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David Feldman Show
 
Congressman Alan Grayson, Comic Joe DeVito, Professor Corey Brettschneider and Buckels The Clown. Lizz Winstead created The Daily Show and Air America as well as Lady Parts Justice. Says Lizz, "Lady Parts Justice is the first not safe for work, rapid response reproductive rights messaging hub that uses comedy, culture and digital media to sound ...…
 
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Repro Madness! - The Lady Parts Justice Podcast
 
Julie and Abby remind us that we’re all just people at a Tom Petty concert. They run down the news, from Charlotte, NC where apparently abortion is all about men to Missouri where a certain lawmaker is taking on a much too hands on approach. They’re joined by a new intern - Solange! She gives us the inside scoop on the Lifetime miniseries that ...…
 
Interview: Comedian Lizz Winstead—co-creator of "The Daily Show" and co-founder of Lady Parts Justice—talks about reproductive health, what she sees as the greatest threat to abortion rights, and an overlooked part of supporting reproductive rights.
 
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Waffles Friends Work
 
Inspired by the Indiana Organization for Women, this week we welcome guest Travis Ballie, a lead field organizer for NARAL Pro-Choice America, to the show. We discuss season 2, episode 17, “Woman of the Year”, what it’s like as a man to be involved in the reproductive justice movement, and how to “diversify” your civic engagement between the fe ...…
 
Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) like intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants are becoming increasingly popular as birth control methods. Between 2011 and 2013, the number of women using an IUD increased 83 percent from the previous four years, according to a 2015 report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's N ...…
 
In our season finale of The Breach, Adam Serwer of the Atlantic joins host Lindsay Beyerstein to discuss Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his radical plans for the Department of Justice, which threaten civil rights enforcement at federal agencies; sentencing reform; bathroom access for transgender students in public schools; and so much more. ...…
 
This week on the Ignite Intimacy podcast, my sistar Sarah and I get filled in on all the juicy details of Andrea Barrica’s passion for reproductive justice and the birth of her online shame-free platform for pleasure education, O.School. Accepting the fluidity of sexuality from an early age, but pushing it aside to focus on her education, Andre ...…
 
Recorded live at the Brattle Theater (Boston) for the Women in Comedy Festival 2017, Pam chats with Lizz Winstead about her persistence in comedy and life. Lizz Winstead is the co-creator of The Daily Show where she worked as a head writer for three years. She then had a show with Rachel Maddow on Air America. Lizz Winstead is one of the founde ...…
 
Welcome to the podcast about global LGBTI human rights! My guest for this first episode is Urooj Arshad, a fierce & fabulous queer Pakistani-American activist working for reproductive justice and against Islamophobia & homophobia. From Karachi to Illinois to Washington, D.C., Urooj's journey speaks powerfully to how we navigate our many identit ...…
 
Find us on iTunes: http://bit.ly/naralpodcast This week, Jaime, Vashitta, and Gabe discuss the new CBO estimate on the AHCA. Approximately 23 million Americans would lose health insurance under Paul Ryan’s plan. In Ohio, we’re continuing to put pressure on Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharen Kennedy to recuse herself in the Capital Care case. Thi ...…
 
Photo by Evan Mcknight POLITICS IN OUR PRIVATES panel at CYCLES + SEX Facilitated by Dr. Viral Patel with panelists: Rebecca Davis founder of Rally+Rise, Aisha Reproductive Health and Advocacy fellow at the RHAP, Farah Diaz-Tello Senior Counsel for the SIA Legal Team and Jennifer Weiss-Wolf author of Periods Gone Public, Making a Stand for Mens ...…
 
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Her Rules Radio | Support and Inspiration to Help Women Live by Their Own Rules
 
In the next couple of weeks, I will be launching a Patreon campaign for Her Rules Radio. There will be different levels of support, but we have lots of exciting bonuses coming your way! Years ago in college, I investigated some women’s health clinics for a newspaper article and found several fake ones, who only provided misinformation. Then I w ...…
 
Dorothea Palmer arrested for distributing information on birth control. In the early 1900s, Canadian women had no access to information about birth control. Most religious and medical leaders even opposed making information about it available. Dorothea Palmer, born in England in 1908 before immigrating to Canada, was instrumental in gaining rep ...…
 
