Womens Magazine, for July 11, 2005 - 1:00pm
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A cursory look at the lives of several women intimately involved in the fight for human rights and self-determination of Afrikan peoples. From ante-bellum-era lynchings to modern-day police terrorism, these sistah-warriors have used every method at their disposal to agitate and advocate for, and to secure the rights of Black people, and all humans who are oppressed. For their crime of resistance they have had to pay a heavy price - exile from their families, their homes and their communities. In spite of this and other hardships, these women have carried on the tradition of resistance. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a resource list on today's show.