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[Program #1- 95. WILMA MANKI LLER AUTOBI OGRAPHY . was mailed l a s t we e k with o ut
a l ineup sheet . It is an inter v i ew by Jude McGe e with the principa l Chie f o f
the Cherokee na tion. about her r ecent book .]
*2-95 WOMEN'S MEDIA AT CAIRO POPULATION CONFERENCE Time: 28 :45
Via short wave. FIRE (Femini st Inte r na t i ona l Radio Endeavour) gives globa l
coverage to women at conferences around the worl d . Here, FIRE producer Mari a
Suarez tells Frieda Werden how activi s t media he l ped f emi ni s t s comba t the
Vatican at the United Nations Conference on Popu l ati on and Deve l opment .
Short wave s chedu l es for FIRE can be requested f r om Radio for Peace
Inte r na t i ona l , Box 88 . Sa nt a Ana. Cos ta Ri ca .
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funds . drawn on a US ba nk . pl eas e) to WINGS .
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*3-95 LESBIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA Time: 29:22
L sbians o~ various races and ethnic groups shared their issues with
non-lesbians during the First South A~rican Women's Health Con~erence in
Johannesburg December 1-4, 1994. Topics included invisibility, coming out,
suicides, sexually transmitted diseases, lesbian battering, stereotypes,
political organizing, the anti-discrimination clause in South A~rica's Interim
Constitution, age o~ consent, and AIDS. Tape courtesy o~ Maria Suarez o~
F.I.R.E. Production and narration by Lisa Hayes.
Addr 5S given: The Women's Health Project, P.O. Box 1038, Johannesburg
2000, South A~rica.
Cassettes ~rom WINGS are $9 US i~ drawn on a US bank. $14 (US) i~ drawn
on a non-US bank .
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#4-95 JANUARY/FEBRUARY WINGS NEWSCAST TIME: 27:51
1. THE SILICONE IMPLANT SETTLEMENT (5:54 ) . I n/ Outcues: "December 1st was
t he deadline ••• ~or WINGS, this i s Ginger Webb." Sour ce : Women on the Line.
Suggested intra: MANUFACTURERS HAVE PUT UP A HUGE SUM OF MONEY TO
COMPENSATE
WOMEN MADE SICK BY BREAST IMPLANTS - BUT IT'S NOT ENOUGH TO GO
AROUND TO ALL
THE IMPLANT VICTIMS AROUND THE WORLD. HERE'S MORE FROM WINGS: •••
2. COCAINE BUSTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA MOTHERS (5: 08 ) . I n/ Out : "In October
•••
For WINGS, this is Renee Michael in New York." Suggested intra: A SOUTH
CAROLINA HOSPITAL IS BEING SUED FOR ADVERTIS I NG A DRUG
TREATMENT PROGRAM FOR
PREGNANT WOMEN, THEN TURNING THEIR PATIENTS OVER TO POLICE.
RENEE MICHAEL
FILED THIS STORY FOR WINGS: •••
3. FAX ABOUT WOMEN IN CONGRESS (6 : 45 ) . In/Out: "The ~ i n a l undecided race
• •• For WINGS, ~rom Washington, this is Frieda Werden." On tape: Martha Burk,
Pr e s i de nt , Center ~or the Advancement o~ Public Pol icy, and publ isher Or
Wa s hi ngt on Feminist Faxnet. Suggested intra: THE WASHINGTON FEMINIST
FAXNET IS
MONITORING DEVELOPMENTS RELATING TO WOMEN IN THE CONGRESS.
FRIEDA WERDEN OF
WINGS INTERVIEWED THE FAXNET'S PUBLISHER: • ••
TO BE ON THE FAXNET, FAX YOUR FAX NUMBER TO : 202-265-6245.
4. NETWORK OF EAST-WEST WOMEN (5:21>. In/Out: "Recently, there was an
election in Bulgaria ••• Lisa Hayes, reporting -for WINGS." On t ape: Mariana
Katzarova. Suggested intro: WOMEN IN EASTERN EUROPE HAVE BEEN TAKING
LESSONS
FROM WESTERN WOMEN ABOUT HOW TO WORK FOR WOMEN'S ISSUES. LISA
HAYES REPORTS
FOR WINGS: •••
E-MAIL ADDRESS FOR NETWORK OF EAST-WEST WOMEN: [email protected] apc.org
N.E.W .W . CONFERENCE ON PEACENET: women. east-west
5. MANKILLER WON'T STAND FOR RE-ELECT ION (3:27). In/Out: "Ch ie~ Wilma
Mankiller, the principa l chier o ~ the Cherokee Nation • • • This is the Women's
Int e r nati ona l News Gatheri"ng Service. II Source: Jude McGee. Edito r: Shelly
Venderola. Suggested intra: WHEN SHE BECAME PRINCIPAL CHIEF OF THE
CHEROKEE
NATION, CHIEF WILMA MANKILLER REVIVED A PRE-COLUMBIAN TRADITION
OF WOMEN IN
LEADERSHIP . THIS YEAR, HER TERM WILL END. JUDE McGEE INTERVIEWED
MANI<ILLER FOR
WINGS: •••
* * * * ANNUAL DAVENPORT AWARD
FOR THE HOTTEST WOMEN 'S
KATHERINE DAVENPORT.
**
THE 2ND
THIS PRIZE
CO-FOUNDER
********
FOR WOMEN'S NEWS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN MARCH.
RADIO NEWS STORY OF THE YEAR HONORS WINGS
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#5-95 A PALESTINIAN EXILE: NUHAD JAMAL TIME: 28:28
Nuhad Jamal is a Palestinian born in exile who now lives in the United
States and works on i nter na t i o na l projects ~or development and social change .
Having been in Gaza at the moment o~ Ara~at's return, she discusses her
observations on the situ a t i o n and t he Arafat-Shamir agreement - which has
postponed considerat i o n of Palest i n i a n e x i l e s ' right of return, for at least 5
years. Interviewer: Fri e da Werden .
#6-95 PUNDITS IN EXILE TIME: 28:52
Our wor d "pundit ll comes from t he Sanskrit name of an ethnic group
renowned fo r l i t e r a c y and intellect. Pundits have lived since 1500 B.C. in the
V Ie o~ Kashmir, now a stronghhold of I s l am in the long t rritori 1 w r
between India and Pakistan. Nearly al l of the Pundits have fled.
WINGS correspondent Prabha Bhardwaj (herself from the Himalaya region ) ,
interviewed women in the camps around Jammu, and Dr. Shakti Bhan, Chair of
Daughters o~ Vitasta, a Delhi-based group that calls for a separate Pundit
region. Tape producer: Carol St 11.