Dr. Herman du Toit discusses one of the beast known artists among members of the LDS Church, 19th Century Danish painter, Carl Bloch. His works are nearly ubiquitous, but his role is much more pervasive than the reduced size depictions that are common in magazines and manuals. Christ and Child (1873) by Carl Bloch (Danish, 1834-1890). Oil on Ca ...…
 
Find us on iTunes: http://bit.ly/naralpodcast This week, Vashitta and Gabe discuss the effort by ProgressOhio to call on state Supreme Court Justice Sharen Kennedy to recuse herself in the Capital Care Network case out of Toledo. ProgressOhio was joined by 51 different individuals and organizations signing on to the formal complaint, including ...…
 
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OUTTAKE VOICES™ (Interviews)
 
Vanessa Daniel, Founder and Executive Director of Groundswell Fund the largest funder of the U.S. reproductive justice movement talks with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about the launching of their new “Liberation Fund” to support the leadership of women of color and transgender people of color. Groundswell believes tha ...…
 
This sermon was preached by Guest Preacher Rev. MaryAnn McKibben Dana at Foundry UMC on Sunday, May 14, 2017. Text: John 2:1-11 On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Jesus and his disciples had also been invited to the wedding. When the wine gave out, the mother of Jesus said to him, “They h ...…
 
Gerald Lang teaches Philosophy at the University of Leeds, and received his training in Bristol and Oxford. He was the co-editor of Luck, Value, and Commitment: Themes from the Ethics of Bernard Williams (OUP 2012), along with Ulrike Heuer, and How We Fight: Ethics in War (OUP 2014), along with Helen Frowe. He has published on a large number of ...…
 
Lizz Winstead is a comedian, activist, and author who co-created The Daily Show, Air America Radio and most recently The Lady Parts Justice League: A cabal of comics who use pop culture and digital media to sound the alarm about the erosion of reproductive rights. On this Ep, Lizz joins the gals in the booth to talk Trump, #resistance, and the ...…
 
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XRAY In The Morning - Radio Is Yours
 
Today on XRAY in the Morning:- News and Commentary- A new episode of Oh My Dollar!- Teressa Raifford will tell us about Second Saturday Social Justice #Artists4BlackLives- Dani Shapiro will tell us about her new book Hourglass- We’ll have an XRAY On The Nation with Talk Media News- Hannah Rosenau [Ro-sen-ow] will tell us about the work of Netwo ...…
 
In conversation with Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies and Associate Professor of English at Lehigh University. MSNBC Contributor An outspoken Christian reproductive justice advocate, Dr. Willie Parker is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist who is one of the few abortion providers to women in Mississippi and Alabama. ...…
 
In conversation with Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies and Associate Professor of English at Lehigh University. MSNBC Contributor An outspoken Christian reproductive justice advocate, Dr. Willie Parker is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist who is one of the few abortion providers to women in Mississippi and Alabama. ...…
 
May 11, 2017 – Segment 3 We re-broadcast an episode from 2015 where we discuss long-acting contraception and teen pregnancy with Dani McClain, The Nation magazine contributing writer and Fellow at the Nation Institute, where she focuses on race and reproductive justice. McClain‘s article, “The Birth Control Revolution,” appears in the November ...…
 
May 11, 2017 – Segment 3 We re-broadcast an episode from 2015 where we discuss long-acting contraception and teen pregnancy with Dani McClain, The Nation magazine contributing writer and Fellow at the Nation Institute, where she focuses on race and reproductive justice. McClain‘s article, “The Birth Control Revolution,” appears in the November ...…
 
Welcome to episode 18 of the Sexology Podcast, today my guest is Dr. Debra Mollen. In this show she discusses women’s reproductive rights, the myths and misconceptions around abortion and the consequences of limiting reproductive rights; e.g. DIY abortions. Debra Mollen is a psychologist, Professor, and Director of the Counseling Psychology Mas ...…
 
Hr 1: Can you believe the Obamacare rate spikes are Trump's fault? AND... Kimberly Morin says Democrat programs actually hurt the poor and working class more than anyone else. AND... Planned Parenthood tweeted that "freedom from violence is reproductive justice." Bet the babies they're aborting don't feel that way! AND... "God forbid you're a w ...…
 
Find us on iTunes: http://bit.ly/naralpodcast This week, Jaime and Gabe are joined by our newest staff member, Vashitta Johnson! Vashitta is our Field and Political Director, a new position that NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio is adding to increase our capacity for political and electoral work across the state. We start with the news that our Field Organ ...…
 
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Marcie Crim, Executive Director of the Kentucky Health Justice Network, is here to discuss reproductive rights and where low-income individuals in Kentucky can receive help getting an abortion. (Feel free to leave a comment. I will read them.)By bluegrassbios@gmail.com.
 
