This week on the show, Laura Flanders goes in-depth with two feminist authors — Cherríe Moraga and adrienne maree brown — and a feminist bookstore.
We go in-depth with two feminist authors and a feminist bookstore. First to Barnard College for a talk with Chicana activist and author Cherríe Moraga about her 1st book release in eight years. Then, a unique kind of activism from adrienne maree brown, whose latest bestselling book is an examination of activist pleasure. Lastly, a landmark feminist bookstore turns 20 years old.
Music featured: “Universal Woman” by Dana Byrd featuring Tantra Zawadi and Rescue Poetix, courtesy of Mikki Afflick’s Soul Sun Soul Music. And music by Poddington Bear.
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Source URL — https://roarmag.org/2019/07/04/laura-flanders-show-feminists-writing-history/