Womens E News. The definitive source of substantive news about issues of concern
to women; provides women's perspectives on public policy. Funded
Barbara Lee and Helena Rubenstein
Foundations among others, its editors seek freelance writers from
around the world to write 800 word articles on politics, religion,
economics, health, science, education, sports, and legislation.
The stories are distributed daily to subscribers and posted the
Web site. An Arabic edition was launched in 2003.
a biweekly public radio/internet
call-in show hosted by Jean Feraca, was conceived to promote understanding
in the world. Its twice- a-week programs focus on the best world
literature, movies, arts, food, and culture–topics as diverse
as democracy building in Afghanistan, the pursuit of
happiness by Buddhist monks, the International Slow Food Movement
and South Asian rock bands. People all over the world can participate.
for “women” and learn about your
sisters all over the world.