Movie Moles, Joe Clement and Jan Haaken, talk about the new drama-documentary "The Iron Lady", which looks at the life and political career of Margaret Thatcher (played by Meryl Streep) through her own nostalgic memories. They talk about her status as a powerful women against the backdrop of the women's movement, about her conservative politics and the way the film at best avoids them and at worst normalizes them.
New Bread and Roses host, Del Criscenzo interviews Madleine See. Maddie is a community member who has chosen the un-easy career of social work. Born and raised in Idaho, Maddie moved to Portland 11 years ago to attend school. She received her bachelor in Social Work from the University of Portland and her Master’s degree of Social work from Portland State University. Maddie is a licensed clinical social worker or LCSW who has worked as a child therapist for the past 5 years providing intensive services.
Meet community member Madeleine See, LCSW and early childhood Therapist on Bread and Roses.
This Friday on your feminist Public Affairs show we sit down with community member Madeleine See. Maddie received her Master's of Social Work degree from PSU and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has worked as a child therapist for the last five years. She will share with Bread and Roses's host Del Criscenzo her choice of career and the challenges of social work. Maddie will also shade some light on children mental illnesses and share with the audience important information about community resources available to parents.
Today's show is on Bisexuality and Polyamory. Special guests include Sexperts and Poly folk
On today's show we delve into the topics of Bisexuality and Polyamory. Is bisexuality unique and different from homosexuality? Can polyamorous relationships actually work? What are the benefits of being polyamorous and/or bisexual? Find out al this and more with special guest sexperts Dr. Nancy Campbell Hanks and Dr. Elizabeth Allen, and members from out polyamorous community. Hosted by Kyle Zrenchik.