Episode #1 | K.C. Has Superpowers
By rejecting binary socialization, K.C (they/them). embraces their magic and discovers self-acceptance and joy.
It turns out I do have the superpowers I needed to save myself all along. I am my wildest dream come true.
The first episode of Season 5 of The TMI Project Podcast: Black Trans Stories Matter features K.C. Nyabinyere Jallah. K.C. is originally from the Twin Cities area in Minnesota and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. They currently serve as a Resource Specialist Teacher and vehemently advocates for the total liberation and sovereignty of disenfranchised people at all intersections. You can find out more about K.C. at @callmekayseee.
This episode was mixed/mastered by Stevie Manns (they/them) and produced in partnership with Radio Kingston. TMI Project’s Black Trans Stories Matter program was created by Cece Suazo (she/her).
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Black Trans Stories Matter: A Discussion and Action Guide
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