Meghan Murphy

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Meghan Murphy is a writer and a journalist in Vancouver, B.C. She is the founder and editor of Feminist Current, Canada's most-read feminist blog, and is host and producer of the syndicated Feminist Current podcast. Meghan's writing has been published in New Statesman, The Globe and Mail, The Georgia Straight, Al Jazeera, Ms. Magazine, AlterNet, Herizons Magazine, The Tyee, Megaphone Magazine, Good,, xoJane, and Vice. Meghan is an evening editor at and writes the monthly progressive dating column, Left in Love. She completed her Masters degree in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Simon Fraser University.
Feminist Current

Milk -- A documentary about birth and breastfeeding

November 9, 2015
| Meghan Murphy speaks with director, Noemi Weis, about her new film, Milk.
Length: 22:46 minutes (20.86 MB)
Feminist Current

What could a Liberal majority mean for Indigenous communities?

October 29, 2015
| Meghan Murphy speaks with Pamela Palmater about what impact the recent Liberal victory could have on Indigenous rights in Canada.
Length: 26:33 minutes (24.31 MB)
| October 28, 2015
| October 23, 2015
| October 14, 2015
| October 8, 2015
| October 6, 2015
Feminist Current

Chris Hedges on the death of journalism and critical thought in the Internet age

September 25, 2015
| American journalist and Pulitzer prize-winning author, Chris Hedges, will speak in Vancouver on Friday, September 25.
Length: 19:23 minutes (17.75 MB)
Feminist Current

'Aftermath' by Andrea Dworkin

September 22, 2015
| Andrea Dworkin wrote about being raped in 1999, but her story wasn't discovered until after her death. A new play brings "Aftermath" to life.
Length: 19:00 minutes (17.4 MB)
| September 21, 2015
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