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Feminist solutions to the male legacy / Petra Kelly ; introduced by Molly Yard.

Program Title:
Feminist solutions to the male legacy / Petra Kelly ; introduced by Molly Yard.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0604.01
Description: 

Talk by Petra Kelly, Green Party member of Germany's parliament. She talks about the increasing dominace of men in world politics; the disproportionate distribution of wealth; the feminization of poverty; the potential power of the oppressed female majority; the male legacy of nuclear waste, poisoned water, and Chernobyl; the basis for feminist politics; decentralized energy systems; dismantled industry; human rights; positive conditions for humans; nonviolence; reduced consumption; and non-cooperation with corrupt practices.|FEMINIST SOLUTIONS TO THE MALE LEGACY / Petra Kelly| introdced by Molly Yard. SERIES: National Organization of Women 1990 conference| no. 1 Talk by Petra Kelly, Green Party member to Germany's Parliament. She talks about the increasing dominance of men in world politics| the disproportionate distribution of wealth| the feminization of poverty| the potential power of the oppressed female majority| the male legacy of nuclear waste, poison water, and Chernobyl| the basis for feminist politics| decentralized energy systems, dismantled industry, human rights, positive conditions for humans, non-violence, reduced consumption, and non-cooperation with corrupt practices. RECORDED: 30 June 1990.

Date Recorded on: 
30 June 1990.
Date Broadcast on: 
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Item duration: 
1 reel (43 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|43:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1990.
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