Feminism Telesummit and Podcasts

 In This Telesummit & Podcast Series
You will hear from Researchers, Scholars, Farmers, Journalists, Authors, Movement Leaders, Animal Rights Activists, Cultural Theorists, a Parliamentarian, an M.D., and Common Women making a difference. They bring you stories and case studies that offer an international and intergenerational perspective on just what it takes to grow a movement that doesn't leave anyone or anything out.

These two collective quests, Feminism and Sustainability, touch every aspect of our lives. Feminism has always brought hope and truth to whatever issue it touches. We’ll talk about the sustainability of feminism, and the important role that feminism plays in real, lasting, and global sustainability.

We explore the good news as well as our feelings of hopelessness and powerlessness, and the necessity of women's freedom, authenticity, and leadership in meeting the many challenges to sustainability.

No matter what you think Feminism is, your understanding will be heightened. You will be strengthened, and your resolve for alliances for the future will be restored -- as it becomes very clear that none of us are alone.

MEET YOUR FEMINISTS

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Professor Lisa Kemmerer, Sexism in the Animal Rights Movement

"Sexism in the Animal Rights Movement is not new—it’s part of our culture and has been in the movement since women first started working to protect animals! Male privilege and white privilege are connected with human privilege—they are connected with the problem of animal abuse. We need to recognize these interconnections and make the necessary changes in our lives if we want to bring change. Going vegan is critical, but we also have to root out sexism, racism, and other forms of oppression to welcome a world of peace." Lisa Kemmerer

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Dr. Kasongo-Robinson, African & African American Health
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Professor Bonnie Morris, Women’s Role in Sustaining Civilization

Bonnie Morris shares her experiences as a Women's Studies Professor. Stories of international students and events, the next generation of students, and women's longevity. She says, "Feminists have been successful in making Women's Studies successful, it's now mainstream to take Women's Studies."

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Advocate and Activist, Carol J. Adams, Sexual Politics of Meat
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Dr. Asoka Bandarge, Women and Sustainability
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Professor Gail Dines, Growing Up in a Porn Culture

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Women's-e-News. She has more than 30 years’ experience in journalism and is a prize-winning investigative reporter. We simply do not know how many women in the U.S. die due to complications related to pregnancy and birth. 

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Cultural Theorist, Judy Grahn, The View From Metaformia
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Denise O'Brien, Women, Food and Agriculture
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Scholar & Artist, Max Dashu, Why Our History Is Important -- and Juicy
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Journalist Rita Henley Jensen, Why Are The Mothers Dying?

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Women's-e-News. She has more than 30 years’ experience in journalism and is a prize-winning investigative reporter. We simply do not know how many women in the U.S. die due to complications related to pregnancy and birth. 

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Professor Lisa Kemmerer, Environmental Ethics and Dietary Choice
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Co-Host, Carolyn Gage, Lesbian Feminist Playwright, Author & Activist

 

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Feminism Telesummit - Sexism in the Animal Rights Movement with Lisa Kemmerer

"Sexism in the Animal Rights Movement is not new—it’s part of our culture and has been in the movement since women first started working to protect animals! Male privilege and white privilege are connected with human privilege—they are connected with the problem of animal abuse. We need to recognize these interconnections and make the necessary changes in our lives if we want to bring change. Going vegan is critical, but we also have to root out sexism, racism, and other forms of oppression to welcome a world of peace." Lisa Kemmerer

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Dr. Melissa Farley - Fracking & Trafficking

In this podcast, psychologist Melissa Farley explains her understanding of the intimately connected  exploitation of women and exploitation of the earth. Multinational corporations and governments designate so-called "sacrifice zones" for resource extraction and in the process they exploit both men and women.  Poor men are exploited for their labor, and women are provided to pacify them after what is usually miserable and dangerous labor. Eventually, when the resources are depleted or the land is destroyed, or environmentalists protest, and the resource extraction stops, the sex trade nonetheless continues. In sexist cultures where women can't make enough to survive, prostitution becomes entrenched. Melissa Farley quotes Lisa Brunner, White Earth Ojibwe at the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center, and anthropologist Peggy Reeves Sanday.

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