#7 - 95 CAESAREAN AWARENESS NETWORK TIME: 28: 54
Paula Nast o f Houst on inte rv iews Sha ron Co b b l e r and Sal l y He ad +rom the
I nt ernat iona l Caesar ean Awa r e ness Net work about wh y the U.S . has s u c h a hi g h
inc idence 0+ Caesa rea n bi rt h s (su r g i ca l r emoval 0+ t he baby) c ompa r e d to other
c ountries , and ho w a n d why t o avo id having a Caesarean in mo s t cases . Ed i t e d
by Caro l Stal l and Frieda We r de n from a cal l-i n show on KPFT -FM . I . C. A. N. ' 5
phoria numbel'" i s ( 7 1 ~::' ) 1~):~; :;>' 9 0 b :l. . L.i~:.. t: r=· J~I f.? .r " b; can orcier.. (:'a!:::;!0:
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#8-95 DE-CRIMINALI ZING POVERTY : THE WOMEN ' S ECONOMIC
AGENDA PROJECT
TIME: 28:53
Rene Pica is Project As s i st ant f or the Women ' s Econom i c Agenda Project ,
based in Oaklan d, Cali fo rni a. She has also rai sed 6 ki ds on we lfare i n the
cour se of 20 yea rs . WEAP organizes poor women agains t the criminalizati on of
pover t y i n th e U.S. , wher e our rule r s pr e f er to pay 30 t imes as much to f os t
er
homes or 100 t imes as much to the pr i son sY st em as t heY a l l ow mothe r s to
care
f or t ne t r own ki ds . WEAP'S PHONE : (510) 45 1-7379 ; FAX: 451-7386
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P.O. BOX 332 20 , AUSTIN TX 78764 USA
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#8- 95 DE -CRIMI NAL I ZING POVERTY : THE WOMEN' S ECONOMIC
AGENDA PROJ ECT
TIME: 28 :53
Rene Pi ca is Proj ect As s i s tant fo r the Women ' s Economic Agenda Pr oj ect ,
based i n Oakland , Cal iforni a. She has al so raised 6 kids on welfa r e i n t he
cour se of 20 year s . WEAP organ izes poor women aga i ns t t he c ri mi na l izat i
on of
poverty in t he U. S., whe re our r ulers pr ef er to pay 30 t imes as much t o f os t e
r
homes or 100 ti mes as muc h to t he pri son sYs t em as theY a l l ow mot her s t o
care
fo r the i r own kids . WEAP 'S PHONE: (510 )451- 7379; FAX: 451- 7386
WINGS: WOMEN 'S INTERNATIONAL NEWS GATHERING SERVICE
P.O . BOX 33220 , AUSTIN TX 78764 USA
PHONE/ FAX (512)4 16- 9000 E-MAIL : [email protected] igc .apc. org
#8- 95 DE-CRIMINALI ZING POVERTY: THE WOMEN' S ·ECONOMIC
AGENDA PROJECT
TIME: 28: 53
Rene Pi ca i s Proj ec t As s i stant f or t he Women ' s Economic Agenda Project ,
based i n Oakland , Cali f or ni a . She has a l so ra ised 6 ki ds on welfare in the
cour se of 20 year s. WEAP organizes poor women again s t t he cr imi na l i zati
on of
poverty in t he U. S. , where our r ule r s pr efer t o pay 30 t imes as much to fos t
er
homes or '100 times as much to t he pri son sYs t em as theY a l low mo t her s to
car e
f or the i r own kids . WEAP'S PHON E: (510) 45 1-7379 ; FAX : 451 - 7386
WINGS: WOMEN' S INTERNATIONAL NEWS GATHERI NG SERV ICE
P.O. BOX 33220 , AUSTIN TX 78764 USA
PHONE/ FAX (512)416-9000 E-MA I L: [email protected] .org
#8-95 DE -CRIMINALI ZING POVERTY: THE WOMEN' S ECONOMIC
AGENDA PROJECT
TH1E: 28: 53
Rene Pico is Project Assista nt for the Women ' s Economi c Agenda Pr oJ ec t ,
based in Oakland, Ca l i f or ni a . She has al so r ai sed 6 ki ds on we l f a r e in the
cour s e of 20 Year s . WEAP organi zes poor women aga i nst t he crimi na lizati
on of
pover t y i n t he U.S., whe r e our r ulers pref er to pay 30 ti mes as much to fo s
ter
homes or 100 ti mes as much to th e prison sYs tem as t hey all ow mot he r s to ca
re
f or t he ir own kids. WEAP'S PHONE: (51 0) 451-7379 ; FAX: 451-7386
WINGS: WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL NEWS GATHERING SERVICE
P.O. BOX 33220 , AUSTIN TX 78764 USA
PHONE/ FAX (512)416-9000 E-MAI L: win [email protected] gc .apc .org
#8-95 DE-CRIMINALIZI NG POVERTY: THE WOMEN' S ECONOMIC
AGENDA PROJECT
TIME: 28 :53
Rene Pi ca i s Pr oj ect Ass ist ant f or t he Women' s Economi c Agenda Pr oj ec t,
based in Oakland , Cal i f orni a. She has also ra is ed 6 ki ds on wel f ar e i n the
cour se of 20 Yea r s. WEAP organi zes poor women aga i nst t he cr imin a li zati
on of
pover t y i n the U.S ., where our rule r s prefer t o pay 30 ti mes as muc h t o fost e
r
homes or 100 times as much t o t he pr i son sYstem as t heY al l ow mot hers t o ca
re
f' or t no-j ," own kids . WEAP' S PHONE: (51Q) 45 1·-7.379 ; FAX: 4.5 1·-7 386
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#11&12-95 FEMINISTS OF THE WORLD UNITE!
Times: PART I - 28:48 PART II - 29:25
On March 8, 1995 - International Women1s Day - WINGS and F.I.R.E.
(Feminist
International Radio Endeavour) jointlY hosted a major radio event - an
international women1s
Hconference call Hbetween feminists attending the UN Conference on Social
Development (Social
Summit) in Copenhagen, representing non-governmental organizations (NGOs),
and women
journalists in a studio in Texas. Using digital telephony and satellite, this event
was
originallY broadcast live bY radio stations across the U.S.
Participants in the discussion (in order of appearance) :
Frieda werden, producer.. WINGS: Women1s International News Gattlering
Service
Maria Suarez, producer of FIRE (Feminist International Radio Endeavour),
which broadcasts
live via shortwave from many international conferences around the world.
Eugenia Pisa, member of the Development team of Oxfam England, who has
been working on
getting the international women1s movement1s perspective into the official
Draft Platform
of Action for the 4th World Conference on Women (in Beijing) as well as the
Social Summit,
Cairo Population Summit, etc. [Side 1]
Maria Emilia Martin.. executive producer.. IILatino USA.. Ha weekly
publicradio news/current
affairs program
Susan Richardson.. member.. editorial board, daily paper "Austin AmericanStatesmanH- who
has written on the Social Summit
Fatumata Desiree Jakite from Mali .. Africa - a founder of the Association for
the Progress
of the Defense of Malian Women1s Rights, and one of the organizers of the
11180
Days/180 Ways Campaign" - former official delegate from Mali to the Human
Rights and the
Cairo population Summits; now working with NGO women. [Side 1J
Ishrat Shameen - Association of the Development Agencies in Bangladesh.
Member of Women
for Women &steering committee of the Bangladesh national prepcom towards
Beijing 1995.
[Side 1]
Rachel Kite.. International Women's Health Coalition .. who was one of the
lobbyists working
on getting women1s movement perspective into the official documents of the
Social Summit
and the Fourth World Conference on Women. [Side 2J
Magal; Pineda, Dominican Republic - Latin American &Caribbean Women's
Organizing
Committee Towards Beijing. [Side 2]
Topics included the relationship of macro-economics to the feminization of
poverty
wor"'ldwide .. and the March 8 demonstration in Copenhagen kicking off the
"180 Days/180 Waysll
Campaign to make women around the globe aware of issues that will be taken
UP at the 4th
World Conference on Women in Beijing.. China.. this September.
WINGS and FIRE are planning live broadcasts from Beijing, with a probable
start date
of August 30. Stay tuned!
P.S. The UN Radio program "Women" has put out many excellent 14-minute
programs on
topics that will be dealt with at the Beijing conference. Contact UN Radio in
New York at
(212)963-3407 for more information.
WINGS: WOMEN' S INTERNAT IONAL NEWS GATHER ING SERVICE
P.O. BOX 33 220. AUSTIN TX 78764 USA
PHONE /FAX (512)416-9000 E-MAI L: [email protected] gc .apc .org
#9-95 &#10-95
HAWAIIANS' SOVEREIGNTY (speec h bY MILALONI TRASK)
TIME S:
PART I - 29: 00
PART I I - 28 :42
Mi l a lon'j Trask is Pri me Minister of t he rec ons t i t uted nat i on of the
Hawa i i an people. who are demandi ng recogni tion as 8 sovereign . indi genous
t ribe bY the Uni t ed St at es . In t he f a ll of 1994. Trask p our~ed out her heart
a lon g wi t h her knowledge of Hawa i i an hi s t orY and politics in a one-hour
keYnot e addres s at t he In di genous Women 's Network confe r ence on the Whi t
e
Ea r t h Reser vat i on. The s peech was reco r ded and ed ited f or WINGS bY
Agnes Pat a k
of KMUD- FM. Among Tras k ' s topic s are the growing mi lita r i zati on of
Hawaii . the
role of faith i n s t at ecr af t . and how na t i ve Hawa i i ans manage t o have a
government withou t any land or buil di ngs of t hei r own .
