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.

WELCOME TO THE SHOW!

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On the air since 2007, It’s a Woman’s World has spoken with hundreds of successful, strong, and enlightened women who are actively seeking their own place within the American dream of justice and equality for all.
On this website, you’ll find information about the current and future operations of the show, plus a variety of our recent episodes.

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Genocide in the Congo

Dr. Ellen Kennedy, Director of World Without Genocide at William Mitchell College of Law, reports on the causes of the recent conflicts in the Congo.

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Coming To America and Cooking In America

Business and organizational coach Carolien Moors describes what it was like to move to the United States with her twin daughters, followed by a demonstration by host and superb cook Alli Naithani and her Aunt Kochurani of how to make guacamole dip and banana almond smoothies.

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Contact the Producer

Email: michaelrossberg@comcast.net

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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Cast and contributors for our shows in no specific order

Michael Rossberg: Producer/Director

Beverly Crosby: Technical Director

Nadia Giordana, Alli Naithani, Dr. Susan Strauss, Kathryn Kelley, Dr. Ellen Kennedy, David Lapakko, Gloria VanDemmeltraadt, Lynn Garthwaite, Jamela Pettiford, Dawn Tomlinson, Ishwari Rajak, Amalia Moreno Damgaard, Midge Bubany, Robert Johnston, David Lapakko, Barbara La Valleur, Katy DeZellar, Melissa Nambangi, Candy Pettiford, Heidi Soll, David Trood