March 8

  • La femme et la tradition

     
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    Radio Karama
    Tunisie
    Français | 3:30 | 3Mb
    April 10, 2014


  • Femme Taxiste

     
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    Radio 6 Tunis
    Tunisie
    Français | 1:56 | 2Mb
    April 10, 2014


  • Radio femme célèbre la journée internationale des femmes

     
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    Radio Femmes
    Tunisie
    Français | 3:57 | 4Mb
    April 10, 2014


  • Programme spécial pour la Journée mondiale de la femme 2014 de Radio AMAL

     
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    Radio Amal
    Tunisia
    Arabic | 3:33 | 4Mb
    March 14, 2014


  • Programme spécial pour la Journée mondiale de la femme 2014 de la Radio Djerid FM

     
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    Djerid FM
    Tunisia
    Arabic | 20:31 | 19Mb
    March 14, 2014


  • Programme spécial pour la Journée mondiale de la femme 2014 de la Radio KFM

     
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    KFM
    Tunisia
    Arabic | 5:23 | 7Mb
    March 14, 2014


  • WINGS #27-13 Myanmar Women Rise

     
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    Sexual education as a tool for liberation

    WINGS
    Canada
    English | 28:49 | 42Mb
    March 10, 2014


  • Tala Akayan: Church Women Talk About Defending Women's Dignity

     
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    Kodao Productions, with PCPR and Kasimbayan
    Philippines
    Tagalog | 57:30 | 53Mb
    March 10, 2014


  • Interview with Gwen Webb, a highschool student leader in the Birmingham Children's March, 1963

     
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    Part of a serie of interviews done in November 2013 with women who were activists during the Civil Rights Movement in the American South in the 1960s. Realized by Rose Marie Whalley, host of Older women live on CKUT, and edited and mixed in collaboration with Laura Yaros. 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of several crucial events in the struggle for civil rights for Afro Americans. Although the names of Martin Luther King and his colleagues are known to every child in North America, the names of women remain unknown. Who were some of these women and how did the struggle for justice shape their lives? The women at the center of this serie devoted their lives to the ongoing struggle for justice: their contribution deserves to be acknowledged. Life Committment: She's a church pastor who runs a charity, Foot Soldier International.

    Radio Centre-Ville
    Canada
    English | 24:59 | 48Mb
    March 10, 2014


  • Interview with Annie Pearl Avery, an active member in the Freedom Summer campaign of 1963 in Mississippi (voter registration)

     
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    Part of a serie of interviews done in November 2013 with women who were activists during the Civil Rights Movement in the American South in the 1960s. Realized by Rose Marie Whalley, host of Older women live on CKUT, and Edited and mixed in collaboration with Laura Yaros. 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of several crucial events in the struggle for civil rights for Afro Americans. Although the names of Martin Luther King and his colleagues are known to every child in North America, the names of women remain unknown. Who were some of these women and how did the struggle for justice shape their lives? The women at the center of this serie devoted their lives to the ongoing struggle for justice: their contribution deserves to be acknowledged. Life committment: Director of a slave museum in Selma, Alabama, she also took part in the famous march from Selma to Montgomery.

    Radio Centre-Ville
    Canada
    English | 15:54 | 31Mb
    March 10, 2014


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