Nina Serrano sits down with long-time radio producer Kris Welch, who came to KPFA in 1972 to learn to do radio and cover women's issues. They talk about Kris's fascinating youth traveling around Europe, Iran and Turkey, getting an abortion in England and how she ended up at KPFA.
Click here to listen now. 59:50 min
Also on today's show:
Murder in Honduras
Zika in El Salvador
Calendar of Events:
Film Night at the Omni - "Fundi: the Story of Ella Baker"
Tuesday, March 22
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Omni Commons, 4799 Shattuck, Disco Room, Oakland CA
Selma James speaking on Caregiving:
An Anti-Capitalist Perspective
Friday March 25, 7pm
Omni Commons, 4799 Shattuck, Oakland (at 48th St)
Donation $10, no one turned away
American Bookbinders Museum
All Month, Tue - Sat 10-4
355 Clementina, SF
“THE WOMAN BOOKBINDER” through March 2016
WomanBookbinderAs part of Women’s History Month, the American Bookbinders Museum presents an exhibition featuring books and ephemera from the Museum’s collections, curated by Elspeth Olson, librarian and archivist at the ABM. The exhibition offers looks at women in the binding trade, women and the rise of the bindery unions, and women in artisanal binding.