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Best of the Left - The best of progressive and liberal talk
 
Edition #1098 Today we look at the current state of abortion politics here and abroad and explain how the Republicans intend to hurt women and increase the number of abortions worldwide by ignoring science and humanity Be part of the show! Leave a message at 202-999-3991 Show Notes Ch. 1: Opening Theme: A Fond Farewell - From a Basement On the ...…
 
"By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Jodi Jacobson, President and Editor In Chief at Rewire.news, to talk about the intersection of reproductive rights and economic justice, how being pro-life means different things for the American Left and Right, what broad and diverse can and should mean for progressives and whether or n ...…
 
Ruth Moreno and Tomas Kennedy of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Florida--Tomas is also part of the People’s Progressive Caucus of Miami-Dade--joined us at the Klangbox.FM studios in Miami to talk about the upcoming May Day March & Rally and broader themes about economic justice, intersectional activism, and Donald Trump Halloween ...…
 
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Talking Sex with Dr Eve
 
Eusebius spoke to Marion Stevens (Chairperson Sexual and Reproductive Justice Coalition) and Dr Rebecca Hodes (Medical historian) about reproductive law and how it hast been entirely great for women.
 
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I Want It That Way: Bustle on Sex and Relationships
 
Lizz Winstead of Lady Parts Justice joins us to discuss all the ways idiots are still fighting to control our reproductive rights in 2017 and what *you* can do right now to make a the biggest impact. Plus, we say the word abortion a lot. To learn more about Lady Parts Justice and the Vagical Mystery Tour: www.ladypartsjustice.comwww.vagicalmyst ...…
 
Before there was Lisbeth Salander or Stephanie Plum, there was V I Warshawski. Sara Paretsky revolutionized the mystery world in 1982 when she introduced V I in Indemnity Only. By creating a believable investigator with the grit and the smarts to tackle problems on the mean streets, Paretsky challenged a genre in which women typically were eith ...…
 
People’s March El Pueblo Unido Saturday, April 29th, 2017 El Pueblo Unido presents the People’s March for Jobs, Justice, and the Climate. Over 3 dozen organizations are working in coalition for this day of unity and action. Combining the traditional local May Day march and rally with the People’s March for Jobs, Justice and Climate in Washingto ...…
 
The Earth Charter is an international declaration of fundamental values and principles for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society in the 21st century. It "seeks to inspire in all peoples a sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well-being of the human family, the greater community of life, and futur ...…
 
Sex Ed in high school isn’t too far off from that scene in “Mean Girls,” where we all get chlamydia and die. But some students are fighting the good fight to make sexual health and reproductive rights fun and accessible.Chris and Josh chat with one of these folks. Elizabeth Wells is a fourth-year sexpert — she’s the head student coordinator of ...…
 
What would it take to have real choices about our bodies? Loretta Ross, co-founder of SisterSong breaks down the reproductive justice framework; and Tina Reynolds, co-founder and Chair of Women on the Rise Telling HerStory, shares how a group of formerly incarcerated women came together to fight for the right to give birth to and raise children ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Faith Wilding was born in Colonia Primavera, Paraguay,1943. She emigrated, US in 1961. Wilding is an intermedia artist, writer, and educator, deeply engaged with teaching and learning; and the intersections of feminism, social justice, cyberfeminism, biotechnology, radical pedagogy, and eco-feminism. Wilding’s creative work addresses the recomb ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Faith Wilding was born in Colonia Primavera, Paraguay,1943. She emigrated, US in 1961. Wilding is an intermedia artist, writer, and educator, deeply engaged with teaching and learning; and the intersections of feminism, social justice, cyberfeminism, biotechnology, radical pedagogy, and eco-feminism. Wilding’s creative work addresses the recomb ...…
 
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