“Black Lives Matter”

“Black Lives Matter”

Yin Radio “Black Lives Matter”; discussion about activism, race, gender and feminism with three young women: Sabine Pendry, Brianna Smathers, Madison Winn. These 3 women organized peaceful protests in their communities in July 2016, to stand in solidarity with others as a response to the police shootings of people of color. They discuss the politics of gender, race and feminism. Fresh insights and commitment to changing the dynamics of inequality. Host Maree McHugh – KRFP Radio Free Moscow,Moscow, Idaho

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Women, Art and the Land of Northern Arizona

Women, Art and the Land of Northern Arizona

“Women, Art and the Land of Northern Arizona” – Yin Radio Special Edition.  Six women artists who have a strong relationship with  place and culture in Northern Arizona speak about their art.  Quilter Cheryl Sells from Dilkon, Shauna Begay a weaver in the Navajo tradition from Indian Wells;  Senan Begay an  emerging Navajo silversmith;  Winslow fabric  artist Eloise DeSpain; from England weaver and artist-in-residence at the Petrified Forest Jaini Hadley;  and a bead artist who wants to remain anonymous.  Each woman tells her own story of her life and creating art, in the enchanting, high desert country. Host Maree McHugh.  KRFP – Radio Free Moscow, Moscow, Idaho. marypatazonia@gmail.com

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Public Health in Women’s Lives

Public Health in Women’s Lives

June 19, 2016 – Guest Helen Brown speaks with host Amber Ziegler about her experiences as a Public Health Nutritionist, and the importance of public health approaches in the lives of women and other marginalized groups.

Helen Brown is a Public Health Nutritionist who has been a Registered Dietitian for over 30 years. She has worked in several communities around the nation, and joined the Moscow, Idaho community about ten years ago. Helen currently works as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Department of Movement Sciences, at the University of Idaho. Her research interests include policy, system, and environmental changes to promote health equity, sustainable food systems, and nutritional eating capacity. She is mother to three grown children, tends a five-acre farmlette, and is committed to peace and justice. Host Amber Ziegler joined Helen in her home to discuss her experiences in the public health sector.

Please click here to listen to Helen’s interview on archive.org.