Z. Budapest, undated
Z. Budapest, produced by the Feminist Radio Network, discusses paganism and witchcraft as female principles of nurturing and healing through an interview with Z. Budapest, a modern day witch and high priestess of the Susan B. Anthony coven in California. Budapest discusses basic principles of women-oriented spirituality and the rebirth of interest among women who are looking for an alternative to patriarchal religion, undated. Broadcast features music by Julie Driscoll and the Trinity and Willie Tyson.
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