“… and there is no border that divides us. There is no wall high enough that we can’t come to each other.
Because in this struggle, we need each other to survive.”
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Many people of color, women, LGBT folks, differently-abled people, and others don't the privilege to just ignore harmful beliefs, as their often times the target of those ideas being practiced in policy, or personal behavior. Here's how to engage with ideas outside of your own, even if they're fundamentally harmful to your livelihood. Presenting: Empathy Lens.
In this episode, Sita Sarkar joins Paul Notice as they talk about Intersectionality at the Women's March, Mayor DeBlasio's surprisingly hostile policies toward immigrants, the Civil Rights Era's connection to the Immigrant Story, and much more.
Feminism comes in all shapes and forms. For Luke Reunion, it came through his annoyance that the female boxers in his league, never had a chance to compete in the championships. So, Luke decided to fix that.
On the way to another shoot, I met one of the founders of Lilith Magazine, a publication that empowers Jewish Feminists. She was wearing a hijab in solidarity in light of Trump's "Muslim Ban." And this got me thinking..
After I shared an article that addressed the conspicuous lack of women of color on magazine covers, a friend exclaimed, “Let’s not forget there is a lack of our Latina and Asian sisters.” That comment, while coming from someone with all the best intentions in the world, prompted me to ask a series of awkward and sobering questions..
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They claim they’re keeping ‘men out of the women’s’ bathroom. I am being told that I am a predator. That I am likely a rapist. That I am likely a pedophile. Of course, none of these things are true, and if anything these bills put men in the women’s bathroom by forcing trans-men to use the women’s room. Once again, my basic humanity is a subject of debate by mostly heterosexual cisgender men who know nothing of trans identity other than their own prejudice and don’t care to learn about it or to humanize it"
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Texas is enacting a law that requires all fetal remains - from both abortions and miscarriages to have a funeral. A federal judge blocked the order, until a ruling can be made on the lawsuit reproductive rights groups have put forth to stop the law from going into place. The effect of the law is quite clear in that it’s meant to both shame women from having abortions, and also make the process prohibitively costly.
Ok, remember Rosemary’s Baby? The biggest terror in that horror film was to quintessentially put the audience in the perspective of a woman living in the 1960’s. Seriously. She and audience knew that something was wrong, but when she spoke up? Everyone called her crazy. That’s how Hillary Clinton probably feels right now.
After 20 years in prison, Sharon Richardson, and fellow activist, Chandeerah Davis, created Just Soul Catering, a company that employs and empowers formerly incarcerated women. Here is their story.
President Obama announced Wednesday that an additional 44 companies have taken the equal pay pledge initiated by the White House.
Trevor Noah did his best against Tomi Lahren, but here's what he missed.
Are you ready for your annual "Arguing Over Politics W/ Relatives" Day - Aka Thanksgiving? The Donald J. Trump presidency is turning out to be everything we feared. And that fear isn’t divisive, or disrespectful. It’s real. Here’s what you should know before talking politics at the table.
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When you're trying to have a Woke conversation, but then someone starts talking conspiracies. Behind the scenes outtake with Leah Wolfthal of Ayesh - a non-profit that focuses on conflict resolution.