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WMW Playlist March 26 2017 host Gina & Hila

Playlist Date,On Air,Off Air,Show Name,Category,DJ Name
2017-03-26,13:00:00,15:00:00,Womyn Making Waves,Music,Gina
Artist,Song,Disk,Disk Released,Label
Ani DiFranco,Shameless,Dilate,1996,Righteous Babe Records
Valerie June,Man Done Wrong,The Order of Time,2017,Concord Records
Melissa Etheridge,I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now),Memphis Rock and Soul,2016,”MLE Music, Inc.”
Angel Forrest,Wildflower,Angel’s 11,2016,Ad Litteram
Hurricane Ruth,Whole Lotta Rosie,Ain’t Ready for the Grave,2017,Hurricane Ruth Records
Patty Reese,”Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right”,Let In The Sun,2017,Azalea City Recordings
Lara Herscovitch,The Conductor,Misfit,2016,La Rama
Gillian Welch,Georgia Road,Boots No. 1 The Official Revival Bootleg disc 1,2016,Acony Records
Susan Kane,Comes a Time,Mostly Fine,2016,Susan Kane
Susan B Anthony,Women’s Right to Vote,Women’s Right to Vote,0000,You Tube
Rebecca Loebe,Say So,Blink,2017,Black Wolf
Anna & Elizabeth,Sun to Sun,Sun to Sun,2016,Free Dirt
Courtney Marie Andrews,Put the Fire Out,Honest Life,2016,Mama Bird
Jennifer Cutting,She,Waves,2017,SunSign
Caroline Doctorow,Across the Universe,Dreaming in Vinyl,2016,Narrow Lane Records
Los Hijos de la Montana,Amore De Lejos,Los Hijos de la Montana,2015,Cosmica Records
Marianne Faithfull,Ghost Dance,20th Century Masters – Marianne Faithfull,2003,Island Records
Lake Street Dive,How Good it Feels,Side Pony,2016,Nonesuch
Lottie,Under My Skin,Gold,2017,unknown
Norah Jones,Burn,Day Breaks,2016,Blue Note Records
Tanya Donelly,Between The Bars,Say Yes! A Tribute to Elliott Smith,2016,American Laundromat1
Jen Chapin & Rosetta Trio,”You Haven’t Done Nothin”””,Light of Mine,2008,Purple Chair Music
Charlee Remitz,Saints Until Fridays,Saints Until Fridays,2016,Trend Def
Gloria,This Must be the Place (Naive Melody),People Like You and Me,2003,WM Sweden
Joss Stone,Don’t Cha Wanna Ride,Mind Body & Soul,2004,curve records
Lilli Lewis,Very Small Things,Very Small Things,2009,Elysium Recor

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April Activities from the Women’s Resources Center

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Women’s Resources Center
2nd Floor, 703 S. Wright Street, Champaign
217.333.3137 | http://www.go.illinois.edu/wrc
March 30, 2017
WRC on Facebook
Saturday, 4/1 @ 7PM-11:30PM @ Chester Street Bar—Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert. We Are the Resistance and Advocates for Choice are putting on a benefit concert for Planned Parenthood as a kick off for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. There will be five bands performing, a comedian, speeches by local community members, and a drag show to end the evening. Cover.

Monday, 4/3 @ 5:00-6:30pm @ Women’s Resource Center—ManTalks | Male and Masculine Identified Survivor Support Panel. A bi-weekly dialogue on men and masculinity for men, masculine-identified people, and their allies. Please join us for a special ManTalks in collaboration with Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We will be discussing how to support survivors of sexual violence along with listening to testimonies from male and masculine identifying survivors.

Monday, 4/3 @ 7pm to 9pm @ Women’s Resource Center—Journey to Healing: Moving through Trauma Using the Creative Arts. This will be a workshop provided by the Expressive Arts Association that focuses on healing from sexual trauma through the creative process.

