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International Women’s Day 2019 (Hour 18) – Bonni Live!

Women, entrenched in making thought-provoking music throughout centuries, provide inspiration, strength and guidance. Bonni Maxwell, originating from Detroit and now a mainstay in the San Francisco Bay Area, has forged a solid career with contemporary, soulful renditions about social justice, politics, love and life. Rhythm & Blues/Soul singer Bonni joins us during the final hour … Continued


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International Women’s Day 2019 (Hour 13) – KPFA Weekend News; Plus: Syria, Art and Collective Memory with Dima Nachawi

6 PM – Pacifica Evening News with Sharon Sabotta 6:30 – Syria, Art, and Collective Memory: An interview with artist Dima Nachawi KPFA’s Mira Nabulsi interviews Syrian artist Dima Nashawi. Dima is an illustrator, clown and the founder of Memory Initiative for Syrian Culture (MISC). She is based in Beirut, Lebanon. Her illustrations portray stories from … Continued


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International Women’s Day 2019 (Hour 12) – KPFA, the X Factor; Plus: Resurgent Cultures of Consent

5 PM – KPFA, The X Factor – 2019 Prison reform activist Doris Mangrum speaks with Jeannine Etter, Aileen Alfandary & Avotcha Jiltonilro about their experiences in media & at KPFA. Produced by Mickey Mayez 5:30 – Resurgent Cultures of Consent featuring Anjali Nath Upadhyay and Dr. Sarah Hunt Host and long-time educator Anjali Nath … Continued


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International Women’s Day 2019 (Hour 11) – Saying No to Motherhood; Plus: Doula Samsarah Morgan on Black Infant Mortality 

4 PM – The Last Taboo: Saying No to Motherhood with Rosemary Agonito (Produced and Hosted by Jeannine Etter) 4:30 – Doula Samsarah Morgan on Black Infant Mortality The United States has one of the highest infant mortality rates of any developed country and that number is the highest for black infants. For more on … Continued


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International Women’s Day 2019 (Hour 9) – The Once and Future Socialist Feminist continued

The Once and Future Socialist Feminist Fifty years ago, the Chicago Women’s Liberation Union became the first openly socialist feminist organization in the US. In 1975, more than 1300 women, many affiliated with similar women’s unions, came together for a groundbreaking conference at Antioch College in Ohio. “We thought the revolution was around the corner,” … Continued