International Women's Day on 03/08/13
Continuing KBOO's long standing tradition of special programming to honor International Women's Day, this year we have 35 hours lined up to inform, inspire and celebrate women. All programs during this special time are produced by women, with all women tech crews, too. There will be a mix of music programming, including a couple of blocks of live music on Friday, and information and news, too! It all starts Thursday evening at 7 pm, and runs through Saturday morning at 6 am. Pt. 2
Due to the length of the special programming time, we are rolling out the schedule in three parts, this is the middle section, covering 7 am - 7 pm, Friday, March 8th.
7 - 8 am - Democracy Now with Amy Goodman
8 - 9 am - Positively Revolting - Hosts Ani and Sara speak with Andrea Strong of StopPatriarchy.org, a movement to end pornography, patriarchy and the enslavement and degradation of women, and Rebecca Peatow Nickels, the Executive Director of Portland Women’s Crisis Line. Together, they will address violence against women on multiple levels. They will examine the issues of domestic violence and rape culture, how to identify patterns and reinforcements for patriarchy and what people can do to make positive change. This week’s episode will also cover resources for women who are caught in abusive situations.
As always, your questions and comments are welcome during the broadcast at 503-231-8187. You can also email us at positivelyrevolting at gmail dot com. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook (/Postively Revolting) and follow us on Twitter (@PositiveRevolt)!
9 am - Transgendered Women of Color - produced by Sasha Buchert
9:30 am - Women in the Military - produced by Sara Sneath
10 am - Aerial Sky Club - a venue for aeriel artistry and circus performance. Keller Henry interviews Queen Ruthie, founder
11 am - Digital Divide - Host Rabia Yeaman talks with both Christi Koehler and Vannessa Hurst, two women who devote their time (when not coding) to advocating for women in open source programming. We'll also hear about opportunities to learn and expand in the technical job market by networking and mentor programs they run.
Noon - 1 pm - Movin' On - Anne Weiss is Laurie Sonnenfeld's musical guest for this special edition.
1 - 2 pm - Women in Country - Retta Christie hosts
2 - 4 pm - Roots of Rock and Roll - Neisha D'souza hosts
4 - 5 pm - Treasures from the KBOO Archive: A speech by Angela Davis on Gender and Activism
This speech was recorded at Lewis and Clark College in March 2001. Angela Davis is an American political activist, scholar, and author. She emerged as a nationally prominent activist and radical in the 1960s, as a leader of the Communist Party USA. More recently, she has been active as a prison abolitionist with the organization "Critical Resistance"
5 - 6 pm - A special one-hour edition of the KBOO Evening News, produced by an all woman-identified crew.
6 - 7 pm - Bread and Roses - Del Criscenzo hosts
7 - 8 pm - Sex Ed Done Right - Hosts Jennifer Kemp and Sara Sneath discuss updated curriculum for high-school students, and positive sex education for adults in exploring sexuality in a healthy way.