Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Vesta Copestakes of Sonoma County Gazette, Barbara Miller, and Aura Walker on Ban Fracking in California petition, broadcast on 3/9/15, has been added to the Radio Archives.
To listen to the 60-minute recording click the link to the archive page above.
March is Women’s History Month – Women Past and Present
1. Vesta Copestakes , Publisher, Sonoma County Gazette
2. Barbara Miller, friend, cosmopolitan
3. Aura Walker, Activist, No Fracking in California, Clinical Hypnotherapist
Women in HIstory Break: Nellie Bly Goes Around the World in 72 Days Nellie Bly became part of the man’s world of journalism. She pioneered investigative journalism. To add to her accomplishments as a journalist, she also traveled around the world in only 72 days.
Guest 1: Vesta Copestakes discusses the opportunity she siezed in creating the
“Written By Readers” format of the Sonoma County Gazette as a response to the tremendous letter writting of readers concerning the events of 9/11 in 2001.
Guest Link: www.sonomacountygazette.com
Music Break: Earth Song (Lisa Lavie performs Michael Jackson’s classic)
Guest 2: Barbara Miller, an old friend who has lived mostly outside of the USA, dropped into visit to relate how the Women’s Movement affected her attitude and decisions.
Guest 3.: Aura Walker, a clinical hynotherapist by profession, talks about how her concern as a mom for her children’s health and future, turned into a moment of creating a petition Ban Fracking in California on moveon.org that sparked like-minded people in the L.A. area after Fracking was approved by the Governor of California. The petition already has gathered about 38,000 signatures and the goal is 40,000.
Calling all mom and dads and grandparents to sign the petition!
Guest Links: Ban Fracking in California Petition started by Aura Walker for you sign online which is stated below:
Fracking will exacerbate the risks of earthquakes as huge hydraulic drills will core deep into the earth, moving already loose tectonic plates. Please! It is common sense. Additionally, poisonous gases will permanently pollute many precious aquifers, irreversibly poisoning our drinking water. Please follow the sane example of Vermont, and Ban Fracking in California. Protect our land, and Waters, Wetlands, Ecosystems, and Oceans. Please Help to Protect ourselves. Please use common sense. Please Ban Fracking in California. Protect our water! We are each at least 90% Water
Related Link that is current:
March 4, 2015 (Truthstream Media) Excerpts:
Unearthed articles from the 1960s detail how nuclear waste was buried beneath the Earth’s surface by Halliburton & Co. for decades as a means of disposing the by-products of post-World War II atomic energy production. …
Truthstream uncovered several published newspaper accounts from the Spring of 1964 concerning a then-newly disclosed plan to dump nuclear waste produced by the atomic energy industry into hydraulic fracturing (fracking) wells using a cement slurry technique developed by Halliburton & Co. The top two fracking companies in the nation at the time were Halliburton and Dowell, a subsidiary of Dow Chemical….
Then in August 1984 in Oak Ridge, Tenn., radioactive waste was turned up by water monitoring near a deep injection well at a government nuclear facility….
The infallible, permanent, and “impermeable” deep injection wells that Halliburton and the Atomic Energy Commission considered as a solution to nuclear waste for eons to come were found turning up radioactive nuclear waste at the very Oak Ridge site where these 1960s disposal projects were taking place.