To the children of the revolution, this one is especially for you. This program is presented by a long-term HIV/AIDS survivor and Leatherman which spotlights a trans woman who changed the music forever. #wendycarlos #transvisibility
Keeping a promise I made in 1982 to my mother, who left us on the 20th of November at the age of 70. #georgelucas #mom #oldiesbutgoodies
A tribute to a true original and queer icon. Fight HIV/AIDS, not people with HIV/AIDS. #WAD2019 #EndHIVStigma #AIDS
Even though she once sang that we didn’t need another hero, she became one to us with her class, grace, positive attitude and self-confidence, showing us all that there are second acts in American lives. #tinaturner
This year’s annual Alzheimer’s Prevention show is seeking a specific audience: those who were alive when these songs were new. That doesn’t mean the rest of you can’t have some fun, children. #Alzheimers
The woman who once told a reporter that “pigeonholes were for pigeons” chose her own destiny in a world where Black women have often been dismissed and ignored. She left this mortal coil recently, and this program is in tribute to her gifts.
Celebrating the U.S. version of Armistice Day with Air Force veteran and Country music cornerstone Johnny Cash with live performances from 1955 to 1968. Additionally, about 20 veterans daily commit suicide, far higher than the national average. There is 24/7 free help available to you.
The artist of the year seemingly took everyone by surprise, with most not even realizing she has been one of the hardest working artists around for almost a decade.
Celebrating a holiday some will call Samhain, some will call Halloween with a band that proved there is nothing to fear from the darkness.
A band that came to represent the Grunge movement of the early 1990’s transcended it to create a new type of classic rock.