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Kate Raphael speaks with writer and organizer Courtney Desiree Morris about confronting sexism, misogyny and gender violence in progressive social movements, and with Brazilian feminist Professor Cecilia Sardenberg about Dilma Roussef, Brazil’s first woman president.
This Monday on Women’s Magazine, we look back at stories related to women and gender issues which were underreported in both the mainstream and progressive media in 2010. On Project Censored’s Top 25 list for 2010, not one story has to do with women and gender issues. But that doesn’t mean there was so … Continued
An exciting round table on women and work; Mama Juggs: 3 Generations of Healing Negative Body Image; and commentary on Wikileaks and bad sexual politics in progressive movements. After broadcast check out our blog http://kpfawomensmag.blogspot.com/
Today we are rebroadcasting Kate Raphael’s interview with author, Angela Bonavoglia, about her book – Good Catholic Girls: How Women are Leading the Fight to Change the Church. Then Nina Serrano interviews singer, Meklit Hadero. We end with updates from the Women’s Community Calendar.
Kate Raphael speaks with Vicki Abeles, producer of the film Race to Nowhere, about challenging the achievement culture in education; and Simin Yahaghi interviews Torange Yeghiazarian on theater in Iran. After broadcast the segments will be available at http://kpfawomensmag.blogspot.com
Preeti Mangala Shekar talks with Radhika Balakrishnan, director of the Center for Women’s Global Leadership, about the 16 Days of Action Against Gender Violence and this year’s focus on militarism. Plus Andie Smith, cofounder of INCITE Women of Color Against Violence, on how heteropatriarchy keeps white supremacy and colonialism in place; and a conversation with … Continued
Another View of the Crisis at KPFA and Pacifica. Kate Raphael and Preeti Shekar are joined by Pacifica Executive Director Arlene Engelhardt, lawyer and former board member Carol Spooner and former staff member Maria Gelardin to discuss Pacifica’s history of conflict, the tensions between paid and unpaid staff and how to best serve our communities. … Continued
Kate Raphael and Preeti Shekar are joined by Pacifica Executive Director Arlene Engelhardt, lawyer and former board member Carol Spooner and former staff member Maria Gelardin to discuss Pacifica’s history of conflict, the tensions between paid and unpaid staff and how to best serve our communities. And Lisa Dettmer speaks with economist Stephanie Luce about … Continued
Today, we take a look at the Tea Party and Tamil Poetry. UC Berkeley professor, Ruth Rosen examines the role of women in the Tea Party. Then Lakshmi Sriraman and Aniruddhan Vasudevan discuss how they use dance and theater to express women’s Tamil Poetry. The Women’s Community Calendar informs us about upcoming feminist events.