Community through DVDs and talk radio.
I was thrilled to receive the most recent edition of Pulse, beautiful.
I'm hoping there are plenty of extra copies so that interested people can buy additional copies to share.
Maybe when subscriptions become available, Pulse will offer the opportunity to purchase gift subscriptions for libraries, women's shelters, women in prison and others who may not know of Pulse or don't have the extra money to spend for a subscription.
I'm hoping to find people on PulseWire who are interested in receiving some free progressive DVDs on issues like the environment, human rights and justice.
I've found DVDs from independent filmmakers to be great outreach tools, and some of the documentaries have Spanish subtitles.
I'd also be thrilled to see people from the Pulse community utilizing progressive talk radio. There are big commercial forums like the programs of Air America Radio (Thom Hartmann is especially good and has a global perspective); but there are also internet efforts with wide-open forums and hosts who would love to hear from women making change.
I don't know of any current female hosts doing internet talk, but Bob Kincaid of http://www.HeadOnRadioNetwork.com and http://www.TheJeffFariasShow.com are doing all sorts of important work and would welcome the calls of Pulse people.
Maybe some of the radio projects of the Global South can even collaborate with U.S. based grassroots radio someday. We need more cross-border communication.