Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz andguests Cami Courtright on Sonoma Solidarity with Standing Rock and Mara Ventura on North Bay Jobs with Justice, broadcast on 5/22/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz andguests Cami Courtright on Sonoma Solidarity with Standing Rock and Mara Ventura on North Bay Jobs with Justice, broadcast on 5/22/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170522.html

Announcements and Commentary

Featured Guests

1. Cami Courtright, Sonoma Solidarity with Standing Rock

2. Mariela (Mara) Ventura, Lead Organizer of North Bay Jobs with Justice

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1.   Cami Courtright shares her journey to active involvement with drawing attention to the Standing Rock movement to protect the water and Native American Tribal rights. She brings us up to date with the move to encourage banks and other investments tools to divest from the Dakota Access Pipe Line (DAPL) venture that is causing the environmental damage and potentially much more to major water sources.

About our First Guest:  Cami Courtright obtained her master’s degree in sociology with an emphasis in gender and cultural studies. In 2000 she volunteered at a Women’s Health Education Resource Center on a Native American reservation in South Dakota. She also has worked in a women’s shelter for abused women on a reservation and in the area of alcohol and drug addiction with various populations including working with Native American women. Cami currently works as a behaviorist for a progressive agency which serves the special needs population. Additionally she has written a humorous blog about her home town (Sebastopol) and recently was invited to be a columnist for Sonoma West Times

Guest Links: Sonoma Solidarity with Standing Rock: (to Facebook page)

The talk that Chase Iron Eyes gave at the SRJC last April 2017 (to YouTube page):

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2. Mara Ventura describes the mission of Jobs with Justice and how she rose to the leadership position in the local North Bay chapter. She updates us with recent achievements in the current Good Jobs and Zero Waste Campaign, including the signing of a Teamster Union Contract with the Ratto Group providing Recycle and Waste Services to Santa Rosa.

About our Second Guest: Mariela (Mara) Ventura hails equally from both coasts but has spent the last 10 years organizing on immigration, education, and worker’s rights in the Pacific Northwest. Born in Colombia and brought here as an infant, Mara is a proud queer immigrant and very actively involved in her community. Mara has her BA in Sociology and is deeply committed to social justice and grassroots direct-action organizing. As the lead organizer for North Bay Jobs with Justice, Mara spends the majority of her time helping build a bridge between issues the community is addressing and fights workers are having to win improvements in their workplaces/industries.

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Music Selections:

For Those Who Dream by Joanne Shandoah and Paul Orgega, from the album Songs of Native American Women  (Canyon Records)

We Were There
by Bev Grant
from the album Songs of Women’s Labor History (Human Condition Music)

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guest Dr. Harriet Fraad on Mothers Day origins and current motherhood in the USA, broadcast on 5/15/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guest Dr. Harriet Fraad on Mothers Day origins and current motherhood in the USA, broadcast on 5/15/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170515.html

Announcements and Commentary

Featuring Guest

1. Dr. Harriet Fraad, Psychothrerapist, Author,  Feminist

About our Guest:  Dr. Harriet Fraad, Ed.D, is a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist in private practice in New York City. She is a founding member of the feminist movement and the journal Rethinking Marxism. For 40 years, she has been a radical committed to transforming US personal and political life. She writes regularly for Truthout, and journals such as Tikkun, and The Journal of Psychohistory. Her latest book written with Richard Wolff and Stephen Resnick is Class Struggle on the Home Front (Palgrave 2009). She writes a blog called Economy and Society with Richard D. Wolff that appears on her website, harrietfraad.com, and the website of Richard Wolff, RDWolff.com. Her newest publication is an essay written with Tess Fraad-Wolff, Imagine Personal and Sexual Life Under Socialism which appears in the forthcoming book Imagine Socialism in the USA (Harper Collins, 2013).

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1.  Guest Dr. Harriet Fraad highlights some of the original ideas of Julia Ward Howe on Mother Day, as well as those of other women activists at the time. Dr. Fraad then talks about the current situation of mothers in the USA and the mixed messages of the worth of the mother by policy makers who make it difficult for mother’s to nurture their children with decreasing income and social resources.  The effect on men is also discussed.

