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Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan is a nationally syndicated American radio show with an international audience in 110 countries around the globe. The weekly show is hosted by Robin Morgan, the award-winning author of over 20 books, political analyst, former editor in chief of Ms. Magazine, and, in 2005, co-founder (with Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem) of The Women's Media Center.

Praised as "talk radio with a brain" by The Huffington Post, the show has enjoyed exponential ratings growth, not only because of its world-class host, but because of its world-class guests.

The founding sponsor of WMC Live is The Artemis Rising Foundation (Regina K. Scully, Founder and CEO).


An award-winning poet, novelist, political theorist, feminist activist, journalist, editor, and best-selling author, Robin Morgan has published more than 20 books, including the now-classic anthologies Sisterhood Is Powerful, Sisterhood Is Global, and Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for A New Millennium. Recent books include: A Hot January: Poems 1996-1999; Saturday's Child: A Memoir; her best-selling The Demon Lover: The Roots of Terrorism; her new historical novel, The Burning Time; and her latest nonfiction work, Fighting Words: A Tool Kit for Combating the Religious Right.

A recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Prize (Poetry) and numerous other honors, and a former Editor-in-Chief of Ms. magazine, she founded The Sisterhood Is Global Institute and co-founded The Women's Media Center. An architect and leader of contemporary U.S. feminism, she has also been a leader in the international women's movement for 30 years. She lives in New York City and has just finished a new novel.

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The mission of The Women's Media Center is to make women visible and powerful in the media. The WMC works to ensure that women's stories are told, women's voices are heard, and the entire world of news, entertainment, and communications is represented—not just half of it.

The WMC launches media advocacy campaigns, monitors media for sexism, creates original content as features and blogs on its website, trains women and girls in media skills, and promotes media-experienced women experts. The non-profit organization directly engages with media at all levels to ensure that a diverse group of progressive women is present in newsrooms, on air, in print and online, in film, entertainment, and theater, both as sources and subjects.

The Women's Media Center was founded in 2005 by Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan, and Gloria Steinem.

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Robin dissects "The Greatest Generation," and speaks with country music star (and feminist!) Ashley Monroe; Soraya Chemaly on the new campaign to make Facebook drop violent, misogynistic pages; Sarah Granger on cyber-security for civilians; and Yael Luttwak on a Muslim-Jewish diet and fitness program that promotes peace.

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Robin comments on the Cleveland abductions, and listens as Pramila Jayapal reveals how immigration policy affects women; Carmen Gonzalez exposes bias in academia; Spelman College President Beverly Tatum explains her bold decision to end collegiate sports; and Barnard President Debora Spar describes training women to lead.

Direct download: WMCLive_Episode39.mp3
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Robin talks about Cleveland's abductions, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, and who actually started Mother's Day. Celinda Lake of Lake Research Associates discusses the new "Name It Change It" study on media coverage of candidates' looks and its effect on electability; Holly Kearl vs. sex harassment; mothers of the disappeared in Juarez; and Victoria Jackson and Ali Guthy, authors of Saving Each Other, a mother-daughter duo who fought an incurable disease.

Direct download: WMCLive_Episode38.mp3
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Robin and the Women's Media Center staff mourn WMC Features Editor-in-Chief Mary Thom. Plus, Shazia Rafi reports on Pakistan's elections; punk artist Kathleen Hanna recalls Riot Grrrl; and novelist Anna Quindlen discusses journalism and women's friendships.

Direct download: WMCLive_Episode37.mp3
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