The roots of the women’s movement, or second wave feminism, may seem like a time left for the history books - women fighting to get equal footing in the workforce and striking back against the forces that aimed to keep them as second class citizens to their male peers. But some of the issues of that movement are still being fought almost five decades later.The documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry talks to the women at the forefront and the film is having another run at Gene Siskel Film Center. We talk to the director Mary Dore.
In the past decade we’ve heard a lot about local food and haveseen an exponential increase in farmers markets. But where does it go from here? Are there enough local farmers to supply the need? And how does a small family farm get its products into this market. With us today is Jim Slama President and Founder of the Good Food Festival. He shares his insight. Also, we talk pensions with WBEZ's political reporters.