Judith Murray speaks with Barbara Nimri Aziz, British-educated anthropologist, about the reality of her years studying and living in Tibet. Aziz spent years studying the kinship patterns, economy, and religion of the region and is the author of Tibetan Frontier Families. This program was produced by Judith Murray.
Poetry reading: "Wild Women, Joan Little case". Notes: All women's audience, no intros, 1976. First reader unannounced, Alison Colbert? She reads two poems "Miss Rosy" by Lucille Clifton, and her own poem "How are the girls doing?" from her book of poetry "Let the Circle Be Unbroken." Second reader unannounced, Joan Gibbs?
Sally George reads four short stories: Dreaming; Hard Winter; Church Music; and Peter, Peter. Also includes an interview with Allen Wolovsky. George is a writer who has been published in Ms. Magazine and Christopher Street, among other publications, and is the recipient of a CAPS Grant. Produced by Allen Wolovsky.
Live show with commentary and music, around the theme of International Women's Day.
Barbara Holland reads selections from her book "Crises of Rejuvenation:" Crises of Rejuvenation -- The inevitable knife -- Not fungus, no, never that!
Sixteen minutes of a speech given by Janet Guthrie, professional race car driver, and first woman to race the Indianapolis 500 in 1977. She talks about her experiences with sexism and racing. Tape ends before her remarks do.
Eileen Zalisk interviews Karen Cosden[sp?] about women and sex hormones.
Interview with Mary Mendola, author of "The Mendola Report: A New Look At Gay Couples" [Crown, 1980] and Dr. Frances Clayton, lesbian psychologist and therapist, about Mendola's survey of gay couples and interviews with and about gay couples.
Banded reel of actuality from the Women's Pentagon Action on November 17, 1980, held in Washington, D.C, during which over two thousand women surrounded the Pentagon to protest the proliferation of nuclear weapons, the destruction of the Earth and the oppression of women.
Two speakers at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom conference, recorded May 27, 1981. Joanna [no last name given] on U.S. strategic policy and its impact on Europe; 24:00--Edith Ballantyne, General Secretary for the League Office in Geneva, Switzerland speaks about her European perspective on the U.S. armament policy.
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