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  Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen on the Millionth Circle in the Midst of Crisis

Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.On Monday's show of 6/29/2020   WSA200629  our  guest Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen shares how she was mentored by Jungian supervisors as she earned her degrees in medicine and psychiatry. She comments on this "in between time" the world has been cast into through the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests, a threshold of something new, and the importance of remembering gratitude in our path to help others. Grassroots movements enter into the archetypal consciousness of us all. Dr. Bolen talks how Dr. Carl Jung's ideas on archetypal patterns of human behaviour and sense of being and his thoughts on synchronicity came together for her in her writing her first book The Tao of Psychology—Synchronicity and the Self and then onto her book Goddesses in Every Women, so that women could understand their strengths and weaknesses without the dependence on male archetypes.  Dr. Bolen feels for herself a strong connection to sisterhood and she encourages the gathering of women to tap their highest Self, that divinity throughout the ages, in healing circles, as describe in her book The Millionth Circle: How to Change Ourselves and The World--The Essential Guide to Women's Circles, and her sequel Moving Toward the Millionth Circle, that good can come out of crisis, whether personal  or global. Dr. Bolen shares some tips on forming a circle, enabled today with online video meetings in the midst of the precautions for the pandemic, and she invites listeners to join her newsletter list through her website www.jeanbolen.com.

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2020 Rose Parade float commemorating the Women's Suffrage Centennial. Photo and Clip of the passage of the float and the Women Suffragist marchers.
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Elaine Holtz, CMedia Producer Profile and the Art of Interviewing

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Elaine produced TV shows on CMEDIA Cable Access in Santa Rosa
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Above video:  Elaine Holtz, in this CMedia Producer Profile, discusses her Art of Interviewing

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Elaine B. Holtz, Co-Producer/Host of Women's Spaces, and Ken Norton, Co-Producer/Sound Engineer, with guests Nancy Rogers and Dr. Harriet Fraad in front, and behind friends June Brashares and Eileer Moribito after the show of February 27, 2017 in the new studio in Santa Rosa, CA at Radio KBBF 89.1 FM - Photo by Francisco Lozano, KBBF-fm.org Webmaster

Elaine B. Holtz, Co-Producer/Host of Women's Spaces, and Ken Norton, Co-Producer/Sound Engineer, with guests Nancy Rogers and Dr. Harriet Fraad in front, and behind friends June Brashares and Eileer Moribito after the show of February 27, 2017 in the new studio in Santa Rosa, CA at Radio KBBF 89.1 FM - Photo by Francisco Lozano, KBBF-fm.org Webmaster

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Miss Sonoma County Tyler-Avery Lewis with Elaine B. Holtz as she takes the Women's Spaces Pledge

Miss Sonoma County Tyler-Avery Lewis with Elaine B. Holtz as she takes the Women's Spaces Pledge at the Santa Rosa Juneteenth Festival on June 16, 2018. Elaine says: "What a joy it was listening to this young woman repeat the words after me. This is what my life is about. Share the Pledge with your friends and make the pledge every day - it appears on the right margin of every page on our website womensspaces.com and can be downloaded."

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Elaine, Ken and Rosey at the Women's Spaces booth at the Petaluma Progressive Fesitval 8/25/2019

Elaine, Ken and Rosey in the Women's Spaces booth at the Petaluma Progressive Festival on 8/25/2019. - 2019 Photo by Nichole Perry .

 

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On Monday's show of 6/22/2020   WSA200622  our first guest Nancy Rogers talks about how she first heard of Juneteenth when she moved out to Oakland, CA from her small town in Arkansas where she was raised in a black community, pretty sheltered as a child from Jim Crow laws by her parents. Juneteenth was introduced to her as the day freedom began for Blacks and is a festival that originated when Union troops under Major General Gordon Granger landed at Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1895 and announced the end of the Civil War, the surrender of General Robert E. Lee, and that the slaves were emancipated, 2 1/2 years after President Lincoln made his famous Proclamation that was made law.  Juneteenth began to be celebrated in Santa Rosa 50 years ago under the leadership of Marteal Perry, aka Mother Perry, an evangelist, cosmetologist and beautician in Santa Rosa. Last year's show on June 6, 2019 about Juneteenth we featured Mother Perry's granddaughter Syndi Davenport reminiscing about her.  Nancy and her husband Harold Rogers eventually rose to become chief organizers for the Santa Rosa festival at Martin Luther King, jr, Park in Southwest Santa Rosa by the fairgrounds, and it has become a family picnic with live entertainment open to all. This year the celebration was done by Zoom internet video meeting because of  the COVID-19 precautions, and Nancy was the MC.  The Sonoma County Juneteenth Committee has a website with the program that was presented. One of the presenters was Dr. Kim D. Hester Williams, a professor of literature at Sonoma State University, whom was interviewed a couple of weeks ago on Women's Spaces.

