Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Sarah Shrader of Americans for Safe Access of Sonoma County and Jane Klein on marijuana activism as wife of Ed Rosenthal t, broadcast on 5/11/15, has been added to the Radio Archives.


To listen to the 57-minute recording click the link to the archive page above.

Featuring Guests:

1. Sarah Shrader  Chair, Sonoma County Chapter, Americans for Safe Access
2. Jane Klein, Marijuana activist and mother, wife of Ed Rosenthal


Music Break: For What It’s Worth, performed by Crystal Bowersox, original song written by Stephen Stills of Buffalo Springfield band.

Guest 1: Sarah Shrader reports on the Unity/Day of Lobbying Conference of Americans for Safe Access in Washington, DC, and on the injustices woman face as mothers who treat their own disease or that of their husband or children with cannabis.  ASA is putting much effort to support CA AB258 bill to allow medical cannabis use for those awaiting organ transplants.  She talks of the local work in Sonoma County.  Sonoma ASA meets the first Thursday of the month at 6pm at the Arlene Francis Center, 99 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, CA

Guest Links:  www.safeaccessnow.org


Music Break: Simple Song of Freedom, Bobby Darin’s song performed by The Voices of East Harlem

Guest 2:  Jane Klein talks of her support of her husband Ed Rosenthal in their 30-year marriage, and the stressfull time in 2003 when she was a mother of teenagers and Ed was charged and convicted of marijuana distribution by the U.S. Federal Government. The sentencing became a national spectacle as the jurors came forward to complain that all information concerning California state’s medical marijuana law was withheld from them, including that the City of Oakland appointed Ed to set up their medical marijuana municipal program. As a result of the public uproar, Ed was only sentenced to time served in stead of facing many years in prison.
Jane also encouraged attending the special event raising money for Seva Foundations’s work, especially in Nepal after this last devastating earthquake. The event is Wavy Gravy’s 79th Birthday Party at the Sonoma Mountain Event Center on May 17th 3 – 10 pm.  Visit the Seva site for more information.

Guest Link: www.quicktrading.com Ed and Jane’s site for Ed Rosenthal’s books on the cultivation and medical forms of marijuana