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Dive with Data explores insights into big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and how these technologies are quickly changing our lives. Hosted by Asha Saxena, CEO of Future Technologies Inc. and a professor at Columbia University, you will hear her conversations with executives and thought leaders from today's most influential corporations, healthcare organizations, and academic institutions all describing how they apply big data for innovation, optimization and disruption.
 
Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab is an intersectional, international, and intergenerational podcast with feminist visionaries. Secrets are had and shared in conversation with revolutionaries and innovators engaged in distinctly unapologetic feminist work. The R&R Lab unearths those nuggets of truth hidden just under the surface, begging to be noticed. We dive deeply into animating questions at the center of our feminist life; exploring the complexity and nuance that emboldens our listeners to ...
 
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This week's revolutionary is Therese Shechter, a Brooklyn-based filmmaker, founder of Trixie Films, and occasional graphic designer. She describes her mission as challenging what society holds most sacred about womanhood, and her current film project, My So-Called Selfish Life, documents the experience of women liker herself who choose not to becom…
 
This week's radical is Dr. Raychelle Burks, an analytical chemist and self-proclaimed supervillain. She's also a science writer and educator, with articles appearing in ChemistryWorld and appearances on the Smithsonian Channel's The Curious Life and Death of... series. We discuss everything from Hercule Poirot's sleuthing skills (and the shocking m…
 
This week's radical is Blair Imani, historian, author, educator, activist, podcaster, social media influencer... seriously, there's not much she can't do. Her new podcast with Kate Robards, America Did What?!, tackles difficult subjects in American history through a lens of feminism and anti-racism, blending biting commentary with slapstick comedy.…
 
This week we're revisiting our Feminism in the Age of COVID-19 online event series that took place this past June and July. On June 12th we were joined by journalist and author Fariba Nawa and by En(Gender)ed Collective founder Teri Yuan. Together we discussed accountability for violence against women in different contexts and how this work has shi…
 
This is the Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab. This is the show that explores the role of feminism in a new era. We’ve reached out to people doing provocative and empowering work around the globe to ask them, “What drives you to wake up each day and change the world?” Their answers will move you, inspire you, make you laugh—or even cry. Join us as we …
 
This week’s revolutionary is Glynnis MacNicol, author of No One Tells You This: A Memoir, which depicts the messy narrative of her life as well as what it’s like to be a single woman, over 40, and childfree. She pushes against the roles that society tells her to fill, creating her own narrative instead. Throughout our conversation, Glynnis details …
 
This week’s radical is Marci Glass, a Presbyterian pastor in Boise, Idaho, and is also involved in a number of volunteer capacities working for LGBTQ and women’s reproductive justice. Throughout our conversation, Marci shares about why she’s so active in various social movements, why she became a pastor, how she uses her platform, and how she maint…
 
This week’s radical is Caryn Thompson, who owns an intimate wellness store in Boise, Idaho. As a 65-year-old woman, she’s broken into this male-dominated space as an independent businesswoman, asserting space for herself. Through this field, she’s become a sex and health educator by accident who creates safe spaces for everyone – especially women –…
 
This week’s radical is Jessie Zapo. She is a lifelong long-distance runner and coach, and creative arts therapist by trade. Jessie has been practicing art therapy for nearly 15 years in New York City in every way, from in public schools to private practice. More than anything else, she strives to serve the underserved, which she does through iterat…
 
This week’s radical is The Rev. Eboni Marshall Turman, PhD. She is an assistant professor of theology and African American religion at Yale University Divinity School. Even in academia, Eboni pushes against the boundaries of normative theological discourse, particularly around the image of God. Throughout our conversation, Eboni shares all about ho…
 
This week’s radical is Lisa Congdon, an illustrator in author based out of Portland, Oregon. She has always been feminist in spirit, yet also balances the serious and the playful. After the 2016 election, however, Lisa became very intentional with her work. She’s become more politically forward, refuses to hide behind the curtain, and uses her plat…
 
