Women's magazine features the work of WINGS (Women's International News Gathering Service),interview with Rwandan political leader Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza and Irene Florez talks with KPFA apprentice Taishi and speeches from Global Women at the US Social Forum in Detroit.
Interview with Rwandan political leader Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza.
To listen to the interview click here and look for "audio interview link" on Colored Opinions website
Would you like to be on the radio? Do you feel your community's stories are not being heard? KPFA's apprenticeship program might be for you. Audio, 6:22.
KPFA's apprenticeship program is designed to increase the participation of women and people of color, and especially women of color, in community media. Find out how you can get involved and learn great skills in this interview with apprentice Taishi by Irene Florez.
The Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world. In our last segment, we'll hear excerpts from a panel called Global Women at the US Social Forum in Detroit in 2010. In this panel, U.S. women activists discuss the usefulness in their work of international conventions on women's and human rights, some of which have been ratified by this country and some of which have not. Audio, 28:49.
The Global Women panel at the U.S. Social Forum was taped by Lisa Rudman of the National Radio Project's Women's Desk and edited for the Women's International News Gathering Service by Frieda Werden.
To hear this segment click here and find the broadcast at the bottom of the page in the file information box.
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