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This Week at the Women’s Resources Center

This Week @ the Women’s Resources Center!


Need a place to study as the end of the semester and finals approach? Although we don’t have a lot of space—the Women’s Resources Center might fit your needs. As the end of the semester looms, we don’t have many programs scheduled so there is table space and some comfortable furniture and floor pillows. We are WIFI enabled and will have coffee, tea, hot chocolate and snacks. Everyone welcome! WRC hours are: Monday through Thursday—9 AM to 10 PM; Friday—9 AM to 5 PM; Saturday & Sunday—closed unless there is a program

 

Monday/April 30 Illini Art Therapy Art-Making Session @ 7:00pm @ Women’s Resources Center, 2nd floor, 703 S. Wright Street, CH. Illini Art Therapy Association (IATA) is a registered student organization partnered with the Women’s Resources Center to provide art therapy sessions to student members and attendees. Art therapy sessions are co-facilitated by Emma Taufer and Elka Kazmierczak, two student artists and facilitators. Sessions are two hours long and feature various mediums and artistic styles, as well as, a sharing session where participants are encouraged to speak about their work and how it relates to their lives, if they so choose. All sessions are free and open to the public. IATA accepts donations to help cover the cost of art supplies. Should you require any additional accommodations (assistance with art supplies and seating, large print programs, ASL interpreter, visual/audio assistance, etc.), please contact us at your earliest convenience.

 

Tuesday/May 1 NOW Meeting@ 7:30 PM @ Women’s Resources Center; 706 S. Wright St., CH. NOW: National Organization for Women/UIUC Chapter. NOW’s purpose is to take action to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of American society now, exercising all privileges and responsibilities thereof in truly equal partnership with men. This purpose includes, but is not limited to, equal rights and responsibilities in all aspects of citizenship, public service, employment, education, and family life, and it includes freedom from discrimination because of race, ethnic origin, age, marital status, sexual preference/orientation, or parenthood. This meeting is open to all interested individuals.

 

Wednesday/May 2 Women’s Support Group@ 5:30 pm @ 2nd Floor Resource Rm, Asian American Cultural Center; 1210 W. Nevada Street, U. The Women’s Support Group is specifically for women students who have been sexually assaulted or abused within a relationship. It offers a mix of education and support allowing members of the group to work on trauma issues which have impacted their lives and gain support from their peers. The group will be a reflective process where members can share their feelings and experiences with other survivors. The group is facilitated by a trained staff person. Every Wednesday. For more information contact: womenscenter@illinois.edu or call Pat @ 217.333.3137. Open to any woman student.

 

Thursday/May 3 OIIR End of the Year Block Party @ 2:00 to 5:00pm @ Nevada Street, U. Join us on Nevada Street for music, food and FUN! Need a fun & free way to celebrate the end of the semester/year? Nevada Street is where it happens! Everyone WelcomeJ

 

Thursday/May 3 Mindful Movement Workshop @ 5:00 to 6:00pm @ Women’s Resources Center, 2nd floor, 703 S. Wright Street, CH. Busy running from class to class? Ever wind up at your dorm and not remember how you got there because you were busying thinking about your final exam? Ever leave an exam and realize your shoulders are up by your …ears? The hectic university lifestyle can often have us focused on what is going on in our heads while ignoring what is going on with our bodies. Wouldn’t it be nice to take a break from that to slow down and enjoy the moment? If you agree, join us at the Women’s Resource Center for an hour of “mindful movement” and discussion. This workshop will help you learn to slow down, participate in the moment, and increase your body awareness. Mindfulness has been shown to help treat such illnesses as anxiety, depression, substance use, and eating disorders. Join us for some gentle movement, relaxation, and to learn techniques that you can implement in your daily life. Please join us—we look forward to seeing you. Free and open to everyone1

 

Monday/May 7 Dish It Up “Finals Week Care Packages – With Love from the Women’s Resources Center Staff” @ 11:00 am to 6:00 pm @ Women’s Resources Center; 2nd Floor. 703 S. Wright Street, CH. Part of the Dish It Up Lunch Series, we want to help prepare students for finals, please come in anytime between 11am to 6pm to create your own “take-home” CARE package with sweets, gum, candy, and other delicious/healthy items! FREE to all Students!!