Eshawn Zuniga was tasked this year to be the Zoom Master for the Sonoma County MLK/Juneteenth Festival. Her expertise in developing websites and videos for businesses came to the fore as she mastered this new online venue. She shares the challenges she met in preparation for Juneteenth, plus gives tips for aspiring Zoom masters. Eshawn also talks about the mentoring from her godmother who remembered hard times under Jim Crow in Louisiana and Mississippi, and reminded her of the sacrifices of people marching for her civil and voting rights. Eshawn's natural parents immigrated from the Caribbean, where there was also slavery, and Eshwawn is a first generation American.

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 Gloria AllredOn Monday's show of 6/15/2020   WSA200615  our guest Gloria Allred shares her passion for justice for women with as she calls it "45 years of fighting for #MeToo justice."  Ms. Allred has taken on very powerful and rich men who have abused women. She talks of her friend and client Norma McCorvey, the "Jane Roe" whose unwanted pregnancy led to the 1973 case that legalized abortion nationwide, Roe v. Wade, who is portrayed with her "deathbed confession" in the FX film aka Jane Roe, of switching from the volunteer and unpaid poster child of the Pro-Choice movement to become the paid-with-over-$450,000 poster child of the Pro-Life of Fetus movement Operation Rescue. Ms. Allred asserts, as does Norma in her confession that she was always Pro-Choice.  Gloria Allred also comments on the Netflix documentary on her life, Seeing Allred, that has won film acclaim.

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On Monday's show of 6/8/2020   WSA200608  our first guest Susan Lamont  shares reasons why the Evelyn Cheatham Ordinance to Support An Effective IOLERO (The Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach), is necessary in our county for more accountability of the Sheriff's Office. An online petition on Change.org has been started last Tuesday to encourage the County Board of Supervisors to pass the amendment to the ordinance for IOLERO or place it on the ballot in November, By the time of this show already 5,000 have signed the petition. Passage of this new ordinance for the County will give subpoena power to IOLERO to force the Sheriff to comply with requests for information and records. This is the time to act as protests against police brutality and racism continue for the 10th day in our county and around the nation and world. Listeners are urged to sign the online petition and also call their county supervisor to voice their support at (707) 565-2241. The history of IOLERO, the changes to make it more effective, and the link to the online petition can be found on the Committee's website at https://socoeffectiveoversight.org/ .

Our second guest Dr. Kim D. Hester Williams returns to share how the the  9-minute strangulation of George Floyd by a police officer as 3 police officers assisting him affected her as a Black woman, mother and educator.  She draws our attention to the fact that the officer who kept applying his knee to George Floyd's neck kept his hands in his pockets, as if this just another casual killing of a Black person, encouraged by historical racism in the USA and even the Supreme Court.. She reminds us of the Dred Scott decison in 1857, which in the majority opinion of the Supreme Court, Chief Justice Taney stated:

"They [people of African ancestry] had for more than a century before been regarded as beings of an inferior order, and altogether unfit to associate with the white race, either in social or political relations; and so far inferior, that they had no rights which the white man was bound to respect; and that the negro might justly and lawfully be reduced to slavery." 

Given the 400 year history of this White Supremacy attitude, and the laws to support it,  Dr. Williams wonders if ten years from now we are not still addressing this divide among the people of this nation.  She calls for a united front of black, white and all colors of skin together,  against racism, and is hopeful at the response of white people in showing up and supporting the protests these last 10 days. She recommends some books about women of color feminism which we list on the show's archive page to further our education in this regard.


