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Naima Shalhoub, Oakland based singer and artist, shares her vocals and her journey as a musician with Eryn Mathewson. Then we rebroadcast a segment from the Women’s International News Service – about Argentina’s economic meltdown in 2001. Isabel Zanutigh, from the Housewives Trade Union and Inter-neighborhood Network of Women, offers analysis and solutions for the … Continued
Roke Noir, director of The Siren Theatre Project, speaks with Kate Raphael about her upcoming multimedia work “Playing with Fear,” which weaves together the personal stories of 30 Bay Area artists. And we look at the contributions of groundbreaking feminist director, writer and humorist Nora Ephron, through film clips, interviews and others’ words about her.
Eryn Mathewson has a conversation with Catherine Tactaquin from the National Network of Immigrant and Refugee Rights and Californians for Population Stabilization Spokesperson, Ric Oberlink, about their opposing analyses of the SCOTUS’ recent ruling on Arizona’s immigration law . Then several women – including Rose Aguilar from Your Call on KALW and Kavita Ramdas from … Continued
Tara Dorabji sits down with faculty of the Voices of Our Nations writing workshop, the only multigenre workshop for writers of color in the U.S. Kate Raphael talks with the authors of Queer Injustice: Criminalization of LGBT People in the United States. And we get a wrap up on pride events including the annual Dyke … Continued
Kate Raphael speaks with Sarah Schulman, coproducer of the film United in Anger, which shows tomorrow, June 19, at 11 a.m. at the Castro Theater as part of the LGBT Film Festival. Kate also interviews Cyd Nova, one of the activists who is reconvening ACT UP in San Francisco. Then, Eryn Mathewson talks with veteran … Continued
Kate Raphael talks with gay activist and historian Joey Cain about the radical roots of the modern gay liberation movement and its founder, Harry Hay. And we also hear an interview with Michelle Reed, who turned getting laid off into an opportunity to follow her dream by opening a plant store in San Francisco’s Mission … Continued
Today Eugenie Mukeshimana talks about how women are reconstructing themselves and their communities in post genocide Rwanda. Then Dave Zirin and Elizabeth Terzakis speak on discrimination and stereotypes in the world of women athletics.
On Memorial Day, we look at the intimate connections between militarism and masculinity in our culture. Kate Raphael talks with author Kathleen Barry about her book Unmaking War, Remaking Men, and with filmmaker Jacqueline Olive about her film in progress, Always in Season, exploring the legacy of lynching and the movement for restorative justice. After … Continued
Susan Youssef speaks to Kate Raphael about her new film “Habibi,” – which retells one of the world’s oldest love stories and simultaneously challenges the stereotype of the oppressed Arab woman. **We are giving away 2 tickets to the May 10 film screening of Habibi – so call in to win! When you hear the … Continued