Thanks to the programmers at WPFW for highlighting the amazing work of women this month!
- The Tuesday Edition of Midday Jazz will feature interviews and live on-air performances by women showcased in the Inaugural
-Keanna Faircloth Festival. :-)
- Monday March 14: guest Leith Mullings, author of "Resistance & Resillence: The Sojourner Syndrome", interviewed by Judith Maye
- On Women's History Month I am going to feature blues women from the .... These are the female artists who have so far been inducted into The Blues Foundation's Blues Hall of Fame.'s "Don't Forget the Blues" (March 16), in honor ofArtists include: Bessie Smith, , Billie Holiday, , Ruth Brown, , and others!!--Steve Hoffman
- I will celebrate Women's National History Monthin honoring several women of the music industry relating to R&B.
I will honor as many as I can in my 2hour show . No specifics
as of yet, but I will definitely pay tribute to them. Millie Ware.
- March 13
- Virginia Johnson - revitalization of Dance Theater of Harlem & upcoming performance.
- - photographer
- Dr. and two other contributors to the new book Hands on the Freedom Plow
- New play "Ann Joice" about an indentured servant trying to obtain her freedom
- Roberta Flack
- Carlos Schroder will be my guest focusing on international women performers
- I started last Friday.playing men who honored a specific woman or women
in the title of the composition and women composers, producers,
vocalists, instrumentalists, etc throughout the entire month of March
as I always do. - Myrrh
- Monday, March 14 - INSIDE OUT DC's only FM LGBT Radio Show
celebrates the first anniversary of same-sex marriage in DC.
the show will feature poet, publisher and author Michelle Sewell, as guest host!
The show's guests include an African-American lesbian couple, Renee and Inger, engaged to be married in ,
Attorney Michele Zavos, licensed same-sex officiant, Deborah Cummings-Thomas and
Jeffrey Richardson, the newly appointed LGBT Liaison for Mayor !
we'll discuss the strides DC has made in the past year, new threats to the marriage bill, and
the possibility of Maryland getting same-sex marriage as well.
Please join alternating Thursday Late Night Jazz host Bobby Hill tonight as he concludes his month-long celebration of Women’s History Month. Tonight’s program begins with a musical remembrance of the four little black girls murdered in the 1963 Birmingham, Alabama church bombing; feature music from vocalists Renee Maria, Pat Petersen, and Laurie Anderson; vocal ensemble music from the Ward Gospel Singers, the Florida A&M University Gospel Choir, and the Tuskegee Institute Singers; as well as music from harpists Helene Breschand and Zeena Parkins, kotoist Yagi Michiyo, cellist Diedre Murray, and accordionist Pauline Oliveros.
- Thursday March 10, from 10:30-11:00 On The Margin's guest is
-Josephine taking about the and her novel .