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Kate Raphael speaks with writer, Matthilda Bernstein Sycamore, about the new anthology, Why Are Faggots so Afraid of Faggots? Then Preeti Mangala Shekar speaks to Jeff Bucholtz about his documentary film, A Way from Violence.
We mark the 39th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade with reproductive justice activists Ana Rodriguez of Access Women’s Health Justice and Belle Taylor-McGhee of Trust Black Women, and we hear a panel on Fifty Years of the Pill in Australia – an Incomplete Revolution, tracing the history and impact of the contraceptive pill. We also … Continued
Women’s Magazine acknowledges and honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and what would have been his 83rd birthday, by honoring people who continue to work peace and justice. Lisa Dettmer and Preeti Mangala Shekar reflect on lessons learned from Yvette Hochburg’s death. They also speak with Yvette’s niece, Lara Withrob, about the care and … Continued
Today we welcome 2012 by taking a look at some the issues we covered in 2011, and highlighting our favorite shows of the year. You will hear from Kate Raphael, Preeti Mangala Shekar, Lisa Dettmer and Eryn Mathewson – critiquing the gay marriage movement; reviewing the film, The Help; analyzing issues for girls in the … Continued
How has the US occupation of Iraq affected women and what was the status of women’s rights in the country before the occupation? Listen to some special highlights from our past coverage on Iraq to remember and realize the devastating impact of the eight year Occupation. Listen to the voices and perspectives of feminist scholar … Continued
Kate Raphael talks with textile artist and Howard University Prof. Karen Hampton about her work and the show Invisible Lineage at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. Then we hear a talk by Sujatha Jesudason, Executive Director of Generations Ahead, on sex selection, genetic technology and the meaning of reproductive choice. And we … Continued