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1. (6:03) Women Healing Oceans. Incue/Outcue: "Among the hundreds of workshops ... this is Frieda Werden reporting.” On tape: Sharon Elizabeth Taylor, Women's Economic Network of Newfoundland & Labrador. Phone number in Logy Bay, Canada: (709)737-8151.
Suggested intro: Overfishing of the oceans is threatening future food stocks- And some people say it kills the plankton that make oxygen, as well. As a survival issue, fishing is also a women’s issue—As you will learn from this report by WINGS.
2. (6:11) Terror Against Women in Algeria. In/Out: “In 1992, the one-party Algerian government ... Reporting for WINGS, I'm Lisa Hayes." On tape: An Algerian woman pseudonym "Mari-emeh.” Interview source: Maria Suarez.
Suggested intro: Guerrilla violence in the name of Islam has been targeted against Algerian women for several years. In this story from WINGS, a woman asks that asylum be granted to Algerian women—and not to fanatics who commit atrocities at home.
3. (5:25) Political Clout of U.S. Women. "Mildred Jeffrey, the first Director of the Women's Department in the Autoworkers' Union ... [over applause] National Women's Studies Association Conference in Oklahoma City in June.” Tape recorded by: Frieda Werden.
Suggested intro: Nearly half the women who voted in the 1992 U.S. elections failed to return to the polls in 1994. After the shock of the right-wing landslide, feminists are mobilizing to regain their political clout. Hope Lafferty reports for WINGS.
4. (3:47) Political Clout of Swedish Women. In/Out: “The women of Sweden had a successful mobilization…in the forefront. For WINGS, I’m Hope Lafferty.” On tape: Kari Molen, reporter, "Dai1y News,” Stockholm. Interview by: Elayne Clift.
Suggested intro: Swedish women experienced political backlash in 1992, but came back stronger than ever in the ’94 elections. Their strategy is outlined in this report from WINGS.
5. (5:02)—Feminists in the Micro Radio Movement. In/out: “Diversity in U.S. Radio…for WINGS, I’m Frieda Werden reporting.” On tape: Diane Post, Programmer, Arizona Free Radio, Phoenix.
Suggested intro: Feminists in an Arizona Community were unable
to get airtime on commercial or public radio, so they joined the embattled
“Micro-Radio” movement. Heres the story from WINGS.
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