October 12 on FM: invisible black families, “herstory”, striking the match

Hosted by Ariana Manov, Celina Alvarez & Denise Zepeda

It’s “all in the family” when UCLA sociologist Mignon R. Moore challenges multiple myopias regarding “Invisible Families: Gay Identities, Relationships, and Motherhood Among Black Women”.

Plus, why do we know more about the Kardashians than about Abigail Adams?   Cultural historian/playwright Amy Simon describes the “most dangerous women in America, then and now” in “She’s History”.

And we’re taking time with Beth Osnes, Theater Professor at the University of Colorado and co-founder of Mothers Acting Up — a mother-led, mother-fed movement calling for us to “act up, and often”. Her new Striking the Match initiative explores the transformative power of self-scripted performance to ignite social change.

Wednesday night at 7, this is what feminism sounds like!

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(left: Mignon R. Moore; center: She’s History; right: Beth Osnes )

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