Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – April 3, 2017

Lucy Jane Bledsoe, author of the novel, A Thin Bright Line. Based on the (partially imagined) life of her aunt, Lucybelle Bledsoe, the novel weaves McCarthyism, climate change, civil rights and pre-Stonewall gay life into a rich tapestry. The New York Times calls it “an intimate and humane evocation of day-to-day life under inhumane circumstances.” … Continued


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – October 24, 2016

Sarah Schulman discusses her new book, CONFLICT IS NOT ABUSE: OVERSTATING HARM, COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY AND THE DUTY OF REPAIR. In this captivating new work, the author of GENTRIFICATION OF THE MIND and SHIMMER connects the feminist anti-violence movement’s cooptation by the state, Canadian laws that criminalize HIV transmission, same-sex marriage and compensatory motherhood, shaming and shunning … Continued


UpFront

UpFront w/ Friday Host Marie Choi – ICE Detains Jo Nan Hui, Spirit of Vietnam is Stronger than US Bombs – May 1, 2015

On Tuesday, Jo Nan Hui’s supporters packed the courtroom once again for Jo’s sentencing hearing. Several weeks ago, Jo was convicted of child abduction for failing to file the correct paperwork before leaving the country with her baby five years ago. At the time, she was fleeing a domestic violence relationship and her visa had … Continued


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