Radio interview from Sacramento Valley station KDVS “The Fringe” with Mara Williams, May 17, 2006.
Part I: Mara’s introduction (1:43)
Part II: Interview with Leslie (31:23)

‘No borders in the workers’ struggle!’
May 1, 2006 interview in defense of immigrant rights AIR AMERICA/Majority Report program (6:30)

Simon Frasier University
Women’s Studies
Maggie Benston Lecture
Vancouver Public Library
Vancouver, BC, Canada
February 10th, 2006
Part I (22:55)
Part II (21:48)
Part III (12:12)


Outlaw – Leslie Feinberg on
Discovering Transgender History
@ multiplefetch Youtube Channel

October 21, 1996
In the Life (E. 602): The State of AIDS
Interview with Kate Bornstein
and Leslie Feinberg
@ UCLAFilmTVArchive

May 7, 2000
Rainbow Flags for Mumia
The historic “Free Mumia” rally, NYC
Workers World Party Youtube channel.
Leslie Feinberg spoke in defense of Mumia Abu Jamal, Black Panther political prisoner and revolutionary journalist, at a mass meeting to “Free Mumia” at Madison Square Garden, May 7, 2000. Feinberg was representing a special “Rainbow Flags for Mumia” of LGBTQ support for the African-American freedom fighter.  This video is a taping of Feinberg’s “Free Mumia” speech video shown at a memorial in New York City, March 2016.

June 2, 2006
Ways in Between Gender Series
Buffalo, NY
Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center
@ Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center Youtube Channel

April 26th, 2007
Beyond Pink or Blue
Sonoma State University, Sonoma
CSUSonoma’s youtube channel

During the week of April 24, 2006, Leslie Feinberg spoke at California State University-Sonoma, which was having a protest on May 1 in solidarity with the upcoming 2006 national May Day strike by undocumented workers. After saying zie would be marching on May Day in solidarity with the workers, Feinberg builds the connections for solidarity between struggles of LGBTQ and other oppressed people.  Feinberg grounds this with autobiographical details about hir early life, queer and political in Buffalo, N.Y.; talks at length about the Stonewall Rebellion, its leaders and origin; and then moves into contemporary issues that are still timely, like fighting against racism, and fighting for immigrant rights, people with disabilities, women’s liberation and LGBTQ liberation, and finding a road to socialism.


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