Jan 21 on FM: Chicana ‘Bad Girl’ Stereotypes, Homeless Issues in LA & Swan Day

Hosted by Lynn Harris Ballen and Celina Alvarez

We met author & lesbian feminist scholar Alicia Gaspar de Alba, Chair & Professor of the César E. Chávez Department of Chicana & Chicano Studies at UCLA. Talking about images of the BAD GIRL AS A STEREOTYPE– the strong, intelligent, adventurous female characters in her books.

Celina gave us a special update on HOMELESS ISSUES in Los Angeles.

And finally we heard from Martha Richards, Executive Director of The Fund for Women Artists telling us all about SWAN DAY– SUPPORT WOMEN ARTISTS NOW!

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