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International Women's Day

A series of podcasts for International Women's Day produced by SOAS Radio.

For International Women's Day 2014, Olivia Winters sits down with David Rosenberg, founder of East End Walks. Listen in as Rosenberg brings to life the radical Jewish immigrant women who lived in this area from the late 1880's to the 1930's.

Noga Ritter, DavidX and Rachel Hayter, members of Vocal Global, sat down with Alex and Nazli for International Women's Day to discuss their influences, mothers, and what it means to be a woman in the music industry.

Para el día internacional de la mujer Radio SOAS entrevistó a tres mujeres que viven la realidad de las mujeres trabajadoras e inmigrantes. Sus historias nos recuerdan que las experiencias de las mujeres se diferencian por nacionalidad, edad, raza y clase.

For International Women’s Day SOAS radio interviewed three women from Latin America who share their experiences as migrant workers in London. Their stories are a powerful reminder that women’s experiences are shot through with differences of nationality, social status, age, race and class.

Did you know that the first person to make the daring attempt to go over Niagara Falls in a wooden barrel was a woman? For International Women’s Day 2014, join Olivia Winters and Kashfia Arif as they explore a few fascinating women in history; Susan B. Anthony, Margaret Sanger and Virginia Woolf amongst them.