a Pride Parade & more. This episode is not to be misssed!   Stand Up Comedy Tickets on sale at: MichaelRapaportComedy.com   For all things sports wagering use MyBookie.AG with Promo Code: RAPAPORT   If you are interested in MLB, NHL, NBA & UFC Picks/Parlays Follow @TheCaptainPicks on Instagram & subscribe to packages at www.CaptainPicks.com   www.dbpodcasts.com   Produced by DBPodcasts.com Follow @dbpodcasts, @iamrapaport, @michaelrapaport on TikTok, Twitter & Instagram Music by Jansport J (Follow @JansportJ) www.JansportJMusic.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dennis Michael Lynch Podcasts
DML Podcast: Your life in America is about to get worse, here is why (Ep101)

Dennis Michael Lynch Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 62:33


The Dennis Michael Lynch Podcast is 50-minutes today. DML hosts the program on his own, and the theme is hard to swallow. But it's a must listen and watch. Your life in America is about to get worse, he explains why. Topics covered: 1. Border crisis is all time bad 2. CDC puts out the most stupid warning of all time 3. Fentanyl on sale to kids on social media sites 4. Pride Parade exposes young children to sexually explicit behavior 5. Love dogs, you better not own a gun if you want one  6. Trump responds with 12-page memo regarding Jan 6 hearing 7. Bill Barr makes a fool of himself over 2000 Mules 8. Interest rates about to skyrocket 9. DML CBD bogo announced for softgels 10. DML is taking a long journey and you can be a part of it Listen on The DML NEWS APP, iHeart, Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Watch on TeamDML.com

The Tim Dillon Show
302 - Put Them In A Big Pot

The Tim Dillon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 84:14 Very Popular


Tim finally gets a personal trainer and is reinventing himself, is torn on solutions to help the homeless, imagines what Rick Caruso will do for the Pride Parade in Los Angeles, and has a short interview at the end with comedian and musician Francis Ellis, formerly of Barstool Sports. Listen to Francis Ellis's podcast here: Bonus episodes every week: ▶▶ https://www.patreon.com/thetimdillonshow ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS: HELIX BED ▶▶ https://www.helixsleep.com/timd for 200 dollars off Mattress orders and two free pillows WATCHES ▶▶ for 20% off go to https://www.vincerocollective.com/timdillon

Token CEO
How Barstool Got A Float In The NYC Pride Parade (ft. Pat & Joey)

Token CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 56:24 Very Popular


To kick off Pride Month we've got none other than the stars of Barstool's Out & About podcast, Pat & Joey! The two talk with Erika about the creation of their podcast and its Ma'am Mafia community, their plans for Pride Month & Pride Festival 2022, their roles at Barstool and how they got here, and SO much more. Before we get into their interview, Erika gives us her take on the movie/streaming world as well as an update on Barstool & Penn's plans for the summer. As always, we wrap with Q&A & Erika's thoughts on the week's most random headlines. Enjoy! (00:00:10) Boardroom (00:12:55) Q&A (00:23:55) Joey & Pat (00:52:13) Circling Back