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Standoff follows Fred Gómez Carrasco, a drug cartel kingpin and orchestrator of the 1974 Huntsville, Texas, prison siege. The siege was one of the most infamous hostage crises in American history and played out in dramatic fashion over eleven days, all in front of a terrified national audience. One hundred hours of audio containing the actual hostage negotiations and the deadly shoot-out tell the story like never before. "Journalist Wes Ferguson... weaves a fascinating yarn using new intervi ...
 
Who is your favorite Latina or Latine photographer? Latina/e photographers have been contributing to the visual narrative of the United States for over a hundred years. These stories are rarely known. Our Latina Lens Podcast, hosted by Monika Aldarondo, elevates the work and stories of accomplished US-based Latina/e photographers across genres. Each photographer will be featured in two episodes. The first episode will explore their creative process and journey with photography. In a second e ...
 
The Feminist Agenda is a podcast that will explore what it means to be a professional feminist, how to bring feminism into your work no matter what you do, and we’ll talk about how we keep our agendas organized. Some guests have women's studies degrees, some don't. Learn how you can make any job a feminist job. The Feminist Agenda aims to be a mini-podcast. We get you in and out of the conversation because we know there is a lot of patriarchy to smash and white supremacy to address.
 
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Cinthia Jaimes is a Portrait and Boudoir photographer based in Dallas, Texas. In this conversation Cinthia discusses her journey to Boudoir, her creative process and the effect that photographing women from a perspective of empowerment and body positivity had on her life. She is frank about her own struggles with mental health and how her mom encou…
 
Hosted by Ash Kelley and Alaina Urquhart from the hit show Morbid. When 90-year-old Laurence Pilgeram drops dead on the sidewalk outside his condo, you might think that’s the end of his story. But, really, it’s just the beginning. Because Laurence and others like him have signed up to be frozen and brought back to life in the future. And that belie…
 
Editorial and Commercial Photographer Amanda López immerses us in the process and context of creating three of her most significant images. She tells us about photographing Mexican actress Kate del Castillo, who she used to watch as a child with her family. Her experience photographing her grandmother and what her grandmother meant to Amanda’s fami…
 
Editorial and Commercial photographer Amanda López shares how she finds joy in her craft, how her 2nd and 3rd generation Mexican-American upbringing influences her subject matter and the role that mentors and creative community play in her artistic and professional growth.By Our Latina Lens
 
In this episode, photojournalist Mabel Jiménez takes us into the circumstances when she created two of her images. The first is an image documenting a farewell ceremony for a mural in the Mission District of San Francisco. A ceremony that she shares encompasses so much more than just a mural. In her second images, a “Pinky Kiss” is a gesture of con…
 
What happens when you push back against journalistic objectivity? What role do community papers play? How does connection to community affect how you can tell a story? Photographer, photo editor and CatchLight Mentor Mabel Jiménez and host Monika Aldarondo discuss these questions and much more. Mabel shares her experience photographing asylum seeke…
 
In this episode, curator and author Elizabeth Ferrer discusses her research, book and advice for aspiring photographers and curators. transcript and full shownotes at ourlatinalens.com/podcast Elizabethferrer.net IG @evferrer Get Latinx Photography in the United States: A Visual History Info on Luis Carlos Bernal show curated by Elizabeth Epiphania…
 
Here’s your special preview episode of the new series Elizabeth the First – about the remarkable life of Elizabeth Taylor. In our preview, Elizabeth Taylor overcomes unthinkable loss and rises as the biggest movie star on the planet. She uses this power to negotiate a legendary payday for her leading role as CLEOPATRA. All eyes are now on Elizabeth…
 
Who is your favorite Latina or Latine photographer? Latina/e photographers have been contributing to the visual narrative of the United States for over a hundred years. These stories are rarely known. Our Latina Lens Podcast, hosted by Monika Aldarondo, elevates the work and stories of accomplished US-based Latina/e photographers across genres. Eac…
 
Jennifer Baumgardner is a writer, activist, filmmaker, and lecturer. Baumgardner joined The Feminist Agenda to discuss the need to publish feminist children's books, letting projects go, and editing the new feminist book review LIBER. Originally from Fargo, Baumgardner has been working in New York City at the intersection of feminism and publishing…
 
Dr. Tara T. Green has two books out in 2022 that center the respectability of Black women, specifically lesser-known women of the Harlem Renaissance era such as Alice Dunbar-Nelson. Green is an award-winning teacher-mentor-scholar and is currently Professor and former Director (2008-2016) of African American and African Diaspora Studies at the Univ…
 
Anne Elizabeth Moore joins the Feminist Agenda to discuss her latest book, Gentrifier: A Memoir. From Catapult: In 2016, a Detroit arts organization grants writer and artist Anne Elizabeth Moore a free house—a room of her own, à la Virginia Woolf—in Detroit’s majority-Bangladeshi “Banglatown.” Accompanied by her cats, Moore moves to the bungalow in…
 
Gloria Feldt joins The Feminist Agenda to discuss her latest book, Intentioning: Sex, Power, Pandemics, and How Women Will Take The Lead for (Everyone's) Good. Gloria is a New York Times best-selling author, speaker, commentator and feminist leader who has gained national recognition as a social and political advocate of women's rights. In 2013, sh…
 
