Monday, November 4, 2013

If You Could Be Mine



  If You Could Be Mine
 Friday, November 1
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
 A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Cultural Diversity" talks, listen to an interview with Sara Farizan, an Iranian-American.  She will talk about her moving novel on seventeen-year-old Sahar who has been in love with her best friend, Nasrin, since they were six.  They've shared stolen kisses and romantic promises.  But Iran is a dangerous place for two girls in love.  Both girls could be beaten, imprisoned, even executed if their relationship came to light.  In Iran, homose*uality may be a crime, but to be a man trapped in a woman's body is seen as Nature's mistake, and se* reassignment is legal and accessible.

 
    To Hear the Upcoming Interview, Click on This: Beyond 50


*Subject to change.  To join in the conversation during the live broadcast, call (724) 444-7444.  When asked for the Talk Show ID, dial 59781#.  And for the last code, press 1#.  If you happen to miss any of our past interviews, you can hear them from our listings: archive 1  and archive 2.
 


Stephen Jenkinson: Way of Grief
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Stephen Jenkinson.  He'll talk about his work with dying people, featured in the documentary "Griefwalker" that is a a lyrical, poetic portrait of Stephen’s work with dying people. In his teachings, he regards grief and the love of life as twins, natural human skills that can be learned first by being on the receiving end and feeling worthy of them, later by practicing them when you run short of understanding.  In a time like ours, grieving is a subversive act.

 
    To Hear the Past Interview, Click on This: Episode 479





November is Native American Heritage Month

Beyond 50 honors the many significant contributions the first Americans


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