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Feminismus überall_es: WINGS

WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company (located in Canada) that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world.
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Internet: www.wings.org/

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Montag, 10.09.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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The inclusion of life-threatening domestic and gang violence as reasons for seeking asylum abroad is being weakened and effectively deleted by the current US Attorney General. This documentary covers women who have fled Guatemala to try to access asylum in the USA. One succeeds, one does not. Voices in the program: Albertina Gutierrez, US Asylum Seeker, Mother of Two, from Guatemala; Denise Gilman, San Antonio-based Immigration Attorney; Alessandra, recently arrived from Guatemala to the US; Sister Consuelo, Backpack Volunteer with RAICES in San Antonio, Texas; Lynn Stephen, Oregon-based anthropologist and president-elect of the Latin American Studies Association; Lucia, asylum seeker from Guatemala who was rejected by the US

An interview with Sizani Ngubane, co-founder of the Rural Women's Movement based in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa, about the origins of rape culture in her region, its confusion with the traditional cultural practice of ukuthwala, and the delicate process of bringing communities to reject, prosecute and defend against all forms of rape and abduction.
Host(s): Sarah Newton, Frieda Werden
Featured Speakers/Guests: Sizani Ngubane is a lifelong activist. Since the end of apartheid, she has focused her attention on women's rights at local, national, and international levels. In 1998, she left her position as a Gender Specialist at the Association for Rural Development to concentrate on building the Rural Women's Movement, which does many kinds of projects

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Montag, 27.08.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Excerpts from a talk in Vancouver by Sarah Schulman, author of the book Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair.
Sarah Schulman is the author of a dozen novels, a playwright and nonfiction writer. She has had a long activist career, including being a founder of the Lesbian Avengers, an early member of ACT-UP, and an advisor to Jewish Voices for Peace. She is now a Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at College of Staten Island (CSI) and a Fellow at the New York Institute for the Humanities.
The United Nations World Conference on Population and Development, 1994, was a battleground between feminists and the Vatican. Maria Suarez Toro was there as both activist and broadcaster from Latin America. She tells how she and others from Latin America organized around the document that emerged.

Mara Surez Toro was a founding producer of the Costa Rica-based Feminist International Radio Endeavour (FIRE)/Radio Feminista Internacional. For many years she did live broadcasting on shortwave and then on the internet. She also taught communications at universities in the US and Sweden, and provided grassroots adult literacy training across Latin America. Her published works include Womens Voices on FIRE, chronicling the program's first eight years.

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Montag, 13.08.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company (located in Canada) that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world.
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Montag, 18.06.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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- Lively and informative recording of a rally outside Connecticut's only women's prison in May 2018. Groups around the country have been holding Christmas bail-outs and Mothers Day Bail-Outs to free incarcerated women. most of whom are mothers, from pre-trial detention. The Connecticut Bail Fund raised ,000 to bail out 30 women in time to be home for Mothers Day 2018. That included four women released from immigration jail.

- From the podcast series Gender at Work, feminists with experience in United Nations and aid organizations explain how policies to stop discrimination and abuse of privilege fail, and what might discourage the culture of impunity.
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Montag, 21.05.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company (located in Canada) that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world.
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Montag, 23.04.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Terry Blackhawk, www.terrymblackhawk.com founded Detroit's InsideOut Literary Arts Project (www.insideoutdetroit.org) in 1995 and retired in 2015. She is the author of Escape Artist, winner of the 2002 John Ciardi Prize from BkMk Press, The Light Between (Wayne State University Press, 2012) and five other books of poetry. In 2015, with Peter Markus, she co-edited To Light a Fire: Twenty Years with the InsideOut Literary Arts Project, a collection of essays by the program's poets-in-residence. She was twice named Michigan Creative Writing Teacher of the Year and received the Michigan Governors' Award for Arts Education as well as grants from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment from the Humanities. Blackhawk received the 2010 Pablo Neruda Poetry Prize from Nimrod International and is a 2013 Kresge Arts in Detroit Literary Fellow. Her poems have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies and on line at Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, Solstice, ONE and she has essays in An Emily Dickinson Encyclopedia, anthologies from Teachers & Writers Collaborative, and on line at the Collagist. Her most recent book is The Whisk & Whir of Wings, a chapbook of collected poems about birds. She is a past board member of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs and blogs for the Detroit Huffington Post.
Since 1982, feminists in Oslo have had a regular piece of the airwaves. They consider theirs to be the first women's radio station. They go the extra mile to get mostly female-oriented content in news, interviews, and music. This hip community station is constantly renewed by being passed on to younger women through training and mentorship. Interviews from 2000 and Norwegian women's music from 1999 feature in this gem from the WINGS archive.
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Montag, 26.03.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Leymah Gbowee, Feminist Peacemaker
Shortly before she was announced as a Nobel Peace Laureate, Leymah Gbowee was on a book tour in the US. She gave Janie Rezner of Women's Voices a passionate and wide-ranging interview about herself, her culture, the successful Liberian women's peace movement, and why women must take our share of responsibility for politics and peacemaking. References UNSCR 1325 Leymah Gbowee [pronounced LAY-mah, BEAU-wee] is a trained trauma abuse counsellor, a domestic abuse survivor, and a hereditary matriarch. She led Women of Liberia Mass Action for Peace, which forced the negotiations that ended the Second Liberian Civil War in 2003. Their actions are featured in the film Pray the Devil Back to Hell. Gbowee authored the book Mighty Be Our Powers. She continues to work with women to make peace

