Hosted by Ariana Manov, Sese Abejon and Primrose Villena w/Cherise Charleswell : We’ve got an especially up close and personal edition of “Feminist Magazine” coming up…
… What would you do to protect your child? Would you stand up to your abuser, and to his mother, poet and author Maya Angelou ? And, when the patriarchal court system failed you, would you turn into a fugitive and a felon? Sharon Murphy tells her story in “Disappearing Act: A Mother’s Journey To The Underground”.
… Been looking for an organizational cookbook for transformative change? Betsy Leondar-Wright shares her wisdom in “Missing Class: Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures” - pointing out the incredible missing link between our theories and our practices –and what to do about them.
… And then for you academics, do you know how you so-called “bluestockings” got such a bad rep –and what Chanelle Adams, co-editor in Chief of Bluestockings Magazine is doing to reclaim this word on behalf of educated folks. She’s highlighting gender-aware perspectives, with her magazine which provide scholarship, commentary, and insight underscoring why “being a feminist” continues to be a salient and necessary identity.
… Plus, performance artist, Kristina Wong, flashes on #hashtag activism”.
Tuesday at 3:00 PM PDT, this is what feminism sounds like.