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Women’s Magazine – January 7, 2008

This week on Women’s Magazine, we look at the legacy of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto with Pakistani journalist and documentary filmmaker Beena Sarwar.  And, we’ll hear about the rock and roll camp for girls, where girls are encouraged to make as much noise as possible.Monday, January 7, 1-2 p.m. at 94.1 FM KPFA or … Continued


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Women’s Magazine – December 24, 2007

Death and Dieting. Kate Raphael talks to Gina Kolata, sicence writer with the New York Times, about her new book, "Rethinking Thin: The New Science of Weight Loss and the Myths and Realities of Dieting."  Meri Simon interviews Dr. Michelle Peticolas about her four-part documentary series "Secrets of Life and Death." All that plus the … Continued


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Women’s Magazine – December 3, 2007

Preeti Mangala Shekar talks with Jimena Alvarado, who was part of the grassroots women’s movement against ratification of the Central American Free Trade Agreement in Costa Rica. Also, Safi wa Nairobi presents an interview with Lisa Natoli, an Australian nurse working to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS in women and children in the developing world. … Continued


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Women’s Magazine – November 19, 2007

Christina Aanestad speaks with Fariba Nawa, a Bay Area based Afghan American journalist and war correspondent about being a woman of color war corespondent, her work and her life’s experiences. Nawa’s report Afghanistan Inc. was one of Project Censored top 25 stories that should have made the headlines but didn’t. And Rivian Berlin, speaks with … Continued


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Women’s Magazine – November 12, 2007

Healing Our Rage, an interview with author and teacher Ruth King.  Anger can be a powerful emotion to help bring about change.  Or it can be a corrosive emotion that cripples us.  Ruth King, author of Healing Rage-Women Making Inner Peace Possible, talks with Simin Yahaghi and Crystal Weston about her work on transforming anger. … Continued


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Women’s Magazine – November 5, 2007

In-depth updates about some local art and performance events happening in the Bay Area. Abstract expressionist Mary Lovelace O’Neal’s ongoing art exhibition and a docu-drama Stardust and Empty Wagons on the Katrina survivors in San Francisco, who have now relocated to the Bay Area, and an urgent focus on the health risks posed by the … Continued