UNSCR 1325
Adopted unanimously by the UN Security Council on 31 October 2000, 1325 calls for women's participation in conflict resolution, peacekeeping, and peacebuilding. The now-closed Women's Tribune Center, which specialized in disseminating information from the UN in forms usable at the grassroots, commissioned radio announcements and dramas on the topic. Included in this 2007 WINGS production are dramas from Uganda, the Philippines, and Liberia. Also two interviews - see Guests.
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Montag, 26.02.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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For Black History Month, WINGS reprises Kate Raphael's 2016 interview with Robin Williams, Civil Rights Director for the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union. Williams discusses the revitalization of the labor movement under the influence of the Fight for and Black Lives Matter. She recounts trials and triumphs from her and others' organizing work. Detailed bios of Robin Williams here http://www.ufcw.org/2016/02/23/black-history-month-spotlight-an-interview-with-robin-williams-ufcw-international-vice-president/ and here: http://www.naacp.org/naacp-board-of-directors/robin-williams/ Williams was one of the 27 Black women labour leaders profiled in the 2016 book "And Still I Rise: Black Women Labor Leaders' Voices/ Power/ Promise," published by the Institute for Policy Studies, which examines the effectiveness of Black women's contributions to the US labor movement ."
On January 26, 2018, an official Australian holiday, some 60,000 people marched in Melbourne protesting the celebration of a day that began the genocidal assaults on the aboriginal people of the continent, who are still suffering racist official policies today. The march was organized by young black women. Featured Speakers/Guests: Aunty Jenny Munro, elder activist and founder of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy; Meriki Kalinya, a Gunnai-Gunditjmara woman and one of the convenors of the Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance, a grassroots activist group that organized the march; Dtarneen Onus-Williams, a professional community organizer and the chair of the rally; Ruby, "the smartest woman you'll ever meet," who reads her "Letter to White People"; and 17-year-old Aretha Brown, the first female elected Prime Minister of the National Indigenous Youth Parliament.
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Montag, 12.02.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company (located in Canada) that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world.
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Montag, 29.01.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company (located in Canada) that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world.
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Montag, 15.01.2018 - 09:00 - 10:00

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With mental health care increasingly mechanized, and families being responsible yet left out, Lisbeth Riis Cooper realized there had to be another way to help the mentally ill, and set about to create it. She runs both a live-in care facility and an international network for family support.
A Greek Parliamentarian tells international women journalists of the ravages of austerity on her country; a resident of the Greek island of Kos describes the generosity of islanders towards the many thousands of refugees that appear on their shores without food, water, shoes, or legal status after fleeing Syria and other countries.
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Montag, 20.11.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Former US Congresswoman Bella Abzug, founder of the Women's Environment and Development Organization, convened the World Women's Congress for a Healthy Planet to bring women's united voices to the UN's Rio Earth Summit in 1992 and to demand women have an equal role in decision-making on the environment. WEDO is still active in 2017, working on the agenda hammered out in a large international consultative process in Miami.
Batgirl and Wonder Woman have changed over time, but psychoanalyst Hilda Fernandez and interviewer Frieda Werden cling to favourite earlier versions that formed their identities. They discuss how superheroines and heroes shape the world.
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Montag, 23.10.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Even with the price of crude oil low, there are still companies investing in and working the vast bitumen mines in Alberta, and building pipelines to refining and shipping points. The local devastation is massive and the effects on local and global environment worse. Activists from Canada and Texas speak. Heard in the program: Osprey Orielle Lake, President of the Women's Earth and Climate Caucus; Crystal Lameman, a Beaver Lake Cree from Alberta working with Sierra Club and Indigenous Environmental Network Alberta; Melina Laboucan-Massimo, a Lubicon Cree environmentalist from Northern Alberta, working with Greenpeace and the Indigenous Environmental Network; Julia Trigg Crawford, Manager of her family's farm in northeast Texas, in court against TransCanada's condemnation of their land; Eleanor Fairchild, 78-year-old farmer from eastern Texas working to defend her land against the Keystone XL pipeline; Winona LaDuke, Anishinaabe indigenous rights activist and environmentalist, and Executive Director of Honor the Earth.

