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Hosts: Nemo Siqueiros & Darcy Jeda Corbitt

Questions: Tweet questions and comments to: @Media_PPP, @NemoPotatoes & @DarcyCorbitt with #findingme

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Meet Darcy

Darcy Jeda Corbitt is a transgender writer, speaker, scientist, and advocate who fights fearlessly for equality and visibility for the transgender community. Learn more on her website. Pronouns: She/her

Nemo Siqueiros

Meet Nemo

Co-host of Finding Me, technical assistant, and in-house graphic designer at KPPP 88.1 FM.

Pronouns: He/They

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Finding Me, the region’s first queer radio program in Fargo-Moorhead.

On Finding Me we are interested in your stories and your voices. This show isn’t about our opinions or our personalities, though they definitely will be making an appearance from time to time. This is a space for your voice, for your questions, for your art, for your fears. And we hope in this weekly hour together you will find the strength and courage to find the me who lives inside you. We look forward to having this journey with you.

11/23/2016 – Transgender Voices – Part 3 [TDOR Service Re-Broadcast]

11/30/2016 – Transgender Voices – Part 4 [Being An Ally]

12/7/2016  Queer Arts – Part 1 [Fargo Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus]

12/14/2016 – Queer Arts – Part 2 [Queer Musicians ft. Ty Nic]

12/21/2016 – Queer Arts – Part 3 [Queer Performers]

12/28/2016 – Queer New Year Celebration








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Join us this week as we discuss romantic attraction and sexual attraction. Listen at 88.1 FM or online at 5pm. Links LGBT Center UNC-Chapel-Hill... read more

#FindingMe: Anti-LGBTQ Legislation Watch Part 1

Join us for coverage of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in 2017 during the month of January and as it rears its ugly head. Tonight we will be talking about potential bills we will see this year and what you can do to stand up against oppression. Listen at 88.1FM or online. Links ACLU Anti-LGBT Legislation Watch: Contact your legislator: or Sign up for Darcy’s action alerts at... read more

#FindingMe: Happy Queer Year

Tonight we are celebrating the end of #2016 and looking forward to #2017. Tune in for some great laughs as we ring in the New Year! Listen on 88.1FM or online. Links The 2016 Song (a la Hamilton) by Tessa Netting:... read more

#FindingMe: Queer Arts – Part 3 – Queer Performers

Visibility in the media is important to LBGTQ+ people both in and out of the closet. Join us tonight as we talk about queer performers and talk to special guest Harmony Diamond. Tune into 88.1FM or join us online at 5pm. Please consider helping us keep Finding Me on the air with a one-time or recurring donation or by becoming an underwriter. Links: Ellen being presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom: Special guest, Harmony Diamond: For crisis resources: ... read more

#FindingMe: Queer Arts Part 1 – Fargo Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus

In 2013, a group of gay men meeting for coffee discussed how much they missed having a group to sing with. And from these casual discussions, the Fargo Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus was born. Darcy had the opportunity to attend a rehearsal for their upcoming concert and sit down with a group of their members to talk about the history of the Chorus, their upcoming concert, and exciting new developments for the group. Tune in at 5pm on 88.1FM or online. Links Fargo Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus: Purchase tickets:... read more