FM June 7: Hillary Clinton & Intersectional Feminism PT 2/ Bathroom Panic and Trans Rights

FM June 7: Hillary Clint...

Hosted by Karina Elias Coming up on Feminist Magazine, we hear the second part of Cherise Charleswell’s interview with Professor Brooke Midkiff about her book “The Shifting Boundaries of Feminism in American Politics: A Case Study of Hillary Clinton”; which offers an...
FM May 24: Emma’s Revolution / Blk Grrrl Bookfair / Sex Positivity

FM May 24: Emma’s ...

This week on the show, with hosts Lynn Harris Ballen & Karina Elias : Activist musician duo Emma’s Revolution sing music that makes a difference. Singer songwriters Pat Humphries & Sandy O. have been bringing their uprising of truth, hope (and a dash of healthy irreverence)...
FM May 10: Creativity for Community / Alyesha Wise / FemMag gifts

FM May 10: Creativity fo...

This week on Feminist Magazine with hosts Lynn Harris Ballen & Rita Gonzales : WHAT DOES IT MEAN to use creativity in an intentional way for community building and social change? We’re joined live in studio by poet and teaching artist Alyesha Wise. She’s a TEDx...
FM April 26: Healthy Communities / Solidarity House / Hood Herbalism

FM April 26: Healthy Com...

This week on Feminist Magazine with hosts Felicia Montes & Karina Elias : FIRST … We talk with Cesia Dominguez Lopez of Building Healthy Communities - Boyle Heights about their series of womxn’s convenings focusing on artivism, wellness and empowerment for young women in...
FM April 19: Human Trafficking / Idle No More / Wangari Maathai

FM April 19: Human Traff...

This week on Feminist Magazine, with host Lynn Harris Ballen : FIRST … Women Rising Radio profiles women fighting slavery, trafficking and forced labor globally. Featuring: Ima Matul who was trafficked to Los Angeles, and rescued by the Coalition Against Slavery and Trafficking...
FM April 12: Berta Caceres / Woman Rock / Poetry in Lights

FM April 12: Berta Cacer...

THIS WEEK on Feminist Magazine with hosts Lynn Harris Ballen & Karina Elias: … FIRST … Activists around the world have been devastated by the assassination of Berta Cáceres leader of the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Honduras (COPINH) — best known for her battle...

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