Independent producer Reese Erlich reports from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil about grassroots groups who have successfully educated sex workers and many others on the dangers of AIDS.
On this edition, we’ll hear how the world’s most powerful weapons, nuclear bombs, shaped the identity of two rural communities in the United States during the 1960s
In this program we profile three courageous women struggling with religious issues.
On this edition, we’ll hear from one grassroots organization that has close and personal ties to Kashmir, as they bring aid directly along with a message of hope to the people effected by the 7-point-six earthquake.
From the rise of religious fundamentalism and the implementation of the “global gag rule” to neo-liberal economics and environmental justice, the common thread running through the 10th annual International Women and Health Meeting was improved human rights for women.