51 % The Women's Perspective
10:01 am
Fri December 14, 2012

51% Show #1222

Rachel Corrie

The tensions in Gaza heated up in November, with attacks from both sides ending with nearly 150 dead in Palestine and six dead in Israel.  At the same time, Palestine’s effort to win further UN recognition was being discouraged by both Israel and the US, with those countries arguing only negotiations could create an independent Palestinian state.

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51 % The Women's Perspective
10:29 am
Thu December 6, 2012

51% Show #1221

PAL 2009 Tournament of Champions

According to a 2008 study, there are over four hundred dead zones in waters all over the globe.  They are spots were increased nutrients have resulted in hypoxia – low oxygen – and can no longer sustain the organisms that once lived there.  The vast majority of them are along the US East Coast and Gulf Coast, with one area as large as 27 thousand miles across. This year, marine ecologist Nancy Rabalais was one of the winners of the MacArthur genius grants.

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51 % The Women's Perspective
2:08 pm
Fri November 16, 2012

51% Show #1217

51% Episode 1217
Nov 8, 2012


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51 % The Women's Perspective
4:46 pm
Fri November 2, 2012

51% Show #1216

Women like to connect. They are communicators. And nothing has opened up the world to women with a drive to write than the blog. In just a few minutes, you can set up a page and soon you’re talking with the rest of the world. Nora Ephron’s last project was a film based on  blogger Julie Powell’s book about her attempt to make every recipe in Julia Childs’ classic French cookbook. Now Luisa Weiss, better known to bloggers as The Wednesday Chef, has a book out called My Berlin Kitchen, the story of her attempt to integrate her childhood in Berlin and in New York, as well as her connections to Italy. It is, of course, a love story as well as a book with recipes.

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51 % The Women's Perspective
9:06 am
Fri October 19, 2012

51% Show #1214

51% Episode 1214
Oct 18, 2012

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51 % The Women's Perspective
9:50 am
Thu October 11, 2012

51% Show #1213

51% Episode 1213
Oct 11, 2012

Not too long ago, scientists predicted that the ice at the arctic was melting away for good.  They thought it was possible it might melt away completed by the middle of this century. That’s all changed. A record ice melt this year has scientists now predicting that the summer ice could be gone in less than ten years – by 2020. What does that mean? Rising oceans and problems for coastal communities, but also bigger climate shifts without the polar ice to reflect back the sun’s rays.

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51 % The Women's Perspective
7:24 am
Fri October 5, 2012

51% Show #1212


51% Episode 1212
Oct 4, 2012

Unless you’ve been in a natural disaster, it’s really hard to understand its true impact. Whether it’s Hurricane Katrina, Colorado wildfires, the drought of 2012 or the worst storm damage in years in Ohio, the people affected deal with the aftermath long after the news crews pack up and go home.

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51 % The Women's Perspective
9:01 am
Fri September 28, 2012

51% Show #1211

51% Episode 1211
Sept 27, 2012


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51 % The Women's Perspective
10:00 am
Fri September 14, 2012

51% Show #1209

51% Episode #1209

Sept 13, 2012


The term midwife usually conjured pictures of home births and traditional medicine. But midwifery has changed drastically. Some of the changes are positive, leading to new options for women’s health care.  But some of those changes are causing those in the profession to struggle with the requirements of Western medicine versus the expectations of the women they serve.  Susanrachel Condon is a licensed midwife in New York and a member of the Board of the NYS Association of Midwives.

12:36 Midwife

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51 % The Women's Perspective
9:04 am
Fri September 7, 2012

51% Show #1208

51% Episode 1208
Sept 6, 2012

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