Marci Lockwood and Ginny Z. Berson host Majority Report, November 18, 1982. Segments: 1. News wrap-up -- 2. Highlights from anti-ERA activist Phyllis Schlafly and Mother Jones editor Deirdre English's debate on the role of women in San Francisco on November 17, 1982 -- 3. Julia Randall reports on the preparations for Olivia Records' 10th anniversary concert at Carnegie Hall, featuring Cris Williamson and Meg Christian; features interview with Betty Rowland, producer of the concert, and Ginny Z. Berson and Judy Dlugacz, co-founders of Olivia Records -- 4. Kitty Tucker, one of the attorneys in the case brought by Karen Silkwood's family against Kerr-McGee Corporation, speaks with Karen Sundheim about the legal issues and the status of Silkwood's case -- 5. Jean Robertson speaks with astrologer Judith Hill and psychic Tosha Silver on the significance of the alignment of the Sun, the Moon, Jupiter, Venus and Mercury under the sign of Scorpio. A final segment, on women firefighters in San Francisco, is introduced but not included on PRA's copy of this recording. Theme music by Laurie Spiegel.
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