July 27 on FM: Driving & Bus Riders Union

July 27 on FM: Driving &...

Hosted by Ariana Manov & Susan Kraker In the aftermath of the much-hyped “Carmaggedon”, what makes bus riding a feminist issue? Can car-privileged Angelenos quit driving when we come to the intersections of race, class, environment, and especially gender on our troubled...
July 20 on FM:  ‘Miss Danger’ street art, Room to Read + Feminist Teacher

July 20 on FM: ‘M...

Hosted by Celina Alvarez and Christene Kings What is street art and how has it evolved? Rachel Joelson, co-owner of LAB ART Los Angeles and KH No.7, artist and curator of “Miss Danger on the Loose” talk to us about the first-ever exhibition to shine a spotlight on female street...
July 13 on FM: Feminist Summer Camp | Latina Reproductive Justice | Top Secret Rosies

July 13 on FM: Feminist ...

Hosted by Lynn Harris Ballen & Alicia Fry It’s time for Feminist Summer Camp! We hear all about it – the only feminist immersion program in the country and an activist bootcamp for college students that includes hands-on adventures in New York, strategies, and social...
July 6 on FM: Haitian myths/ dismantling the cradle to prison pipeline/ from harem to feminist sex activist

July 6 on FM: Haitian my...

Hosted by Ariana Manov, Celina Alvarez & Susan Kraker Is Haiti really a “heart of darkness dystopia” –where women live dehumanized, fearful lives of suffering and despair? Haitian immigrant, award-winning author Edwidge Danticat updates us on her recent trip, dispels some...