Tuesday, November 30, 2010

November 29th: More on 16 Days of Action Against Gender Violence. Plus interview with Noomi Rapace.

Radhika Balakrishnan

Preeti Mangala Shekar talks with Radhika Balakrishnan, director of the Center for Women's Global Leadership, about the 16 Days of Action Against GenderViolence and this year's focus on militarism. 21:09

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Andie Smith, cofounder of INCITE Women of Color Against Violence, on how heteropatriarchy keeps white supremacy and colonialism in place. 8:46

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The previous segment was excerpted from NPR's Making Contact. To hear the entire program follow the links below:

On New Ground: Liberating Gender & Sexuality

It’s a well-worn path in human history. Non-traditional and marginalized communities attacked for their lifestyles and their individual choices… whether it’s based on sexual identity, gender or the quest for collective empowerment. So how do we challenge and overcome gender and sexual oppression? 28:59

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From WBAI New York Women's Collective:
Prairie Miller in conversation with Noomi Rapace, star of The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest.

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Listen to the entire show, including poetry by Aya de Leon and music by Buffy St. Marie.

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