Guest Links: www.harrietfraad.com

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Music Selections:

No Charge by Melba Montgomery, from the album Country Classics released in 1994 – 18 Country Classics (KTEL)

Julia Ward Howe Mothers Day Proclamation recited by Ghizela Rowe, from the album Mother’s Day No. 2 (Prime Music)

My Yiddisha Momme by Sophie Tucker, from the album Shalom Music of the Jewish People (Compendia)

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Annie Dobbs-Kramer on Measure C and Susan Lamont on Police Brutality Coalition and IOLERO, broadcast on 5/1/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Annie Dobbs-Kramer on Measure C and Susan Lamont on Police Brutality Coalition and IOLERO, broadcast on 5/1/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170501.html

Featuring First Guest
1. Annie Dobbs-Kramer, Voter Engagement Community Organizer, North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP), City of Santa Rosa Rent Stablization Measure C

2.  Announcements and Commentary

Featuring Second Guest
3. Susan Lamont , Co-Founder, Police Brutality Coalition – Sonoma County

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1.  Guest Annie Dobbs-Kramer talks about Measure C submitted for the June Ballot by the City of Santa Rosa on Rent Stabilization. “No on Measure C” has been headlined by six large mailers to date, which indicates a lot of money behind stopping this Measure. Do renters often holding many jobs to make the rent and food each month have the time or money to support ads for Measure C?
NBOP states on their website About Us:  We are a power organization. works – in collaboration with working people, congregations, environmentalists, neighborhood organizations, young Latino professionals, youth who are eager to lead, but lack venues, progressive organizations, immigrant rights organizations and unions – we seek effective ways to address the divide. We know that no matter how hard poor people work without organizing for structural change the conditions that keep them poor will continue.”

Guest Links: http://northbayop.org

https://www.fairandaffordablesantarosa.com

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2. Announcements and Commentary by Elaine B. Holtz on the Science Marches and the Climate Marches the end of April.

I want to do a shout out to Amy Goodman and her crew at Democracy Now they had two five hour specials covering the marches in Washington DC – April 22, 2017 – Earth Day March for Science and on April 29, 2017 – the People’s Climate March – the website is https://www.democracynow.org/
I watched both specials and I was so inspired I want to share it with my listeners. I felt like I was part of a greater community and got to see how committed people are to making change. I was also so inspired that I saw so many young people involved and knew that as a Grandmother I must reach out in solidarity.
I had an epiphany at the Saturday Rally and March: El Pueblo Unido: People’s March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate. I attended in Santa Rosa. A shout out to all those who helped put it together, a lot of work and commitment. As Grandmothers we must speak out. As mothers we must speak out, as women we must speak out. No matter if you have children or not the great spirit endowed us with the ability to bring forth life and we are not protesting, we are not protesting. We are protecting. Protecting the future of the children of this planet, of the greatest mother of us all earth itself.

Commentary Link:
https://www.indivisiblesoco.com/events/2017/4/29/peoples-climate-march

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3.  Guest Susan Lamont Susan updates us on the petition she  co-authored to the Board of Supervisors of Sonoma County and to the city councils in the county titled: It Won’t Happen Here – Sonoma County Resistance to the Trump Agenda. Susan talks about the forming Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach (IOLERO)out of the killing of 13-year old Andy Lopez by Sheriff Deputy Gelhof in October 2013 after 3 years of community voluntary engagement to press for oversight of the Sheriff’s Office.  Susan will discuss the firing of a local activist Attorney Alicia Ramon who was selected to serve as Chairperson of the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) but  was “fired” by the IOLERO Director Jerry Threet last month.