 

Monday/May 7 Illini Art Therapy Art-Making Session @ 7:00pm @ Women’s Resources Center, 2nd floor, 703 S. Wright Street, CH. Illini Art Therapy Association (IATA) is a registered student organization partnered with the Women’s Resources Center to provide art therapy sessions to student members and attendees. Art therapy sessions are co-facilitated by Emma Taufer and Elka Kazmierczak, two student artists and facilitators. Sessions are two hours long and feature various mediums and artistic styles, as well as, a sharing session where participants are encouraged to speak about their work and how it relates to their lives, if they so choose. All sessions are free and open to the public. IATA accepts donations to help cover the cost of art supplies. Should you require any additional accommodations (assistance with art supplies and seating, large print programs, ASL interpreter, visual/audio assistance, etc.), please contact us at your earliest convenience.

 

Tuesday/May 8 NOW Meeting @ 7:30 PM @ Women’s Resources Center; 706 S. Wright St., CH

NOW: National Organization for Women/UIUC Chapter. NOW’s purpose is to take action to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of American society now, exercising all privileges and responsibilities thereof in truly equal partnership with men. This purpose includes, but is not limited to, equal rights and responsibilities in all aspects of citizenship, public service, employment, education, and family life, and it includes freedom from discrimination because of race, ethnic origin, age, marital status, sexual preference/orientation, or parenthood. This meeting is open to all interested individuals.

 

Out & About on Campus!


Sunday/April 29 Champaign-Urbana’s Fourth Annual Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration! @ 2:00 to 4:00pm @ Lincoln Square Village Mall, U. The University of Illinois’ Asian American Cultural Center presents Champaign-Urbana’s fourth annual Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. May has nationally been celebrated as AAPI Heritage Month for almost four decades now, but hosting a formal celebration for our AAPI community in Champaign-Urbana has been a new endeavor.  Last year’s celebration brought together the diverse facets of C-U’s unique campus and community AAPI population, while also educating, entertaining and engaging the public via performances, interactive art, and cultural educational booths and resources.  Experience the sights and sounds of traditional and modern performances (music, dance, and martial arts) and find out how those performances fit into the AAPI community, expand your artistic skills through interactive arts, crafts, and calligraphy, and learn more about the many groups that make up the rich culture of C-U’s AAPI population through cultural educational booths and resources. The event is free and open to the public. The Asian American Cultural Center and Lincoln Square Village Mall proudly sponsors this event and is paid for in part by UofI’s Student Cultural Programming Fee and City of Urbana Arts Grant.

 

Wednesday/May 2 2012 Lavender Graduation & Awards Ceremony @ 5:30 pm @ 314 Illini Union. You are invited to honor lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and ally graduates along with award winners at the 2012 Lavender Graduation & Awards Ceremony. Refreshments beginning at 5:30 pm. Program beginning at 6 pm. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Siobhan Somerville, Associate Professor in the Department of English & the Department of Gender & Women’s Studies.

 

Saturday/May 12 2012 Native American House Congratulatory Ceremony @ 5:30-7:00pm @ Illini Union, Illini Rooms A, B, C.  The date for Native American students who are graduating this semester and want to participate in the 2012 Native American House Congratulatory Ceremony has been extended to Friday, April 20th. Click here for the application and return to the Native American House. Families, relatives and invited guests are also asked to RSVP to nah@illinois.edu by Friday, April 20 by including number of guests and dietary restrictions.

 

Saturday/May 12 Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center 2012 Black Congratulatory Ceremony @ 6:30pm @ George Huff Hall; 1206S. Fourth Street, CH. The Black Congratulatory Ceremony is held every year to honor the African American graduates on the Illinois campus. The BNAACC recognizes those students of African descent who have graduated from the U of I with a bachelor, masters, Ph.D., and or professional degree in a ceremony reflecting the African American tradition.

