Womens Magazine

Women’s Magazine – July 4, 2011

Kate Raphael talks with Lebanese-American cartoonist Jennifer Camper and Syrian American activist Alia Ghabra about the relevation that the popular Syrian American lesbian blogger Amina Arraf was really a white heterosexual man. Then, Kellia Ramares asks the question “Why must we pay to live on the planet we’re born on?” She talks with Genevieve Vaughan, … Continued


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Women’s Magazine – June 27, 2011

As Same-Sex Marriage protection is extended in more and more states and captivates the attention of the media and the LGBT community, radical Queers are asking, Why is gay marriage the primary issue of the Gay Community and what effect does the funding and emphasis on Same Sex Marriage have on other crucial life and … Continued


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Women’s Magazine – June 20, 2011

Today we honor Juneteenth and Pride Month by featuring panel discussions on the criminalization of African American girls and on how art and activism are tied to the Queer Women of Color Film Festival. We close with updates from the Women’s Community Calendar.


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Women’s Magazine – June 6, 2011

Malihe Razzazan talks to Zahra Noorbakhsh about her one woman comedy show, Maria M. Oppett and Renee Camilla tell us about KPFA’s First Voices Media Program, and we replay Kate Raphael’s interview about the alleged rape involving IMF head, Dominique Strauss-Kahn . Yvette Hochberg closes us out with the Women’s Community Calendar.


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Women’s Magazine – April 25, 2011

Veronica Faisant speaks with Asian American artist and curator, Cynthia Tom, about her upcoming exhibit, A Place of Her Own. Then Shuka Kalantari interviews Abjeez band members, Melody and Safoura Safavi. We close with updates from the Women’s Community Calendar. Stay Tuned!


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Womens Magazine – April 11, 2011

Kate Raphael  talks with the authors of a new book on criminalization of LGBT people in the United States, and you will  hear from filmmaker Maher Sabry about the role of LGBT people in the Tahrir Square uprising in Egypt.  Plus the Women’s Calendar. You can hear it online at www.kpfa.org/womensmagazine