Saturday at 3:00 pm
EVERY WOMAN – a show about women making a difference and the men by their side. As 5o% of humanity, and 52% of eligible US Voters, women are not a “special interest” group and EVERY WOMAN should WORK and VOTE for nothing less than50/50 participation in the social, political, economic and environmental arenas.
Hosts: Sharon Lockhart, Amy Bell, Molly Postlewait.
Women’s History Month Week Two March 12, 2016 | 3:00 pm
Jane McClane returns to share more stories of women who have shaped our society and made history. McClane collects stories of women on her Wall of Women's Achievement, a traveling exhibit highlighting the contributions of women throughout history.
Amy Drogemeier of Desoto, District 232, discusses healthy meals in schools.
Women’s History Month March 5, 2016 | 3:00 pm
The first part of the show will be dedicated to the issues facing Kansas public education. Game On For Kansas Schools join us to talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly in the legislature this year, as well as share details about their upcoming walk to Topeka.
Next we will visit with Jane McClain and Ina Montgomery about the Wall of Women's Achievement. Kick off women's history month right!
Women Entrepreneurs / Charlotte O’Neil: Black Panther in Exile February 27, 2016 | 3:00 pm
In the first half of the show, we interview Michele Markey, Vice President of Kauffman FastTrac, a global provider of educational programs that equip aspiring and established entrepreneurs with the business skills and insights to start and grow successful businesses. Michele is the author of SheVENTURE, Success Strategies for Female Entrepreneurs a book to help women as they launch, develop, and grow businesses.
Charlotte O'Neil is an artist, poet, community leader, and former Blank Panther. Originally from Kansas City, she was forced to flea to Tanzania when her husband was charged with transporting a firearm across state lines.
Sunrise Project February 13, 2016 | 3:00 pm
Sunrise Project was initiated by a group of citizens who recognized a need to address the intersection of food, the environment and social justice. While there are many small groups that address food security and environmental sustainability, our community lacks a backbone organization that brings those groups together to create more social equity.
How to be a Good Ally in the Fight Against Racism February 6, 2016 | 3:00 pm
Founder of BridgeWorks, Janet has done contract consulting, training and project management for corporate, not-for-profit organizations, government agencies, faith communities, school districts and medical schools.