Women’s Space Radio Show with our guests Ken Norton on students’ Burying of Car in 1970, Sabryyah Abdulla on Juneteenth Celebration preparations, Leslie Graves on upcoming Earth Day Celebration in Santa Rosa, and students Cabrilla Wiecek and Ani Fowler on this Wednesday’s Climate Action Night, recorded on 4/22/19, has been uploaded to the web archives. The show was recorded, broadcast and streamed over Radio KBBF 89.1 FM in the North Bay on Monday 4/22/19 at 11 AM (repeats at 11 PM) and repeat broadcast and streamed over Radio KPCA 103.3 FM in Petaluma on Wednesday 4247/19 at 11 AM.
Visit the web archive page for the show to hear the audio recording:
Earthday and Climate Action Night
1. Ken Norton , Co-producer Women’s Spaces,Student Participant in burial of a car for Survival Faire in 1970 at San Jose State, jumpstarting Earth Day.
2. Sabryyah Abdulla, on Juneteenth Celebration in June, Program Host of Rebel Blues Radio on Radio KWTF
3. Leslie Graves, MC, Earthday Celebration, Santa Rosa Old Courthouse Square on April 27.
4. Cabrilla Wiecek, High School Student Member of Youth Versus Apocalpyse
5. Ani Fowler, High School Student Member of Youth Versus Apocalpyse
Our Featured Guests
1. Ken Norton recounts the day 49 years ago that he with other San Jose State College students buried a car at the Survival Faire on February 20, 1970, a couple of months before the first Earth Day to protest the environmental destruction caused by fossil fuel based transportation. This was a local SJS effort 2 months before the nationally organized Earth Day to give a sense of the urgency felt by local students themselves.
About our Guest: Ken Norton is co-producer of Women’s Spaces Show. In 1970 he was an engineering undergraduate student at San Jose State College and was a co-founder of Engineers for Awareness, to bring attention to Engineering students on the issues of war and the environment. He met his mentor Dr. William Hermanns at the time which would begin a 19 year collaboration on Hermanns’ literary works. He would go on to earn his MS in Materials Science at Stanford Universtiy. He also produces the Scent of Light radio vignettes broadcast over Radio KOWS in West Sonoma County.
Scent of Light http://kennethenorton.com/SOL.html
The William Hermanns Trust www.williamhermanns.com
SF Chronicle article on SJS Car Burial: https://www.sfgate.com/green/article/San-Jose-car-burial-put-ecological-era-in-gear-3266993.php
2. Sabryyah Abdulla invites us to the annual Juneteenth Festival in Santa Rosa happening this year on Saturday June 15 and to this Saturday’s fundraiser at the Farmers Market at the Veterans Building for the Legacy Showcase production of a play highlighting the fate of children during slavery.
About our Guest: Sabryyah Abdullah is a host of Rebel Blues Radio on Radio KWTF, http://www.kwtf.net/ and volunteer for the annual Juneteenth Celebrations in Santa Rosa.
Guest Event Link: Fundraiser at Farmers Market for Juneteeth play https://www.sonomacounty.com/farms-farmers-markets/santa-rosa-community-farmers-market-veterans-building
Guest Link: Radio KWTF, www.kwtf.net
3. Leslie Graves will be the Master of Ceremonies again this year for the Earth Day Celebration in Old Courthouse Square in Santa Rosa on Saturday April 27 from noon to 4 pm . Leslie gives us a taste of the entertainment and of the hundred vendors participating at the event, which is free and fun for the whole family .
About our Guest:Leslie Graves produces events in the county. Leslie has produced the Santa Rosa Downtown Market until recently, as well as the successful Womens Marches in Santa Rosa.
Guest Event Link:
Santa Rosa Earth Day Celebration Saturday April 27,Noon to 4 pm, Downtown Old Courthouse Square hhttps://www.srcity.org/2139/Earth-Day-OnStage
4. Cabrilla Wiecek and 5. Ani Fowler are both High School Students and members of Youth Versus Apocalypse, an organzation of students supporting the New Green Deal. They talk about how they turned depression over the Climate Change disaters they have witnessed in just Sonoma County alone with the Wildfires and the flooding into being Climate Activists. They give credit to the guidance given by their teacheer Sunny Galbraith, who is orgainizing a Cllimate Action Night for activists and elected leaders at Santa Rosa Junior College to advocate for Climate Legislation on Wednesday,April 24th, 4:30-7:15. Recently the students lobbied with the Sonoma County Democratic Party leadership who then signed on to the New Green Deal. Cabrilla and Ani encourage other students to become active, as their voice has a special influence on elected leaders.
About our Guests Cabrilla Wiecek and Ani Fowler are high school students and members of Youth Versus Apocalypse.
Youth Versus Apocalypse http://youthvsapocalypse.org/
Gurest Event, Climate Action Night, Santa Rosa Junior College, Wednesday, April 24th, 4:30-7:15 pm hhttps://www.sonomacountygazette.com/sonoma-county-news/climate-action-night
Thursday, Apil 25, 2019,7-8:30 pm, Gun Violence Prevention Community Forum with Rep. Mike Thompson, Congregation Shomrei Torah, 2600 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa. Our panel will include Ruth Moore, Middle School Teacher; Joshua Weil, MD, Asst. Physician-in-Chief Hospital Operations Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Kaiser Hospital; Kathleen Pozzi, Sonoma County Public Defender; Jeannine Ruggeiro, Las Vegas Shooting Survivor. http://www.shomreitorah.org/
Saturday, Aprill 27, 7:30 am – 11:30 am, Santa Rosa Creek clean up. Santa Rosa Water Creek Stewardship team is hosting the Earth Day Cleanup on the Greenway. https://srcity.org/1202/Creek-Stewardship
Saturday April 27, 2019, Noon – 4pm, Earth Day, Festival in Courthouse Square Santa Rosa Link
Saturday April 27, 2019, 8 to 11 am, Fundraiser at Farmers Market for Juneteeth play https://www.sonomacounty.com/farms-farmers-markets/santa-rosa-community-farmers-market-veterans-building
Sunday April 28,2019, 10-4 pm, Day Under the Oaks, Santa Rosa Junior College, https://duo.santarosa.edu/
The Woman in Your Life is You by Alix Dobkin from the album Living with Lavender Jane (Women’s Wax Works) – www.alixdobkin.com
What a Wonderful World sung by LeAnn Rines from the album What a Wonderful World (2004 Curb Records Inc.)
We Are the World sung by the Countdown Kids from the album Pop4 Kids You’ve Got a Friend (2002 Madacy Kids)
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