 

Saturday/May 12 La Casa Cultural Latina 33rd Annual Latina/Latino Congratulatory Ceremony @ 7:30pm @ Krannert Center Great Hall. Keynote Speaker: Monica Torres-Linares. Registration Deadline: April 25, 2012 (to be guaranteed a stole with flags). Detailed information about how to register is @ http://studentaffairs.illinois.edu/diversity/lacasa/index.html. Please RSVP no later than April 30th to Lizette Rivera at lriver4@illinois.edu.

24th Annual Lambda Literary Awards Gala (via Lambda Literary

Armistead Maupin and Kate Millett to be Honored at 24th Annual Lambda Literary Awards Gala


Posted on 24. Apr, 2012 by in Foundation Updates

Comedienne Kate Clinton to Host Ceremony Stellar Line up of Presenters includes Olympia Dukakis & Charles Busch!

Special Performance by Lypsinka / Lady Bunny to DJ VIP After-Party!

The Lambda Literary Foundation is pleased to announce this year’s Pioneer Award recipients: Kate Millett and Armistead Maupin. They will be honored at the 24th Annual Lambda Literary Awards (“Lammys”) ceremony to be hosted by comedienne Kate Clinton on Monday, June 4th in New York City at the CUNY Graduate Center, Proshansky Auditorium (365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street). Legendary entertainer Lypsinka will give a special performance at the ceremony. The VIP After-Party, immediately following at Slate (54 West 21st Street), will feature celebrity DJ, Lady Bunny. The Lammys brings together over 400 attendees, sponsors, and celebrities to celebrate excellence in LGBT literature, making it the most glamorous LGBT literary event in the country.

Both Millett and Maupin were pioneers in lesbian and gay literature in the 1970s. Millett, a feminist, author, filmmaker, and sculptor, established her voice in second-wave feminism in 1970 with her seminal work Sexual Politics. In 1976 Maupin launched his groundbreaking Tales of the City serial in the San Francisco Chronicle. He is the author of nine novels, including the six-volume Tales of the City series, Maybe the Moon, The Night Listener and, most recently, Michael Tolliver Lives. Three miniseries starring Academy Award-winning Olympia Dukakis and Laura Linney were made from the first three Tales novels. The Night Listener became a feature film starring Robin Williams and Toni Collette. Dr. Eleanor Pam, a pioneer in the Women’s movement and a founding member of NOW, the National Organization of Women, as well as an expert on women and violence, will introduce Millet.  Dukakis, who was nominated for an Emmy for her portrayal of Mrs. Anna Madrigal in the miniseries, will introduce Maupin.

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Artists Against AIDS April 26-29

The 20th Annual Artists Against AIDS Show & Sale will be held April 26-29, 2012.

GCAP’s annual Artists Against AIDS event is its largest fund-raiser of the year.  Participating artists (more than 200) donate 50% or more from the sale of their art to GCAP.  Art is displayed in a multi-day gallery and sale, accompanied by receptions, music, food, and a fun atmosphere.


Jazzy Opening Night Reception — Thursday April  26th from 6:30pm-8:30pm (admission $50)
For further information on the Opening Night reception or to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.artistsagainstaids.info/first-look-opening-reception/

Open to public — April 27, 28, 29, 2012
(Free admission)
Friday, April 27:  6-9pm
Saturday, April 28: 2-9pm
Sunday, April 29:  1-6pm with Artists’ Reception 3-5pm

Location:
The McKinley Fitness Center
500 W. Church Street
Champaign, IL 61820

Rare Ancient Statue Depicts Topless Female Gladiator

http://www.livescience.com/19729-female-gladiator-statue-rome.html

 

A small bronze statue dating back nearly 2,000 years may be that of a female gladiator, a victorious one at that, suggests a new study.

