Florence Williams’ new book, “Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History,” is a marvelous blend of comprehensive and astute science writing, tart humor, and a call to action to protect women’s and even men’s breasts (and the rest of our bodies!) from harm. Join University of Montana Creative Writing program alumna Williams and journalist Amy Linn for a conversation that is both delightful and informative.
Social Work professor and psychotherapist Ann Szalda-Petree interviews Sister Simone Campbell, head “Nun on the Bus.” The “Nuns on the Bus” are Catholic women religious protesting vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s budget proposal. In our second segment, writer Penny Orwick interviews University of Montana alumna Kelly Barth, author of “My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus,” a memoir of growing up gay and Christian. Originally aired on Oct. 16, 2012.
Olivia Riutta and Sarah Howell, co-directors of Montana Women Vote, talk with Amy about their efforts to help women vote and why it matters. Learn about the referendums on the November ballot that would impact all of us.