Guest Link: Police Brutality Coalition fb page: https://www.facebook.com/PBCSonomaCounty/

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Music Selections:

We are the World sung by The Countdown Kids from Rock & Roll Kids-Vol.3 (Suite 102)

The Times They are a Changing performed by Brothers and Sisters (music and lyrics by Bob Dylan), from Dylan’s Gospel (Epic)

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Joy Regan on Women Walking Parnters and Barbara Moulton on Citizens’ Climate Lobby and upcoming Climate Marches , broadcast on 4/24/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests  Joy Regan on Women Walking Parnters and Barbara Moulton on Citizens’ Climate Lobby and upcoming Climate Marches , broadcast on 4/24/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170424.html

The show began today with
Announcements

followed by
Commentary by Elaine B. Holtz and then her featured Guests

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Featuring Guests:

1. Joy Regan, Founder, WomenWalking: Walking Partners for Women

2.  Barbara Moulton , Citizens Climate Lobby Volunteer  and Co-leader

Guest  1.  Joy Regan started her company, WomenWalking: Walking Partners for Women, because of her life and work experiences: as a mediator, a single parent and the desire for community connection. As a single mom, Joy and her kids moved to a town where they didn’t know anyone. Working, getting home tired, parenting her kids, Joy wanted friends which motivated her to begin Women Walking. Joy loves to share what she’s learned about walking, listening, connection and the joy of being in community with women. WomenWalking is the “get outside to walk” movement of and for women who want to walk with one walking partner.

Guest Link: http://womenwalking.net

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Guest 2.  Barbara Moulton is a volunteer with and Co-leader of Citizens’ Climate Lobby–Santa Rosa chapter. In the early 2000’s, she started biking for transportation out of an ever-increasing concern about global warming and fossil fuel pollution. She served on the board of the Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition for a couple of years, and has served on the Santa Rosa Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board since 2009. In 2013 Barbara and her husband Tom Helm, now both retired, discovered Citizens’ Climate Lobby, which is working towards passing Carbon Fee & Dividend legislation at the national level. Citizens’ Climate Lobby is now her main focus. Barbara encourages folks to check out the actions of the local chapters of Citizenss’ Climate Lobby.  Barbara will be marching in the upcoming People’s Climate March this Saturday. Check for a march near you to participate in.

Guest Link: http://citizensclimatelobby.org/chapters/CA_Santa_Rosa/

Guest Event: Saturday, April 29. People’s Climate Marches listing North SF Bay

Santa Rosa People’s Climate/ El Pueblo Unidos March https://actionnetwork.org/events/el-pueblo-unidos-peoples-march
Saturday, April 29. Gather at 12 noon at Roseland Plaza (next to Dollar Tree). March through downtown Santa Rosa to City Hall parking lot
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Music Selections:

We are the World sung by The Countdown Kids from Rock & Roll Kids-Vol.3 (Suite 102)

Colors of the Wind sung by Vanessa Williams from The Magic of Disney (EMI TV)

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz commenting on the use of “Mother” to refer to the MOAB bomb and guests Marjorie Helm on the upcoming Petaluma Community Engagement Fair on May 7 and Dr. Amanda Morrison on the upcoming We the Future Social Justice Conference on April 28, broadcast on 4/17/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz commenting on the use of “Mother” to refer to the MOAB bomb and guests Marjorie Helm on the upcoming Petaluma Community Engagement Fair on May 7 and Dr. Amanda Morrison on the upcoming We the Future Social Justice Conference on April 28, broadcast on 4/17/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170417.html

The show began today with
Announcements

followed by
Commentary by Elaine B. Holtz and then her featured Guests:

Commentary: The use of “Mother-of-all-bombs” to describe the 11-ton MOAB  (officially Massive Ordnance Air Blast) is an affront on all mothers.

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Featuring Guests:

1. Marjorie Helm, LCSW, Co-organizer, First annual Petaluma Community Engagement Fair

2.  Dr. Amanda Morrison ,Coordinator of SRJC Petaluma’s Intercultural Center and Chair of North Bay Organizing Project’s Education Justice Task Force

Guest  1.  Marjorie Helm talks about what led her to her involvement in planning the First annual Petaluma Community Engagement Fair to happen on May 7, 2017.  Margie is politically active in Petaluma and co-founded a cross-cultural celebration of El Dia de los Muertos now entering its 17th year. She was honored 2 years ago as Social Worker of the year for Sonoma County and 6 years ago as Petaluma Citizen of the Year. Ms. Helm came out of retirement after the election to work preserving and protecting human rights.
She is a founding member of the Petaluma Community Relations Council (PCRC) and Co-coordinator with her husband Chip Atkins of the Petaluma Community Engagement Fair to occur Sunday May 7, 12:00pm – 4:00pm. It is FREE.
PCRC and other co-sponsors are bringing together local community groups, faith based organizations and nonprofits, with volunteers and activists to encourage, celebrate and increase civic engagement in Petaluma.

