March 2009 International Women's Day 2009 Archives

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

10 – 11am
Women In Recovery
Hosted by Anonymous
Four women from four programs of recovery share their experience, strength, and hope.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

11 – 11:30am
Cesarean Voices
Hosted by Sarah Shannon
Three women use poetry and stories to describe their fight for normal birth after cesarean.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

11:30 – Noon
A Better Birth
Hosted by Akhmiri Sekhr-Ra
A traditional birth midwife, a doula, and a breastfeeding mother discuss how to have a better birth experience.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

Noon – 1pm Women Folk
Hosted by Ellen Stanley
A special International Women’s day edition of Women Folk.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

1 – 2pm
Corazon Latino Presents Viviana Pintado
Hosted by Eve MacLeish
Cuban vocalist and pianist Viviana Pintado shares her story and music – from Havana to Minneapolis.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

6 – 7pm
Sisters in the Brotherhood
Hosted by Barbara Pecks
Women who know what it’s like talk about the strengths and challenges of working in construction.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

7 – 7:30pm
International Women’s Voices: Taking Action for Human Rights
Hosted by The Center for Victims of Torture
From Senegal to Colombia and Turkey to Minnesota , women around the world make their mark in the human rights movement.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

7:30 – 8pm
Postville, Iowa: Mothers on ICE
Hosted by Mary Jane and Ellen LaVigne
The women and children of Postville IA try to regain their footing after the ICE immigration raid last May.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

8 – 9pm
The Freakin’ Cool Women Society Show!
Hosted by Courtney McLean, cofounder of the FCW Society
Join some freakin’ cool women as they discuss how each of us is improving women’s lives just by being ourselves.

3/8/2009 International Women's Day 2009

2 – 3pm
Twilight Dialogues: Love ‘em, Hate ‘em, Bite ‘em
Hosted by Jeanne Bain Carrie Mesrobian
The Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer has captured the hearts of young women. Join youthworkers Jeanne Bain Carrie Mesrobian in conversation with Carlyn, Maria, Justine, and Elizabeth: four strong, confident, progressive young women who discuss both their love of the series, and the issues the books light up in their lives.

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