It's a Woman's World

The mission of our television show is to discuss any and all topics under the sun from a woman's point of view.

African American Mental Health Issues

Junita Flowers moderates this panel discussion:


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Co-host Dara Beevas is about to have a baby and that spurs a lively discussion among the other co-hosts, Alli Naithani, Nadia Giordana, Junita Flowers and Susan Strauss, all mothers and grandmothers at varying stages.

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Multi-tasking in a Busy World

The show co-hosts discuss multi-tasking, then Nadia makes a cold cucumber soup and Alli makes quesadillas.

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Susan Strauss, Culinary Artist

In this food-focused episode, Dr. Susan Strauss (known among us for her aversion to cooking) gets a lesson in the basics from the other hosts.

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FBI Citizens’ Academy

Special Agent, Jeffrey Van Nest is first up today as we discuss the FBI Minneapolis Division and the FBI Citizens’ Academy. Following Jeffrey are Jill Johnson and Dr. Ellen Kennedy to continue this discussion.

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Economic Disparities Faced by African American Women

Today’s host, Junita Flowers discusses with our guest, Dara Beevas, some of the economic disparities faced by African American women in the USA today.

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Cooking Segment: Aloo Tikki

Co-host Uma Janga is cooking Aloo Tikki, which means potato patties. It’s a great evening snack.

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Mentoring and the Essentials

Project Diva is an organization that works with middle school and teen girls matching them with mentors who will help them build a solid foundation as they grow into adulthood. Joining today’s discussion are Gail Roddy, Neda Kellogg and Alexa Allen. Following this segment is a panel discussion on the surprise topic of “What is Essential, what is not, and what should be avoided at all costs.”

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Producer, Michael Rossberg

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Most episodes of the show are videotaped at TST's studio in Inver Grove Heights, others are shot at SPNN.

TST: 651-451-7834 - SPNN: (651) 224-5153
See the informational pages about TST and SPNN located elsewhere on this site.
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Our host: Alli Naithani

Since Alli began her stint as a television show host in 2006, she has demonstrated a level of eloquence, graciousness, compassion, and keen intelligence which makes her a standout among Twin Cities noncommercial television show hosts.

Co-host Susan Strauss

Co-host Uma janga

Co-Producer Nadia Giordana

Co-host Rashida Fisher

IAWW TV Cast and Crew

Michael Rossberg: Producer/Director/Video Editor

Beverly Crosby: Technical Director

Alli Naithani: Host

Dr. Susan Strauss: Co-host/Guest Coordinator

Uma Janga: Co-host

Nadia Giordana: Co-host/Co-Producer/Social Media Director/Camera Operator

Rashida Fisher: Co-host

Tai Goodwin: Co-host

Kathryn Kelley: Camera Operator

Dr. Artika Tyner: Special Contributor

Dr. Ellen Kennedy: Special Contributor

Carolyn Merinan: Special Contributor

Jill Johnson: Special Contributor

Gloria VanDemmeltraadt: Special Contributor

Lynn Garthwaite: Special Contributor

Emily Knudsen: Camera operator

Heidi Soll: “Global Women” banner photo

David Trood: “Average Global Woman” banner image