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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Julia Heyman of Standing Women and Molly Murphy MacGregor of National Women’s History Project, broadcast on 5/4/15, has been added to the Radio Archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA150504.html

To listen to the 60-minute recording click the link to the archive page above.

Featuring Guests:

1. Julie Heyman  Standing Women, Ojai Chapter Coordinator
2. Molly Murphy MacGregor, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Chair of the NWHP Board of Directors, National Women’s History Project

Announcements

Music Break: Which Side Are You On  performed by Florence Reece, the songwriter, written in 1931 during the Harlan County strike

Our sound engineer Ken Norton shares his memory as a student at San Joses State of hearing of the Kent State Massacre of students 45 years ago and nationwide student protest of Nixon’s Cambodia invasion in the Spring of 1970.

Music Break: Stand By Me by Kailey Swanson., The original is by Ben E. King, who passed away this last week.

Guest 1: Julia Heyman, Standing Women, Ojai Chapter Coordinator, talks on the origins of Standing Women and announces the 9th annual  Standing Women (and men whom they care about) for a world in which every child is honored for who they are and nurtured at 1 p.m. local time May 10, 2015.  See the Standing Women Declaration at the website link.

Guest Link:  www.standingwomen.net

Music Break: Love and Justice Women’s Anthem  [ Youtube video credit:  Stirring Women’s anthem sung by 400 Women of Victoria Australia to mark the centenary of Suffrage – finally getting the Vote in Australia after 19 attempts in Parliament. Sung at the BMW edge in Melbourne, composed by Kavisha Mazzella (www.kavisha.com) and commissioned by the Victorian Women’s Trust – for more info please visit www.vwt.org.au ]

Guest 2:  Molly Murphy MacGregor, co-founded in 1980 and continues to lead the National Women’s History Project in Santa Rosa, California.  The Project brought women’s stories into history text books and women artists to the attention of the public. The Project moved Congress to first declare a National Women’s History Week and then a National Women’s History Month.

Guest Link: National Women’s History Project website www.nwhp.org

National Women's History Project logo

National Women’s History Project logo