Womens Magazine – September 23, 2019

Womens Magazine

This hour long radio program presents and discusses women’s lives and issues globally and locally from a radical, multiracial, feminist, mujerist, womanist perspective.

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September 9, 2019 – Story, Art, Action! Muralismo, Youth Climate Warriors, and the Life of a Web Series

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


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September 2, 2019 – Brooke Warner on Writing with Courage; Athar Zia and Maneja Jehan on Women’s Resistance in Kashmir

Courage takes many forms. For some it’s telling our truths and denying those who tell us to shut up. For others, it’s organizing to resist the densest military occupation in the world.   This Labor Day, September 2, on KPFA Women’s Magazine, Preeti Shekar and Tara Dorabji speak with scholar Athar Zia, author of the … Continued


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Health Justice Commons

This Monday from 1-2pm on KPFA Radio’s Women’s Magazine we talk to Mordecai Ettinger, founding director of the Health Justice Commons. The Health Justice Commons works at the intersection of raciai, economic, gender, disabilty and environmental justice to help marginalized communities to re-imagine and re-design health care and healing.   Health Justice provide training and … Continued


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August 12, 2019: Groundbreaking Writers Toni Morrison and Sara Paretsky

We remember the great Toni Morrison through archival interviews with her, clips from the film, Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (still showing in Albany and Marin), and reflections by writers Aya de Leon, Carolina de Robertis and Nayomi Munaweera, as well as a discussion between Women’s Magazine’s Jovelyn Richards and filmmaker Timothy Greenfield Sanders. Then … Continued