March 2011 International Women's Day 2011 Archives

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

Eclectic Electronics: Women Electronic Composers – Hosted by Dixie Treichel
Women pioneers, innovators, explorers of electronic music from the beginning to today, focusing on experimental, electic, and non-pop music.

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

The Magic Wand Collective: A Community For Women Small Business Owners – Hosted by Susan Budig
Rather than building your business on the backs of others, hear how women network in an organized consortium designed especially for them.

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

The Freakin’ Cool Women Society Presents Ladies Who Make Us Laugh – Hosted by Courtney McLean
Twin Cities’ comedic performers of the female persuasion discuss, debate, and muse on the power of being a woman who can make an audience erupt into laughter.

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

Belly Laughs: Laughter The Power Of Body Acceptance – Hosted by Jodie Maruska
Belly Laughs combines humor with the powerful message of body acceptance for women at any size.

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Women Soldiers – Hosted by Chante Wolf
Women military veterans break the censorship of their experiences under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

Healing The Black Woman’s Body – Hosted by LaVonne Moore
Poetic talk show about Black women and their health.

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

Contemporary Emilys – Hosted by Jen March
Original poems read by female poets from the Twin Cities.

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

Asian Women: We Are All Part Of The Global World, Too. What Brings Us Together? – Hosted by Shashi Gupta

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

The Sounds Voices Of Women In 2011 – Hosted by Mia Amini
Women of different ages, experiences, cultural, economic, and career backgrounds give their voices/songs as a reflection of womanhood from youth to maturity in 2011.

3/8/2011 International Women's Day 2011

Hopscotch Station – Hosted by Sabrina Crews
A musical celebration of young women from decades past.

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