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#9-95 & #10-95
HAWAI IANS' SOVEREIGNTY (sp eech bY MILALONI TRASK)
TI MES:
PART I - 29: 00
PART II - 28 :42
Milal oni Tra s k is Prime Mi nister of t he reconstituted nation of the
Ha wai ian peopl e, who ar e demandi ng r ecogniti on as a sove r e i gn. i ndi
genous
tribe bY the Un i ted St at es . In t he fa l l of 1994 , Tras k poured out her heart
a long with her knowl edge of Hawa i ian hi s torY and pol itics in a one-hou r
keYnote addres s at the Indi genous Women' s Network conference on the Whi te
Earth Rese r vat i on . The speech wa s recorded and edited for WINGS bY Agnes
Patak
of KMUD-FM . Among Tra s k' s t opi cs are t he gr owi ng mi lita r'i zat i on of
Hawa i i . t he
r ol e of fai t h i n stat ec r aft , and how native Hawa i i ans manage t o have a
governmen t wi t hout any l and or bui ld ings of t he i r own.
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#14-95 MAY 1995 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S NEWSCAST
1. (7: 07) SWISS WOMEN SEEK POLITICAL EQUALITY. J ncuf:-/DutcL./{e: liThe requisi
te
100,000••• Women's International News Gathering Service. Pf:.?portE;r: Lori
Hieber, Swiss Radio International. an tape: Christine Betonhard, head, Assoc.
oT Women in Politics; Suzette Sandeau, MP, Liberal Party. E.I'u.ggeE:.\tf.?d int r o»
SWITZERLAND WAS SLOW TO GIVE WOMEN THE VOTE, BUT SWISS WOMEN
ARE FORGING AHEAD
IN DEMANDING FULL POLITICAL EQUALITY. FRIEDA WERDEN OF WINGS
EDITED THIS
STORY: •••
2. (5: 08) STOP THE VIOLENCE MARCH IN WASHINGTON. Lrir'Out: ,: IIFor the 3rd
time
[chanting TadesJ." Ir::.:·eporter: Elayne CliTt. On t eoe..~ Elenita Muniz, Clothesline
Project; Bella Abzug. &lggested intro: THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE SAID ONLY
50,000 DEMONSTRATED IN WASHINGTON APRIL 9, BUT WINGS' REPORTER
ELAYNE CLIFT
II
SAW A CROWD SHOULDER TO SHOULDER FROM THE WASHINGTON
MONUMENT TO THE CAPITOL,
RIVALING THE 300,000 TURNOUT IN 1989. MELANIE WEST EDITED CLIFT~S
REPORT: •••
3. (6: 11) CHINESE WOMEN PREPARE FOR WORLD CONFERENCE. Lrr/Uut:» uThis
year •••
-for WINGS, this is Lisa Hayes." On i epe: Huang Quizao, V-P All-China Women's
Federation; translator, CWF member Song Wenyan. Interview: Frieda Werden.
SLtggested intro: THE ALL-CHINA WOMEN'S FEDERATION STRADDLES THE LINE
BETWEEN
BEING A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION AND AN ARM OF THE
CHINESE GOVERNMENT. IN
THIS STORY, THE VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERATION TELLS WHAT
CHINESE WOMEN HAVE
PREPARED FOR THE FOURTH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN -- PLANS
NOW JEOPARDIZED BY
POLITICAL SHAKEUPS IN CHINA. LISA HAYES REPORTS: •••
4. (5: 02) PAKISTANIS CALL FOR CEDAW RATIFICATION. I n .....'Oui:» "At an I
nternat ional
Women' 5 Day••• this is Carol Stall. II Scsurce: NaTisa Hoodbhoy. S·pe(E?ker i~
barrister Nausheen Ahmad. lntro: U.S. FIRST LADY HILLARY CLINTON TRAVELED
TO
PAKISTAN THIS SPRING TO SUGGEST WAYS TO IMPROVE THE LOT OF
WOMEN. BUT NEITHER
COUNTRY HAS TAKEN THE STEP OF RATIFYING THE U.N. CONVENTION ON
THE ELIMINATION
OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN. PAKISTANI
FEMINISTS WANT THEIR
COUNTRY TO RATIFY THIS SEPTEMBER. CAROL STALL EDITED THIS
REPORT: •••
5. (4: 24) ARAB WOMEN EXHIBIT MODERN ART. Lnroist:» "The work aT
contemporary•••
[over musicJ P.O. Box 226, LaTayette CA 94549 [USAJ.'· On tBpe: Susan Sterling,
curator, National Museum OT Women in the Arts; Salwa Nashishibi, director
International Council oT Women in the Arts; Lillian Karnouk, Egyptian
multi-media artist. Intro: ARAB WOMEN ARE KNOWN MORE FOR HANDCRAFTS
THAN FOR
SO-CALLED IIFINE ARTII - BUT A NEW EXHIBIT CALLED "FORCES OF
CHANGE" AIMS TO
CHANGE THAT IMAGE. MEREDITH PHILLIPS EDITED THE STORY BY
BARBARA NIMRI AZIZ:
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#15-95 NUCLEAR INDUSTRY IN TEXAS Time: 29:08
Betty Bri n k and Mavis Belisle [b'LYLEJ re anti-nuclear activists in the
tat o-f Texas. Both have long opposed the Comanche Peak pow r pi nt in
Somervell County; and Mavis runs the Pe c F rm, which keeps permanent vigil
over the Pantex plant. Formerly u~ed to build bombs, Pant x is where the U.S.
dimantles its warheads (including any to be bought -from Russia) and stores the
plutonium, and now wants to use it to recycle tritium gas. Pantex is sited
over the Oglal a r e s e r vo i r , used to irrigate crops throughout the Midwest.
#16-95 WOMEN, MONEY, AND THE U.N. Time: 28:12
On March 14, 1995, U.S. -first I dy Hi llary Clinton gave a talk honoring
-fo r me r -first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Inter national Women's Day, and th 50th
a n n i ve r s a r y o-f the United Nations. The introduction by Dr. Na-fis Sadik
cr dited Clinton -for announcing a U.S. init i a t i ve to -fund literacy programs
~or women and girls, though WINGS' res arc h shows thi USAID progr m does not
involve any new -funds and may now be elimi nated by Congress.
The same week, Noeleen Heyzer, director o~ UNIFEM (UN women's -fund) spoke
to the U.s . Committee on UNIFEM about her -financial hopes -for that agency and
a bo ut its direction in 1995.
#17-95 & #18-95 KOREAN WOMEN RISING ABOVE ABUSE - [Parts I & IIJ
In December 1994, Dr. Kim Hyung Yung, a ~eminist, liberation theologist
~ r o m Korea, addressed a gathering o~ theologians in Costa Rica, who had come
f r om around the world to discuss violence against women. The speech was
recorded by Maria Suarez, a producer of the short wave program F.I.R.E.
Feminist International Radio Endeavour - and edited ~or WINGS by Lisa Hayes.
#17-95 KOREAN WOMEN RISING ABOVE ABUSE - Part I Ti me : 28:36
Professor Kim tells about the sexism she herself suffers as a Korean
professional woman, and about her friends who devoted their l i ve s to the poor
people's movement, only to see all the progressive movements of Korea in
ruins . As an antidote to their despair, she recounts the life story o~ No
Subo, one of the Koreans who were enslaved by Japanese troops to be so-called
" c o m ~ o r t women during World War II. Subo's story of surviving and regaining
he r self-respect has become a Ilroot story" -For Korean women.
