Womens Magazine, for March 14, 2011 - 1:00pm
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The financial difficulties threatening the future of the largest lesbian cultural event, the San Francisco Dyke March. And we talk to the amazing artist Meshell Ndegeocello, one of the first African American queer musicians to make it to the mainstream. MeShell has been nominated for ten Grammys and has performed with artists such as: the Rolling Stones, Madonna, Alanis Morrisette, John Cougar Melloncamp, Zap Mama, Talib Kweli and Chaka Khan. If you didn't get enough of Meshell this week when she performed Prince covers in the Bay Area hear more of her music and listen to Meshell open up about her life, her music, her philosophy, the challenges and benefits of being a Queer Muslim, and being known as the desired Baby Daddy to many in Queer Women in the Bay Area .
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