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
KPFA and Pacifica Special Broadcasts.
1:00 – “Good and Mad” A Conversation with Author Rebecca Traister (Produced and Hosted by Jeannine Etter) 1:45 PM – The Once and Future Socialist Feminist (Produced by Kate Raphael and Lisa Dettmer)
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 … Continued
11am – Invisible Epidemic: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in California & Beyond (Produced by Sara Blanco & Morning Star Gali) 11:30am – Shaman Woman: Activist, Homeless, Lawyer (Produced and Hosted by Adrienne Lauby)
A Conversation between Angela Davis and Olga Talamantes: Voices from the Resistance, hosted by Cheliss Lopez (Produced by Nina Serrano)
Women’s International Music with Joanna Manqueros
8 AM – Feisty Femme Folk Tales by Sherry Glazer (Produced and Edited by Christina Aanestad) 8:30 – Let the Light Shine – Women and Truth (Produced and Hosted by Prema Jackson)
Bay Native Circle: In Celebration of Native Women (Produced by Janeen Antoine)
The Gospel Experience “Sacred Sisters” Hosted by Miz April
Tune in Saturday March 9th for KPFA’s 2019 International Women’s Day broadcast! From 6am – 12 midnight, we bring you a mix of music, culture and her-stories celebrating the courage, creativity and contributions of some of the most vulnerable and most powerful women on our planet.