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We talked about Elen’s beliefs on feminism and how it shaped her life.
Playwright Barbara Kahn speaks to friend and fellow writer Vanda about connecting with her Lesbian identity and working as a playwright in what was primarily a segregated field for Gays and Lesbians outside of New York City.
Susan Soric talks about her life and the path that led her to becoming a lesbian mother and minister.
The phrase the “Modern Muslim Woman” has become a common phrase that’s been adopted to label Muslim American women. I interviewed Dr. Suzy Ismail, a known Islamic speaker and author on what she thinks about the term and whether it...
Here is where I interviewed one of my closest friends where I discovered many things I didn’t know, even though we have been friends for quite some time. During this interview, we discuss growing up in America as black people...
Charlotte is a doctoral student and associate choral conductor at University of North Texas. She is a visiting scholar from South Africa.
Research and connections are discussed between the two books.
Julianna’s Interview on the novel “The Handmaid’s Tale”
This interview discusses some of the main questions from my informal research on the topic of feminism in today’s society.
We talked about the feminist movement and America’s relationship with its women. We also delved into personal stories about the feminist movement.
Before joining the group Moms Demand Action, my grandmother Beverly was a nurse for over 40 years. I asked her what it was like joining the Moms group and what it was like being a nurse from the 60s to...
An active lifestyle as an engineer, educator, mother; she has a warm and positive outlook.
A discussion on the Handmaid’s Tale and how it is relevant to today.
After being recommended the Poisonwood Bible, Ella Pope and Mrs. Saunders discuss the novel. Excuse the announcements at the end.
The life of a queer Arab woman and Asylee in America
Be (83) talks with Selene (12) about her life and her journey from a small town on the gulf coast of Mississippi in 1935 to Ann Arbor Michigan, 2018.
The interview covers my Grandma’s perspective on her life and important events of recent history including The Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, JFK’s Assasination, and 9/11.
Ruth meyerowitz speaks about her experience teaching in the UB women’s studies program
“Someone’s maleness should never be a license for… anything.” Oxford and Yale-educated Judy Gingold, joined Newsweek in its 70’s heyday, and led a feminist revolution. https://www.npr.org/2012/09/09/160685709/good-girls-revolt-story-of-a-newsroom-uprising In 2017, she was diagnosed with memory impairment, and her husband, David Freeman, agreed...
Grandma describes her role in the women in art movement in the 1970s in DC to her three grandchildren
Emma Henderson interviews Lauren Sheath on feminism, faith, Michelle Obama and the value of a pun.
Lee Chandler talks to his mother, Mary, about her experiences in work and education and how they lead her to becoming a women empowering woman.