It's a Woman's World / Generations

Discussions of interest to women and seniors worldwide

White Privilege Examined

A thoughtful discussion about white privilege:

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Literature and Literacy

Nadia Giordana is here to talk about literary endeavor, WINK: Writers in the Know magazine, and Lynn Garthwaite about the literacy project, Books on Wings.

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Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy Novels

Science fiction and fantasy novel and short story writer, Phyllis Moore joins us to tellu about her writing process.

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Benefits of Being in a Women’s Writers Group

Lynn Garthwaite and Nadia Giordana discuss the pros and cons of writers groups.

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Stories of Overcoming

In the first half of today’s show, our guests are Ann Aubitz and her daughter Katlyn, who has down syndnrome. They are here to tell their story of overcoming trials, and Katlyn’s triumphs and successes, including authoring a book together. Amy Zellmer tells her compelling story of traumatic brain injury in the second half of this episode.

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Contact the Executive Producer

Email: michaelrossberg@comcast.net

Most episodes of the show are currently produced using Zoom. Some 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: Executive Producer

Nadia Giordana: Producer, Moderator Beverly Crosby: Producer, Moderator

Co-hosts/Crew/Contributors: Alli Naithani, Dr. Susan Strauss, Dr. Ellen Kennedy, David Lapakko, Gloria VanDemmeltraadt, Lynn Garthwaite, Jamela Pettiford, Amalia Moreno Damgaard, Midge Bubany, Robert Johnston, David Lapakko, Barbara La Valleur, Melissa Nambangi, Candy Pettiford
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