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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.
Labor Day special show focus on labor roots of second wave feminism; interview with Ghana’s sole female master drummer and on the third anniversary of Katrina, we turn the spotlight on exploitation of immigrant labor in post-Hurricane rebuilding of the Gulf Coast. Plus Jovelyn’s world and an obituary of lesbian activist of Del Martin.
A Time For HealingIn the first half hour of today’s Women’s Magazine, hear Las Comadres, an occasional radio-novela series. In this episode, the three comadres, MamaCoAtl, Maria Medina Serafin and Nina Serrano, in their organising efforts to transform the world at their regular meetings, examine through conversation, song, and spoken word, themes of violence as … Continued
A discussion on the impact of conflict and globalization on women, moderated by Moroccan American feminist activist Leila Hosseini. The panel features Taida Horozovich from CURE, a group of young feminist arts activists in Bosnia and Herzogovina; Patricia Guerrero of the League of Displaced Women in Colombia, and Leymah Gbowee, founder of the Women In … Continued
Ism’s: Racism, Sexism, Heterosexism and Looksism.Kate Raphael presents perspectives from the New Jersey 4 on their incredibly long sentences and successful appeals, while Veronica Faisant interviews editor/musician Sabrina Cahpadjiev and writer/fat activist Stephanie Howell about the book, Live Through This: On Creativity and Self-Destruction.
Today we will hear a radio documentary about child sexual prostitution in Oakland created by the women of the Technological Empowerment & Media Project of Oakland, or TEMPO, in partnership with the Women of Color Resource Center and the National Radio Project. And we will hear an interview by Scarlett Shepard, about the world of … Continued