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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guest Lilith Rogers on Rachel Carson Returns and Elaine’s Commentary on the $93 Billion War budget, broadcast on 6/1/15, has been added to the Radio Archives.


To listen to the 59-minute recording click the link to the archive page above.

  –> Featuring Guest:

1. Lilith Rogers,  Author, Actress, Rachel Carson Returns
2.  Commentary on the host’s Letter to the Editor of the Press Democrat


Women’s Spaces presents:  Iron Jawed Angels Film Showing in Santa Rosa at the KBBF Hall on Wednesday June 24, 2015.

Click here for the YouTube short clip of Hilary Swank, Jennifer O’Connor and Julia Ormond talk about the importance of the HBO film
Iron Jawed Angel.

Music Break: Click here for the YouTube short clip of the Iron Jawed Angel scene when in a hunger strike the jailed women sing Let the Circle Be Unbroken

Guest 1: Lilith Rogers announces the next presentation of her one-woman play Rachel Carson Returns at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Petaluma from noon-3 on Saturday June 6, 2015 and how she was inspired to write the play.

Guest Links: Rachel Carson Returns event brochure pdf

Contact Lilith at : rachelcarsonreturns@gmail.com

Music Break: Masters of War a Bob Dylan song sung by Julie Felix

2.  Commentary on the host’s
Letter to the Editor of the Press Democrat, published  Friday May 22, 2015:

Misplaced priorities

EDITOR: What? Ninety-three billion dollars allocated for the military in the so-called balanced budget? Who are we as a nation? Are we a nation that values life or promotes death?

Recognize who is going to suffer — our children and their future. What will they inherit? Endless wars, disease epidemics due to lack of medical care for all, under-education due to the trashing of public education, hunger as food prices rise and food stamps are cut for those who need a boost and, sadly, the elderly sleeping on the streets because Social Security has been destroyed?

Wait a minute. We are fighting for the fetus and, at the same time, killing children already born in other countries and on the streets of U.S., and it is all justified and budgeted.

It is interesting listening to candidates who let us know how they support the military and agree with the cutting of social services. Oops, be careful. I forgot social services means socialism. A good slogan this election cycle: profits over humanity.

I ask again, are we a nation that values life or promotes death?


Santa Rosa

Music Break:  Universal Solider Buffy St. Marie

Take the Women’s Spaces Pledge!

Lyn Cessna, Women’s Spaces intern, speaks about the Pledge’s influence on her life.

Music Break:  Strong Woman Song – Lisa Muswagon and Raven Hart-Bellecourt

Women Spirit Performed by Karen Drucker