The Unbaby Shower

When Reverend Tristy Taylor and her husband decided to stop trying to have a baby, she honored that loss with a special ceremony. During her time sitting shiva, “grief first” was her mantra. Then a dream inspired her to create a celebration of her decision to not become a mother. Produced by Collen Thomas   … Continued

Feminist Fairy Tales

Welcome to Feisty Female Folktales, two feminist themed international children’s fairytales… one from Norway, Tatterhood, and one From Japan, Unanana and the elephant. Feisty Female Folktales, was produced by northern California performance artist and activist, Sherry Glaser Love, and features original music by Johnny Qwest Huebel & David M. Brown.  Tatterhood featured the voices of Sophia Scott, Tristan O’Greenfield, … Continued

Mosaic America’s Galorious

Mosaic America’s Galorious highlights stories of glorious gals; women who were first to Stand Up and get others to Rise Up. Women today need to hear about the others before and among us who are claiming their whole identity on their own terms. Galorious is a celebration of hard-won triumphs of strong and courageous women … Continued

Sistah Boom: Forty Years in the Streets

Sistah Boom is a women’s samba marching band that has been showing up in the streets at Bay Area demonstrations for 40 years – bringing power, energy, and spirit. The story of Sistah Boom is one of women’s empowerment, queer liberation, and marching for social justice. This sound-rich documentary chronicles the four decades of social … Continued

What Does 21st Century Feminism Look Like

What does 21st Century Feminism Look Like? Live show with call-ins. Host Vylma V.speaks with two young women of color who identify as feminists as they explore: What does 21st Century feminism look like? Why do they identify as feminist, and why is it that some young women do not? Can men be feminists or simply allies? Call in with your questions and your responses for … Continued

Global Black Feminism

Listen to a kitchen-table conversation with Black transnational feminists Coumba Toure, Hakima Abbas, and Vanessa Thompson discussing the values, principles, and visions of global black feminism and the contradictions they face as they engage in the multifaceted activism. Host: Margo Okazawa-Rey

Global Celebration

In this hour we will learn about the radical socialist herstory of International Women’s Day with two American scholars, Eillen Boris, Professor at U.C. Santa Barbara, and Professor Premilla Nadasen from Barnard College. While IWD doesn’t generate mass marches anymore in the U.S., Women’s Day is still an important day for protest and celebration in … Continued

The Women’s Assembly for Climate Justice

On September 11, 2018, women climate activists from around the globe gathered in San Francisco for The Women’s Assembly for Climate Justice. The day-long assembly was organized by the Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network International, known as WECAN. The Women’s Assembly was part of a week of actions, including the largest march for climate the West … Continued