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On Monday's show of 6/1/2020   WSA200601  our first guest Sabryyah Abdulah shares with us the history of the Juneteenth Celebration, marking when Black slaves were first notified they were free in Galveston, Texas  a couple months before General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Confederate Army and ended the Civil War.  She talks of the beginning of the celebration in Santa Rosa 50 years ago, and the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of celebrating Juneteenth in Santa Rosa this year under Shelter-in-Place orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic with a ZOOM meeting on Saturday, June 20, 2020, from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.

Our second guest Susan Lamont is a long time activist for police accountabilty. She shares some events occuring on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 honoring what would have been the 20th birthday of Andy Lopez, the 13-year old boy shot by Sheriff Deputy Eric Gelhaus on Moorland Avenue southwest of Santa Rosa. Since that killing, the empty lot where he was shot has been purchased by the County and transformed into a beautiful neighborhood park and named Andy's Unity Park in his memory. Andy's mother has invited all who loved Andy to meet there in his memory on Tuesday at 4 PM and she asks folks to practice social distancing and wear masks, and of course, non-violence. Another gathering to grieve Andy and the lack of police accountability and oversight will take place on Tuesday at the Dollar Tree parking lot in the Roseland district of Santa Rosa from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. Susan also gives us an update on the Evelyn Cheatham Ordinance to Support An Effective IOLERO (The Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach), whose petition to place it on the November ballot was aborted due to the Shelter-in-Place orders. Now the emphasis is to encourage the County Board of Supervisors to pass the amendment to the ordinance for IOLERO or place it on the ballot in November, which would require no physical gathering of signatures, by means of an online Change.org petition. Listeners are urged to sign the online petition and also call their county supervisor to voice their support.

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On Monday's show of 5/25/2020   WSA200525  Elaine B. Holtz, Host of Women's Spaces, presents a commentary on Memorial Day spiced with her poetry and songs by women singers.  She reflects on the origins of Memorial Day that began with Abraham Lincoln setting aside a day to remember the fallen soldiers on both sides of the Civil War and of Mother's Day that began with women cleaning the Civil War battlefields of amputated arms and legs which inspired Julia Ward Howe to make her Mother's Day Proclamation.  Elaine reads two of her poems, Stopping the Next War and Why, What Does All This Mean.

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On Monday's show of 5/18/2020   WSA200518  our first guest Susan Jensen shares the concerns and steps her company Economy Plumbing, considered essential to stay open during the Shelter-in-Place order, has taken on protecting her company's six employees and the customers they visit on plumbing calls.  Susan also talks of the process she went through to procure a Small Business Loan through her bank and the federal online sites as advised by her accountant and local bank loan officer. She reports that the company did not receive any service calls the first three weeks of social distancing orders, and then, as the need became too great for those with stopped up sewers or broken pipes, the calls began to come in, but still business is slow.  Economy Plumbing is a member of GoLocal, which helps with marketing their essential presence in the community.

Our second guest Janeen Murray discucusses how locally owned businesses are vital for the local economy, allowing the money paid for goods and services to recirculate in the community.  GoLocal is a collective of locally owned businesses, and you can see the GoLocal logo on many of their storefronts.  The local business members are listed in the quarterly print catalog and in the directory of GoLocal's website, so whenever a county resident needs a particular service or goods a visit to the website and search will bring up the possibilities of dealing locally. Many small businesses are expanding their services to adapt to the virus precautions in place to include curbside pickups, food carryout, and even store-to-door delivery.

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On Monday's show of 5/11/2020   WSA200511  our guest Dr. Kim D. Hester Williams shares her path to profess expertise on African American Literature and Multicultural Studies from Black sharecropping grandparents to being bused as a student in the 1970's to integrate schools in Los Angeles County through hour-long rides from L.A. to San Fernando Valley, which enabled her to make friends with students with different backgrounds. The sacrifice of Dr. Hester Williams' ancestors and the history of racism in this country drew her to study English Literature and the contributions of authors from different ethnic backgrounds. Kim talks about the impact on American Literature of Octavia Butler, considered to be the Grand Dame of American Science Fiction and a beacon in other literature realms, as well, who imagined worlds where African American women were heroes and helped build just communities. Dr. Hester Williams discusses Feminism and Intersectionality, which expands the mission of the Women's Movement, embracing everyone in the community. Feminism addresses power and the fact that self-interest, possessive individualism and extractive capitalism belie the fact that we are interconnected.

