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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