Feminist Coffee Hour
Friend of the show Alexis Soterakis joins Elizabeth and Karen to discuss The Pence Rule, and sexual harassment and gender dynamics in the workplace.
We interviewed Lara Powers from the Polaris Project to discuss the truth about human trafficking in the United States.
Karen and Elizabeth interview Kiera Butler, Senior editor and public health reporter at Mother Jones magazine about how QAnon targets women, especially mothers of small children. Is this a repeat of Stranger Danger and 80's style Satanic Panic?
Karen and Elizabeth discuss raising money for abortion funds, and announce a May 17, 2022 livestream. Donate here: https://fund.nnaf.org/team/411245
Elizabeth and Karen read Jordan Peterson's resignation latter from the University of Toronto and discuss his ideology, implicit bias, post modernism, and the philosophy of Vladamir Putin.
Elizabeth welcomed Jaslin Kaur back to the show to talk about the Taxi Workers Alliance hunger strike and victory, NYC politics and organizing for the future.
Elizabeth and Karen spoke with Dr. Jean Murley about the popularity of True Crime, the implications of the genre, and Missing White Women Syndrome.
Elizabeth and Karen welcomed Melanie D'Arrigo back to the show to talk about her Congressional campaign, why she can beat Tom Suozzi and George Santos where she stands on healthcare, clean water and native plants.
Elizabeth and Karen interviewed Dr. Krystale Littlejohn about her new book "Just Get on the Pill: The Uneven Burden of Reproductive Politics."
Elizabeth and Karen interview Jill Louise Busby (creator of JillIsBlack) about antiracism work, internet fame, parasocial relationships, white Unitarians and more.