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On Monday's show of 5/4/2020   WSA200504  our first guest Dorothy Battenfeld shares her journey to be a leader in education, beginning with the mentoring of her mother who was active in politics and elected to a public office, teaching Social Scence at Montgomery High School for 30 years and then succesfully elected to the Santa Rosa Junior College Board of Trustees. Dorothy talks of the recent changes made at the JC in responding the the CoronaVirus, having had to transform 95% of the classes to online platforms. Over 300 laptops were loaned to students to accomodate those students without such devices. Hot spots for WiFi access to the internet classes have been set up around the county for those with poor reception of internet. The recent federal CARES Act allows for $500 emergency grants for students with Social Security Numbers suffering econmic hardship because of the pandemic . The SRJC Foundation has set up a Student Crisis Fund, and donations can be given through the SRJC Foundation's website. Dorothy reminds us that we are today building our future with education of our community members.

Our second guest Hilary Moore shares her journey to co-founding the Off the Page Readers Theater in Sebastopol.  Also a bit of background, just before Hilary came on we heard  the song No Sin to Be Poor sung and composesd by Pi Jacobs, who is Hilary Moore’s daughter. Hilary talks of the putting out the call for essays and writings from local authors on a certain theme, making selections from these submissions for the final script, and then presenting this at venues around the county.  Hilary reads a piece she has written for the show Detour, originally scheduled for June but postponed indefinitely to be announced via the OTPRT's website or Facebook page.  Her essay recalls her "detour" delivering mail for the US Postal Service.

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On Monday's show of 4/27/2020   WSA200427  our first guest is Laura Wells, who has been encouraging Public Banking for over 10 years when she campaigned for the Governor of California. In October 2019 Governor Newsom, as only the second state to do so, signed into law the ability for counties and cities to form Public Banks. Laura recounts the history of Public Banking beginning in North Dakota by farmers being foreclosed by banks lobbying successfully to form a Public Bank in that state in 1919, one hundred years before California legalized it.  Public Banking, according to Laura, can be helpful to localities in accessing the benefits of the CARES Act, just signed into  law as the Federal response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Our second guest Susan Gorin, Chair of the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, gives us a report on the County's efforts to slow the infection rate of the Coronavirus and what measures are in place and what will will be relaxed later this week. Supervisor Gorin encourages county residents to visit the county's YouTube Channel with videos of public meetings and advice in English and Spanish, as well as to visit the  Emergency and Preparedness website  https://socoemergency.org/ for the current Health Orders and  links and telephone numbers that address the pandemic issues. A Dashboard on this website at the bottom of the home page gives one the number of new and total cases to date, recovered cases, deaths,  COVID-19 tests given, and graphs of new cases by date and Bay Area county cases.

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On Monday's show of 4/20/2020   WSA200420  host Elaine B. Holtz, talks with her   co-producer Ken Norton, who remembers the smoggy Los Angeles air that he left to study at San Jose State College, and the Survival Faire that preceeded the first Earth Day in 1970 by a couple of months on February 20, 1970 as a kickstart to the era of ecological concern. Students from a Humanities course organized the student funded theSurvival Faire and the purchase of a new orange Maverick to bury in a grave dug on the campus after a solemn funeral procession through downtown San Jose. Students and scholars of colleges and universities around the nation were concerned over the environmental impact of automobile exhaust and pesticides.  Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin found much willingness around the country to found the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. The Survival Faire was such a memorable event with street theatre that the New York Times reported on it.

Elaine then has a discussion with Vesta Copestakes, who wrote the lead article in the April 2020 issue of the Sonoma County Gazette called Earth Day - 50 Years of Steady Progress - Perspective over a Lifetime and discusses this with Elaine.  Vesta recounts a policy made by Mao Tse Tung in China to eradicated the sparrows for he feared they were eating too much of the grain as his people were starving.  This policy just made life worse as Nature responded with the lack of birds eating not only grains but insects, as well, with a scourge of locusts. She remembers Rachel Carson's publication of her book Silent Spring and the role of DDT pesticides in killing mosquitoes, a food source for birds,  Vesta then lists some improvements made over the 50 years, like recycling, the ban of DDT and the forming of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, only to be set back many ways by the present White House.

