we speak with Dr. Joia Crear-Perry about Maternal Health risk for Black women. And later Poor News Network explores America’s War on the Poor. Dr. Joia Crear-Perry istheFounder and president of theNational Birth Equity Collaborative, and the author of “Race Isnt a Risk Factor in Maternal Health. Racism Is.” Dr. Crear-Perry currently serves on the … Continued
Oakland Museum of California
29 difficult women are celebrated in a new book by Karen Karbo, who joins us to talk about it. PLUS: Oakland Museum of California with a huge multi-media exhibit on hip-hop. With host Kris Welch.
The day after the new US President is sworn in, Bobby Seale, the co-founder of the Black Panther Party, shares his stories, his reflections, and his strategies of the politics of the revolution with Oakland poet, educator, playwright, and screenwriter Chinaka Hodge. We hear from these two speakers whose experience includes a range of cultural … Continued
SXSW and Gamergate The harassment of women in gaming communities made headlines after a network of gamers called Gamergate threatened to rape and kill game developers that they identified as feminists. Last week, the festival and tech conference South by Southwest cancelled two panels – one on online harassment in gaming, and another featuring people … Continued