Monday, 4/3 @ 12:00pm – 1:00pm @ Main Quad—Red Flag Campaign Kickoff. What can you do to challenge situations that have a potential of escalating to sexual assault or dating violence? Come to the Main Quad to learn about red flags, resources, and how you can intervene. Take the bystander pledge! Free and open to the public.

Monday, 4/3 @ 12:00 PM @ Women’s Resource Center—QUENCH: Therapeutic Writing and the Healing that Can Come with Self-expression. Featuring Kit Yan who is an Asian-American playwright, poet, performer, lyricist and Brooklyn based artist by the way of Hawaii. Kit’s work has received recognition from Campus Pride, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, and the OUTmusic awards. Kit holds a B.S. from Babson College and is a nationally touring artist whose poetry and performances have been reviewed by New York Magazine, Bitch, Hyphen, and Curve Magazines . Kit is currently working on a theatrical poetry investigation that has been supported by a fellowship from the Civilians R&D Group. It focuses on the effect of testosterone on transgender bodies aiming to disrupt common transgender narratives that reinforce binary happiness and the being born into the wrong body story. Free

Monday, 4/3 @ 7pm @ UIUC YMCA—QUEER HEARTACHE. Featuring Kit Yan is an Asian-American playwright, poet, performer, lyricist and Brooklyn based artist by the way of Hawaii. Kit’s work has received recognition from Campus Pride, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, and the OUTmusic awards. Kit holds a B.S. from Babson College and is a nationally touring artist whose poetry and performances have been reviewed by New York Magazine, Bitch, Hyphen, and Curve Magazines . Kit is currently working on a theatrical poetry investigation that has been supported by a fellowship from the Civilians R&D Group. It focuses on the effect of testosterone on transgender bodies aiming to disrupt common transgender narratives that reinforce binary happiness and the being into the wrong body story. Free

Monday, 4/3 @ 11:00am to 2:00pm @ Main Quad—It’s On Us Pledge Drive Tabling. Take pledges for the Spring Week of Action for It’s On Us. NO FEE.

Tuesday, 4/4 @ 7:00PM @ Illini Union Courtyard Café—SASA Speaks. SASA speaks is an open mic night dedicated to speaking out against all gendered violence. Performers and groups from across the campus community can showcase their talent in order to bring light to the issues that SASA is passionate about. SASA Speaks will also be an open mic event for attendees to perform or speak impromptu about the issue of sexual assault. We hope this will be a powerful event that will inspire our community to end sexual assault and support survivors.

Tuesday, 4/4 @ 7:00PM @ Undergraduate Library—It’s On Us Pledge Drive Tabling. Tabling to get students to take the IOU pledge. NO FEE

Tuesday, 4/4 @ 4 to 6PM @ Women’s Resource Center—T-shirt Making Workshop. A workshop to make t-shirts for Clothesline Project. Open to all.

Wednesday, 4/5 @ 11:00 AM @ Parkland College—Red Flag Campaign. Kickoff with handouts from RACES.

Wednesday, 4/5 @ 11am-2pm @ Main Quad—Quad Bake Sale. Women of Pride will be hosting a bake sale to raise money for the LGBT RC!

Wednesday, 4/5 @ 6:00PM @ Illini Union and IKE—Twitter Town Hall for It’s On Us. Volunteers from the WRC will answer questions about sexual assault that students will ask via Twitter. Then they will directly message the students and volunteers from IOU will find them in either the Union or the IKE and give them a prize. NO FEE

Thursday, 4/6 @ 11am-2pm @ Main Quad—Quad Day. We will have a comprehensive “Quad Day” with multiple RSOs and RCs in order to make ourselves visible and provide opportunities to students to get more involved on campus!

Thursday, 4/6 @ 111m to 4pm @ Alma Mater statue—Clothesline Project. Display of Clothesline Project before TBTN.

Thursday, 4/6 @ 6:30pm – 9:50pm @ STARTS: Lincoln Square Mall and ENDS: Campus—Take Back the Night. Take Back the Night consists of a march and speak out aimed at raising awareness around sexual violence by bringing together survivors, community members, students, and other allies during a time of day that is often associated with violence.