#18-95 KOREAN WOMEN RISING ABOVE ABUSE - Part II Time: 28:53
Dr. Kim analyzes the denial the world turns toward the Ilcomfort woman
experience, and compares it to the denial around modern prostitution and the
present abuses suffered by Korean women. The theologian also deconstructs the
me a n i ng of the phrase "litt le brown [fuckJing machine ~illed by rice," often
applied to Korean prostitutes, for the insights it can yield about the
neo-colonial, patriarchal perspectives on Asia and on women.
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#19-95 CAROl GILLIGAN : ON w:::MEN'S VOICE TIME: 29:13
In 1982, Harvard psychologist Carol Gil l igan revolutionized psychology wi t h
her book
II In a Different Voice," which pointed out t he lack of studies of WQfll8ll .
Most recent ly she
co-authored "Reframing Resistance," which looks at the struggles of adolescent
girls. In
MaY 1995, Gilligan addressed the AJJstin (Texas) Women's Psychotherapy
Project . The speech
was recorded for WIt\GS bY Frieda werden and edited bY Hope Lafferty .
#20-95 ROBINMORGAN : GLOBAL FEMINISM TIME: 27:47
Robin Morgan, one of the most internationalist of U.S. feminists , has edited the
encvclocedta "Si st erhcxx:i Is Global" (1984) and is Internat ional Consul t ing
Edi tor
(fonrer ly Editor-in-Chief ) of "Ms . Magazine . In t his programshe describes
her encount ers
with feminists of many cul tures, from isolated villages high in the Himalayas to
the sands
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#1!}-95 CAAQ GILLIGAN: ON WiEN'S VOICE TIME: 29: 13
In 1982, Harvard psychologist Carol Gill igan revolutionized psychology Wi th
her book
"In a Dif ferent Voice," which pointed out t he lack of studies of women. Most
recently she
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gir ls . In
MaY 1995, Gi 11 igan addressed the AJJsti n (Texas) Women s Psychotherapy
Project. The SP88Ch
was recorded for WINGS bY Frieda werden and edited by Hope Laffert y.
#20-95 ROBINMORGAN : GLOBAL FEMINISM TIME: 27:47
Rob in Morgan, one of the most internationalist of U.S . fem inists, has edited
the
encvclcoedta "Sisterhcxx:i Is Global" (1984) and is Int ernat ional Consulting
Editor
(formerlY Editor-in-Chief) of "Ms." Magazi ne. In t hi s program she describes
her encounters
wit h feminists of many cultures, from isol ated vi l lages high in t he Himalayas
to t he sands
of 5al.,Kji Arabi a. ~t:Zc1'l Dt...rn ~. <::-l:> I 7t-"""D ~ i Yi"Jet.../t>.J J c: W(;;-~·7';
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#1 9-95 CAROL GILLIGAN : ON WOMEN'S VOICE TIME: 29: 13
In 1982, Harvard psychologist Carol Gi l l igan revolutionized psychology With
her book
"In a Different Voice," which pointed out the lack of studies of waren. Most
recently she
co-aut hored "Ref raming Resistance, " which looks at the struggles of
adolescent girls. In
MaY 1995, Gi 11 igan addressed the Aust in (Texas) Women s Psychotherapy
Project . The speech
was recorded for WINGS bY Frieda Werden and edited bY HoPe Lafferty.
#20-95 ROBINt"ffiGAN : GLOBAL FEMINISM TIME: 27 :47
Robin Morgan, one of the most int ernat ional ist of U. S. feminists , has edited
the
encvclceedta "Sisterhood Is Gl obal " (1984) and i s Int ernat ional Consul t ing
Editor
(fonrer lYEditor-in-Chief ) of "Ms . " Magazine . In t hi s program she descr
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with fem inist s of many cultures, from isolated vi l lages high in the Himalayas
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#21 -95 ~ 1995 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN~S NEWSCAST Time: 29:16
1. (5:53) EFFECTS OF ARMED CONFLICT IN AFRICA. I n c l.l e /Dutcue: liThe 4th
Wor ld
Con-Ference . •. Hope La-F-Fe rt y reporting. II On tape: Florence Butegwa, WILDAF
(Women i n Law and Deve lopmen€ in A-Frica); Iheoma Obibi - human rights
networker . I n t ervi ew: Frieda Werden . Studio: U.N . Radio. & Ig ge s t e d i n tra :
BOSNIA IS ONLY ONE OF MANY COUNTRIES WHERE INTERNAL ARMED
CONFLICTS ARE
DESTROYING WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS. IN THIS REPORT FROM
WINGS, TWO AFRICAN
WOMEN DISCUSS THE NEED FOR EARLY OUTSIDE INTERVENTION: . ..
2. (4:55) EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR WAR IN IRAQ. I n/ Ou t : lI[chantingJ Stop killing ..
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Women~s Internat ional News Gathering Service. II On t ape: Pro-Fessor Mona
al-Jibbour i, Univ.o-F Baghdad, interviewed by Laura Flanders; editor : Frieda
Werden. SUflgE.>.'!;;.tr.?d i ntiros A NEW FORM OF NUCLEAR WAR HAS BEEN
DEVISED - USING
CONVENTIONAL WAR TO SALT AN AREA WITH RECYCLED NUCLEAR
WASTE. THIS STORY FROM
WINGS DESCRIBES THE RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF RADIOACTIVE WEAPONS
USED ON IRAQ: . . .
3. (5 :45) HOPES FOR NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION. In/ Out: "In May , 178 nat
i o ns
.. • -For WINGS, this is Carol Stall. II On t ap e: Garland Harris, Ci tizens -For an
Alternative to Radioactive Dumping; Frieda Werden . I n tra: DESTROYING ATOMIC
WEAPONS & PHASING OUT NUCLEAR POWER ARE TWO OF THE GOALS
PASSED AT PREPARATORY
MEETINGS FOR THE 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN. GARLAND
HARRIS IS A WOMAN
TRYING TO MAKE THOSE GOALS A RE,ALITY - AS CAROL STALL REPORTS
FOR WINGS: .• .
4 . (5:09) TIBETANS 8< THE 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN. I n/Ou t :
"0ne o-F= the
c o ntrove rs i e s .• . Fm Lisa Hayes. II So u rces : Maria Suarez , Elayne Cli-Ft. Or:
t a p e: Lobs a ng Dechen, Tibetan Nun Project ; Tsering Norzom, Pres. Tibetan
Women~s Assoc. (Dharamsala, India); Yang Jin, Pres. Women~s Fed. o-F the Tibet
Autonomous Region . I n t r a: TIBETAN REFUGEE WOMEN, WHO HAVE HUMAN
RIGHTS
GRIEVANCES AGAINST CHINA, SAY THEY'RE NOT BEING ALLOWED TO
REGISTER FOR THE
4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN IN BEIJING. LISA HAYES REPORTS
FOR WINGS ON THE
TWO SIDES OF THIS CONFLICT: .•.
5 . (5:54) ZONTA 8< UNIFEM. In/o ut: "UNIFEM is the smallest ... Frieda Werden
repqrting -For WINGS. II On t.epo: Noe leen Heyzer , Dir., UNIFEM; Chi e -F Folake
Solanke, Int ~l Pr e s . o-F ,Zonta. & l g g e s t e d int r o: ZONTA, THE INTERNATIONAL
BUSINESS WOMEN~S ASSOCIATION, HAS REACHED ITS 75TH BIRTHDAY. IN THIS
STORY
FROM WINGS, ZONTA RECEIVES APPRECIATION FOR ITS SUPPORT OF
UNIFEM: •••
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#19-95 CAROL GILLIGAN ON WOMEN'S VOICE . Sp eec h by t he s c ho l a r who
revolutionized psy chology by studyi hg women and girls. '
#20-95 ROBIN MORGAN: GLOBAL FEMINISM. Famous e d i t o r & poet tell s a t=
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#22-95 THE FEM INIST PRESS : FLORENCE HOWE Time: 29 : 09
The Femin i s t Pre s s was ~ounded 25 yea rs ago to resurrect lost literary
masterpieces by working-class women and women of color . In t h is speech, press
Director Florence Howe tells how the press was fou nded, and ho w i t has
survived as a nat ional and international resource.
