From A Woman’s Point of View

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  • Thursday

    10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Mary Glenney Dr Christine Horner Arlene EngelhardtAn eclectic feminist/womanist radio magazine hosted by Mary Glenney and Arlene Engelhardt. Music is mixed with arts and multicultural features including interviews, film and book reviews, announcements, news, speeches and documentaries by and about women.

Thank You Gifts available from From A Woman’s Point of View
Homegrown Handpicked WMNF T-shirt
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We’ve got a good looking t-shirt for all of the WMNFers. Comes in all sizes! Both men’s and women’s style.  Thank you present

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WMNF Handpicked Homegrown Hoodie
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You may have seen our billboards this past May, well you can help us expand that message of Handpicked Homegrown Radio by picking up the new WMNF Hoodie.

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6 -CD set: Critical Analysis of U.S. Election Campaigns from Alternative Radio
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6-CD set from Alternative Radio featuring programs by David Daley “Gerrymandering: Tilting Elections”, Ari Rabin-Havt “Liars, Lying & Politics”, Ralph Nader “Progressive Matters (2 CDs), Thomas Frank “What’s the Matter with the Democratic Party?”, and Noam Chomsky “Elections & Voting”

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Tampa Museum Of Art Admission Pass
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Tampa Museum of Art located at 120 W Gasparilla Plaza in Tampa.  This pass is good for up to five guests.

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The Brainwashing Of My Dad (DVD)
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Jen Senko, a documentary filmmaker, looks at the rise of right-wing media through the lens of her WWII vet father who changed from a life-long, nonpolitical Democrat to an angry, right-wing fanatic after his discovery of talk radio on a lengthened commute to work. In trying to understand how this happened, she not only finds this to be a phenomenon, but also uncovers some of the forces behind it: a plan by Roger Ailes under Nixon to create a media for the GOP; the Lewis Powell Memo, urging business leaders to influence institutions of public opinion – especially the universities – the media and the courts; and under Reagan, the dismantling of the Fairness Doctrine – all of which helped to change the entire country’s direction and culture, misinformed millions, divided families and even the country itself.

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WMNF Ball Cap
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You want to represent and like FOINE? Ball cap!

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Public Affairs Lovers Wall Tile
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If you really appreciate the informative news and public affairs that you hear on WMNF, then you are a perfect person for a News and Public Affairs Lovers Wall tile. Put you name or the name of a loved one on this wall. This can be set up to monthly contributions of $25 a month for a year.

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WMNF Brick Paver
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You can set in stone your love of WMNF on our People’s Patio! Put your name on it or dedicate it to a loved one! 100% tax-deductible!

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WMNF Event Pass for Two
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Annual Event Pass for Two – Good for 13 months to all WMNF events. Some restrictions apply.

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WMNF Peace Magnet
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This is so cool! It’s a magnetic car peace sign (it sticks to anything steel, really! You gotta get one for your car or fridge!

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Hosted By...

Mary Glenney

Mary Glenney, co-host and principle interviewer, “From a Woman’s Point of View.” She began doing a segment called “Life Choices” on the Women’s Show more than 20 years ago and within two years became the co-host. She spent much of her professional life doing research and writing about genetics. Mary has an M.D. degree from the University of Illinois. She has been an activist most of her life, focusing on the environment, politics, social justice and equality for women and minorities.

Arlene Engelhardt

Arlene Engelhardt, co-host, “From a Woman’s Point of View.” She was president of the Board of Directors at WMNF during the station’s capital campaign and construction of the current building. Arlene was the Executive Director of the Pacifica Radio network. She has a B.A. from the University of Illinois. She, too, has been an activist most of her life, focusing on the environment, politics, social justice and equality for women and minorities.

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