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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guest Tamara Klamner of SEVA Foundation and Helen Caldicott MD on our “sleepwalking toward annihilation”, broadcast on 6/8/15, has been added to the Radio Archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA150608.html

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

Featuring Guest:

1. Tamara Klamner ,  Event Producer, Tapistry Productions, and the SEVA Foundation
2.  Dr. Helen Caldicott , MD, Author and activist  on nuclear and environmental dangers.

Announcements

Women’s Spaces presents:  Iron Jawed Angels Film Showing in Santa Rosa at the KBBF Hall on Wednesday June 24, 2015 at 6:30 pm, 1700 Corby Ave, Suite B, Santa Rosa, CA 95407

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.

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

Music Break: Shooting Star, Chris Williamson (from the CD album The Changer and the Changed) © 2005.

Guest 1:Tamara Klamner talks of her production work with the Seva Foundation and her own companty Tapestry Productions.  Her last event celebrating Wavy Gravy’s 79th birthday in Rohnert Park raised over $160,000 for the SEVA Foundation, that restores sight to the blind in Nepal since 1979.  SEVA Foundation also raised over $800,000 for relief from the large earthquake that recently hit Nepal.

Guest Links: The SEVA Foundation www.seva.org

http://tapestryproductions.net/


Music Break: Sister, Chris Williamson (from the CD album The Changer and the Changed) © 2005.

2.  Helen Caldicott, MD, in a prerecorded interview on 6/.3/15, talks o f her research on the damage to human cells from ionizing radiation, made more prevalent by the nuclear energy and war industry. She discusses the ongoing pollution of the air and water and land by the Fukushima melt down of 3 reactors in March 2011. Dr. Caldicott decries the fact that 52% of the world’s population are women and they have failed to stop the suicidal course of the men, “sleepwalking toward annihilation.”

Guest Link:  http://helencaldicottfoundation.org/