Women’s Space Radio Show with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Katherine J. Rinehart on the Sonoma County Historical & Genealogy Library and Audriana Jones on the St. Vincent de Paul Free Dining Room in Santa Rosa’s Railroad Square, has been uploaded to the web archive. The show was recorded, broadcast in the North Bay and streamed worldwide over Radio KBBF 89.1 FM on Monday 12/9/19 at 11 AM (repeats at 11 PM on KBBF) and repeat broadcast in Petaluma and streamed worldwide over Radio KPCA 103.3 FM on Wednesday 12/11/19 at 11 AM.
Listen to the show at:
Sonoma County History & Geneology Library
St. Vincent de Paul Free Community Dining Room in Santa Rosa
1. Katherine J. Rinehart, Manager, Sonoma County History & Genealogy Library,
2. Audriana Jones, Manager, Free Community Dining Room of St. Vincent de Paul at Santa Rosa’s Railroad Square
Our Featured Guests
1. Katherine J. Rinehart talks of the stories of Sonoma County residents collected at the History and Geneology Library of the Sonoma County Library System. She announces a special free event on Monday, December 16, 2019, 7 – 8:30 PM,to kickoff the Library’s celebration of the Women’s Suffrage Centennial, Meet the Author Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, editor of the Women’s Suffrage Movement. Dr. Wagner has brought attention to the influence of Native American women in the Women’s Suffrage Movement with her book Sisters in Spirit.
About our Guest: Katherine J. Rinehart received a MA in History from Sonoma State University in 1994. For the past 21 years, Ms. Rinehart has worked in various positions within the fields of Cultural Resource Management and Historic Preservation and is currently employed by the Sonoma County Library where she has worked in the Sonoma County History and Genealogy Department since 2002. In addition to managing an important Sonoma County Library special collection, Katherine oversees the Sonoma County Archive. Ms. Rinehart is the author of Petaluma: A History in Architecture, an occasional contributor the Press Democrat and is proud to be a Petaluma Good Egg.
Location of the History and Genealogy Library: 725 3rd Street, Santa Rosa, CA
Guest Event Link, Monday, December 16, 2019, 7 – 8:30 PM, Meet the Author Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, editor of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, Central Library
Third and E streets, Santa Rosa : www.bohemian.com/northbay/meet-the-author-dr-sally-roesch-wagner/Event?oid=9474150
fb event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2599054523544149/
2. Audriana Jones shares her path to helping those less fortunate as manager of the St. Vincent de Paul Community Kitchen and Free Dining Room in Santa Rosa’s Railroad Square at 610 Wilson Street. Everyday wholesome meals are prepared and served on 200 to 300 trays from 11:20 AM to 12:20 PM to homeless people with the help of many volunteers and those doing court mandated community service. Audriana talks of her spiritual practice to keep herself centered and her mind reset everyday to meet each day’s challenges, understanding her emotional capacity, while helping to fulfill some of the needs of others.
About our Guest: Audriana Jones works for St Vincent de Paul’s Community Kitchen and helps implement the tasks needed to serve 200-300 trays of a well balanced meal a day offered for free in Railroad Square in Santa Rosa. She has a passion for nutrition that battles the elements and dreams of a world where the homeless problem is exponentially less. After switching careers to helping the homeless, she has been motivated to talk for and protect those who are treated badly by the system and the increasingly harsh elements. She is also on the board of the Peace and Justice Center in Santa Rosa to obtain connections and resources for the community.
Guest Link: The Society of St. Vincent de Paul
District Council of Sonoma County https://www.svdp-sonoma.org/
Read about the The SVdP-Sonoma Community Kitchen Free Dining Room https://www.svdp-sonoma.org/our-services
Peace and Justice Center of Sonoma County www.pjcsoco.org
December 9, 2002 – Award-winning ABC News journalist, Michele Norris, becomes the first African American female regular co-host of National Public Radio’s news magazine, All Things Considered, she stepped down in 2012.
December 10, 1869 – Wyoming is the first territory to give women the right to vote.
December 10, 1938 – Pearl S. Buck receives the Nobel Prize for Literature for The Good Earth.
Monday, December 16, 2019, 7 – 8:30 PM, Meet the Author Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, editor of the Women’s Suffrage Movement – an intersectional anthology of works by known and unknown women that shaped and established the suffrage movement. Sonoma County Library downtown Santa Rosa kickoffs its celebration of the Women’s Suffrage Centennial. Free and Open to the Public. Central Library
Third and E streets, Santa Rosa, Event Link: https://www.bohemian.com/northbay/meet-the-author-dr-sally-roesch-wagner/Event?oid=9474150
The NOW 2020 Woman Suffrage Centennial Calendar is available. Suggested donation $15. Contact NOW Sonoma at info@NOWSonoma.org
Saturday, January 25, 2020, Building Neighborhood Power, presented by Santa Rosa Together, Santa Rosa Housing for All, The Sonoma Intersections Coaltion and the City of Santa Rosa. Join neighbors as we begin defining the types of services, structures and support we want in our neighborhood. With well-defined neighborhood visions, we can better help policymakers and developers deliver the neighborhoods of our dreams! We will be led by world-renown community builder, Jim Diers, the former Dir. of the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and Professor at the University of Washington’s Asset-Based Community Development Institute. Eventbrite link.
The Woman in Your Life is You by Alix Dobkin from the album Living with Lavender Jane (Women’s Wax Works) – www.alixdobkin.com
Library Magic sung by The Head and the Heart from the album Signs of Life (2016 Warner Records)
Bread and Roses sung by Bobbie McGee from the album Classic Labor Songs from Smithsonian Folkways (2006 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings)
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