Author, Publisher, and Hire Women founder Jocelyn de Leon joins The Feminist Agenda to discuss the launch of two new products with the purpose of helping women shift their mindsets, move past limiting beliefs, and level up. Things mentioned in this episode: Mindset Mami Workbook + Journal Dueña Daily Planner + Mindset Check-In Mindset Mami Podcast:…
 
Feminist AF: A Guide to Crushing Girlhood is forthcoming from Norton Young Readers on October 5. It’s a resource guide for young feminists designed to help them navigate some of the most pressing issues young people face. Authors Susana M. Morris and Chanel Craft Tanner join The Feminist Agenda to discuss their book, how they bring feminism to thei…
 
Valerie Orth is a professional singer and songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. Her music is described as electro alt-pop. She writes with a strong sense of self and a fierce feminist perspective, telling stories about alienated humanity and visions of a better tomorrow. Her new album, Rabbit Hole (released Dec 4, 2020) couldn’t be more t…
 
Award-winning journalist, Maria Hinojosa, joins The Feminist Agenda to discuss her memoir, Once I Was You. In 2010, Maria created Futuro Media, an independent, nonprofit organization based in Harlem, NYC with the mission to create multimedia content for and about the new American mainstream in the service of empowering people to navigate the comple…
 
Ileana Jiménez has been teaching a high school class on intersectional feminism for almost 15 years. The Feminist Agenda visited her class at the end of the fall 2020 term. Intersectional Feminism is an elective - this means each student there wanted to be engaged in the material. For nearly 20 years, Ileana Jiménez has been a leader in the field o…
 
Episode 12 bring us Stephanie Ryan, PhD, who is an author, education consultant, and founder of Ryan Education Consulting LLC. She has a strong background in chemistry and biology and enjoys applying her background to develop superior educational products. She is also interested in how mathematics and science intertwine. Her first book, a children'…
 
Kandace Creel Falcón, Ph.D. is an interdisciplinary feminist scholar, writer, and visual artist. Their life’s passion grounds the power of narrative for social transformation. As a Xicanx femme feminist, KCF engages the power of aesthetics and the need to disrupt conventional Western beauty norms. She currently lives and works in rural Minnesota. T…
 
Lisa Levenstein, PhD is a professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at UNC-Greensboro. Her latest book, They Didn't See Us Coming: The Hidden History of Feminism in the Nineties, takes a peek into the origins of online feminism in the 1990s and Veronica's role in that history. Things we discuss: * FemFuture Report * Veronica's response to…
 
Thanks to my friend, Corinne Kodama, Policy Analyst at Women Employed, for joining The Feminist Agenda to discuss the themes of Megan Rapinoe's memoir, One Life. Women Employed's mission is to improve the economic status of women and remove barriers to economic equity. They draft testimony, rally students, secure grants, persuade legislators, mobil…
 
Brea Grant is a filmmaker/writer best known for co-writing/directing the apocalyptic feature, Best Friends Forever, and acting on shows like Heroes and Dexter. Her latest book, Mary: The Adventures of Mary Shelley's Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Granddaughter, is a YA graphic novel about angsty teenager Mary Shelley who is not interested in carryin…
 
This episode of The Feminist Agenda features Martha Chaves, a Hispanic-Canadian award-winning comedian, actor, activist, and playwright. Join the conversation as we touch on feminism in comedy, growing up under a dictatorship, witnessing Black Lives Matter, and her learning curve within the Nobel Peace Prize sisterhood. Martha is a regular in the c…
 
This episode of The Feminist Agenda features Torii Wolf, musician and creator, who discusses the beauty of creating music that fits the pandemic esthetic, pandemic puppies, astrology, and CW shows. Find Torii's music at YouTube and Spotify Find Torii on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram Find Ghost Tense at Spotify Things we mentions in the podcast: Gi…
 
Lisa Levenstein, PhD, has a traditional feminist job - she's a professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at UNC-Greensboro. She's on The Feminist Agenda to discuss her latest book, They Didn't See Us Coming: The Hidden History of Feminism in the Nineties, which showcases many feminist activists who were doing non-traditional feminist work…
 
Jasmine Banks (she/her), Executive Director of UnKoch My Campus. The vision of UnKoch My Campus is to preserve our democracy through protecting higher education from actors whose expressed intent is to place private interests over the common good. Jasmine mentions the following tools in how she organizes her feminist agenda: Slack Temi People and c…
 
Teresa Moreno is faculty at the UIC Richard J. Daley Library and is the Undergraduate Engagement Coordinator and Liaison for African American Studies. Trained in feminist methodology, critical race theory and rooted in interdisciplinary practice, Teresa's librarianship and pedagogical praxis are informed by these theories, methodologies and practic…
 
Summer Dennis hails from Washington DC and is part of the soul/funk project, Summer Dennis & Rhymes. I chatted with her about their new album, Second Summer. Summer suggests "Indelible" and "Party" for your social distancing playlists. You can listen to "Indelible" at the conclusion of this episode. Connect with Summer on Twitter YouTube Instagram …
 
Welcome to the first episode of "The Feminist Agenda" where I catch up with Author Speaker Advisor. BlogHer Founder, Elisa Camahort Page. Elisa Camahort Page hosts her own podcast, The Op-Ed Page, is co-author of, "Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All," and is a co-founder of Blogher. And yes, there is a slight t…
 
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