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 than 50/50 participation in the social, political, economic and environmental arenas.
Hosts: Sharon Lockhart, Amy Bell, Molly Postlewait, Ebony M. Johnson.
Q&A With Dr. Cornel West, KKFI live broadcast from UMKC School of Law October 7, 2017 | 3:00 pm
Dr. Cornel West will be answering questions related to his work in a Q&A session, broadcast live on-air at 90.1FM, KKFI, from UMKC School of Law, Saturday, October 7, 2017, starting at 3:30pm CST.
Every Woman: Kansas City Women in Technology September 30, 2017 | 3:00 pm
Today we are joined in the studio by Jennifer Wadella, founder of KCWiT, to discuss the issue of the small number of women in technology and what can be done to encourage women to enter technology. We will talk about Kansas City Women in Technology, and their programs such as CoderDojo and Coding and Cupcakes, as well as discuss the feminist news of the week.
Every Woman: Peggy Bowman, Girl Scouts, and Girls from GLOW September 23, 2017 | 3:00 pm
Today we are joined in the studio by Sandy Brown from the Peggy Bowman Second Chance fund providing funding for abortions for women in need of financial assistance, Darcy Bloss, Linda Nickell and Meredith Phelan to discuss a program they are running, Engineering off the Canvas with the Nelson Atkins Museum and the Girl Scouts, to show how engineering is used in art, and we are also joined by the girls from GLOW, which is Girls Leading Our World.
Chinese Zodiac and Its Effects on Women’s Lives Today August 5, 2017 | 3:00 pm
Author Maija Devine joins us to discuss how a belief in Chinese zodiac signs still affects women's lives in Asian countries,
WomenHeart July 22, 2017 | 3:00 pm
This episode featured a conversation with Kathy Webster, who has been affiliated with WomenHeart since 2006. She discussed the impact of Heart Disease on women and harmful effect on women if ACA is repealed.
WomenHeart is the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease: It is the nation’s only patient-centered organization serving the 42 million women with or at risk of heart disease.
“Atomic Homefront” in Missouri July 15, 2017 | 3:00 pm
This episode discusses some of the long-term hidden costs of nuclear weapons production discussed in the new movie “Atomic Homefront”, which focuses especially on health problems experienced today in the St. Louis area attributed to nuclear contamination dating from the World War II Manhattan project.
The movie will be shown at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Kansas City, MO, Thursday, July 20, starting at 7 PM.
Ann Suellentrop and Kristen Nolte are interviewed in this episode and will lead a discussion after the movie.
Ann is a mother-baby nurse, who is also active with the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability and serves on the Board for PeaceWorksKC. Kristen's 16-year-old son son died of cancer suspected as a result of contamination from nuclear waste exposure in St. Louis.
Martha Childers, Local SCORE Award Recipient June 3, 2017 | 3:00 pm
Martha Childers, psychotherapist and owner of Childers Counseling Service, Kansas City received 2017 award from SCORE and will join 98 other national winners to compete for three grand prizes.
SCORE is a national network of volunteer business mentors.
Martha was selected from more than 1,500 applications.
The Voices of Heaven May 27, 2017 | 3:00 pm
Author Maija Devine joins us to discuss her autobiographical novel, The Voices of Heaven. Flowing from her firsthand experience of growing up in Seoul during the Korean War, Maija Rhree Devine's novel reveals uniquely Korean colors and sounds as she leads readers through an extraordinary love story that parallels the tragedies of the war.