Toni Van Pelt on radio January 3, 2009Posted by Center for Inquiry Office of Public Policy in Annoucements, Uncategorized.
Tags: Radio; women's issues; Office of Public Policy
The Office of Public Policy’s director, Toni Van Pelt, can be heard on three radio programs taped during her fall speaking tours of Florida, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. They are:
Join the People Power Hour Friday as Toni Van Pelt, Vice President of the Center for Inquiry, talks with the gang. Van Pelt was in Central Florida delivering a talk entitled “The Dangers of Free-Thinking Women” in Daytona Beach and UCF Orlando, a look at how women were viewed over the centuries and the role of women in socio-political arenas today.
Youngstown, Ohio, WYSU radio (88.5 FM). Sherry Linkon is the host of the program, called Lincoln Avenue. On the main page of the site, look to the right and click on Toni Van Pelt.
Here’s a link to a third radio talk: http://women-matters.dennisandjane.org/index-12-02-08.html. Toni was a guest on the program Women Matters, broadcast by WSLR 96.5 LPFM in Sarasota Florida.