Classism and relationships among women / Jane Wagner and Josy Catoggio

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Classism and relationships among women / Jane Wagner and Josy Catoggio
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Jane Wagner and Josy Catoggio give previews of their upcoming talks at the 4th Annual Women and Alternative Lifestyles Conference, sponsored by the Sexuality and Lesbianism Task Force of LA-NOW. which was held June 9-10, 1979 at the University of Southern California. Wagner's talk is titled "Lovers: Do We Choose or Are We Driven or Is It Luck?", and she discusses how the answer to the question is "all three" - she then elaborates on the roles that personal responsibility and luck both play in relationships. Catoggio's workshop, titled "Understanding Classism in Relationships Between Women," addresses how to understand one's class position and how middle- and upper-class women need to listen to working-class women's experiences. Music by Meg Christian, Alive. Cut for rebroadcast.

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June 3, 1979
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KPFK, June 3, 1979.
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1 reel (45 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, stereo.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1979
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