FM Jan 26: Marisa Williamson’s “Hemings in Paris” & BinderCast w/Roxane Gay & Emily Gould

1-26-16-collage1Coming up this week on Feminist Magazine, with hosts Cherise Charleswell and Valecia Phillips:

First, we talk with visual & performance artist Marisa Williamson, creator of ‘Hemings in Paris’,- where she takes on the role of Sally Hemings, slave and mistress to President Thomas Jefferson. We hear about her body of work that intertwines feminist narratives - to explore historical figures and facilitate contemporary discussions, bringing history alive today.

Then a piece from The BinderCast, the only podcast exclusively devoted to women and gender non-conforming writers and their careers. We hear from the inaugural episode - “How has the internet changed the experience of being a writer”; featuring writers Roxane Gay, author of ‘Bad Feminist’ and Emily Gould. of Emily Books.

Hear about all this and more On Tuesday at 3 - THIS is what Feminism Sounds Like!

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