Award-winning novelist Carolina De Robertis discusses her newest book, Cantoras, which has gotten rave reviews. The New York Times calls it “Brazenly hopeful … a revolutionary fable, ideal for this moment.” De Robertis and host Kate Raphael have a deep discussion about queerness in Uruguay and immigrant communities, and how the terror of a military … Continued
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This hour long radio program presents and discusses women’s lives and issues globally and locally from a radical, multiracial, feminist, mujerist, womanist perspective.
Today we talk focus on climate justice. We talk to 18 year old Climate Justice activist Mishka Banuri from Utah who helped craft and pass the Utah Climate Resolution, the first of its kind in a traditionally conservative state. Mishka is the co-founder of the Utah Youth Environmental Solutions, a youth-led group that engages with … Continued
Today’s show in the first half is hosted by Jovelyn and Theresa Adams. Candis Watts Smith co-author with Tehama Lopez Bunyasi of Stay Woke talks with Jovelyn in a pre-recorded interview about Black Lives Matter, staying woke, her writings and her work in developing a more equitable society. Follow Candis on Twitter @ProfCandis. Get your very own copy of Stay Woke at NYU … Continued
Margo Okazawa-Rey, gender studies professor and a member of the legendary Combahee River Collective, discusses the similarities and differences between anti-Blackness in the U.S. and in Europe with Afro-German scholar Vanessa Eileen Thompson. Thompson is a researcher at the Goethe University in Frankfurt and a former visiting scholar at UC Berkeley’s Department of Ethnic Studies. … Continued
Today we talk to Fuifuilupe Niumeitolu to celebrate the inauguration of her new podcast that will be featured on women’s magazine starting next month and will also available online called From Moana Nui to California Indigenous stories of the Land which will explore the importance of the land to all indigenous people to resist and … Continued
Today at 1pm on KPFA Radio’s Women’s Magazine at 94.1FM or online at kpfa.org Akemi Johnson gives us a close up view of what is happening in the border towns of military bases in places like Okinawa, Japan with book released in June 2019 Night in the American Village: Women in the Shadow of the … Continued
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg’s address to the French parliament in July 2019. Thanks to Wings, The Women’s International News Gathering Service for this audio.
A Route to Ourselves lessening the space between women’s bodies. Today’s show on The Space Between Us we are introduced to Anietie Ukpe-Wallace, known as Tia, Danielle Harel and Celeste Hirschman. The topics are Intimacy & Sexuality with Celeste and Danielle and how to listen to the stories our bodies tell us everyday with Tia. BIO’s Tia … Continued
Julieta Kusnir talks with muralist Juana Alicia, one of the seven visionary creators of the iconic Maestrapeace mural project on San Francisco’s Women’s Building. The murals are 35 years old this year and a spectacular new book from Heyday Press commemorates both the original production and the restoration, along with profiles of the artists (Juana … Continued