This week’s radical is Cherie Buckner-Webb, an Idaho state legislator and founder of Sojourner Coaching. As a 5th generation Idahoan and part of the 1% of people of color in Boise, Cherie dedicated her career to interrupt human rights violations and discriminations and advocate for all. Throughout our conversation, Cherie shares some insight into h…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Leta Hong Fincher. Leta is a journalist and scholar, focused on studying and reporting on the feminist movements inside China. She recently wrote Betraying Big Brother, which is about China’s resilient feminist movement. Throughout our conversation, Leta explains how China has emerged as the most powerful and influentia…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Boise’s Bombshell: Minerva Jayne VanAllan. She’s an advice columnist, entertainer, comedian, and artist shaking up the norms in Boise, Idaho. From birth onward, the theme throughout Minerva’s life is resilience and authenticity. Throughout our conversation, Minerva shares her story about exploring gender, drag, and her …
 
This is the Radicals’ and Revolutionaries Lab. This is the show that asks, “What does feminism even look like?” What do these power bitches do? Where do these provocateurs come from and how can we get more of that glow? Join us as we dive into feminist awakenings and work that refuses to obey the rules. Season 4 starts Monday 17th February 2020 Sup…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Arati Kreibich. Arati is a mom, immigrant, scientist, and is running for Congress in New Jersey’s 5th district. Arati’s platform and goals revolve largely around climate change, immigration, and women’s rights. Throughout our conversation, Arati Kreibich shares her story about coming to live in the United States at 11 y…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Dr. Anne Marie Goetz, a professor of Global Affairs at New York University’s Center for Global Affairs. Prior to her work as a professor, she worked at the UN as a policymaker on women, peace, and security. Currently, Dr. Goetz’s work looks at what makes states effective in addressing women’s rights and under what condi…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Shanthony Exum, also known as Miss Eaves. On one hand, she’s a New York-based graphic designer that helps startups, non-profits, and social enterprises define their brand. On the other, she’s a rap god and paper mache queen. Shanthony’s music is based on her personal experiences and spread messages that she, as a woman,…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Nadje Al-Ali, a feminist activist, academic, and professor at Brown University. Nadje was born in Germany, in a small town near the border of the Netherlands, to an Iraqi father and German mother. Her main research interests revolve around feminist activism and gendered mobilization, mainly with reference to political m…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Cleo Stiller: Emmy Award-nominated and Peabody Award-nominated reporter, and soon-to-be author of the groundbreaking book Modern Manhood. Cleo figured out that she is very good at talking to people about topics that typically make everyone uncomfortable, from money to relationships and everything in between. With this, …
 
This weeks’ revolutionary is Sophia Wallace, visual artist and creator of Cliteracy. Sophia grew up in Seattle, Washington and currently lives in New York City. Throughout her childhood, she was a feminist before she had the language to really say it. Now, as an adult, the art that she produces is striking, unapologetically sapphic, and groundbreak…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Line Langebek: screenwriter and activist for equality. She is the co-founder of organizations like Raising Films and Library of Change, and the former co-chair of the Writers’ Guild Firm Committee. She is a creative, independent, ambitious woman who effectively and strategically navigates the world in ways that uplifts …
 
This week’s revolutionary is Anja Tyson: a single mom and Brooklynite who works in fashion sustainability. Anja works as a Fashion Sales Manager at TIPA Compostable Packaging, which is a company that’s innovating new ways to reduce the amount of single-use plastics that are used to wrap around clothing before being thrown in the trash. As our conve…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Jackie Namuya Mutere: survivor and lover of life. She’s the founder of Grace Agenda, which is an organization created in response to the vast number of women that had been violated during Kenya’s post-election violence in 2007-2008. With Grace Agenda, she’s formed a structure for survivors and supporters to engage with …
 
This week’s revolutionary is Jimmie Briggs, a man of multiple skills and passions, but most known for his work as a freelance journalist and for creating the Man Up Campaign. He is a documentary storyteller, writer, and human rights leader. When he was a child, his parents suddenly decided to move from a prominently black community to one that was …
 
