Feminist Magazine

    ESCRIPTION: Feminist Magazine is the weekly Southern California radio show withintersectional feminist perspectives.  Covering stories that you don't hear on mainstream media!  We broadcast local and global stories, news and opinions about women making a radical difference. We highlight art & culture, and bring you the voices of brilliant feminists who are organizing, making change & kicking ass! 

    NAME OF HOST(s): Feminist Magazine is produced & hosted by a coalition of diverse women volunteers. 
    The Feminist Magazine WOMEN'S COALITION: Ariana Manov, Lynn Harris Ballen, Valecia Phillips, Abeni Moreno, Cherise Charleswell, Felicia Montes, Celina Alvarez , Sese Abejon, Rita Gonzales, Danielle Roderick & Annette Pakchian.

    EMAIL:  feministmagazine@yahoo.com

    SOCIAL NETWORKS: 

    Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/FeministMagazineKPFK

    Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/28999708787/

    Twitter : @FemMagKPFK

    Instagram: @FemMagRadio

    WEBSITE/ BLOG: http://feministmagazine.org

    ARCHIVES:  KPFK Public Radio - Online Archives Archive

    Schedule

    • Aziatik Rhythmz

      4:00am - 6:00am

      Aziatik Rhythmz is the only on-air radio show in Southern California that gives voice to the Asian-Pacific Islander community. It's produced by the KPFK API Collective, and reflects the diverse interests of collective members.

    • Roots Music & Beyond

      6:00am - 8:00am

      Folk and roots music and more, sundry sounds from bluegrass to bebop and beyond.

    • Liberated Sisters

      8:00am - 9:00am

      A forum for solutions to critical problems impacting Black women and our communities

    • Hutchinson Report

      9:00am - 10:00am

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