Womens Magazine

Two amazing women’s rights activits; Heather Booth and Neesa Medina

On Monday July 24th on KPFA’s Women’s Magazine we talk to two amazing and influential  women’s rights activist who unfortunately you probably have never heard of. First Kate Raphael talks to Lilly Rivlin and Heather Booth about the new documentary called “Heather Booth: Changing the World” which tells the story of one of the most influential women involved in social movements in the U.S in the last half Century. This film will be showing this coming week at the SF Jewish Film Festival.

Then Corrine Smith brings us the voice of Neesa Medina, a Honduran women’s rights activist with the women’s rights group Centro de Derechos de Mujeres. They are fighting for women’s basic rights to health, labor and political participation in the face of overwhelming violence.


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    June 19, on KPFA’s Tom & Tim Show, KPFA had no problem spotlighting The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a group that mocks Catholic Nuns and hosts the annual Hunky Jesus contest in a San Francisco public park which ridicules the crucifixtion so it appears while KPFA doesn’t like Islamophobia, it has no problem with Catholicophobia! Shame on KPFA. Let Dawkins speak.

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