Guest Event Link:   Petaluma Community Engagement Fair fb Event page May 7th

Guest Link: Petaluma Community Relations Council petalumacrc.org

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Guest 2.  Dr. Amanda Morrison went to high school at Santa Rosa High, college at UC Santa Cruz, and completed a doctorate in cultural anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin, which includes degree specializations in Mexican American Studies and popular culture studies. She has taught ethnic studies and anthropology classes at UC Berkeley, UC Davis, and Sonoma State University. In addition to her academic work, she has published articles on popular music and the arts in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, the Oakland Tribune, and other newspapers. She recently took a full-time position as Coordinator of SRJC Petaluma’s Intercultural Center which is known as “Our House.” Her passion is helping facilitate deep conversations about race and inequality. To this end, Dr. Amanda Morrison has begun advocating for more ethnic studies classes at SRJC and, in her work as Chair of North Bay Organizing Project’s Education Justice Task Force, she’s involved in the campaign to push for ethnic studies in local middle and high schools. Amanda announces the upcoming We the Future Social Justice Conference at the SRJC Petaluma campus on Friday April 28, 2017 from 8am to 6pm.

Guest Link: https://petaluma.santarosa.edu/our-house-intercultural-center

Guest Event:  Registration https://wethefuture.santarosa.edu
This day-long conference aims to raise consciousness and inspire action, reflected in its inaugural theme, “Get Woke Stay Woke.” For those feeling the call toward political action, the conference offers an opportunity to build solidarity among activists of color, working-class folks, interfaith allies, feminists, members of the LGBTQI community, immigrants and the undocumented, labor organizers, and environmentalists whose diverse work is united by a desire to build a more just, humane world.

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Music Selections:

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

Get Together sung by the Indio Girls, music and lyrics by Chet Powers, originally recorded by the Kingston Trio   from the album Strange Fire (CBS Records, Inc label)

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz commenting on the rift at Sonoma County IOLERO CAC and guests Janeen Murray on GoLocal and Kathlieen Riley Bennett on the American Association of Universtiy Women, broadcast on 4/10/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz commenting on the rift at Sonoma County IOLERO CAC and guests Janeen Murray on GoLocal and Kathlieen Riley Bennett on the American Association of Universtiy Women, broadcast on 4/10/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170410.html

The show began today with
Announcements

followed by
Commentary by Elaine B. Holtz and then her featured Guests:

The Sonoma County Independent Office of Law Enforcement and Outreach (IOLERO) is assisited by the Community Advisory Committee in the handling of complaints against the Sheriff’s Office.  A recent CAC disagreement with the Director met with the dismissal of the Committee President Alicia Ramon by the Director of IOLERO, Jerry Threet, causing distrust to arise among those advocating for better community relations with the Sheriff. Elaine reads remarks that she made at the IOLERO-CAC meeting last Monday 4/3/17. IOLERO and its CAC were set up by the County in response to the Sonoma County Sheriff Deputy killing of an unarmed 13-year old boy Andy Lopez, on which many shows of Women Spaces have dealt with in interviews.

Commentary Link:  http://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Community-Advisory-Council/

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Featuring Guests:

1. Janeen Murray, Co-Manager, Sonoma County GoLocal

2.  Kathleen Riley Bennett , Public Policy Chair,Santa Rosa Chapter, American Association of University Women (AAUW)

Guest  1.  Janeen Murray gives us an update on the progress GoLocal has made in the Sonoma County market and in educating the consumers. Janeen serves as the representative of GoLocal on The Sonoma County Food System Alliance (SCFSA), and she talks about the benefits gained through the Made Local  campaign to the SCFSA.

