WOMR Announces International Women's Day Programming

Over a dozen WOMR women DJ's contributing to celebration...

Cape Cod’s community radio station, WOMR, is pleased to announce programming for International Women’s Day, to be celebrated on Thursday, March 8, 2018.

Round-the-clock programs include music, comedy, exclusive interviews, and more, all of which planned, created, and hosted by women. Over a dozen WOMR women DJs are contributing to this celebration.

Many countries celebrate International Women’s Day as a national holiday, and WOMR honors that tradition. This year’s theme is a strong call to #PressforProgress, motivating and uniting friends, colleagues, and whole communities to think, act, and be gender-inclusive.

You’ll hear rock and roll, Latin, folk, Celtic, South Asian, and other global music, opera, classical music, and more. Special guest Tret Fure will sing live for us and share her musical journey.

Spoken-word programs encompass interviews with local artists, musicians, poets, activists, and community leaders. Special guests are globally-recognized, Cape-based writers Marge Piercy and Lauren Wolk.

International Women’s Day on WOMR offers an amazing number of opportunities for listeners to join us, to laugh and to learn, and to celebrate women’s voices. You can listen to WOMR at 92.1 fm and 91.3 fm. The International Women’s Day schedule is at WOMR.org where you can also stream our programming.

For more information, and to join the worldwide celebration, visit the website www.internationalwomensday.com, and follow WOMR’s local activities on Facebook at facebook.com/IWDWOMR.


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