This week’s revolutionary is Claudine Tsongo, the founder and coordinator of Dynamique des Femmes Juristes (DFJ). Claudine is the mother of five children, a teacher, and a lawyer with the passion to give every human the hope that justice is possible. Residing in the northeastern province of the DRC, Claudine works as an agent of change to help empo…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Jennifer Dziura, the founder of the unabashedly feminist company GetBullish. Having started several businesses throughout her life, she has grown to understand what works and what doesn’t, and—most importantly—how to make money without being a jerk to others. Jennifer a talented writer and speaker, who often discusses c…
 
This week’s revolutionary is one you may have heard of or seen before: Amy Pence-Brown. She describes herself as fat, feminist, mother, writer, artist, historian, and body image activist. She grew up in southern Idaho, within a very patriarchal family. Her parents raised their family Mormon for the first 10 years of Amy’s life. After their family b…
 
This week's revolutionary is Banafsheh Violet Nazari: Oregon attorney who, until recently, was representing communities facing wage theft and workplace discrimination through her own firm. She is now the Policy and Advocacy Coordinator IRCO, where she works to support and amplify their community organising and advocacy work to affect policy and sys…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Nasreen Alkhateeb, a filmmaker, activist, and feminist. She was born in the United States but raised for the first 7 years of her life in Saudi Arabia. After her family moved back to the United States, Nasreen started to realize that she was different from those around her and that she would have to go above and beyond …
 
This week, we have two revolutionaries: Sonja Foss and Karen Foss, twin sisters and partners in the feminist revolution. Originally, they grew up in Eastern Oregon in a very traditional family with traditional parents. As twins, they modeled equality and embodied feminism before they had the language to label it. Now, both Sonja and Karen are rheto…
 
R&R Labs – Sara Matano – Show Notes This week’s revolutionary is Sara Matano. Sara currently lives and works in Portland, OR and teaches high school social studies, doing all she can to bring a feminist lens to the center of her work. Originally, Sara is from Argentina; her family immigrated to the United States when she was still young. She’s spen…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Xhercis Mendez. She is a scholar-activist and constantly looking for any creative strategies that allow us to create the world we want to live in. Her academic works combine women of color and decolonial feminisms, while her focus remains on transformative justice and actively combating structural inequities. Our conver…
 
Amy Hasinoff is this week’s revolutionary. Amy is an assistant professor within the communications department at the University of Colorado, Denver. She works on gender, sexuality, and new media. She joins us for a radical conversation about her feminist upbringing, academic prowess and privilege, and along with her work around consensual social me…
 
Amy Irvin is this week’s revolutionary. Amy is the Executive Director of the New Orleans Abortion Fund. She joins us for radical conversation about her work, her journey and some of the challenges facing abortion rights today. Born in Central Ohio, Amy spent the early years of her childhood on the family farm until her parents divorce moved her, al…
 
This week’s revolutionary is Lorelle Saxena. Lorelle is a doctor of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and the founder of The Saxena Clinic. She’s been voted "Best Acupuncturist in Sonoma County" five years in a row in the North Bay Bohemian's annual Reader Poll. While she treats a variety of patients, her work specializes in trauma and a…
 
This week’s revolutionary is, Karen Mulhauser. Karen is the President of Mulhauser and Associates. Karen’s worked as a leader, advocate and consultant for over 30 years. She’s held various leadership roles at a number of non-profit organizations advocating for women’s rights, abortion rights, education, voting rights, peace and equality. Known for …
 
Prisca Dorcas is a storyteller, public theologian, activist, feminist and founder of the Latina Rebels platform. She’s also someone who’s unapologetically committed to calling out injustice. Prisca was born in Managua, Nicaragua and raised in a very religiously conservative family. Despite her being taught that a woman’s place was in the home, she …
 
Amanda Manitach is definitely a modern day renaissance woman. Raised in rural Western Kansas and North Texas, Amanda grew up in a very religiously conservative family. The daughter of a pastor, her life was defined by the church. She and her sister were both home schooled and grew up with very deep ties to their faith. By the age of 13 she had alre…
 
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