Today I’m privileged to have Mimi Kennedy on our program. She’s a longtime peace activist and is the advisory board chair of Progressive Democrats of America. She’s known to audiences throughout the world for her roles on Dharma and Gray, in the film In the Loop, as the wealthy mother in Woody Allen’s film, Midnight in Paris. Welcome Mimi Kennedy.
Mimi: Thank you Blase, it’s great to be on KPFK with all our many friends out there. I do hope they donate on your show.
Blase: Happy Mother’s Day, dear. We know that Mother’s Day was created to stop the slaughter, to stop the killing. It was written in the wake of the Civil War, and written by Julia Ward Howe. “We will not let our men come to us reeking of slaughter. We did not raise our sons to kills other mother’s sons.” Does anyone know this about Mother’s Day? (Read More)