Guest Link:   https://sonomacounty.golocal.coop

Guest Link: Made Local Magazine https://madelocalmagazine.com

Guest Link: SCFSA http://sonomacofsa.org

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Guest 2. Kathleen Riley Bennett talks about the benefits of belonging to the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and the local gatherings the AAUW facilitates, including book readings, which is she likes as a former librarian and radio broadcast reader for the blind.

Music Selections:

Rise Up by Andrea Day from the album Cheers to the Fall

Ain’t Gonna Let No One Turn Me Around sung by Lydia Violet from the album Already Free

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz commenting on defunding of Planned Parenthood and rift at Sonoma County IOLERO CAC and guest Jerilyn Stapleton on NOW National Organization for Women in California, broadcast on 4/3/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz commenting on defunding of Planned Parenthood and rift at Sonoma County IOLERO CAC and guest Jerilyn Stapleton on NOW National Organization for Women in California, broadcast on 4/3/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170403.html

he show began today with
Announcements
followed by
Commentary by Elaine B. Holtz on two issues:

1.  Defunding of Planned Parenthood through Vice-President Pence’s vote to break the tie in the U.S. Senate.

2. The Sonoma County Independent Office of Law Enforcement and Outreach (IOLERO) is assisited by the Community Advisory Committee in the handling of complaints against the Sheriff’s Office.  A recent CAC disagreement with the Director met with the  dismissal of the Committee President Alicia Ramon by the Director of IOLERO, Jerry Threet, causing distrust to arise among those advocating for better community relations with the Sheriff.
Commentary Link:  http://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Community-Advisory-Council/

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Featuring Guests:

1. Jerilyn Stapleton, President, CA State Region, NOW National Organzation of Women

Guest  1.  Jerilyn Stapleton was already a union activist working on wages, working conditions and the image of women and minorities in film and TV as Co-Chair of the AFTRA Women’s Committee when she joined the Los Angeles Chapter of NOW. She founded the Hollywood Chapter of NOW and is at present the President of the California NOW coordinating the chapters in the state.  Jerilyn talks about the history of NOW and the present issues facing women.

Guest Link:   http://canow.org

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Music Selections:

Hey Mr. Politician by Ellen Bukstel (CD) from her album Daddy’s Little Girl http://ellenbukstel.com/music/

Everybody Knows by Concrete Blond (Lyrics and Music by Leonard Cohen)

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Connie Codding on Planned Parenthood and Dotty LeMeiux on Women Campaigning, broadcast on 3/27/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Connie Codding on Planned Parenthood and Dotty LeMeiux on Women Campaigning, broadcast on 3/27/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170327.html

Featuring Guests:

1. Connie Codding, Board member of Planned Parenthood Shasta Pacific Board of Advocates, Executive Vice President of Codding Enterprises

2. Dotty LeMeiux , Founder, Greendog Campaigns

Announcements
(see Coming Events below)

Guest  1.  Connie Codding shares how she as a mother began her interest in and support of Planned Parenthod, and how important girls and young women learn that the right to choose on matters concerning her body was won only after a long struggle and not to be taken for granted.

Guest Links:
Planned-Parenthood-northern-california

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Guest 2.   Dotty LeMeiux has led many campaigns for public office and share the biggest obstacle to winning for a woman is for her to choose to run.  Now is the time for potential candidates to make their decision to run for the 2018 election.

Guest Link: www.greendogcampaigns.com
Email Dotty LeMeiux: coastlaw@earthlink.net
Guest Link:  When Women Run, Women Win Article by Dotty LeMeiux

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National Women’s History Project Link:

http://www.nwhp.org/

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Announced Coming Events::

Friday, March 31, 2017 The Elected Women’s Luncheon of the Marin Women’s PAC
The Club at McInnis, 350 Smith Ranch Road, San Rafael, CA 94903
Doors open at 11:30AM, Luncheon at Noon.
http://mwpac.org/

The Luncheon features guest speaker, Libby Schaaf, Mayor of Oakland, as keynote speaker. Kimberly Ellis, former Executive Director of EMERGE and candidate for Chair of the California Democratic Party. Also speaking is Rachel E. Hundley, Mayor of the City of Sonoma.  The luncheon will also honor young women student leaders from local high schools and colleges.

