Liz Saint John interviews three guests every Sunday morning covering a variety of issues and topics. She talks with representatives from Bay Area non-profit organizations, documentary filmmakers, authors, and professors.

1. Amana Fontanella-Khan talks about the  a group in India that helps the victims of domestic violence and violence against women, victims who otherwise don’t have a voice or power to fight back, to get justice. The group is called The Pink Gang because they wear pink saris. Fontanella-Khan’s book is Pink Sari Revolution.

2. Nancy Iverson, founder of PATHSTAR, explains how  every year she organizes a group of Native Americans, often from reservations, to come to San Francisco for a week to learn about healthy living. The week includes learning how to swim and a swim from Alcatraz into the cove in San Francisco.

3. Mark Fishkin, Founder of the Mill Valley Film Festival and Executive Director of the California Film Institute, talks about the movies and special events that will take place at venues around Marin County for the 36th Annual Mill Valley Film Festival October 3rd-13th.


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