International Author & LGBT Activist Angel Mason Makes Debut Appearance on KJLH’s “Can I Get A Witness” Radio Show

International Author and LGBT Activist Terry Angel Mason Makes Debut Appearance
on KJLH’s “Can I Get A Witness” Radio Show with Pastor Xavier L. Thompson

Los Angeles, CA (September 10, 2011)- Join International author and activist, Terry Angel Mason and pastor Xavier L. Thompson Sunday, September 11th at 7:00 pm PST, on the inspiring radio show “Can I Get A Witness,” as Mason discusses the controversial SB 48 bill, and the fight for equality and inclusion for the same-gender-loving community.

Serving his audience with inspiring, entertaining and educational dialogue, Pastor Xavier L. Thompson of the Southern Missionary Baptist Church provides a fresh, new perspective on current issues affecting the African American Christian community.

Listeners can hear the show live at 102.3KJLH, or by visiting www. and hitting the “Listen Live” button. The call-in number is 520KJLH- 520-5554. Angel Mason, a Christian LGBT leader, activist, reverend and author received massive attention from worldwide audiences after penning Love Won’t Let Me Be Silent, a gripping tome that offered strategies to help parents, families, ministers, teachers and community leaders effectively understand and support gay teens, young adults, and people infected with HIV/AIDS. Mason’s book touched the lives of millions and was submitted for a Pulitzer Prize and numerous awards, including the Lambda Literary Awards and the Stonewall Book Award.

Mason’s latest, highly anticipated release, They Say That I Am Broken, is set to be released this Fall, and is a gripping page-turner that deals with a plethora of issues affecting Same-Gender-Loving community, including homophobia in the Black Church, HIV, DADT (Don’t Ask Don’t Tell), gay marriage, homeless gay children, and more. The book also features captivating articles about CNN anchor and author Don Lemon, The Los Angeles Lakers’ basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, and much more. They Say That I Am Broken is poised to gain worldwide recognition as it affirms God’s love for all people, and eloquently dissects race, religion and homosexuality through empowering essays, poems and stories.

Regarded as one of the most respected authors and activists of our time, Mason tackles tough issues surrounding homosexuality and Christianity, and provides an honest and exciting dialogue that promotes love, tolerance and equality for all.

An international columnist, Angel’s latest article, Same Church, Different Song of Equality,” was recently featured in the national publication, The Advocate. To view the article, click here:

About Global Author Terry Angel Mason

Terry Angel Mason is an internationally renowned author, columnist, keynote speaker, poet, singer, songwriter, minister, and Civil Rights activist who currently resides is Southern California. He is the author of three popular titles, Love Won’t Let Me Be Silent, They Say That I am Broken, and The Dream Keeper, set to be released in 2012. A revered leader and global change agent, Terry Angel Mason’s mission is to inspire, educate and empower millions around the world, and promote love and acceptance for all people. A highly sought after author and activist, Mason has been featured in The East County Magazine, Five (5) Magazine, Whosoever Magazine, SGL Weekly Magazine, Outword Magazine, The NBJC Newsletter, The Advocate, Frontier Magazine, Broadway World, The Windy City Times Newspaper, New Pittsburgh Courier, New England Informer, Our Weekly Magazine, Out Impact, The San Diego Gay and Lesbian News, The San Diego Gay and Lesbian Times, The San Diego Union Tribune, ME Magazine, POZ Magazine, The New Civil Rights Online Magazine, A&U Magazine, Religious Tolerance, Marriage Equality International, Homorazzi, BN&S News Commentary, Real Health Magazine, Q Magazine, MSNBC News Vine, ILGA, Out Military Online Magazine, Proud Parenting Web Magazine, Fuse Magazine, Echelon Magazine, The Bay Area Reporter, Connextions Magazine, and in many other publications.

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