If confirmed the statue would represent only the second depiction of a woman gladiator known to exist……….

Right Here I See My Own Books–The Women’s Building library at the World’s Columbian Exposition 1893

Right Here I See My Own Books: The Women’s Building Library at the World’s Columbian Exposition

A presentation by Wayne A. Wiegand, F. William Summers Professor of Library and Information Studies Emeritus at Florida State University

 

Hosted by the GSLIS History Salon
April 24, 2012, 4:00 p.m.
Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Room 126
501 East Daniel Street, Champaign

Please join us for the GSLIS History Salon as we welcome Wayne A. Wiegand, F. William Summers Professor of Library and Information Studies Emeritus at Florida State University, for a special presentation of Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman’s Building Library at the World’s Columbian Exposition (University of Massachusetts Press, January 2012), a book he co-authored with Sarah Wadsworth, associate professor of English at Marquette University.

Among the most popular of the attractions at the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago was the Woman’s Building, a monumental exhibit hall filled with the products of women’s labor—including more than 8,000 volumes of writing by women from twenty-four countries between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries. This landmark collection helped consolidate and institutionalize women’s writing in conjunction with the burgeoning women’s movement and the professionalization of librarianship in late nineteenth-century America.

Right Here I See My Own Books examines the progress, content, and significance of this historic first effort to assemble a comprehensive library of women’s texts.  By weaving together the behind-the-scenes story of the library’s formation and the stories between the covers of books on display, Wadsworth and Wiegand firmly situate the Woman’s Building Library within the historical context of the 1890s.

Speaker Biography:

Wayne A. Wiegand is F. William Summers Professor of Library and Information Studies Emeritus at Florida State University. He is the author of Main Street Public Library: Community Places and Reading Spaces in the Rural Heartland, 1876-1956, Irrepressible Reformer: A Biography of Melvil Dewey, and several other books. He has been recognized three times with the G.K. Hall Award for Outstanding Contribution to Library Literature. Currently he is editing a series of essays by authors using the Main Street Public Library database for the Spring 2012 issue of Library Trends.

 

After I saw this event I hit my local web browser and visited assorted links associated with the Women’s Building at the Columbia World Exposition.  Here are a few:

The 1893 Chicago World’s Fair presents The Women’s Building

The Women’s Building at the World’s Columbian Exhibition from The Chicago History Journal

Art and Handicraft in the Women’s Building of the World’s Columbian Exposition

 

I’m putting this event on my personal calendar and hopefully will get to talk to the author of Right Here I See My Own Books.

 

WEFT PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS

WEFT PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS

 

Congratulations to Vicki Niswander, host of Disability Beat , Wednesday, 5:30PM – 6PM, who was nominated for “Media of the Year”, through The Illinois Interagency Committee on Employees with Disabilities.  She will receive recognition for runner up at the annual awards on April 25, 2012, which are held to recognize a state employee, state agencies, and non-profit groups and businesses for their support of employees with disabilities, as well as for promoting a greater awareness of disability issues.  Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon will present the awards.

  • Tune in Monday night, April 16th, 10-11PM to The Unemployed Architechts, an acoustic, ambient, and indie group on The WEFT Sessions .  Be part of the studio audience and join us at the WEFT Studios at 113 N. Market St., downtown Champaign, every Monday night, 10-11PM, for the weekly live on air concerts.  You can view the upcoming schedule as well as past performances at www.sessions.weft.org.  To book your band, click on weftsessions@hotmail.com.
  • Thanks to jazz host Rick Schoell and jazz Music Director Jason Finkelman for inviting drummer Andy Burton and Friends, an 8-piece ensemble, for a live on air jazz concert a week ago Tuesday night, 8-10PM, April 10th, on The Medicine Wheel .  The group performed under the direction of Chicago bassist and UI Jazz Educator, Larry Gray .
  • The First Friday Blues Live  series is made possible through WEFT’s Community Partnership with the Prairie Crossroads Blues Society . Chicago Blues legend, Smilin’ Bobby, was in live on air for an interview and performance, April 6th, prior to playing a concert at Memphis on Main.  Listen/watch Smilin’ Bobby on “Welfare Problem” 