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Music Selections:

Hey Mr. Politician by Ellen Bukstel (CD) from her album Daddy’s Little Girl http://ellenbukstel.com/music/

Halleluiah by Tori Kelly (Lyrics and Music by Leonard Cohen)

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Vesta Copestakes on Community and Conversation and Zoe Nicholson on the Suffragette Miss Alice Paul , broadcast on 3/20/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Vesta Copestakes on Community and Conversation and Zoe Nicholson on the Suffragette Miss Alice Paul , broadcast on 3/20/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170320.html

Featuring Guests:

1. Vesta Copestakes, Publisher/Editor, Sonoma County Gazette

2. Zoe Nicholson , Author, Producer, Miss Alice Paul – Heart of an Activist and The Hungry Heart – A Woman’s Fast for Justice

Announcements
(see Coming Events below)

Guest  1.  Vesta Copestakes discusses the need for communication with each other over community issues and realize the importance of passing the need for vigilant protection of hard gained rights for women to the new generations who may assume that such rights were always present.

Guest Link:   www.sonomacountygazette.com

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Guest 2.   Zoe Nicholson talks about her act of fasting for 37 days in Springfield, Illinoiss in support of the Equal Rights Amendment in 1982 and how it helped her to understand the soul committment of Alice Paul to the Women’s Suffrage Movement one hundred years ago.  Zoe talks about Alice Paul’s unwavering passion for Equality under the Law.  Zoe has produced an interactive website devoted to Miss Alice Paul to help the overcome the censorship of her contributions to the furthering of women;s rights from history books by rival political factions.

Guest Link:

www.lunesoleilpress.com/the-hungry-heart-a-womans-fast-for-justice.html
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www.missalicepaul.com
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National Women’s History Project Link:  http://www.nwhp.org/

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Announced Coming Events::

Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 4pm to 6pm: Women in Politics in Sonoma County,, Carpenters Hall, 1700 Corby Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA

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Music Selections:

We were there by Bev Grant

Which Side are You On by Bev Grant

www.bevgrant.com

Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Alicia Sanchez on International Women’s Day March and Martha Wheelock on her film Inez Milholland, broadcast on 3/13/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

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Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Alicia Sanchez on International Women’s Day March and Martha Wheelock on her film Inez Milholland, broadcast on 3/13/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

http://www.womensspaces.com/ArchiveWSKBBF/WSA170313.html

Original Radio Show  ID:
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Featuring Guests:

1. Alicia Sanchez, President, Board of Directors, Radio KBBF

2. Martha Wheelock , Producer and Director of the film Inez Milholland; Member, Board of Directors, National Women’s History Project

Announcements
(see Coming Events below)

Remembering Lady LIberty, Mother of Exiles, and her poetess Emma Lazarus, whose poem The New Colossus helped raise money for the Statue of Liberty.

Guest  1.  Alicia Sancez reports on the Day Without Women March in Santa Rosa on International Women’s Day of March 7th and puts it into perspective of many decades of struggle for women’s rights, civil rights and workers’ rights. Alicia, as President of the Radio KBBF Board of Directors,  announces an event Immigration Forum on Saturday March 18th, noon – 4pm at the Carpenter’s Hall next to the Radio KBBF studio at 1799 Corby Ave, Santa Rosa, CA

Guest Link:  www.kbbf-fm.org

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Guest 2.   Martha Wheelock is a writer, producter, film director and efducator.  Her latest film is a portrait of the suffrage martyr, Inez Milholland, famous for her rallying appearance at the women suffrage marches on her white horse.  Martha is making the video available for Women’s Spaces listeners at her website for a free download.

Guest Link: http://inezmilholland.org/

National Women’s History Project Link:  http://www.nwhp.org/

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Announced Coming Events::

Saturday, March 18, 2017, noon – 4pm Immigration Forum, Carpenters Hall, 1700 Corby Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 4pm to 6pm: Women in Politics in Sonoma County,, Carpenters Hall, 1700 Corby Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA

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Music Selections:

Heal the World – Michael Jackson’s song performed by Connie Talbot

Standing on the Shoulders, by Earth Mama