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Women’s Spaces Radio Show with host Elaine B. Holtz and her commentary in word and music on these times, recorded on 6/18/18, has been uploaded to the web archives. The show was recorded, broadcast and streamed over Radio KBBF 89.1 FM in the NorthBay on Monday 6/18/18 and repeat broadcast and streamed over Radio KPCA 103.3 FM in Petaluma on Tuesday 6/19/18.

and her commentary in word and music on these times

The link to the show’s archive webpage is

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA180618.html

Announcements    (See Links below)

Featured

1. Elaine B. Holtzltz , Co-Producer, Host, Women’s Spaces

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1. Elaine B. Holtz comments on the times through word accompanied by her favorite songs, including a report on the 48th annual Juneteenth Festival in Santa Rosa that occurred on Saturday June 16. and which she helped produce this year. This is a great event to help rid one of stereotypes often created in childhood and reinforced in our daily life by people acting unconsciously with the beliefs and resulting judgments of one another. Elaine reads the testimony of Senator Merkley who visited a federal ICE detention center for children. The cruelty and harm due to separation of children from their parents at our borders seeking asylum from violence in their country calls for spiritual warriors, people of conscience. Elaine reminds us that we stand on the shoulders of women who dared to rally for women’s sufferage and rights, and that the National Women’s History Project (www.nwhp.org) was founded in our own Sonoma County. The reminders are necessary as we see in our county that in the last election on June 5 that only 26% of registered voters actually voted, and only 22% statewide in California. Unions and working together against war are also commented on.

About our Host:  I want to tell you a little about myself, kind of a bio like I do with my guests. Well I was born in 1940 in East Los Angeles to a Jewish Family. I lived in a sheltered environment of religion and tradition. My Grandmother Rose Dorfman was very Orthodox and we celebrated every Jewish Holiday Possible. After I graduated High School at eighteen I went on to live in New York for over four years, met my first husband there and we had one child Susan who gave me two grandchildren and now I will be a Great Grandmother in Sept. In 1970 I went back to school and went on to get a Masters Degree in Education and retired in the 2003 as a Corporate Sales Manager. After retirement I went back to being an activist. Had a television show and now have been with KBBF for the past five + years.

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Announcement Links

Juneteenth Festival 2018 on June 16th highlights

 

Miss Sonoma County Tyler-Avery Lewis with Elaine B. Holtz as she takes the Women's Spaces Pledge

Miss Sonoma County Tyler-Avery Lewis with Elaine B. Holtz as she takes the Women’s Spaces Pledge at the Santa Rosa Juneteenth Festival on June 16, 2018.

Elaine says: “What a joy it was listening to this young woman repeat the words after me. This is what my life is about. Share the Pledge with your friends and make the pledge every day – it appears on the right margin of every page on our website womensspaces.com and can be downloaded.”

You can view a photo album that the City of Santa Rosa Community Engagements posted on their facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/communityengagementsr/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1885858734778423

Unshackled scene performed on Juneteenth 6/16/2018

Scene from the stageplay Unschackled performed on the 6/16/18 Juneteenth Festival in Santa Rosa. Photo by Santa Rosa Community Engagement.

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Music Selections:

The Opening and Closing Theme song is with permission of the Composer and Singer Alix Dobkin: The Woman in Your Life is You by Alix Dobkin from the album Living with Lavender Jane (Women’s Wax Works) – www.alixdobkin.com

Brother Warrior sung by Sherry Austin from the Album: Love Still Remains  (Barking Topiary)

Standing on the Shoulders by Earth Mama from the Album: Love Large (Rouse House, LLC)

Which Side Are You On by Bev Grant from the album We were there, songs of Women’s Labor History (2002 Human Condition Music)

Masters of War sung by Tatiana Moroz from the album Love and Liberty (2012 Tatiana Moroz)

Link to Spinitron.com Playlist of the Women’s Spaces Show