This episode of Lesbian Radio Spectacular with a Cast of Millions, hosted by Judy Pasternak is about lesbian parenthood. Program opens with "Thoughts for Penny" by Alix Dobkin. Pasternak announces upcoming lesbian community events until 12:00, then plays "The Debutante Ball" by Willie Tyson.
Production reel for the July 2, 1980 episode of the Velvet Sledgehammer. Contains excerpts from the Women for Racial and Economic Equality (WREE) Seminar on Racism- a conference on racial discrimination (1980). First speaker (unnamed) introduces the seminar. Second speaker (unnamed). The second speaker (unnamed, possibly South African), asking for world to enforce U.N.
Susan Brownmiller, author of Against Our Will: Men, Women and Rape, and Diana Russell, author of The Politics of Rape: The Victim's Perspective, are interviewed by Martha Shelley, member of the Feminist Press Collective, author of Crossing the DMV, and long-standing member of the Inez Garcia Defense Group.
A Women's Magazine of the Air, produced by the WBAI Women's Department, featuring: Part one: Hot Flashes, women's news from the Majority Report; Part three: Kate Millett interviewed by Judy Pasternak and Viv Sutherland (recording breaks in mid-interview) about her new book "Sita" (1976, Virago); Part two is missing: "Woman's Place," a story by Irene Yarro
This is Helene Rosenbluth's first episode of the series "Lesbian Sisters" on KPFK. The program opens with "Face the Music" by Meg Christian, then author Rita Mae Brown speaking at the Women's Building about art and politics.
The Velvet Sledgehammer, March 5, 1978, hosted by Rose Jordan. Begins with a song Cassie Culver, then Judy Pasternak presents the Women's community bulletin board for the week of March 5, International Women's Day week.
Today's program is an interview with art critic Eleanor Munro about her book "Originals: American Women Artists," hosted and produced by Ann Stubbs.
Today's program features a talk by Dr. Leith Patricia Mullings, professor of anthropology at Columbia University. Her talk discusses the relevance of biological gender to societally assigned sex roles, presented at the 1979 "Genes and Gender" conference. Produced by Eileen Zalisk.
Everywomanspace: Women's legal clinic. Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace. February 3, 1980 with attorney Judy Levin, law student Paula Smith, and WBAI's Judy Pasternak, discussing forced sterilization of women who work in hazardous workplaces including the Dupont plant. Needs editing before broadcast.
Richard Lamparski elicits stories from African American jazz and classical pianist and singer Hazel Scott (1920-1981), about Orson Wells, Josephine Baker, Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, and Harry Cohn.
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