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#22-95 THE FEM I NIST PRESS: FLORENCE HOWE Time: 29:09
The Femi nist Pre s was founde d 25 years ago to resu r r ect lost literary
ma ste rpi e c e s by work ing-c lass women and women of co lor . In t hi s speech, p ress
Di rector Florence Howe tel l s how t he press was f ounde d, a nd how it has
survi ved as a nati onal and i nter na t i o na l resou rce .
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#22-95 THE FEMINIST PRESS : FLORENCE HOWE Ti me: 29:09
The Femi n i s t Pr e s was ~ ounded 25 ye ars ago to r e s urre c t lost li terar y
mast e rpieces by wor king-c lass wome n and women o f c o l ot-. In t hi s speech, press
Di r e c t o r F lorence Howe tells how the press was founded, and how it has
survi ved as a national and internat ional r source.
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#22-95 THE FEMI NIST PRESS : FLORENCE HOWE Ti me : 29 : 09
The F minlst Press was f o u nde d 25 ye a r s ago to r esur r ect lost l iterary
masterpleces by working-class women and women of col or . I n this speech, press
Dire c t o r F l o r e nc e Howe te lls how t he press was ~o u nded , and how it has
survi ved as a na t iona l a nd inter national r e s ource .
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#23-95 RADIO P I RATE WOMAN AT GREENHAM PEACE CAMP Ti m : 28 :47
Margaretta D'Arcy i s a n activist who broadc a sts women' s radio "~est iva ls"
~r om an unlicensed t r a nsmitte r i n he r home in Gal way , I rel a nd . Thi s p rogr am
begi ns with Donna Ho~~man des c r i b ing D' Arcy's dr ama ti c protests on b e h a l ~ o~
home l e ss women. Tha t ' s Tollowed by D'Arcy 's r e c e nt int e rview with Kat r i na
Howse , Ros ie Bremmer, and Ann i ka Jones - activists at Ye llowg ate, the Wome n ' s
Peace Camp on Greenham Common, Engl and. The camp was set up in 1981 to get r i d
oT t he Cruise missiles p ut i n Engl and by the American military. Now that the
Cruise missiles are gone, t he camp protests Tri dent nuclear sy~tems , which
they call genocidal weapons. f.·,~g (e.at e,vcl licer: /i'l!f c'd i#t "Ph; IJ ' tti, tlM.d O Ci¥lYlCi Hoffwtal'\
#24-95 AUDRE LORD F ILM: ADA GAY GRIFFIN, PRODUCER Ti me: 28:24
Audre Lord, the world renowned ATrican American Lesb ian poet, educator
and activist, died in 1992 a ~ter a long battle with breast cancer. Duri ng t he
last seven years oT her liTe, she cooperated with the making o~ a ~ il m
documentary by Ada Gay Gri~~in and Michelle Pa r ke rson . The ~ull-length vers ion
oT "A Litany Tor Survival: The Li~ e and Wor k of Audre Lo r d " was releas ed i n
1995. Here, Griffin talks about the mak ing of the film, with inte r v i e we r s
Frieda Werden and Trella Laughlin. Program p roducer: Li s a H ye s .
"A Litany for Survival" can be rented through Third World Newsreel, 335
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#25-95 JULY 1995 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S NEWSCAST Time: 28:35
1. (6:03) WOMEN HEALING OCEANS. Incue/Outcue: "Among the hundreds
of
workshops ... this is Frieda Werden reporting. On tape: Sharon
Elizabeth Taylor, Women's Economic Network of Newfoundland &Labrador.
Phone number in Logy BaY, Canada: (709)737-8151. Suggested intra:
OVERFISHING OF THE OCEANS IS THREATENING FUTURE FOOD
STOCKS - AND SOME
PEOPLE SAY IT KILLS THE PLANKTON THAT MAKE OXYGEN, AS
WELL. AS A
SURVIVAL ISSUE, FISHING IS ALSO A WOMEN'S ISSUE - AS YOU
WILL LEARN FROM
THIS REPORT BY WINGS: ...
2. (6: 11) TERROR AGAINST WOMEN IN ALGERIA. In/Out: In 1992, the
one-party Algerian government ... Reporting for WINGS, I'm Lisa HaYes."
On tape: An Algerian woman - pseudonym "Mari-emeh. Interview source:
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ISLAM
HAS BEEN TARGETED AGAINST ALGERIAN WOMEN FOR SEVERAL
YEARS. IN THIS
STORY FROM WINGS, A WOMAN ASKS THAT ASYLUM BE GRANTED
TO ALGERIAN WOMEN
- AND NOT TO FANATICS WHO COMMIT ATROCITIES AT HOME: ...
3. (5:25) POLITICAL CLOUT OF U.S WOMEN. "Mildred Jeffrey, the first
Director of the Women's Department in the Autoworkers' Union ... [over
applause] National Women's Studies Association Conference in Oklahoma
CIty in June. Tape recorded bv: Frieda Werden. Suggested intro: NEARLY
HALF THE WOMEN WHO VOTED IN THE 1992 U.S. ELECTIONS
FAILED TO RETURN TO
THE POLLS IN 1994. AFTER THE SHOCK OF THE RIGHT-WING
LANDSLIDE,
FEMINISTS ARE MOBILIZING TO REGAIN THEIR POLITICAL CLOUT [ll
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LAFFERTY REPORTS FOR WINGS: ...
4. (3:47) POLITICAL CLOUT OF SWEDISH WOMEN. In/Out: liThe women
of Sweden
had a successful mobilization ... in the forefront. For WINGS, I'm Hope
Lafferty,lI On tape: Kari Molen, reporter, "Dai1y News," Stockholm.
Interview b.Y: Elayne Clift. Suggested intra: SWEDISH WOMEN EXPERIENCED
POLITICAL BACKLASH IN 1992, BUT CAME BACK STRONGER THAN
EVER IN THE '94
ELECTIONS. THEIR STRATEGY IS OUTLINED IN THIS REPORT FROM
WINGS.: ...
5, (5:02) FEMINISTS IN THE MICRO RADIO MOVEMENT. In/out: "Df vers t
tv in
U.S. radio ... for WINGS, I'm Frieda Werden reporting. On tape: Diane
Post, programmer, Arizona Free Radio, Phoenix. Suggested intra:
FEMINISTS IN AN ARIZONA COMMUNITY WERE UNABLE TO GET
AIRTIME ON
COMMERCIAL OR PUBLIC RADIO, SO THEY JOINED THE
EMBATTLED IIMICRO-RADIOII
MOVEMENT. HERE'S THE STORY FROM WINGS:
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#26-95 THE TRANSGENDER MOVEMENT & THE WOMEN'S
MOVEMENT: LESLIE FEINBERG
Tirr:e: 28:33
Leslie Feirlber9, author of the novel "St one Butch Blues addressed
the [U.S.] National Women1s Studies Association on June 25, 1995, on the
controversial subject of the relationship between the feminist movement
and the transgender movement. Recorded by Frieda Werden.
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#27-95 PROBLEr-1S OF BELl ZE: DEBBIE EWENS Time: 28:24
Belize, on the Caribbean coast o~ Central America, was a colony o~
Britain until 1981. According to Belizean magazine publisher Debbie Ewens, the
country is ~oundering economically: its raw materials production involves too
~ew people; its rain ~orest is more than half gone; it manu~actures almost
nothing. Ewens sees Belize's politicians buying into a new colonial
relationship with the United States; but she is doing her part to help her
countrywomen and -men towards sel~-su~ficiency.
