This episode of the Lesbian Radio Spectacular with a Cast of Millions, hosted by Judy Pasternak, is on lesbian sexuality. The guests are Sharon, Shelley, and Melinda.
Perspectives on Criminal Justice for August 19, 1981, likely the first episode. Guest is Sister Mary Nerney, Executive Director of Project Green Hope, a residence for women who have been recently released from prison. Host is Tom O'Connor, and they discuss women in prison and prison reform.
Sociologist and peace activist Elsie Boulding (1920 - 2010) speaks at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science on January 6, 1981.
A reading by dancer, poet, teacher, and civil rights and women's rights activist Marilyn Norma Lowen (1944 - ).
Ursule Molinaro (1916 - 2000), Paris-born social-satirist, novelist, playwright, and artist reads "Eating Melons in Marseille," from her new collection of short stories "Night School For Saints." Later she is interviewed by host Tom Vitale.
The second half of the excerpted version of the benefit reading held for Ikon Magazine on October 16 1982 at New York University. The event was emceed by poet Patricia Spears Jones. Readers are Lois Elaine Griffith (one of the founding poets of the Nuryorican Poets Cafe), Hettie Jones (b.
The High Heeled Women Show starring Mary Fulham, Cassandra Danz, and Tracy Berg. Mick played by George Manoff. Join them as they have "Breakfast at Blimpies." Part one: High Heeled Women meet Leona Helmsley in the ladies room of Helmsley Palace. Part two: High Heeled Women do generic news. Spine label: High Heeled Women Show #1.
Nina Mende interviews Chinese-Hawaiian writer, lecturer and actor Li Ling-Ai (1908 - ?), author of the memoir "Life Is for a Long Time," as she gives a Chinese cooking lesson.
High Heeled Women present the "Not for High Heeled Women Only" talk show. In this episode, the high-heeled women discuss the rise of the British Empire. "Breakfast at Blimpies" with performers Mary Fulham, Arleen Sorkin, Cassandra Danz, and Tracy Berg. Broadcast on "Re-education Camp" for October 8, 1981.
Actualities from Barnard College's conference "Celebration of Black Womanhood" held February 4-5, 1978. Tapes in Pacifica's holdings were numbered #5 and #7, indicating that several are missing. These two parts are from a panel about Black women and careers in the health sciences. Part 5 is about applying to medical school.
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