Nov 10 on FM: Grace Slick, ‘The Rainbow Is Enuf’ & Teens Talk passion

Hosted by Ariana Manov and Susan Kraker
Produced by Ariana Manov and Lynn Harris Ballen

A CONVERGENCE OF ART AND POLITICS – without sacrificing one for the other! This week on Feminist Magazine, independent musicians Michelle Mangione and Grace Slick – yes, that Grace Slick from the Jefferson Airplane and Starship! – bring us their new song “On The Edge of Madness” – and talk Gulf Coast politics!

We’ll be sharing an herstorical interview with Ntozake Shange, the playwright of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf which has just been released as a movie.

And L.A. teens Magnolia Cabada and Anika Norrgard, along with producer Beth Hogan, explode the puffy pink heart stereotype – transforming their “passion red” life stories into compelling theater in My Bloody Red Heart!

(left: Grace Slick and Michelle Mangione; middle: Ntozake Shange; My Bloody Red Heart )

One Response to “Nov 10 on FM: Grace Slick, ‘The Rainbow Is Enuf’ & Teens Talk passion”

  1. Christene says:

    WOWSERS! Awesome show line up! Will be mos def listening. Go Grace Slick! xxoo