08 / 13 / 14
When Police Brutality Becomes a Feminist Issue
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What does the Michael Brown shooting have to do with feminism? Hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon discussed the topic of police brutality and feminism in the second half of the Council of Feminism Thought with writer Mikki Kendall and comedienne and burlesque performer Tamale Sepp.

“Black women, Latino women, Native American women- we are all supposed to be part of this. Our communities are being harmed by police brutality. Not only are the women dying, the children are dying, their husbands are dying, their brothers their uncles. The people they love are being killed… it should be a feminist issue because if we’re talking equality and we want equality, well equality includes not being killed for the color of your skin.”

-Mikki Kendall

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06 / 25 / 14
Chelsea Shields Strayer Talks Feminism and Mormonism

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Ordain Women’s Chelsea Shields Strayer joined hosts Molly Adams and Brian Babylon to talk about what it means to be a feminist and a Mormon and Ordain Women’s efforts to allow women to become clergy in the church. Ordain Women’s founder, Kate Kelly, was excommunicated from the church on Monday.

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