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[An International report on girls' education : Mothers & Others ; Black feminism and social justice ; One true thing, the movie].

Author: Beth EngelerKaren Kelly, commentator.Jeanne H NeffLinda Anderson, commentator.Glenn BusbyAll authors
Publisher: [Troy, N.Y. : Sage Colleges ; Albany, N.Y. : WAMC Public Radio, 1998]
Series: 51% (Radio program), no. 485 (Oct. 29, 1998)
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Part 1. We take for granted that our daughters will go to school, but in many parts of the world girls are denied a basic education for cultural and economic reasons. Now things are looking up, according to a report from Population Action International. Beth Engeler talks with the group's executive director. (6:13).
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Named Person: Meryl Streep; Wendy Gordon; Patricia Hill Collins
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Beth Engeler; Karen Kelly, commentator.; Jeanne H Neff; Linda Anderson, commentator.; Glenn Busby; Diana Postlethwaite; Sage Colleges.; WAMC (Radio station : Albany, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 40426954
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Performer(s): Linda Anderson ; Glenn Busby ; Beth Engeler ; Diana Postlethwaite.
Description: 1 sound cassette (25 min.) : analog.
Series Title: 51% (Radio program), no. 485 (Oct. 29, 1998)

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Part 1. We take for granted that our daughters will go to school, but in many parts of the world girls are denied a basic education for cultural and economic reasons. Now things are looking up, according to a report from Population Action International. Beth Engeler talks with the group's executive director. (6:13).

Part 2. In 1989, a group of mothers gathered in actress Meryl Streep's kitchen. They were concerned about the effects of pesticides in food on their children. Today, Mothers & Others continues to work to ensure environmental safety. Linda Anderson speaks with a founder. (6:18).

Part 3. How effectively does the black feminism movement focus attention on social justice? Glenn Busby talks with a sociologist. (4:10).

Part 4. One true thing, the movie based on Anna Quindlen's novel, is about mothers and daughters. Film critic Diana Postlethwaite say that Quindlen gets to the heart of the baby boom generation. (3:30).

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