Day of Silence April 20, 2012

Day of Silence

Fri ,  April 20, 2012
LGBT Day of Silence is April 20, 2012. The LGBT Resource Center and LGBT student orgs are sponsoring multiple events on campus that day: 11-3 Info Tables on the Quad. Noon Rally on the Quad. 4 PM “Die-in” at Green & Wright Streets. 5 PM Breaking the Silence Rally at the Alma Mater. 8-10 PM Green St. Hug In prep in the LGBTRC. 10 PM Green St. Hug In.

Women’s Resources Center Calendar

This Week @ the Women’s Resources Center

Sexual Assault Awareness Month Activities are sponsored by: Counseling Center; Diversity and Social Justice Education; Office of Student Conflict Resolution; Rape Advocacy Counseling and Education Services; Sexual Health Peers; UIUC Police Department; Women’s Resources Center.

 

Monday/April 16 Illini Art Therapy Art-Making Session@ 7:00pm @ Women’s Resources Center, 2nd floor, 703 S. Wright Street, CH. Illini Art Therapy Association (IATA) is a registered student organization partnered with the Women’s Resources Center to provide art therapy sessions to student members and attendees. Art therapy sessions are co-facilitated by Emma Taufer and Elka Kazmierczak, two student artists and facilitators. Sessions are two hours long and feature various mediums and artistic styles, as well as, a sharing session where participants are encouraged to speak about their work and how it relates to their lives, if they so choose. All sessions are free and open to the public. IATA accepts donations to help cover the cost of art supplies. Should you require any additional accommodations (assistance with art supplies and seating, large print programs, ASL interpreter, visual/audio assistance, etc.), please contact us at your earliest convenience.

 

Tuesday/April 17 NOW Meeting@ 7:30 PM @ Women’s Resources Center; 706 S. Wright St., CH. NOW: National Organization for Women/UIUC Chapter. NOW’s purpose is to take action to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of American society now, exercising all privileges and responsibilities thereof in truly equal partnership with men. This purpose includes, but is not limited to, equal rights and responsibilities in all aspects of citizenship, public service, employment, education, and family life, and it includes freedom from discrimination because of race, ethnic origin, age, marital status, sexual preference/orientation, or parenthood. This meeting is open to all interested individuals.

 

Wednesday/April 18 Women & the Occupation@ NOON @ Women’s Resources Center; 2nd Floor, 703 S. Wright Street, CH. A week long group of events highlighting the occupation of Palestine. This will be a presentation about the status of Palestinian women under Israeli occupation. How are Palestinian women regulated by Israel? In what ways does this curtail their rights? What is the internal culture of Palestine towards Palestinian women? What role do they/don’t they play in resisting the occupation and how has this interacted with the internal growing feminist movement within Palestine. The event is FREE, alight lunch will be provided, open to everyone. Sponsored by the Students for Justice in Palestine and co-sponsored by Amnesty International; International Socialist Organization; Invisible Conflicts; Iraq Veterans Against the War; National Lawyers Guild; Urbana-Champaign Peace Initiative; Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano De Aztlan and Women’s Resources Center. Funded in part by SORF.

 

Wednesday/April 18 Women’s Support Group@ 5:30 pm @ 2nd Floor Resource Rm, Asian American Cultural Center; 1210 W. Nevada Street, U. The Women’s Support Group is specifically for women students who have been sexually assaulted, or abused within a relationship. It offers a mix of education and support allowing members of the group to work on trauma issues which have impacted their lives and gain support from their peers. The group will be a reflective process where members can share their feelings and experiences with other survivors. The group is facilitated by a trained staff person. Every Wednesday. For more information contact: womenscenter@illinois.edu or call Pat @ 217.333.3137. Open to any woman student.

