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Friday, March 6, 2009

Broadcast 1 - Five-Minutes-of-Fascinating Feminist Friday News and Reviews Podcast and Online Radio Show

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It's the "Five-Minutes-of-Fascinating Feminist Friday News and Reviews" Podcast and Online Radio episode! :)

Every Friday I will post this info on my blog and podcast, and also on the Peace Communities Solidarity blog (where comments and feedback are happily accepted), and in the Peace Communities Online Feminist News Forum (where comments and feedback are also happily accepted) and then send out a Twitter Announcement on it, collectively reaching hundreds of readers who care about feminist concerns within just the first few minutes....and reaching thousands of readers who will eventually learn about the things that we all desire to share.


@ sign means is the twitter ID and username of the person who submitted the article for this podcast edpisode

incl. = includes



Hollywood from a feminist perspective -

incl. Interviw



'The real cost of tomatoes in March'. - -

Article written by The Nation
incl. update on Coalition of Immokalee Workers,



my nptech radar - Integrated Comm Workshop, a nonprofit, doing a special feature on women in honor of International Women's Day -.

incl. "Panelists include Courtney O'Callaghan, IT Director at Feminist Majority Foundation at ("


Teardrops 4 Katelynn

America: 75% Of Batterers Get Custody Of The Children

incl. The Wellesley Battered Mothers' Testimony Project
and many amazing fact and statistics

Remember, Every Friday there will be a Feminist Friday News, Reviews Podcast and Online Radio episode. If you want your news broadcasted next week, just go to

Towards an end to institutionalized patriarchy...within our lifetime.

Divided we are weak... united we are strong.

el amor,

Love for the people,

-T. Love

black man f.l.u.f.f.

"....a political struggle that does not have women at the heart of it, above it,
below it and within it is no struggle at all.”

-Arundhati Roy, Quoted from her speech: '2004 Sydney Peace Prize
Lecture' (The entire speech is available online, search for the title)

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