Melissa A Rosati

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31 VOICES MARCH is radio programming dedicated to women who are remaking the world through writing and the arts. The show is a forum for discussion; a platform for connection; and symbol of unity. Inspired by Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl Wudunn, Melissa A. Rosati, founder and host, interviews guests who are passionate in their belief that writing and the arts transform oppression into knowledge, freedom, and a sustainable world. The show takes its name in honor of Women’s History month. Listeners are encouraged to call the show with questions and comments at 626-414-3577. After the show broadcast, the podcast is available on demand and through the iTunes store. 31 Voices March is a radio broadcast operated by Melissa’s Coaching Studio, LLC. Melissa A. Rosati, Owner. The show's theme music is by Carolyn Ota, Voice Artist and Sound Healer. Visit her website at www.carolynota.com

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Mingmei Yip was born in China, received her Ph.D. from the University of Paris, Sorbonne, and held faculty appointments at the Chinese University and Baptist University in Hong Kong. She's published five books in Chinese, written several... more

Arielle Eckstut is an agent-at-large at the Levine Greenberg Literary Agency, one of New York City's most respected and successful agencies. For 18 years, she has been helping hundreds of talented writers become published authors.... more

Hailed by The New York Times for her "magnificiently sweet tone," oboist Keve Wilson talks about women in the arts and how they are changing their communities and the world. Keve is the co-founder of Ladies First, which makes... more

Dr. Julia Byers is the Art Therapy Coordinator, Co-coordinator of the Advanced Certificate in Play Therapy, and Senior Advisor in the PhD Interdisciplinary Studies and Expressive Therapy programs. Julia has provided workshops and... more

Melanie Notkin is America's premier Savvy Auntie, empowering the nearly 50% of American women who are not moms to celebrate all they do for the children in their lives, while living their own lives to the fullest. She launched... more

In Part I of my interview with Diane Wolkstein (March 27, 2012), we talked about the classic story of Inanna and its meaning today. This podcast is Part II. Diane talks about her current project, The Monkey King, working and living in Taiwan,... more

Missy Mazzoli is the recipient of four ASCAP Young Composer Awards, a Fulbright Grant to the Netherlands, the Detroit Symphony's Elaine Lebenbom Award, and grants from the Jerome Foundation, American Music Center, and... more

Osprey Orielle Lake is the Founder/President of the Women's Earth and Climate Caucus where she is working nationally and internationally with grassroots leaders, policy-makers, business people, and scientists to promote resilient... more

This podcast is Part I of the interview and includes the story of Inana. Part II airs on 12 p.m. on March 31, 2012 and includes the story of the Monkey King. Diane Wolkstein is more than a storyteller. She is an interpreter of life. Since 1967,... more

One person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer approximately every four minutes. Today's show is devoted to the work of grassroots advocates who bring education, community outreach, and hope to patients, their families,... more
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