Theme: Middle-Eastern womens voices. Today’s show features voices of several women from the Middle East including Malalai Joya, an Afghani woman in the U.S. speaking on the oppressive conditions in her country; an excerpt from the book Dancing in the No Fly Zone: A Womens Journey Through Iraq by Hadani Ditmars; Bonnie Bone on the … 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.
Theme: Global Womens Voices. Today’s show is devoted to International Womens Day. The show starts with the early history or International Womens Day tracing its roots from 1908 when 30,000 women marched to New York demanding the right to vote to the present and how International Womens Day will be observed on March 8th in … Continued
Theme: women and globalization, reproductive rights. An interview with Ninotchka Rosca about the effects of the WTOs free trade policies on women in the Asia Pacific region; the sounds of the pro-choice rally from the Bay Area Coalition for Reproductive Rights protesting the Second Annual Walk for Life, a group that brought their anti-abortion message … Continued
Theme: women on death row. A look at the life of civil rights activist Ella Baker in complimentary tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day; the lives of women on death row; a commentary by Elizabeth Creely on the potential loss of our right to an abortion. In celebration of Martin Luther King Holiday, … Continued
A look back at the year 2005 on the status of women in the past year and what’s in store for women in the US and world wide in 2006.
Theme: reproductive rights, women of color. On today’s show, we will be speaking with Loretta Ross, national coordinator for Sister Song: Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective in Atlanta and co-author of the book Undivided Rights: Women of Color organize for Reproductive Justice. We will wrap up with an end of the year review of … Continued