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Northeast Public Radio

Host Allison Dunne talks to experts in their field for a wide-ranging, entertaining discussion of issues that not only fall into the traditional 'women's issues' category, but topics that concern us all as human beings and citizens of the global community.

Host Allison Dunne talks to experts in their field for a wide-ranging, entertaining discussion of issues that not only fall into the traditional 'women's issues' category, but topics that concern us all as human beings and citizens of the global community.

Location:

Albany, NY

Description:

Host Allison Dunne talks to experts in their field for a wide-ranging, entertaining discussion of issues that not only fall into the traditional 'women's issues' category, but topics that concern us all as human beings and citizens of the global community.

Twitter:

@WAMCRadio

Language:

English

Contact:

WAMC/Northeast Public Radio P.O. Box 66600 Albany, NY 12206 (800) 695-9170


Episodes

51% #1615: Immigrant Women, Black Women Writers, Skin Color

7/8/2020
On this week’s 51%, we meet an immigrant who shares the stories of other immigrant women; hear why one woman gave away money to Black women writers; and learn about a move away from skin lightening creams.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1614: How COVID-19 Impacts Women's Sports And, Separately, Internships

7/1/2020
On this week’s 51%, a sports studies professor says the COVID-19 pandemic is costly for women’s sports in particular; there’s a study about support for transgender service members; and a teen’s nonprofit offering virtual internships expands because of the pandemic.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1613: Bending In 2020

6/24/2020
On this week’s 51%, we hear a story about the intersection of a tragedy and the COVID-19 pandemic through the story of one woman. When there were instructions to stay home and social distance, she got it.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1612: How COVID-19 Affected A Regional Planned Parenthood

6/17/2020
On this week’s 51%, the CEO of a Planned Parenthood in New York says the COVID-19 pandemic brought out more protestors, and female film students want a more accessible path to directing.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1611: Three Generations Of A Tribe, Hope After Stroke

6/10/2020
On this week’s 51%, three generations of women talk about their now federally recognized tribe; a speech pathologist has a book out on hope after strokes; and Gilles Malkine profiles a woman in history.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1610: Kathy Valentine From The Go-Go's Talks About Her Memoir

6/3/2020
On this week’s 51%, she was the bassist for the Go-Go’s. We spend the show with Kathy Valentine, who has written a memoir and a soundtrack.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1609: A Doctor's Offer To Help With The COVID-19 Crisis Was Rebuffed

5/27/2020
On this week’s 51%, a doctor tells what happened when she offered her help during the COVID-19 pandemic, a migraine sufferer shares her journey; and hear from a woman who co-founded a community dance class that helps senior citizens fight inactivity and isolation.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1608: Women In Space

5/20/2020
On this week’s 51%, we hear about the leading ladies of spaceflight and a reporter examines the psychological impacts of climate change.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1607: How COVID Impacted A Musician; Women Keep An Olive Farm Going

5/13/2020
On this week’s 51%, a jazz musician talks about contracting COVID-19; and three generations of women keep an olive farm in production in California. I’m Allison Dunne and this is 51%.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1606: A U.S. College Professor Works With Families In China On PPE Donations

5/6/2020
On this week’s 51%, hear about families in China donating equipment to a college; a film looks at women outside the prison system; and Gilles Malkine profiles a doctor who took a stance in the face of corporate pressure.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1605: Mourning America; Military Families Face Financial Struggles During COVID-19

4/29/2020
On this week’s 51%, a woman helps create a web site to mourn loved ones in a time of social distancing; hear how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting families financially, from a hair salon owner to military families; and Dr. Jeri Burns reflects on an unintended positive impact of the pandemic.

Duration:00:55:00

51% #1604: COVID-19 Psychological First Aid; Climate Music Interprets Sea Level Rise

4/22/2020
On this week’s 51%, a psychologist helps manage stress amid the COVID-19 crisis; a singer/songwriters shares her addiction problems; and music interprets sea level rise.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1603: A Family Divided Is More Connected During COVID-19

4/15/2020
On this week’s 51%, we hear about a family divided between the U.S. and Italy during COVID-19; and a woman talks about turning from a career in the pharmaceutical industry to a farm.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1602: COVID-19 Responses From A Nurse, Researcher And The VA

4/8/2020
On this week’s 51%, a nurse shares her view from the front lines; hear from a resiliency expert about coping with the COVID-19 and what is happening in the face of social distancing; and meet an intuitive songwriter.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1601: Groups Push To See A Woman Of Color As VP Candidate

4/1/2020
On this week’s 51%, a number of groups call on former Vice President Joe Biden to choose a woman of color as his VP; a doctor in India talks about COVID-19, and Dr. Jeri Burns returns with an essay on life amid a pandemic.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1600: Hula Hooping; Marathon Swimming; Dancing And Ritual

3/25/2020
On this week’s 51%, hooping, swimming and dancing.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1599: Little Sister, A Memoir; Opioid Recovery

3/18/2020
On this week's 51%, we learn how one woman flourished after leaving a religious sect and created a lasting career on Wall Street. We also hear the journey of Fran Grey, a former addict, who is now the director of a rehab facility in West Virginia. I'm Elizabeth Hill, in for Allison Dunne, and this is 51%.

Duration:00:27:28

51% #1598: Exploring The Vaccination Controversy

3/11/2020
On this week’s 51%, a College of Medicine department chair takes us into the vaccination controversy and we hear about one woman’s march to activism.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1597: Gen X Women Can't Sleep; Music Conveys The Science Of Climate Change

3/4/2020
On this week’s 51%, why is there so much angst among Gen X women? A female Army recruit talks about her choice, and we’ll hear from a woman who is part of a climate music project.

Duration:00:27:29

51% #1596: Through The Ages... Of Innocence; Of Advocacy In The White House

2/26/2020
On this week’s 51%, find out why 2020 marks an important age; a school nurse talks about how her profession has changed over the years; and listen to a profile on Eleanor Roosevelt. I’m Allison Dunne and this is 51%.

Duration:00:27:29