Thursday, September 15, 2011

September 12th: Feminism After 9-11: Women Reflect on Ten Years of War
Are we in a "state of perpetual war?" How do we get the anti-war energy back and make ourselves heard? Kate Raphael talks with Rose Aguilar, host of Your Call on KALW and author of Red Highways: A Liberal's Journey Through the Heartland, and with Zeina Zaatari, regional director for Middle East and North Africa at Global Fund for Women. We discuss the legacy of 9-11 for women both here and in the areas targeted by the U.S. war on terror. 44:20 min.

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Succumbing to enormous pressure from the Jewish Federation and the Jewish Community Relations Council of the East bay, the Museum of Children's Art (MOCHA) in Oakland cancelled an exhibit of Palestinian children's art called "A Child’s View From Gaza." MOCHA and the Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA) had been working together for several months to bring this exhibit to the Bay Area community. Tell MOCHA to show "A Child's View From Gaza." Call 510-465-8770, email at, or go to

We also preview the dramas "Unveiled," now playing at Brava, and "Janaki: Daughter of the Dirt" opening September 16 at Mission Cultural Center. Click here to link to WINGS and listen to this segment. 30 min.

Go to KPFA: Women's Magazine to hear the Dixie Chicks, Buffy Sainte-Marie and listen to the entire show. 59:50 min.

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