Hear Radical Women member Megan Cornish speak
as part of a panel discussion on:
Feminism Today
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
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March is women's history month. It's time to celebrate and recognize the achievements of women. It's also a time to ask the question how far have the women come in 2010? Has feminism change over the years? Tonight on Voices of Diversity, a look at the modern day feminist movement. Where did it start? More importantly, where are we now on such issues as health care, employment discrimination, gender bias, and portrayals of women in media?
Host: Kevin Henry


Guests

Mona Lake Jones is a Seattle-based award winning poet and author. Her works include Unleashing the Power of a Sister and Poetry Dancing on Music CD.

Megan Cornish is an activist from Radical Women and Freedom Socialist Party. Cornish has been an antiwar activist and has participated in demonstrations on behalf of the United Construction Workers Association.

Amy Yamada is the sales and marketing representative of 425 Magazine. Amy has over 10 years of experience in the advertising industry, both radio, TV, and print.

Cheryl Shaw is the owner of C Art Gallery owner and Executive Director of the Puget Sound Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Shaw has also served as the Pacific Northwest Area Director the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).

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