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Chaos theory: Rapper Ana Tijoux on art, feminism, 'garbage culture' and chaotic resistance

November 27, 2014
| The politically charged rapper discusses the hyper-sexualization of women, political art, the Chilean student movement and more.
Length: 30:09 minutes (55.21 MB)
| November 26, 2014

Shameless Magazine celebrates 10th anniversary

November 25, 2014
| Shameless Magazine is an independent Canadian voice for young women and trans youth. It's run by volunteers and guided by a feminist and anti-racist approach.
Length: 16:10 minutes (14.81 MB)
| November 24, 2014
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Interview with Julia Serano, author of 'Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive'

November 23, 2014
| Carissa Ropponen interviews Julia Serano, author of "Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive."
Length: 22:33 minutes (25.83 MB)
The F Word

Celebrating Audre Lorde: Interviews with Alexis Pauline Gumbs and Dagmar Shultz

November 22, 2014
| Pragya Esh speaks with Alexis Pauline Gumbs and Dagmar Shultz about the impact of Audre Lorde's work today, their own work, and the politics of representation.
Length: 44:25 minutes (50.84 MB)
| November 22, 2014

Left in Love: Roz and Sam cross political lines with creativity

Photo: Meghan Murphy

Left in Love is a dating column for progressive daters who give a damn! Each month, Meghan Murphy matches couples looking for radical love and documents the date in this space. Our couple this month is  Roz and Sam.

Roz is a 28-year-old student, support worker, visual artist and children's author. Creative/optimist.

Sam is 33-year-old professional musician, amateur cook and armchair scientist. Leggy/pensive.


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L.A.-based MC and artist Asa Lianess on love vs. sex and being real in hip-hop

November 20, 2014
| The Los Angeles-based poet, singer, MC and henna artist shares her thoughts about love and sex in hip-hop, spirituality, sisterhood and going global.
Length: 15:52 minutes (29.06 MB)
| November 19, 2014
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