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ABOVEGROUND RECORDS
Tom Wilson Weinberg

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​STUDENTS! RISE UP! is a one-minute animated film for trans and trans-friendly students everywhere. 

Our trans, lesbian, gay, straight, cis and non-binary crew created this video to help students teach each other, and adults, that safe bathrooms for trans kids contributes to a safer and more welcoming school.

Click here and share it with friends, family, teachers, politicians and everyone you know. 

STUDENTS! RISE UP!
School Choir: 
Patricia Battles, Ron BInary, Gia Pedicone, Tom Wilson Weinberg, John Whyte
Film Supervisor: John Serpentelli, UARTS, Philadelphia
Film Animators: Patricia Battles & Gia Pedicone
Audio Engineer, Editor & SFX: Patricia Battles
Words & music © 2018 Tom Wilson Weinberg/ASCAP
Video © 2018 Tom Wilson Weinberg
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 Cookie DiOrio, Andrew Boyask, Messapotamia Lefae
   John Jarboe, Tom Wilson Weinberg, Amber Hikes
       Mr Maryruth Stine, Chris Bartlett, Meg Rider

Cabaret Vérité VIII: TRUTH BE TOLD has come and gone. 
We had two great nights and raised bucks for our beloved William Way LGBT Center.
     Whitman at 200 and Philly AIDS Thrift @ Giovanni's Room present
       Oscar visitsWALT June 14, 15, 16, 2019
In 1882, while on a speaking tour of the U.S., Oscar Wilde called on Walt Whitman twice, in January and in May. Much has been written about these visits. The two were alone for 90 minutes on each occasion. Only Tom WW knows exactly what transpired and plans to go public with this information as part of the city-wide celebration of Whitman's 200th birthday. Events will be held at venues throughout Philadelphia for Whitman at 200.   Information at https://www.whitmanat200.org