Friday, 4/7 @ 12pm-1pm @ Native American House—Chat ‘n Chew: #NODAPL: Sexual Assault and Native Women in North Dakota presentation by Pat Morey, Director of Women’s Resources Center. Free

Friday, 4/7 @ 6:00 PM @ Illini Union—Queer Alumni Panel. Join us for a panel featuring queer alumni who will discuss their time at UIUC and beyond! Free

Friday, 4/7 @ 5:00PM @ Bromley Dining Hall—It’s On Us Pledge Drive Tabling. Tabling for students to take the IOU pledge.

Friday, 4/7 @ 12:00pm-1:00pm @ Illini Union, Room TBA—Resources & Reporting Series: Campus Safety Notices. A facilitated panel discussion about resources and reporting options regarding sexual violence, this event focuses on campus safety notices and common questions about them, featuring speakers from the University of Illinois Police Department. Facilitated by students in the Advanced CARE sexual violence prevention course. Free and open to the public.

WMW playlist March 19 2017 host Gina

Ani DiFranco,Amendment,Which Side Are You On?,2012,Righteous Babe Records
Linda Ronstadt,Back in the USA,Living in the USA,1978,Elektra
Beth Hart,Tell Her You’re Mine,Fire On The Floor,2016,Mascot/Provogue
Kathy & The Kilowatts,I Want To,Let’s Do This Thing,2017,Lectro Fine Records
Rae Gordon Band,Mississippi Mud,Dirty Flowers,2015,Self Released
Vanessa Collier,When Love Comes to Town,Meeting My Shadow,2017,Ruf Records
Tedeschi Trucks Band,Bird on the Wire,Live From The Fox Oakland,2017,Fantasy-Concord Music Group
Sistahs Too,Spice of Life,More To Do,2017,Self Released
Thornetta Davis,Am I Just a Shadow,Honest Woman,2017,Sweet Mama Music
Cyndi Lauper,Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do),At Last,2003,Sony
Lauren Mitchell,Soul Music,Desire,2017,Self Released
Lisa Biales,What a Man,The Beat of my Heart,2017,Big Song Music
Maya Angelou,Love Liberates,Love Liberates,2013,You Tube
Rory Block,Aberdeen Mississippi Blues,Keepin’ Outta Trouble,2016,Stony Plain
Laura Vecchione,Better Man,Love Lead,2016,Self Released
Valerie June,Shakedown,The Order of Time,2017,Concord Records
Emma’s Revolution,Earned this Gray,Now,2017,Self Released
Michelle Shocked,When I Grow Up,”Short, Sharp, Shocked”,1988,Mercury
Robin Greenstein,Hole in the Ground,Tears and Laughter,2016,Windy Records
Rebecca Folsom,Slice of Heaven,Extraordinary Days,2016,Rebecca Folsom
Gillian Welch,Pass You By,Boots No. 1 The Official Revival Bootleg disc 1,2016,Acony Records
Camela Widad,Lighthouse,Warriors of Love,2015,Camela Widad
Erika Kulnys,Hummingbird,Rise Up,2016,Erika Kulnys

Star Spangled Art Exhibit

March ALL Month @ Women’s Resources Center

Star Spangled Art Exhibit by Preetika Rajgariah, MFA Candidate, School of Art + Design. Star Spangled explores themes of cultural identity, perceptions of exoticism, and gendered materiality while specifically referencing my upbringing as an Indian born American. “I seek to understand the increasingly globalized world and the multifaceted experience of populations. Through the work, I ask questions of the complicated and tangled relationship of nationalism, identity, and the intersections of cultures.” Combining tactile elements such as Indian textiles, glitter, and embroidery thread, creates a bodily representation to further the discourse over the portrayal of cultures, both individually, as well as within the complex context of a globalized society.

