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TALK.IN FEMINISM TODAY RADIO SHOW COMPLETES PILOT SEASON WITH INTERNATIONALLY CELEBRATED AUTHOR AND HUMANITARIAN MARGARET (PEG) SNYDER, UNIFEM CO-FOUNDER
“Global issues are women’s issues, and the two are interwoven as threads in a fabric.” (Peg Snyder, SIGNS, 2003)
Maya Friedler and Jamie O’Reilly, Women’s Media Group, Chicago In Collaboration with Human Rights Watch, Chicago And UNIFEM, Chicago Present talk.in feminism today Radio Show
GLOBAL SISTERHOOD: THE NEW FEMINISM Recorded Live Monday, September 21 7–10 PM SPACE 1245 Chicago Ave Evanston, IL 60202 (PH) 847. 492. 8860 www.evanstonspace.com Women’s Media Voicemail: 312. 458. 0822
With Guest Host June Sochen, PhD Panelists: Peg Snyder, PhD, Author, Co-Founder UNIFEM Jobi Petersen Cates, Director, Human Rights Watch, Chicago/Midwest Anne Elizabeth Moore, Author, Media and Cultural Activist, SAIC
CHICAGO— In the fourth live program event of the pilot season of talk.in, a radio show, podcast online by Women’s Media Group, Chicago, discusses the role feminism plays in the global landscape. “Global Sisterhood: The New Feminism”, features celebrated feminist scholar and humanitarian Peg Snyder, and focuses on how American women over these 40 years, have worked with, and learned from, women across the globe.
GLOBAL SISTERHOOD, with historian June Sochen at the helm, looks at global activism as we hear from Snyder, Media Activist and Artist Anne Elizabeth Moore, and Jobi Peterson Cates, Director of Human Rights Watch, Chicago.
Panelists will report on the grassroots, cultural and economic programs they have been part of that empower women and girls. In an exchange with a live audience, they will address changing and expanding roles for women in the world, and the challenges that come with working for human rights. The devastating effects of violence experienced by women, as both citizens, and as refugees in this country, will be one of the primary focuses of the program. Documenting abuses, and the role of the media in that effort, will also be a topic for discussion. Talk.in Producers Maya Friedler and Jamie O’Reilly facilitate the audience talk-back.
The program begins at 7 PM. A short musical program and reception follow the live talk.in taping. The SPACE venue is handicapped accessible. Parking is available in the city lot across the street. Reservations required. For information, please call (312) 458.0822. OR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org