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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guest Dr. Harriet Fraad, Psychotherapist and Author, on economic policies and women’s well-being,  broadcast on 2/8/2016, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA160208.html

Featuring Guests:

1. Dr. Harriet Fraad ,  Psychotherapist, Author, feminist and founding member of the journal Rethinking Marxism

Announcements

Black History Month: We present today’s featured biography on Ida B. Wells

Podcast Break: Ida B Wells – Anti-Lynching Crusader & –  short biography (on YouTube)

Music Break: Buddy Can You Spare a Dime  performed by Judy Collins (on YouTube)

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       Economic Policies and Women’s Well-Being

Guest 1.   Dr. Harriet Fraad, Psychotherapist, Author, discusses economic impacts on women from policy decisions since 1970,  She shares how egalitarian ideals had also to develop into behaviours in her own home with her husband of 50 years, the economist Dr. Richard Wolff.

Dr. Fraad announces an upcoming visit to Sonoma, California this Sunday February 14 for a Praxis Institute event called

Economy and Psychology: Real Depressions, Real Solutions

Together with Economist Richard Wolff, she will discuss how economic policies impact our psychological and social well-being. Those who have heard Wolff speak at the Praxis event last year, or who listen to his radio show, know how compelling and thorough his analysis is. The addition of Fraad in this presentation makes the appropriate connections between the well-being of a society — both on an individual and social level — with the economic paradigm in place. This will be a unique presentation.

Praxis Institute event on Sunday February 14, 2016 at 2:00 pm
Vintage House, 264 First St. East, Sonoma
Tickets: $15 – Purchase online or at the door.
Click to register and purchase tickets and/or dvd recording http://www.praxispeace.org/events.php

Guest Link:  www.harrietfraad.com
hfraad@aol.com

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Music Break: Break the Chain
Produced by Eve Ensler and V-Day, directed by Tony Stroebel, written and produced by Tena Clark with music by Tena Clark and Tim Heintz, and featuring dancer and choreographer Debbie Allen. (on YouTube)

Also this coming Sunday:

One Billion Rising 2016