This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’
This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’ kicks off 24 hours of all womens programming as KFAI celebrates International Women’s Day March 8th, 2008!
Ladies Night (2-6am)
Hosted by Ellen, Pam and Pat
An all-night party featuring music of all genres.
Composing Women (6-7:30am)
Hosted by Anna Keyes
A program celebrating women’s contributions to classical music.
Women of African Descent in Music (7:30-9am)
Hosted by Akhmiri Sekhr-Ra
Akhmiri showcases the similarities between African women of the Diaspora and demonstrates how their music is empowering.
Trickster Daughter, Trickster Mom (9-9:30am)
Hosted by Linda Litrell
Three storytellers and three musicians play with traditional mother-daughter archetypes.
Teenagers in the Wild (9:30-10am)
Hosted by Emily Torgrimson
Five teenage girls, 32 days on the trail in the Canadian wilderness, 200 miles to paddle, countless laughs and bruises, and a couple lessons.
Sonic Visions (10-11am)
Hosted by Dixie Treichel
Music and sounds by women who compose, score, orchestrate and design for film, theater and dance.
This Little Girl’s Gone Honky-Tonk (1–2pm)
Hosted by Mick Novak
An hour-long tribute to the godmothers of country and honky-tonk music.
Women’s Songs of Protest and Social Change (2–3pm)
Hosted by Diane Wanner
A her-story of U.S. women crafting and performing songs about peace, civil rights, women’s issues, labor, and the environment.
Native Women in Minneapolis: Catalysts for Change (11am-Noon)
Hosted by Rhiana Yazzie
A discussion about the work strong Native women are doing to positively impact the Twin Cities community.
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