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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.
On today’s show, Safi Wa Nairobi discusses Cinco De Mayo and immigration issues with Latina activist Marisol Conde Hernandez. Later in the show Preeti Shekar talks to Sumayya Waheed from the Ella Baker Center about an important legislation that pushes for the rights of incacerated mothers in California and Lisa Dettmer pays a non-hallmark tribute … Continued
What happens when women’s organizations become professionalized? Do career organizers drive out volunteers or help them participate more fully? How does corporate or government funding limit the political positions they can take? Kate Raphael talks about the Nonprofit Industrial Complex with current and former leaders of San Francisco Women Against Rape. Plus, Sara Jaka explores … Continued
We talk to the organizer of the upcoming San Francisco Women’s Film festival and some of the women involved in the new documentary film about camera women around the world "Women Behind the Camera." And for poetry month we hear some poems from well known women poets like Audre Lorde and Nikki Giovanni and some … Continued