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10,000 Donations Xs $25 = A Permanent Home For M.O.M.

Mother-work. What is it? How do we value it?
M.O.M is a real and virtual social change musem focused on amplifying the voices and experiences of mothers while connecting the virtual family? 
We have found a building in Seneca Falls, NY and are in the midst of a capital campaign to aquire the funds to purchase this property as a permanent home for the Museum Of Motherhood. To help us with a donation or find out more, click. Our push to raise  $250,000 in initial phases by  October 2010. We NEED YOU!
10,000 people making a donation in the name of someone they love will equal a PERMANENT HOME!
Women's Voices Unite ~ Are You A Writer, Photographer or Poet?
Be published in our Bi-Annual MaMaZina! Enjoy readings around the country!
First Line Submission contest
                                   Deadline: February 19, 2010 Entry Fee: $10.00 
We are accepting submissions for our first-line writing contest starting November 5, 2009. It may be creative non-fiction or fiction and should be less than 500 words.  The first line must be “Today seemed to move at the speed of life. ” The work submitted will be judged by Mamzina Editors, and we will choose one grand prize winner to receive $100. 
NEW! Submission contest
Deadline: February 19, 2010 Entry Fee: $10.00
Have a top-notch submission for Mamazina?  Enter our submission contest and not only be named top-mama in your category but also take home a prize! First Place in each category $25, story at online magazine, print magazine and a complimentary copy of our print magazine your story appears in.  Payouts will be made within two weeks after publication via business check. Click here to submit your entry. We look forward to reading your work
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Mamazina Magazine, Spring/Summer 2010 debut issue, featuring new Mama Rockers, Antigone Rising, Rock Star Mommy, Interviews, Book Reviews, Literature, a Mom-Made Product Marketplace and more.
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Radio Wed. Jan 13th 11AM WBAI
 FEMINIST RADIO AND BEYOND.... Wed. January 13, 2010 11AM (EST)
LISTEN LIVE: online: or 99.5FM WBAI Women's Collective
Hosts: Joy Rose, Linda Z,
Taking Feminist Radio to the next level...The Women's Collective covers the entire spectrum of political, cultural and intellectual issues crucial to women's lives, from feminism and revolutionary global sisterhood to critical aspects of movement building, the mind, body and yes, men! In the belief that debating and dialogue-ing with men, including our He Said, She Said... online column at, is an essential component of Feminist Radio.
A unique multicultural and multi-abled gathering place for shared women's voices on the air, The Women's Collective is open to all WBAI female producers, listeners and community activists. It is also meant to provide a learning and training experience for all aspiring 'radio-active' women with a passion for covering social issues in their communities, and expressing themselves artistically on the radio.The Collective is also currently active in developing The WBAI Women's Desk with an online website component, and instituting Sister To Sister Station Networking with other Pacifica family stations. We currently have a KPFK Women's Desk in LA with Sikivu Hutchinson reporting, and a Chicago Desk with Jan Lisa Huttner of The Hot Pink Pen reporting from there.
Show topics: Reconciling Motherhood
Mother Artists, Mother Feminists, Mother Activists, Mother Academics - Who Needs 'Em?

Why in the twenty first century do we need a 'Motherhood Movement'? Haven't mothers done more harm than good? They've played with our psyches, polluted the planet and, if Sigmund Freud is to be believed, we'd be better off without all that guilt. Exactly!
For centuries mothers who were artists, educators, feminists and more were an oxymoronic concept. And yet, they existed. Carving out unique spaces for themselves in an often unwelcoming professional world or worse, sometime difficult home lives where social pressure and financial hardship went hand in hand with the path less taken.
Long denigrated as a viable topic for serious artistic or other practice, motherhood is gradually gaining credibility and increasing it's visibility outside the birth room. Dr. Phyllis Chesler, Alana Ruben Free, Andrea O'Reilly and many others have paved the way to combining this life-altering role with a successful and passionate careers. Institutions, however, are slow to change. As in centuries past, motherhood can still serve as a detriment in both the art, activist and academic communities.
Music By Pollywood
Come Visit Us At GO GREEN EXPO LA, January 22, 23, 24
The Sustainable Women Initiative connects health, wellness, food sourcing, mind/body/spirit connections, integrative healing practices, alternative fitness & beauty as well as organics to the fabric of everyday life, affecting our future with regard to sustainable cultural & environmental practices.
Booth #619 & #621 South Hall J
Business-to-Business Expo
Friday, January 22, 2010 • 10am - 5pm
Open to Public
Saturday, January 23, 2010 • 10am - 6pm
Sunday, January 24, 2010 • 10am - 5pm
The Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Friday: Complimentary to Business Buyers (please bring your business card for admission)
Saturday & Sunday: $10 for a full weekend pass / open to both business buyers & consumers.
PERFORMANCES SUNDAY ALL DAY: Stacy Robin, Jahna, Poi Arts with Susan, Sabina Drums, Arlene Kole, Sista Jean, MORE
Our Booth Partners:
Naja Tea
Revenge Tee Shirts & More

Don't Tell Me To Shut Up Radio On
Joy Rose is The Media Mom
LIVE weekly 7PM Wed & Noon Mon. (EST) Listen to the podcast here and video clips are at TheMediaMom on YouTube. Last week Rani Arbo    
This week: 
January 13th, Wed @ 7PM and Monday, January 18th Noon (EST) Listen Live Enjoy Nicole Chaison creator of the 'Passion Of The Hausfrau', a roller coaster ride of zines, comedy and smarts!
Also listen to Karen Soroca, part of the dynamic songwriting duo of Soroca and Allocca with some of her personal music favorites. More... and Enjoy!

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I asked for help because....
This month I wrote all of you asking for your help. There are so many wonderful opportunities going on right now. Each of them tailored to make the most of YOUR talents, businesses and passions.
Since 2002 we've been devoted to seeing you through. Now, we need your help.
Please join us for one or more of the opportunities in this newsletter. Whether its an ad in the Mamazina or a donation for Museum Of Motherhood, WE NEED YOU TODAY.
The prospects of our own exhibit and office space for Motherhood Foundation and Museum Of Motherhood in Seneca Falls is beyond amazing. An open door where great work will continue in perpetuity, and (M)othering is documented, studied and supported through a social change museum that celebrates and articulates the vast cultural family. Ongoing Mamapalooza Festivals, where women and families come together for empowerment, music, merchandising and education. We continue to rock (and roll).
If you're not involved yet - Get involved NOW.
We Love You. We Thank You. We're here for YOU! Together We Are Strong.
Joy Rose and The Entire Mamapalooza, Mamazina and Motherhood Foundation Team
Mamapalooza • PO Box 210 • Hastings On Hudson, NY 10706
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