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KPFK 90.7-fin



KPFK STAFF

General Manager, acting Program DirectorUim Berland. Of-
fice Manager/Volunteer Coordinator: Akinyele Umoja. De-
velopment Director: Miya Iwataki. Operations Director:
Sherry Novick Music: Kwaku Lynn. Co Director, Andrea
•Enthal. Co-Director News and Public Affairs: Marc Cooper.
Director; Tony Cauin. Cynthia Hamilton. Roberto Naduris.
Fernando Velazquez. Exec. Prod. Traffic: Roy Tuckman.
Production: Lezlie Lee, Dir.. Sylvester Riuers. Mgr. Marga-
ret Fowler, Raffaello Mazza, Chief Eng.: Don Wilson, Maint
Eng.: Bob Reite. Friends Co-ord.: Suzi Weissman. Folio:
Susan Tewes, Sheri Weinberg. Circulation: Ahna Armour,
Dir. Community Events: Mario Casetta, Dir. Bookkeeper:
Jenny Hubbard,

KPFK LOCAL ADVISORY BOARD

Ruth Abraham, George Anton, Bill Bidner. Jim Burtord,
Dwight Chuman, Carol Corngan, Maggie Creel, Frank Druc-
ker, Ruth Galanter, Masamori Kojima, K. Lyie Kurisaki,
Juanita Henderson-Kurisaki, Dr. Sergio Fuenzalida, Beverly
Polokoff, Mel Reich, Luis J. Rodriguez. Ronald M. Sohigan,
Larry Steinberg, Peter E. Sutheim, Delfino Varela, Maury
Weiner,

Station Board Meetings:

Next Full Board Meeting: See Report to the Listener page.
PACIFICA FOUNDATION: 5316 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles
90019.213/9311625. KPFK: 213/877-2711.
Pacifica Foundation National Board of Directors:
Hon. Chair; R. Gordon Agnew; Chair; Jack O'Dell; 1st VP:
Mane Nahikian; VP's: Jeanne Palmquist, Rosemarie Reed,
Sharon Maeda. Jim Berland, David Salniker, Treas.; Dan
Scharlin: Sec: Delfino Varela. Board Members: KPFA-Peter
Franck, Ying Lee Kelley, KPFK-Julius Mel Reich, Delfino
Varela; WBAI-Dick Asche, Marilyn Clement, David Lampel,
Milton Zisman; KPFT-Jorge Belgrave, Joan Glantz, Margaret
Glaser, Steve Glaser; WPFW-Ron Clark, Gabrielle Edgcomb,
Mane Nahikian, At Large: Jack O'Dell, Dan Scharlin, Alex
Vavoulis,

PACIFICA NETWORK SISTER STATIONS:
KPFA: 2207 Shattuck Ave Berkeley, CA. 94704.

415/848 6767
KPFT: 419 Lovett blvd. Houston, TX. 77006.

713/526-4000
WBAI: 505 Eighth Ave, New York, NY 10018.

212/279-0707
WPFW: 700 H St.. NW, Washington DC. 20001.

202/7833100

MARCH 1983 NUMBER 3 VOLUME 25

The FOLIO (ISSN 0274 4856) is the monthly publication of
KPFK, 90.7 FM, with offices and studios at 3729 Cahuenga
Blvd. West, North Hollywood CA 91604. Second Class Post-
age paid at Studio City CA and additional mailing offices.
POSTMASTER: send address changes to P.O.Box 8639,
Universal City, CA 91608. The Folio is not sold, it is sent
free to each subscriber supporting non-profit, non-commer-
cial KPFK, and contains the most accurate possible listings
of the programs broadcast. Subscriptions to KPFK are $30
per year, and are transferrable to the other Pacifica stations.
Our Transmitter is on Mt. Wilson. We broadcast in stereo
multiplex with 25 microsecond pre-emphasis. Dolby calibra-
tion tones air daily before the principal evening music pro-
gram. KPFK is owned and operated by Pacifica Foundation,
a non-profit institution. KPFK is a member of the Associa-
tion of California Public Radio Stations and the National
Federation of Community Broadcasters.



CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY!
Tuesday, March 8, 1983

"That man over there say that a woman needs to be helped into carriages,
and lifted over ditches, and to have the best place everywhere. Nobody ever
helped me into carriages, or over mud puddles, or gives me a best place . . .
and ain't I a woman? Look at me. Look at my arm! I have plowed and
planted and gathered into barns, and no man could head me . . . and ain't I
a woman? I could work as much and eat as much as a man when I could get
it, and bear the lash as well . . . and ain't I a woman? I have borned thirteen
children and seen them sold off into slavery. And when I cried out with a
mother's grief, none but Jesus heard . . . and ain't I a woman?"

—Sojourner Truth,

Speech before the Women's Rights Convention

Akron, Ohio 1851

Celebrate International Women's Day! We'd like to express solidarity
and sisterhood with thousands of women around the world who are also
celebrating International Women's Day. For some of these women, this might
be their 72nd celebration because it was in 1911 during the International
Socialist Women's Conference that Clara Zetkin proclaimed March 8 as
International Women's Day.

Why is March 8th significant? March 8, 1908 was the culmination of years
of 16-hour workdays, torturous and unsafe working conditions, below-survi-
val pay, and child labor, A vivid example of the situation working women
faced at that time was the Triangle Shirtwaist fire in which 147 women
workers were killed. All the doors in this unsafe work area had been locked
by the boss ... it was a general policy to keep women from leaving. This left
the women no choice but to leap out of the 4th floor window onto the con-
crete, or burn to death. These conditions aroused thousands of women to hit
the streets of New York and demonstrate for an end to all of this. The
"brave" New York mounted police rode into the crowd, injuring many of the
demonstrators.

However, these actions inspired and encouraged women throughout the
world, and March 8th, International Women's Day, is celebrated as a day to
honor and encourage women all over the world to realize our significant con-
tributions, and to heighten our efforts towards complete equality and full
democratic rights for ourselves and our people. Interestingly, the U.S. is one
of the few countries that does not officially recognize International Women's
Day.

KPFK officially recognizes International Women's Day, and will celebrate
with a month of special programming highlighting women's music, culture,
issues and women themselves whose work and lives have inspired us and
moved us to action. The special of the month will be Tuesday, March 8th,
featuring women's programming from 6 am to midnight (see highlights sec-
tion for more details), produced by the collective efforts of KPFK women
staff, programmers, volunteers, and some of our "brothers," Interspersed
between programs throughout the month will be 1-3 minute "spots" on
women who have "dared to struggle, dared to win." The Morning Readings
will focus on stories of and by women internationally with a special recog-
nition of the women of Asia, Africa and Latin America. We invite you to
join us and . . .

CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY!
WOMEN HOLD UP HALF THE SKY!!

—Miya lwatal


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