Address to order magazines "Keypoint" and "Forum": #1 YOUNG STREET,
BELIZE CITY, BELIZE CCENTRAL AMERICAJ.
#28-95 WHY WE NEED ALL-WOMAN SPACES: DALE SPENDER Time: 29:00
This is a digitally-remastered version of the most popular program WINGS
ever produced - a humorous yet incisive 1987 speech by the world-~amous
feminist linguist, Dr. Dale Spender. Australian-born, educated in London,
Spender is the author o~ numerous books, including "Reflecting Men at Twice
Their Natural Size," and "Women of Ideas and What Men Have Done to Them." She
is the ~ounding editor o~ "Women's Studies International Forum" magazine , and
her latest venture is a ~orthcoming "International Women~s Studies
Encyclopedia. II
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#29-95 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: LANI GUIN IER Time: 29 :00
In talking about affirmative action, I realize I'm addressing a very
difficult subject - "Is equal the same as equitable ." - Lani Guinier
In 1993, Pres ident Clinton withdrew Lani Guinier's nomination to be
assistant US
Attorney General for Civil Rights, depriving her of the chance to defend her
i deas on ra ci al equity before Congress. In 1994, she pUblished "The
Tyranny of
t he Majority," proposing ways to empower political minorities. Here she
applies
ler concepts to affirmative action, the concept of redesigning employment
and
~ c h o o l admissions to assure inclusion of women and minorities.
#30-95 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: BETTY FRIEDAN Time: 28:57
Suggested air date: Week of August 26 (Women 's Equality Day)
"r i edan ' s 1963 book "The Feminine Mystique" debunked the media
stereotype that
women bel ong only in the home and kicked off the modern women 's
movement. This
vear her group Women, Men &Media found a precipitous decrease in the
front-page
cover age of women in U.S. newspapers. Friedan says this combined with
massive
i ob l ayoffs affecting white men heralds danger for women' s affirmative
action
gai ns , and indicates the need to organi ze coalitions on core issues.
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#32-95 AUGUST 1995 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S NEWSCAST Time: 29:08
1. (6: 26) AUNG SAN SUU CHI 8c BURMESE PROSTITUTES. InCI'..I'E~/L}U-t:CLlr:?,~
llHer name is
Aung San••• Additional research, Tammy Gomez. This is the Women's International
News Gathering Service. On tape: Khin Omar, Burmese political re~ugee.
Ek:N..rrc e : Dara Hull. Edi t or s Hope La~~erty. 1~:·:r'cr2·pt.,~ Frieda Werden. ,Suggested
intra: BURMA'S NOBEL LAUREATE AUNG SAN SUU CHI HAS BEEN RELEASED
FROM HOUSE
ARREST, BUT BURMA'S MILITARY REGIME STILL GRIPS THE COUNTRY.
2. (6: 25) AUSTRALIAN SEX TOURISTS IN THE PHILIPPINES. In./t}ut.: IIFifteen
Australian women just returned ••• Women on the Line. This is the Women's
International News Gathering Service. On tape: Meredith Burgmann, Labor
member New South Wales Legislative Council; interviewer Karen James. Interview
eource» "Women on the Line. S·u.g.ge::.~tE'f.:i irit r os SEX TOURISM IS NOT ONLY A
II
1I
II
PROBLEM FOR THE HOST COUNTRY, BUT FOR THE COUNTRIES THAT THE
SEX TOURISTS COME
FROM. AUSTRALIAN AND FILIPINA WOMEN HAVE FORMED A COALITION
AGAINST SEX
TOURISM TO SEE WHAT THEY CAN DO ABOUT THE ISSUE. KAREN JAMES.
REPORTS: •••
3. (5:06) ALLIANCE AGAINST TRAFFICKING. "A global alliance against tra-fficking
in women••• ~or WINGS, I'm Meredith Phillips.1I On tape: Lin Lapp, Foundation
Against Tra~~icking in Women, Netherlands; interviewer, Frieda Werden. Intra:
THE GLOBAL ALLIANCE AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN IS SEEKING AN
INTERNATIONAL
DEFINITION OF TRAFFICKING, AND AN INTERNATIONAL APPROACH TO
SOLVING THE
PROBLEM. MEREDITH PHILLIPS REPORTS: •••
4. (6:01) AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL REPORT ON WOMEN'S HUMAN RIGHTS
IN CHINA.
In/OLlt: "'Locked up ~or years ~or joining the pro-democracy movement ••• This is
the Women's International News Gathering Service. Wi tape: Kath Davey, Amnesty
International; interviewer, Karen James. Intra: EVER SINCE CHINA WAS SELECTED
AS THE SITE FOR THE 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN, PEOPLE
HAVE BEEN ASKING
"WHY CHINA? DON'T THEY HAVE A TERRIBLE RECORD ON WOMEN'S
RIGHTS?U NOW AMNESTY
INTERNATIONAL HAS ANALYZED WOMEN'S HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHINA.
KAREN JAMES REPORTS:
5. (3:44) DON'T BLAME CHILDCARE! Lnr'o:..it: IIIn the U.S., as in Eastern Europeo
•••. ~or WINGS, I'm Carol Poze~sky in New York. II On tape: author Geraldine
Youcha. Intra: WHERE IS IT WRITTEN THAT CHILDREN MUST HAVE A FULLTIME
STAY-AT-HOME MOTHER? NOT IN u.S. HISTORY. HERE~S A REPORT FROM
WINGS:
explains global macro-economic manipulation in plain terms and vivi(j picturesu
(WI~!GS clas~sic from 1987, digitall.y re~mastel'-edM)
#30-95 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: BETTY FRIEDAN. Mother 0+ modern +eminism &
#29-95 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: LANI GUINIER. President Clinton didn~t have
the nerve to appoint this woman to her cabinet; she has ideas about equality
that lnclude re-dividing the pie.
#28-95 WHY WE NEED ALL-WOMAN SPACES: DALE SPENDER. The most popular WINGS
program 0+ all time - a witty speech by the famous Australian linguist,
proving who really is the talkative sex.
#27-95 PROBLEMS OF BELIZE: DEBBIE EWENS. Belizean journalist hopes to
convince her compatriots that sel+-su++iciency is better than +oreign goods.
CALL 1-800-798-9703. We'll invoice you. These half-hours are $10 each - 2 ~or
$18 - or 13 ~or $99 rWINGS WEEKLY subscriber rate].
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#34/35-95 GLOBAL TRIBUNAL ON VIOLAT IONS OF WOMEN' S
HUMAN RIGHTS - Par t I &II
"Women's right s are human r i cht s " i s a rally ing cry of t he globa l women ' s
movement - especi a l l y si nce t he Global Tr i bunal on Vi ol at i ons of
Women 's Human
Rights was held at the UN World Conference on Human Ri ght s in Vienna
1993. The
wrenchi ng per sona l testimonies of 33 women given t here have influenced
i nt ernat i ona l in vest i gat ions and policy changes and he l ped set the agenda
of
t he 4th Wor ld Confer ence on Women.
In the summer of 1995 , FIRE (Femi ni st Internat i onal Radio Endeavour )
released a s ix - par t documentary showcasing the t es t imoni es with act i on
updates. The ser i es was funded by UNIFEM; core funder for FIRE is t he
Foundation f or a Compass i onat e Soc iet y. This maili ng cont a i ns parts 1 &
2,
lightly edi t ed for re-distri but i on i n WINGS.
#34-95 Global Tribunal , Part I - Human Ri ght s Abuses in the Famil Y
21;0i.{
#35-95 Global Tri buna l , Par t II - War Crimes Agains t Women 2 q ~ C)
FIRE can be heard daily on Radi o fo r Peace Internationa l. For schedules,
write
RFPI , Box 88, Santa Ana, Costa Ri ca.
