A documentary from a conference of African, Asian, Latin American, Soviet, and American women who discuss the similarities of their social positions: Native American woman's decline following Euramerican contact, the low status of women in the U.S. and USSR, the mass women's movement in India, and the crucial role of women in the South African and Latin American guerrilla wars. The participants are Tatyana Mamonova, feminist activist from the Soviet Union; Charlotte Bunch and Robin Morgan feminist activists from the United States; Madhu Kishwar, Manushi Women's Collective, India; Viola Ziyambe, Pan-Africanist Conference of Azania (South Africa); Maritza, a guerrilla fighter from El Salvador, and women of the Lakota Sioux nation. Produced by Peggy Irene Bray, Bonnie MacGregor, and Mara Keller, with production assistance by Paula Dart, Max Dashu, Hannah Wilson, Pam Hoelscher, and Gunvor Anderson-Johnson[sp?]. Music consultants: Kori Kody and Max Dashu. Engineered by Kathy Jacob, Marci Lockwood and Peggy Bray.
This recording has been digitally preserved as part of Pacifica's American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982 grant preservation project, and is available for research and reference . Please contact the archives via telephone: 818-506-1077 or email: americanwomen at pacificaradioarchives dot org for information on how to obtain a copy of this program. Thank you.