Women in STEM Week March 27 – 31 2017

March 27 to March 31—Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Week! Get excited! The University of Illinois Women’s Resources Center and Women in Engineering are cosponsoring a week-long series of events designed to support women in science, technology, engineering, and math! #WiSTEMWEEK.
Lunch Talk: A Community College Perspective on STEM Education
March 27 @ 12:00pm – 1:00pm @ 248 Mechanical Engineering Building (MEB); 1206 W Green St, Urbana
Capital One Diversity Event – Celebrating Women in STEM
March 27 @ 4:00pm – 6:00pm @ National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) Auditorium and Lobby; 1205 W Clark St, Urbana
Intersectional Feminism in Science—A Panel Discussion
March 28 @ 2:00pm – 3:00pm @ Women’s Resources Center; 2nd Floor’ 703 S. Wright Street, Champaign
Meet a Physicist Open House
March 29 @ 4:00pm – 6:00pm @ Lincoln Square Mall; 201 Lincoln Square, Urbana
Advocacy for Women in the STEM
March 30 @ 12:00pm – 1:00pm @ 212 Engineering Hall; 1308 W Green St, Urbana
Girls Geek Out Fair
March 31 @ 2:00pm – 5:00pm @ Champaign Public Library; 200 W Green St, Champaign

21 Leaders for the 21st Century (via Women’s eNews)

Women’s eNews Announces 21 Leaders for the 21st Century Honorees (East Coast)

NEW YORK (WOMENSENEWS) –Women’s eNews is pleased to announce it will honor outstanding women, men and organizations at its annual ’21 Leaders for the 21st Century’ East Coast Awards Gala on Monday May 8, 2017, in New York City. This year’s honorees are:

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, D-NY-12 (Keynote Speaker). Maloney is a senior member of both the House Financial Services Committee and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and the Ranking House member of the Joint Economic Committee.

Ambassador Alice Dear, Women’s eNews Board Chair. President Bill Clinton appointed the former international banker, with unanimous consent of the Senate, as U.S. Executive Director of the African Development Bank, Africa’s premier financing institution where she served at headquarters in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire from 1994-2000. Dear represents Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at the United Nations in Consultative-Status to the Economic and Social Council, serves on the International Planning Committee of Global Summit of Women and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Wendy Diamond, Founder of Animal Fair Media. Diamond is also the Founder of the United Nations’ Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, held annually on Nov. 19 and celebrated in over 144 countries. She is also the recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor (2016).

Executive Women for Her, a coalition of leaders working together to ensure the election of progressive congressional and state candidates in upcoming elections. Its co-founders are: Jennifer Allyn (Managing Director in the Office of Diversity, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP); Rachel Cheeks-Givan (Global Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Pfizer); Carol Evans (President Emeritus, Working Mother Media); Sherrye Henry (former Director of the Small Business Association’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership); and Betty Spence (President, National Association of Female Executives-NAFE).

Mariam Jalabi, Director for the National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces’ Representative Office to the United Nations. Jalabi is also one of the founding members of the Syrian Non-violence Movement (SNVM).

Michael Kimmel, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies. Kimmel is the Founder and Editor of the academic journal, Men and Masculinities, and Founder of the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities. He is also author of “Guyland” and “Angry White Men.”

Lenora Lapidus, Director, Women’s Rights Project, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). In this role, Lapidus and her team argue for women’s equal employment and educational opportunities, and for putting an end to discrimination against victims of violence in U.S. federal and state courts.

Jessica Neuwirth, Founder and Director of the ERA Coalition, co-founder of the international women’s rights organization Equality Now, and Founder/Director of Donor Direct Action, an initiative to support women’s rights organizations around the world. She is the author of “Equal Means Equal: Why the Time for an Equal Rights Amendment Is Now.”

Rosa Rios, 43rd Treasurer of the United States. Rios is known for initiating and leading the efforts to place a portrait of a woman on the front of U.S. currency for the first time in the nation’s history, and continuing her work to honor historic American women. Rios is also the Founder of Empowerment 2020, a movement supporting advancement of women and girls.

