Nawal El Saadawi, Egyptian feminist

An interview with Egyptian feminist Dr. Nawal El Saadawi, conducted by Ines Rieder at the United Nations Conference on Women, held in Copenhagen in July of 1980. Dr. Saadawi discusses the woman's body under colonialism and patriarchy and about women in the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Dr.

The Berkeley Women's Music Collective, June 10, 1976

The Berkeley Women's Music Collective perform in San Francisco, June 10, 1976, venue unknown. Songs performed (Reel 1): The Bloods; 2. The Fury (with Nancy Henderson on piano); 3. Mercy Me, I'm Lonely Tonight; 4. Take the Time. Songs performed (Reel 2): 1. Announcement by one of the band members; 2. The Commune Croon; 3. Rape; 4. Sea Woman; 5. I've Been Worried.

Pauline Bart interviewed by Paula Darte

Dr. Pauline Bart, feminist sociologist at Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine in Chicago, is interviewed by Paula Darte about her NIH-funded research on rape in November 1978. In her research, Bart interviewed 94 women who had either been raped or had avoided being raped to determine the best combination of variables that would lead to rape avoidance.

About Men / Phyllis Chesler

Phyllis Chesler (1940 - ), author and psychotherapist, is interviewed by Viv Sutherland of WBAI about her book "About Men" (1978). Chesler discusses men's reactions to her book, explains more about the structure of her book and provides a psychoanalytic account for male hatred of women. Produced for KPFA by Karla Tonella

Judy Grahn: Poetry and interview

Laura Knowles interviews poet, writer and author Judy Grahn (1940 - ). Grahn talks about her youth in Las Cruces, New Mexico, her impetus for writing The Common Woman Poems, and her recent interest in exploring women's history. The interview is interspersed with Grahn reading from her own books of poetry, such as She Who, The Common Woman Poems, and Edward the Dyke.

Meg Christian and Holly Near in concert (Part 5?)

Meg Christian and Holly Near in concert, venue unknown, November 6, 1976. Two songs are performed: 1. Sister Woman Sister - Holly vocal solo; 2. Sweet Darlin' Woman (Diane Lindsay) - Meg on guitar and backing vocal, Holly vocal. Much of this tape is stage banter. First few minutes of recording suffers from poor audio quality. Possibly Part 5 of a longer recording, per box notes.

The music of Witchazel

The music of Witchazel, a Portland, Oregon women's band. Members are: Robin Flower, Mary Wings, and Sharon Luckerman. All tracks on reel 2 appear to be from the same live performance (venue unknown). On Reel 1: 1. Medley: Little Maggie/Run Rabbit/The Cuckoo (studio version); 2. Whiskey After Breakfast (studio version); 3. Still Ain't Satisfied (studio version, 1975); 4.

Women's News: October 13, 1980

Women's News for KPFA, October 13, 1980. The anchors are Julia Randall and Helen Mickiewicz. Segments: 1. Abortion fund limits: State control of Medicaid; 2. Sterilization laws in California, mandatory consent; 3. San Francisco Women's Building struck by pipe bomb - features interviews with Women's Building staff members; 4.

Women's News: July 14, 1980

Women's News on KPFA with Helen Mickiewicz and Julia Randall, July 14, 1980. Contents: 1. News items concerning the GOP dropping the Equal Rights Amendment from its platform: includes actuality of NOW members protesting at the Republican Campaign Headquarters in San Francisco, reported by Trey Aarons [sp?]; 2.
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