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Local group Natural Selection in studio! We also discuss the intersection of women's rights and religion with Robyn and Vern of Natural Selection. Join us as they perform some of theirDylan-esque music, including the theme song for our podcast: The Obvious Truth.
We also shine a spotlight on Malala Yousafzai.
This episode was pre-recorded.
Tonight's discussion at 7:30 P.M. will consist of:
1. How do you think we can improve women's rights around the world.
2. How are the roles of women now different from the past.
3. Why should women be treated any different than men? Why should they not be treated like men?
4. As a women do you feel you have less rights?
5. Do you feel that in america today women's rights are considered more or less important than the average American. by the average politician, by the average woman?
6. Do you consider political activism in support of maintaining/increasing women's rights a high priority. medium priority or low priority?
7. Have your rights as a woman been violated specifically because you are a woman, of so you can elaborate on it?
8. Which of the following do you consider the rights or a woman:
You can tune in on your smart phone on your TuneIn app by searching for WMAD or download the app. You can also log on towww.thesmokingglasshour.com and listen as well. Tonight is an exciting moment towards PROGRESS...
Tonight we have with us Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, the Founding Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation from Fayetteville, NY discussing Sisters in Spirit: The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Influence on Woman's Rights. Sally is a nationally recognized lecturer, author and performance interpreter of woman's rights history. She will enlighten us tonight on the traditional Iroquois women and their authority since long before Christopher Columbus came to the Americas. Role models indeed, these Iroquois women had absolute rightss to their own bodies, were economically independent, were responsible for planning their tribe's spiritual ceremonies, had the final say in matters of war and peace and had rights to choose all political representatives. We'll learn the inspiration for these women's rights of so long ago....and more. Don't miss this!
This is a Special Edition of The Authentic Woman. Shannon Fisher will conduct a live interview with two very notable women's rights leaders - Terry O'Neill, President of the National Association for Women (NOW), and Karen Teegarden, President of UniteWomen.org. During this broadcast, we will discuss the economic, political and societal issues facing women in America today. Tune in for a deeper understanding of all of the issues that "women's rights" encompasses! You will walk away better informed after having listened to these national leaders discuss The State of Women's Rights in America!
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their personal inspiration and passions. Find Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter - The Authentic Woman.
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Five women approach Moses and ask him to give them land, since their deceased father had no sons. The Lord honored the women's claim to have property. In fact, they got the land that would have been given to their father. God was way ahead of social times in doing this. Many laws in early America denied women basic rights to property; and women didn't get the vote until 1920!
God is not a feminist, but He did demonstrate equal respect for men and women. When Jesus walked the earth, his disciples were sometimes shocked at the way He treaed women, elevating their status as human beings.
This week, Host Shannon Fisher will examine the groundbreaking art exhibit, "Women's Rights: An Artist's Perspective," with Karen Teegarden (President & CEO) and Karen Gutfreund (Curator, National Director of Exhibitions) of UniteWomen.org. You can view some of the pieces featured as part of this nationally juried show and gallery exhibit here.
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This newest addition to the Black Whole Radio family of shows is hosted by Nazeerah Hanifah Parker and focuses on educating and empowering our younger people, specifically our young women. Join her as she openly discusses many of the issues that the youth face today like racism, sexism, and classism. "Future Queens" is committed to helping our princesses become the women they will need to grown into in order to rule the kingdom they will soon inherit.
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Join Doctor-Attorney Mayer Eisenstein and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips as they discuss school exemptions; Ebola vaccine conspiracy theories, including an alleged CDC whistleblower's claim that Ebola vaccines will contain RFID chips to control citizens, and a Liberian scientist's claim that the US is Responsible for the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in connection with research in Sierra Leone that studied "viral fever bioterrorism"; a 1995 medical study that demonstrated lethal Ebola infection via an aerosolized Ebola virus; a caller's concerns about Catholic schools in Florida that are refusing to allow vaccine religious exemptions despite the law clearly requiring them to allow religious exemptions; problems with Catholic and Jewish Orthodox schools' refusal of parents' requests for vaccine religious exemptions in Chicago and around the U.S.; instances in which Constitutional rights are being eroded concerning vaccines; and more!
Research has shown that 140 million women and girls worldwide have been affected by Female genital mutilation (FGM) and of these, 66,000 were in the UK. It is estimated that up to 98,000 girls in the UK are at risk of being cut.
The World Health Organisation called for the elimination of FGM 30 years ago and the practice was made illegal in the UK in 1985 (with an update in 2003 that made it an offence to arrange to have it performed outside the UK on British Citizens), however there has not been one conviction.
Professor Hazel Barrett of Coventry University believes that this community-based approach is the best way to tackle the issue of FGM worldwide. Despite being a human rights abuse, the practice goes largely unreported amongst the diasporic communities in which it is practiced. Her unique approach to this issue includes working with practising communities to understand the barriers to preventing FGM and using the results of their research to try to change behaviours within communities.
Suparna Malhotra hosts The Gentle World Cafe Radio on the Voice of Leadership Radio Network.
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