Beth Shipp, Executive Director, LPAC Her organization builds the political power of lesbians by electing candidates that champion LGBT rights, women’s equality and social justice. Previously, Shipp served as the Political Director of NARAL Pro-Choice America.

Emer Timmons, Chief Marketing Officer and President of Strategic Sales at Brightstar Corp. Timmons is also Co-chair of the “Men As Change Agents” working group at the Women’s Business Council, UK. She is the recipient of the UK Women in IT Awards: Woman of the Year, 2015.

Carol Zimmer, Award-winning Journalist and Radio and Television Producer. Zimmer has covered politics, the United Nations, women’s issues and the economy for the NBC and CBS Radio networks, National Public Radio and Bloomberg News. She is the recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award, the 2014 New York Press Club Special Reporting Award and the 2015 Excellence in Financial Journalism Award.

“Women’s eNews is thrilled to include these outstanding leaders as honorees at our 2017 21 Leaders for the 21st Century East Coast Awards Gala. Each honoree demonstrates how the power of individuals, whether alone or together, can create change that makes a significant impact on our country, and the world,” says Lori Sokol, Ph.D., Women’s eNews’ Executive Director. “In the coming months Women’s eNews will announce additional 21 Leaders, to be honored on the West Coast this fall.”

The East Coast Awards Gala will take place on the evening of May 8 in New York City at Club 101 on Park Avenue.

About Women’s eNews
Women’s eNews is an award-winning nonprofit news service covering issues of particular concern to women and providing women’s perspectives on public policy. With writers and readers around the globe, Women’s eNews’ audience stretches from New York City to New Delhi and all points between, reaching an estimated 1.5 million readers each year. http://www.womensenews.org.

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Playlist March 12 2017 host Gina

Chaka Khan,I’m Every Woman,Epiphany:The Best of Chaka Khan,1996,Reprise Records
Kd Lang,Black Coffee,Shadowland,1988,Sire
Alexis Lombre,A Blues in Tyne,Southside Sounds,2017,self-released
Lisa Hilton,Sunset on the Beach,Day & Night,2017,Self Released
Maya Rae,Beautiful,Sapphire Birds,2016,Cellar Live Records
Carmen Lundy,Afterglow,Code Noir,2017,Afrasia
Lisa Lindsley,Heat Wave,Long After Midnight,2016,Black & Blue
Aminata Moseka,Bird Alone,An Abbey Lincoln Tribute,2017,Airborne Ecstacy
Joan Armatrading,Love and Affection,Track Record,1976,A & M
Juliana Hatfield,Needle in the Hay,Say Yes! A Tribute to Elliott Smith,2016,American Laundromat Records
Regina Spektor,Tornadoland,Remember Us to Life,2016,Sire Records
Stephcynie,Mr. Edwards,Mr. Edwards,2016,Stephcynie
Aretha Franklin,Respect,Aretha’s Best,2001,Atlantic Records
Lauren Hoffman & the Secret Storm,In the Sun,Family Ghost,2016,Amrit
Julia McDonald,Games,Gravity,2015,Self Released
Mary McAvoy,Summer Breeze,Wanderlust,2015,self-released
Norah Jones,Don’t Be Denied,DAY BREAKS,2016,Blue Note
Ani DiFranco,Here for Now,Canon,2007,Righteous Babe Records
Rachael Lynn,Tend to the Flame,To Street & Transfer,2017,Self Released
Haley Bonar,Better Than Me,Impossible Dream,2016,Gndwire/Thirty Tigers/Spit Comet
Natalie Estes,Reminds Me of You,20/20 Vision,2017,Self Released
Queen Latifah,UNITY,Black Reign,1993,Motown
Eliza Neals,”Cold, Cold Night”,”10,000 Feet Below”,2017,E-H Records
Valarie June,Long Lonely Road,The Order of Time,2017,Concord/June Tunes
Patty Reese,”Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right”,Let In The Sun,2017,Azalea City Recordings
Gloria Gaynor,I Will Survive,A Woman’s Voice,2000,Universai Music Enterprises

 

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