A loud but peaceful demonstration demanding Justice for Martha, the slain 32-year-old mother of one whose murder by a client is unsolved, also provides an occasion for discussing the general abuse of rights of women who support themselves and their families by selling sexual services. The murder took place in a popular nightclub patronized largely by white tourists. The disrespect and abuses are all around, however. Host: Diana Wanyonyi Featured Speakers/Guests: Chanting and screaming demonstrators; Josephine Ajiambo, an officer from Sex Workers Alliance; Mary Kiambi, an officer from International Centre for Reproductive Health in Mombasa; an unnamed sex worker who has been in the industry for more than 15 years; Esther Nelima, an officer from Coast Smart Women Against HIV/ AIDS and Violence; Francis Auma, an officer from Haki Africa, a human right organization based in Mombasa that receives complaints of rights abuses against sex workers daily; Jackline Polo-Kawere is Senior Legal Counsel in Mombasa for FIDA Kenya - a branch of the International Federation of Women Lawyers.
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Montag, 02.10.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company (located in Canada) that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world.

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Montag, 11.09.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Why "Butch Is Not a Dirty Word"; Indias High Court privacy rights ruling signals sodomy law repeal, Finland retains its infertility rule for legal gender change, trans U.S. troops enlist in lawsuits to fight Trumps service ban, Australias plebiscite on love predictably descends into hate, Ugandan activists defiantly celebrate Pride underground, and more LGBTQ news from around the world!

August 31, 2017, two men were convicted for destroying evidence at the scene of former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's assassination in 2007. She had been the first women to lead a Muslim-majority country, and was campaigning to return for a 3rd term. WINGS looks back at how she entered politics and what she did and did not achieve for women.
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Montag, 28.08.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Audio documentary about the successful fight for a Constitutional Amendment enshrining US women's right to vote and the still-pending struggle for an Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution. Includes stories about Alice Paul (January 11, 1885 - July 9, 1977), whose work for women bridged both causes. Host(s): Nahanni Rous Featured Speakers/Guests: Jennifer Krafchik, Deputy Director of the museum in the Belmont-Paul Womens Equality National Monument in Washington, DC; Nevada State Senator Pat Spearman. (In March 2017, Nevada voted to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment-- 95 years after it was first introduced to Congress); Nevada State Senator Joe Hardy(ERA opponent); vox pops from the National Mall in Washington DC; Bettina Hager, Director of the Equal Rights Amendment Coalition; Eleanor Smeal, President of the Feminist Majority Foundation and former President of the US National Organization for Women (NOW); Phyllis Schlafly, ERA opponent and founder of Eagle Forum; late US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia; current Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

In 1987, the Raging Granny movement was born in Victoria BC. Thirty years later in 2017, they were honoured with an exhibit at the Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. Two of the earliest members and many other Raging Grannies from newer groups describe their activism and sing their political songs in this documentary
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Montag, 19.06.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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We use our words as weapons, says longtime therapist and author Sharon Ellison, "most of us communicate from a place where we feel defensive and like victims most of the time." Communicating without attacking or defending is harder than you might think, but sometimes a single neutral, gentle, curious question can shift years of negative interactions. A lot of them could change the world.

Believing recruiters' lies, "Karine," "Susan" and "Cynthia" flew to Kuwait for well-paying jobs, only to find themselves as housemaids forced to work 18 hours a day, locked in with no means of communication, beaten, hungry, sexually advanced on, robbed of their possessions, and sleeping on the floor. They tell how they got there and how they escaped.


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Montag, 22.05.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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The prescient close of La Duke's Maria Savio Free Speech lecture titled "Indigenous Vision for the New Millennium." For part 1 and more information, use this link: http://audioport.org/index.php?op=program-info&program_id=117641
Six years ago, the 50-year-old Sydney Rape Crisis Centre was given a government mandate to have its counselors answer national calls at 1800RESPECT, but no increase in funds to handle the tripling work load. Recently the government announced a vast increase in funds but gave it all to a for-profit insurance company to run a triage service using answerers working from home. Complaints, unionization, and a campaign called No Profit from Rape have ensued. Program has two speeches by Simone White,- one about the government's neoliberal approach to social services generally, and one, on International Women's Day, about the specific case of 1800RESPECT.
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Montag, 24.04.2017 - 09:00 - 10:00

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WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an all-woman independent radio production company (located in Canada) that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world.
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Montag, 10.04.2017 - 14:00 - 15:00

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Third and final episode of the series Women, The Oppressed Majority, discusses prehistoric matriarchies and contemporary matrilineal societies where economic basis is satisfying needs; women's role in socialist revolutions; visions for life without patriarchy from perspectives of a trans woman, a dominatrix, and a Wiccan; and an idea of how to get beyond patriarchy with worldwide women's activism. Madelaine Imber and Tandiwe Aebi-Moyo, participants in edition 2 of the new Australian magazine Butch Is Not a Dirty Word, talk about their lives as butches in various communities and about being in the new magazine created by Melbourne-based Butch activist, Esther Godoy. They are interviewed by Jiselle Hanna on her program Accent of Women, which airs weekly on community radio 3CR in Melbourne.
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