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#34/35-95 GLOBAL TRIBUNAL ON VIOLATIONS OF WOMEN' S
HUMAN RIGHTS - Par t I & II
"Women ' s rights are human r i ght s" is a ra l l yi ng cry of the gl obal women's
movement - especiallY s i nce the Gl oba l Tr ib una l on Vi ol at i ons of
Women's Human
Rights was held at the UN World Conference on Human Ri ght s in Vienna
1993 . The
wrenchin g per sona l t est imoni es of 33 women given t here have influenced
in ternat i ona l in ves t i gat i ons and policy changes and helped set the agenda
of
the 4t h Wo rld Conf erence on Women .
In t he summer of 1995, FIRE (Femi ni s t Inte r nat i onal Radio Endeavour )
released a si x-par t documentary showcas i ng the t esti moni es wi t h action
updat es. The ser i es was funded bY UNI FEM' cor e funder for FIRE is t he
Foundat i on fo r a Compassionate Societ y . th i s maili ng contains parts 1 &2,
li ght lY edi t ed for re-d i s t ri buti on in WINGS.
#34-95 Global Tri bunal , Par t I - Human Ri ght s Abuses in the Fami lY
#35-95 Global Tribunal, Part I I - War Crimes Against Women
FIRE can be heard daily on Radio f or Peace Internationa l . For schedul es ,
write
RFPI , Box 88, Sant a Ana , Cos t a Rica .
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Dear station subscribers:
Pl e a s e ac~eo~ my apologies ~ o r ca l a ye d program deliver y dur-ing & after
the China conference. It s~rained hum2n endurance more ~han expected.
Things are great here now. I 'm well, & Hope Lafferty & Eliza Graney haVE
r-edesigned the s~udio & office, to make room for nine women who are logging ~
editing tape.from BeiJing/Huairou.
The programs enclosed & recent newscast are t he first fruits of our joi l
labor . Numbers 38 & 39 were made by f irst-time producers who learned the
Microsound Digital Audio Workstation ~his week. (It 's an easy system to learr
& teach - call me if you're thinking aoout getting a DAW.)
Our goal now is to have each staLion equipped with a backlog of at least
two programs by the end of October, & to retain that lead so you won't be
caught short of material in future. [Feel free to rearrange the order if you
want the most timely items, such as the newscasts, to "play through. "]
I'd also like to know if any subscribers would rather get WINGS from U.S
public radio satellite, not cassette. It's more hassle for you, & more expens
for us, but faster than the mails.
All best wishes, & thanks for your hard work in this medium.
Frieda Werden, producer
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#37-95 GLOBAL TRIBUNAL ON VIOLATIONS OF WOMEN'S HUMAN RIGHTS, PART III:
Violat1ons of the Bodily Integt-ity of Women
TIME: 29:08
FIRE (Feminist International Radio Endeavour) has produced a 6-part
series on the landmark Tribunal on Violations of Women's Human Rights held in
Vienna during the United Nations World Conference on Human Rights. The
testimonies on Bodily Integrity are from Sudan, the Netherlands, Canada,
Nicaragua, and Peru, and deal with ~emale genital mutilation, forced
prostitution, rape, destructive medlcal procedures, and enforced
heterosexuality. The program ends wlth comments by some of the judges on lega l
systems that are still mainly by and for men. Maria Suarez narrates.
* * * * * * * * *** * * *
#38-95 MANSTREAM MEDIA: JUdy Rebic k & Kamla Bhasin TIME: 28:16
"Manstream Media" t-efers to the strikingly male-dominated content of
so-called mainstream media. Canadian feminist news commentator Judy Rebick
discusses how the content of the news is selected - both by the media and by
the women who demur when asked to appear. Surprisingly, an increase in women
reporters doesn't naturally lead to an increase in women interviewees~ she
says. because of the ways news is constructed. Kamla Bhasin from India. a
correspondent for Isis International, re~lects on U.S. corporate domin~tion of
the news stream in other countries. and the need for alternatives.
These soeeches from plenar ies of the NGO Forum of the the 4th World
Con~erence on Women were recorded by Frieda Werden and produced by Sarah Wise.
#39-95 WAITING ~OR HILLARY TIME: 28:29
U.S. First Lady Hillary Clinton's speech to the NGO Forum of the 4th
Wo r l d Conference on Women 1n Huairou. China. has been widely commented on but
onl y WINGS bri ngs you the ent i re panOr 3ma o~ the event. Tape recorded and
nar rated cy Fr1eda Werden; prOduced by Ellza Graney.
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#40-95 PEACEMAKERS: ISRAELI ANAT MAYOR, PALESTINIAN EMILY SHIHADEH
TIME: 29:10
Twenty years Or grassroots peacemaking earned educator ANAT MAYOR [ahn-OTT
mah-YORJ a seat in the Israeli Knesset where she is Vice-Deputy Speaker
representing the peace-oriented Maretz Party~ which along with the Labor Party
~orms the ruling coalition that signed the peace accord. EMILY SHIHADEH, a
Palestinian-American Quaker, per~orms songs rrom her one-woman show IIGrapes &
Figs are in Season," and talks o~ her Li Fe and the occup,ation.
Both parts were recorded and produced by Catherine Girardeau. Mayor spoke
in Taipei, Taiwan, at the Feminist Summit Tor Global Peace in August 1995;
Shihadeh perrormed at the Noe Valley Ministry in San Francisco.
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#40-95 PEACEMAKERS: IS~:AELI ANAT MAYOR, PALESTINIAN EMILY SHIHADEH
TIME: 29:10
Twenty years o~ grassroots peacemaking earned educator ANAT MAYOR Cahn-OTT
mah-YORJ a seat in the Israeli Knesset where she is Vice-Deputy Speaker
representing the peace-oriented Maretz Party, which along with the Labor Party
rorms the ruling coalition that signed the peace accot"d. EMILY SHIHADEH. a
Palestinian-American Quaker, perrorms songs ~rom her one-woman show "Grapes &
Figs are in Season," and talks o~ her li~e and the occupation. '
Both parts were recorded and produced by Catherine Girardeau. Mayor spoke
in Taipei, Taiwan, at the Feminist Summit for Global Peace in August 1995;
Shihadeh per~ormed at the Noe Valley Ministry in San Francisco.
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#41-95 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S NEWSCAST (Sept/Get) TIME:
29:08
1. (6:27) OJR BOOIES, CURSELVES - AN INTERNATIONAL SLCCESS
sro«. In/Cutcues:
"OJr Bodies OUrselves first emerged ... Sarah Wise reporting for WINGS. "
en tape: Nancy
Miriam Hawley, co-author." Tape source: Frieda Werden. SU9gasted intra: IF
KNOWLEOOE IS
FQ.JER, ALITTLE PUBLICATION CALLED "CUR BCXlIES,
OJRSELVES" IS Q\lE OF THE MJST POWERFUL BCO<S
IN THE ItJeRLD. FRa1 WINGS, HERE'S ASTrny A80JT I-Q.J IT GREW: ...
2. (6:31) VALUING UNWAGED 1,..,ffiK. In/OJtcues: "Non-govemmental
lobbyists were ... edited by
Carol Stall for the Women 's International News Gathering Service. I'm
Frieda Werd81
reportins." 07 tape: Margaretta D' Arcy, Internat iona1 Women Count
Network. Tape source:
Frieda Werden. Intra: ARGUABLY THE GREATEST SLCCESS sro« OF
THE 4TH VffiLD CONFERENCE ON
W1EN WAS PERSUADING GOVERNMENTS TO FOLLCM THROJ3H
ON VALUING wa1EN'S UNWAGED ItJeRK. LOBBYISTS
FROM 'THE WOMEN COUNT NETWORK HELPED THE DELEGATES
WHO SUPPORTED THE ISSUE FIND ROOMS THAT HAD
BEEN CHANGED, PLIED THEM WITH DATA, AND EVEN TOOK
NOTES THROUGH HOURS OF TEDIOUS DISCUSSION.
