On alternatives to traditional funerals and burials. Jessica Mitford interviews Dr. Charles Denning of the Neptune Society, a planned burial company.
Judy Grahn on menstruation, mixed with music by Elisabeth Waldo. Writer Judy Grahn reads her article "From Sacred Blood to the Curse and Beyond" published in the anthology "," edited by Charlene Spretnak (Harper and Row, 1982). Produced by Karla Tonella. Needs intro. Contains sensitive language.
A program discussing alcoholism in general and how it affects women, specifically. The panel also discusses the double standard for men and women, co-alcoholism, and games alcoholics play. Panel: Ann Noolen, Ann Worthington, Celinda Cantu, Bonnie Malcolm, and musician Meg Christian. Produced by Karla Tonella.
Iceland's president, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, discusses her life as a theater director and professor of French, her exciting election of 1980, and her view of her role as representative of her country.
Documentary on social realities which help create male sex offenders.|INCEST: THE CRIME OF ORDINARY MEN Produced by Santiago Casal & Rich Snowdon. A look at the crime of incest primarily through the eyes of the male offender, who is often himself a victim of child sexual assault.
This is a set of monologues performed by Southern writer/actor Kathy Kendall called "Characters," which was being sponsored by the Feminist Writers' Guild. They are based on taped conversation she had with real women telling how it has been for them: housewives, businesswomen, dykes, kids, warriors, and grandmothers. Produced by Karla Tonella, KPFA, 1982.
Women in Grenada describe their lives since the revolution in that country in 1979. In this program, we hear about the women's cooperatives, the National Women's Organization, education, health care, sexism, and the role of women in the country.
On August 9, 1981, musicians Linda Tillary (vocalist), June Millington of the rock band "Fanny" (guitarist and percussion), Mary Watkins (pianist), and some of their friends including Joy Julks (bassist), Arnold "Arnie" Baruch (tenor sax), Yolanda Nickell (alto sax), "Paul" (drums), Ray Obiedo (guitar) gave a great concert at the Great American Music Hall In San Fr
The 1979 revolution in Grenada brought new leadership to the country and many improvements in quality of life there.
AMNLAE is the Asociación de Mujeres Nicaragüenes Luisa Amanda Espinoza, also known as the Luisa Amanda Espinoza Association of Nicaraguan Women. Ivonne Siu, a member of AMNLAE's commission on international relations, worked with the Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional doing support work and communications, carrying messages and transporting soldiers and other Sandanists.
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