Shows: March 8, 2017

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Special Broadcast: International Women's Day 2017
Asia Pacific Forum shares the voices of International Women's Strike Organizers from Poland, Thailand, and Pakistan; strike reflections from National Planning Committee Members of the International Women's U.S. Strike, Suzanne Adely and Ivy Quicho; and sounds from the thousands strong International Women's Day March 2017 in Los Angeles, organized and led by AF3IRM LA. The International Women’s Strike on March 8th, 2017 is an international day of action, planned and organized by women in more than 50 different countries.

International Women's Strike Collage of Voices

A collage of voices from International Women’s Strike, Asia Pacific Forum talks with organizers from Poland, Thailand, and Pakistan- joined under the theme of “Solidarity is our Weapon.”

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International Women's Day LA and International Women's Strike National Reflections on a Women's Strike

More Asia Pacific Forum interviews and sounds from a broad political and ideological spectrum of organizers and activists participating in the International Women's Day March and International Women's Strike.

Sounds and speeches from the thousands strong International Women's Day March 2017 in Los Angeles, organized and led by AF3IRM LA. Special thanks to Hazel Koons for the audio used in this segment.

International Women's Strike organizers from Chiangmai, Thailand and last but not least, strike reflections from the National Planning Committee Members of the International Women's U.S. Strike, Suzanne Adely and Ivy Quicho.

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