FINALLY THE MEETINGS WERE MJVED TO CLOSED SESSION.
FRIEDA WERDEN WAS THERE: . ..
3. (5:22) ZAPATISTA LIAISON RAPED. In/Oitcues: "Cecil ta Rodriguez, the
U.S.
liaison ... I'm Carol Stall reporting for WINGS." en tape: Cecilia Rodriguez,
coordinator,
National Commission for Democracy in Mexico, USA. Tape source: Teresa
Taylor. Intra: AU.S.
CITIZEN WHO HAS BEEN AN ACTIVE SUPPORTER OF THE
ZAPATISTA MOVEMENT REPORTS BEING THE VICTIM
OF APOLITICAL RAPE IN CHIAPAS, MEXICO. ·MEXICO. CAROL
STALL REPORTS: ...
4. (2:46) LESBIANS CRGANIZE IN THE PHILIPPINES. tn/a«, "CK , my
name's Jeannie ... I 'm
Lisa HaYes." 07 tape: Jeannie Villar, coordinator, Women Supporting
Women Committee. Source:
Lisa Hayes. Intra: MJST LESBIAN WOMEN IN ASIA ARE CBLIGED TO
MARRY MEN, AND KEEP THEIR
RELATIONS WITH WOMEN VERY QJIET. BUT AGROJP IN THE
PHILIPPINES IS TRYING TO BRING LESBIANS
. INTO THE MAIN STREAM: ... .. . .
. 5. (2:47) TAHITIANS OPPOSE FRENCH NLCLEAR TESTING. In /OJt:
"France resumed nuclear
testing ... &cultural products. This is the Women's International News
Gathering Service. " en
tape: Chantal Spitz, author, The Island af Shattered Dreams. Source: Women
on the Line,
Melbourne. Intra: CHECK THAT CHEESE YOU'RE ABOUT TO BUY - IT
MAY HAVE CO'1E FROM FRANCE.
THERE'S ABOYCOTT ON TO PROTEST JACQUES CHIRAC'S
OBSTINATE TESTING OF NLCLEAR BOMBS IN THE
PACIFIC. HERE'S MORE: ...
6. (3:23) SWEET AD-o-LINE! In/Cut: "Sweet Adelines Int emat ional ... For
WINGS, I'm Eliza
GraneY." en tape: Weekend Edit ion barbershop euar-tet , Source: Sweet
Ade1oj nes Internat iona1.
Intra: BARBERSI-rP QJARTETS ARE NATIJRALLY ASSCCIATED
MAINLY WITH MEN - BUT WOMEN HAVE ALSO
BEEN ORGANIZED TO DO THIS ACAPELLA SINGING STYLE FOR
THE PAST 50 YEARS. ELIZA GRANEY~
(IIGRAIN-y") REPCRTS: ...
#42-95 GLOBAL TRIBUNAL ON VIOLATIONS OF WOMEN "S
HUMAN RIGHTS, Part IV:
Violations of Socia-Economic Human Rights of Women. TIME: 28:31
Series from FIRE (Feminist International Radio Endeavour), covers
testimony at the World
Conference on Human Rights in Vienna (1993) &ppliCY changes it
engendered. Women from the
Caribbean, Bangladesh, Philippines, & the U.S. ~C~e.VercLe.
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YOU 'VE BEEN MISSING:
#40-95 PEACEMAKERS: ISRAELI &PALESTINIAN. Anat Maar, deputy
speaker of the Israeli Knesset &
EmilY Shihadeh, Palestinian Quaker performance artist.
#39-95 WAITING FOR HILLARY. The hOOPlah around First LadY
Clinton's SPeeCh in Huairou, China,
and speech in its entirety . '
#38-95 MANSTREAM MEDIA. Canadian feminist TV host JudY Rebick
&Isis International
correspondent Kamla Bhasis, on media panels at the 4th World Conference
on women, discuss
about how news is selected .
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#43- 95 RIFFAT HASSAN, ISLAMIC FEMINIST THEOLOGIAN
Time: 28:52
Prof. Hassan t o1d a pl enary of the Non- Gover nment a1Forum of t he 4th
Wor l d Confe re nce on Women t hat f erni ni st t heology i s t he most cruci a1
st r at egy f or l tber attnq Islami c women. In her analysi s, 'inequality of t he
sexes entered Is lam th ro ugh t he Chr ist ia n i nt erpr et at i on of the Bib l i cal
sto ry of Adam and Eve, Pr of. Hassan, a Paki stani ) current ly t eaches at the
University of Loui sv il le (Kent ucky, USA). Recor ded in China by Fr i eda
Werden; edited by Mary O'G rady.
#44-95 HEMP RE-LEGALIZATION Time: 29:05
Cult ivat ion of t he hemp plan t , from which th e drug mar ijuana i s
der ived, has been il legal in t he U.S. for six decades. Mar ia nne Wizard i s an
act iv ist f or hemp re-l egali zati on in Tex as, and Glo r ia Cast i l lo cons ults
w ith f armer s in Mexi co about the non-drug mar kets fo r t he crop.
Interview er: Fri eda Werden. Editor: Caro l Sta ll,
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#45-95, FEMINIST SUMMIT FOR GLOBAL PEACE TIME: 28:58
A Feminist Summit for Global Peace was convened by Taiwanese Senator
t Annette Lt>~ and featured speeches by Peace Builders: Dorothy H. E. Cooper,
Liberia's
former Foreign Minister; Dr. Louise Diamond, Executive Director of the Institute
for
Multi-Track Diplomacy; and Martina Gredler, an Austrian Member of the
European
Parliment.
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#46-95, January 1996 International Women's Newscast. Time: 29:0~
1. (3:49) US MILITARY RETLTRNING TO THE PHILIPPINES. Incue/Outcue:
"Four years
after its bases... this is the Women's International News Gathering Serv:kellOn
tape:
Myrla Baldanado, Deputy Secretary General of the Free Phillippines Coalition
Source:
Stephanie Vevers for the Foundation for a Compassionate Society Editor: Sara
Wise
Script: Sara Wise
2. (5:56) PAPAL INFALLIBILITY. Incue/Outcue: "To say something is
infallable.....I'm
Eliza Graney reporting for WINGS" On tape: Carla Helwig, Catholic lay minister
of the
Roman Catholic Church. Source: Eliza Graney Editor: Eliza Graney Script: Eliza
Graney
3. (4:19) ABORTION CLINIC HARASSMENT. Incue/Outcue: " I'm Mary
O'Grady.... Dina
Weinstein in New York" On tape: Donna Lieberman, New York Civil Liberties
Union,
Marie Carroll, chairperson of Nassua County NOWRepro Rights Task Force.
Source:
Dina Weinstein Editor: Mary O'Grady Script: Mary O"Grady
4. (4:59) LABOR ISSUES AT THE FOURTH WORLD CONFERENCE
ONWOMEN.
Incue/Outcue: " It's several weeks now... you're listening to Women on the Line.
OJ
tape: Laura Foo, Asian Law Caucus, Source: Women on the Line Editor: Frieda
Werden
Script: Frieda Werden
5. (5:53) WOMEN OFVIETNAM. Incue/Outcue:" At the U.N. Fourth ....for
WINGS, I'm
Eliza Graney On tape: Truong My Hoa, president, Vietnam National Committe for
the
Advancement of Women.. Source: Frieda Werden Editor: Eliza Graney Script:
Eliza
Graney
6. (2:43) THE RETURN OFSPINSTERHOOD. Incue/Outcue:" Singular women
reclaiming
spinsterhood..... "Singular Women: Reclaiming Spinsterhood." On tape: Jocelyn
Scutt,
editor of "Singular Women: Reclaiming Spinsterhood" Source: Women on the
Line
Editor: Eliza Graney & Sara Wise
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