 

Thursday/April 19 Take Back the Night March and Rally@ 6:30pm @ Lincoln Square Mall. Join us for the 33rd Annual Take Back the Night Rally and March against sexual violence in our community and our campus!! The event begins with a “call to march”, we will march accompanied by the power of our voices, and end at the QUAD on campus with a rally. Open to everyone!

 

Thursday/April 19 Healing Works Art Exhibit & Opening Reception@ 6:00 to 10:00pm @ Women’s Resources Center, 2nd floor, 703 S. Wright Street, Champaign. Healing Works annual art exhibit features works about surviving sexual violence and abuse. “We have survived and in that survival is our life, our strength, our spirituality. And we are telling about it” Linda Hogan, writer, poet, playwright, Indian rights activist, educator, The Stories We Hold Secret, 1986. The exhibit includes all mediums–painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, collage, writing, performance, film, etc. The exhibit will be part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, April 2012 open during regular hours of the women’s center. April 19 will be a reception in conjunction with the Boneyard Arts Festival. Refreshments will be included!

 

Thursday/April 19 Saying NO! to Victim Blame: Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault@ 7:00pm @ South Recreation Room, Allen Hall; 1005 W. Gregory Dr., Urbana. A workshop about how to support victims/survivors by shifting the blame off them and the “coulds, woulds, shoulds” and placing the blame of the assailants!

 

Monday/April 23 Feminist Film Festival @ 7pm @ Art Theatre; 126 W. Church Street, CH. For the 3rd year the Women’s Resources Center will sponsor and host the Feminist Film Festival! The festival is a juried collection of films submitted by students with a theme of “feminism” as defined by their artistic creativity. The festival premieres with a RED CARPET opportunity to have you photo taken with friends, fans and local celebrities followed by a screening of the films in the historic Boardman’s Art Theatre. Screenings will be followed by the announcement of awards, including the audience selection for “favorite film”. Please join us for this fun-filled, inspiring tribute to the film buff in all of us!! This event is free but please pick up a ticket at one of the campus outlets, call the WRC to find the nearest location for a ticket @ 217.333.3137.

 

Wednesday/April 25 “La Operacíon” &“Congratulations Mr. Gonzalez!” @ 6pm @ La Casa Cultural Latina; 1203 W. Nevada Street, U. Film Screening and Discussion with Director/producer, Victor Cruz. Come watch the short films, have a conversation with the director/ producer, and enjoy some FREE FOOD! Co-Sponsored by: La Casa Cultural Latina; Latinos in Pre Health; Women’s Resources Center; Puerto Rican Student Association; GOLS; Lambda Theta Alpha; M.E.C.h.A.; LLSGSO; and SORF. Free—everyone welcome!

 

Friday/May 3 Rock Out against Rape: Benefit Concert@ 6pm – 10pm @ Jupiter’s at the Crossing; 2511 Village Green Place, CH.


Take Back the Night–April 19, 2012

via the Women’s Resources Center Newsletter


Why Take Back the Night?

A woman walks alone down a dark, deserted street. With every shadow she sees, and every sound she hears, her pounding heart flutters and skips a beat. She hurries her pace as she sees her destination become closer. She is almost there. She reaches the front door, goes inside, collects herself, and moves on forgetting, at least for tonight, the gripping fear that momentarily enveloped her life. This scene could have occurred anywhere last night, last year, or even 100 years ago. Historically, women faced the anxiety of walking alone at night and that is why Take Back the Night began.

Thirty-three years ago, women started to stand up and speak out against sexual violence under the banner of Take Back the Night. During those years, Take Back the Night became known internationally as a visible way to take a stand against sexual violence, specifically violence against women.