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 Gloria Allred  On Monday March 5, 2018,  WSA180305 Elaine interviewed Gloria Allred, who shares her journey from teacher to attorney advocating for women's rights for 40 years. Gloria talks of what sustains her in her committment to social change.  Gloria's hope is that this year will be known as the Year of Empowerment for Women, and she certainly is a mentor as she confronts rich and powerful men Harvey Weinstein, Judge Roy Moore, Bill Cosby, O.J. Simpson and even the President Bill Clinton of the United States as she represents courageous but hurt women.

 On Monday June 15, 2020 WSA200615   Gloria Allred returned for a second visit to Women's Spaces to talks about her friend and client Norma McCorvey, the "Jane Roe" whose unwanted pregnancy led to the 1973 case that legalized abortion nationwide, Roe v. Wade, who is portrayed with her "deathbed confession" in the FX film aka Jane Roe, of switching from the volunteer and unpaid poster child of the Pro-Choice movement to become the paid-with-over-$450,000 poster child of the Pro-Life of Fetus movement Operation Rescue. Ms. Allred asserts, as does Norma in her confession that she was always Pro-Choice.


Erinn BrockovichErin Brockovich was our second guest on the show ,   WSA180709  of July 9, 2018.

Erin shares her story on becoming one of the most successful consumer activists in taking on PG&E in Hinkley, CA, in 1993, about which a movie was made called Erin Brockovich. Erin encourages us to break free from the box of other's expectations and to develop the self-esteem needed  for the long and persistent fight for justice.  Erin comes to Sonoma County to help those who were victims of last October wildfire storm that appears to have been sparked by PG&E's negligent behaviour in protecting their equipment from nearby brush and trees as required as a public utility. Erin warns of legislation that would shield PG&E from accountability in future wildfire disasters in California, inspite of the corporation's vast wealth.


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  Update 12/18/18: Sonoma County Supervisors reach a settlement with the parents of Andy Lopez for $3 million. www.pressdemocrat.com Article link

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Elaine B. Holtz, Host of Women's Spaces, interviewing Julie Combs with Ken Norton at the soundboard in the new studio in Santa Rosa, CA at Radio KBBF 89.1 FM - Photo by Francisco Lozano, KBBF-fm.org Webmasterp

 

 

Herstory!  The National Organization for Women marked its 50th Anniversary in 2016 and the Sonoma County Chapter of NOW celebrated the Golden Anniversary on October 22, 2016. The Video of the event by Evelina Molina is up on YouTube at https://youtu.be/qfvPckt_ySc and featured here for awhile:




More Herstory!  On April 20, 2016 the US Treasury announced that the picture of the first woman to grace the $20 bill will be that of Harriet Tubman, an African-American abolitionist who founded the Underground Railroad to free slaves.

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with cast of 8  women of the community performed at the Glaser Center, Santa Rosa, CA, in November 2009 with Linda Ferro singing her songs Please Peace and Never Enough.  See its archive page at WSS091100 with more information on the presentation.

I Am Woman, I Am All Women by Elaine B.Holtz with some of the cast of 8 I Am Woman, I Am All Women by Elaine B.Holtz with some of the cast of 8 Lindo Ferro performing her song Please Peace during the presentation of I Am Woman, I Am All Women

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Journaling to Tranform Your Self-Esteem

Journaling: A Workshop to Transform Your Self-Esteem by Dianna L. Grayer

 

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Discussion with the author Dianna L. Grayer, Ph.D.

Dianna L. Grayer on Women's Spaces TV Show

filmed 11/21/14

 

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Women in Business - Challenges and Inspirations

Debbie Meagher and Vichhi Olenski

Debbie Meagher and Vicchi Oleski

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filmed 8/24/2014    

Show ID:  WSS140824

 

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 Turning Fear Into Power: One Woman's Journey Confronting the War on Terror

Turning Fear Into Power: One Woman's Journey Confronting the War on Terror by Linda Sartor

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Discussion with the author Linda Sartor

filmed 8/1/2014    

Show ID:  WSS140801

 

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