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The Signal, 04.29.11 & 04.30.11, jeremy johnson, don't ask don't tell, transmodern festival, jane borden, gayle danley
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***THE SIGNAL AIRS FRIDAYS AT 7 PM AND SATURDAYS AT 1 PM***
This week (April 29 & 30, 2011) on The Signal…
- US Navy veteran Jeremy Johnson made the tough decision to come out to his commanding officer after a ten-year military career under the ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ policy. Jeremy talks with us this week about what went into his decision and what the repeal of the policy might mean for the future.
- We get a preview of some of the weird, wonderful and experimental art and performances taking place this weekend at the 8th annual Transmodern Festival.
- Signal contributor Mary Rose Madden talks with author Jane Borden, who yanked up her Southern roots and moved to New York City, detailing the experience in her comedic memoir, I Totally Meant to Do That.
- Plus: Internationally renowned slam poet Gayle Danley drops by to help us celebrate National Poetry Month.