Hope for the Future

Women from Illinois to New York to India are letting their voices shatter the silence, but there is much to be accomplished in the fight to end sexual violence. Crimes of this nature continue to appear in the news in epidemic proportions. Our movies, our music, and daily news describe another killing, shooting; more abuse, violence and rape. As the history of Take Back the Night continues to be written, its mission to end sexual violence for all remains a beacon of hope for the millions affected by crimes of violence. We have made great strides, but our march is far from over. (From TBTN @ http://www.takebackthenight.org/index.html

2012 Take Back the Night is scheduled for Thursday, April 19 @ Lincoln Square Mall @ 6:30pm. Please join us as we march to to the campus Quad to continue the struggle to ensure that our campus and community will be a safe place…for women, children AND men! It’s time to make your voice heard, stand strong with others as we demand—“NO means NO! Stop the rape, stop the abuse, stop the violence! Not HERE, not NOW, not EVER!!”

 

Playlist for April 15, 2012 Host: Abby

Sinéad O’Connor “VIP” from How About I Be Me (And You Be You)? CD ALBUM (One Little Indian 2012) N Buy it!
Kellie Pickler “Tough” from 100 Proof
Sj Tucker “Bad Apple Lament” from Tangles
Bella Hardy “Written In Green” from Songs Lost & Stolen
Emily Smith “Fair Helen of Kirkconnel” from A Day Like Today
Jackie Oates “Crockery Ware” from Violet Hour
Tracy Chapman “SING FOR YOU” from Our Bright Future CD ALBUM
Cris Williamson & Teresa Trull “Country Blessed”
Lucy Billings “My Caballo” from No Other Road
Mimi Noland “The Hawk” from self released
Emily Otnes “WALTZ” from Against the Wind CD EP
Mimi Noland-Pentagram Moon from self released
Shotgun Wedding “Mondays and Twisters” from Shotgun Wedding
Ellen Cherry “1912 Violet Swims But the Ship Sinks” from (New) Years
Melissa Etheridge “All The Way To Heaven” from Your Little Secret
Joni Mitchell “Ladies of the Canyon” from Ladies Of The Canyon
Lorraine Feather “Off The Grid Girl” from Tales Of The Unusual
Laura Wetzler “The Arbor” from Flying
Jackie Morris “We’re Not Lost” from Tell Me A Story
LeAnn Rimes “A Good Hearted Woman” from Lady & Gentlemen
Audra Mae and The Almighty Sound “Annie Get Your Gun” from Audra Mae and The Mighty Sound
Janis Ian “God & the FBI” from The Essential Janis Ian
Brenda Kahn “SWEET MARIE” from Goldfish Don’t Talk Back
Ani DiFranco “Cradle And All” from Canon
Mariel Vandersteel “Norafjolls” from Hickory
Sueann “Blues in My Sunshine” from Blues In My Sunshine
Ms. Jody “I Did It” from Ms. Jody’s In The House (feat. David Brinston)
Esperanza Spalding “Let Her” from Radio Music Society
Shaun Murphy “Gonna Buy Me a Mule (Live)” from Live at Callahan’s Music Hall
Betty Wright “Go! (Live from Showcase Live, Foxboro, MA/2010) [Bonus Track]” from Betty Wright – The Movie
Teresa Trull “Woman Loving Women” from Lesbian Concentrate (Olivia 1977)
Judy Grahn “A History of Lesbianism” from Lesbian Concentrate
Sue Fink “Leaping Lesbians” from Lesbian Concentrate
Mary Watkins “No Hiding Place” from Lesbian Concentrate
Cathy Winter “The Heretic Heart” from Breath On My Fire / Traveling Home
Alix Dobkin “Amazon ABC” from Love & Politics, A 30 Year Saga
Holly Near “Simply Love” from Simply Love (Disc 2)
Holly Near “WONDERFUL” from Simply Love (Disc 2)
Jenn Cleary “My Favorite Place” from Back to the Wheel
Kate Campbell “New South” from Two Nights In Texas C
Indigo Girls “Share The Moon” from Beauty Queen Sister (Bonus Track Version)
Sinéad O’Connor “4th and Vine” from How About I Be Me (And You Be You)?
Mae Moore “Red Clay Hills” from It’s A Funny World (Paras Recording 2002)Buy it!

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