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Ladies Who Lovebomb
25 minutes | Feb 1, 2018
Jacqueline Arellano helps migrants survive the border
Episode 15 // February 1, 2018: Jacqueline's a volunteer director with Border Angels, a nonprofit in San Diego that advocates for immigration reform and human rights for immigrants. She coordinates “water drops” in the California desert to provide life-saving supplies for people making the dangerous cross-border trek.
23 minutes | Jan 18, 2018
Shannon Watts is "the NRA's worst nightmare"
Episode 14 // January 18, 2018: The founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has 4 million supporters to push for common-sense gun laws across the U.S. Her movement began as a Facebook group...when she had just 75 online friends.
23 minutes | Jan 4, 2018
Georgia Lee Hussey helps ladies get that cash
Episode 13 // January 4, 2018: Maybe you heard, but it's the New Year? Aka time for us to get our lives together. This episode, Georgia Lee Hussey of Modernist Financial in Portland, Oregon, tells us how to make money moves with feminist, inclusive values in mind.
29 minutes | Dec 21, 2017
Ai-jen Poo wants dignity for domestic workers
Episode 12 // December 21, 2017: For our last episode of 2017, we have a total boss of a guest: Ai-jen Poo, from the National Domestic Workers Alliance and Caring Across Generations. Ai-jen's spent more than two decades advocating for domestic workers' and caregivers' rights, and btw, she earned a MacArthur Genius Grant and made Time's 100 Most Influential People in the World List along the way.
25 minutes | Dec 7, 2017
Osub Ahmed inspires college healthcare heroines
Episode 11 // December 7, 2017: At the Black Women's Health Imperative, Osub Ahmed is championing a new generation of leaders and activists. From her home base in DC, Osub leads the program My Sister's Keeper, which organizes groups of university students to speak up for sexual health, speak out against gender-based violence and promote policies that keep women safe.
15 minutes | Nov 22, 2017
Kathryn Jones runs an agency of change
Episode 10 // November 22, 2017: When Kathryn Jones co-founded Resistance Media Collective a year ago, she was simply trying to help out Beau Willimon's Action Group Network. But a random meeting, led by the House of Cards showrunner, sparked the idea for a volunteer creative "agency" to serve progressive groups and causes.
26 minutes | Nov 8, 2017
Lovebombers reflect on a very weird year
Episode 9 // November 8, 2017: Congratulations (??) for surviving exactly one year since the 2016 election. This week, we ask four women active in the Ladies Who Lovebomb community how they're moving forward with a spirit of progress.
27 minutes | Oct 25, 2017
Céline Semaan gives us fashion activism
Episode 8 // October 25, 2017: Want to dress like you're on the right side of history? Then take some style tips from Slow Factory, a Brooklyn-based line that funds nonprofits like the ACLU and American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA).
17 minutes | Oct 11, 2017
Yocelyn Riojas is illustrating The Revolution
Episode 7 // October 11, 2017: She's a Latinx designer and illustrator who's busting stereotypes and fighting for immigration rights in Texas, all through the power of art.
24 minutes | Sep 27, 2017
Tereza Lee paves the way for DREAMers
Episode 6 // September 27, 2017: Tereza Lee was 7 years old when she found out she was undocumented. Her story inspired the DREAM Act.
22 minutes | Sep 12, 2017
Diane Probst helps Texas rebuild after Hurricane Harvey
Episode 5 // September 12, 2017: Diane Probst wants her hometown of Rockport, Texas, to come back stronger than ever — so she's raising $500,000 for Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts.
27 minutes | Aug 30, 2017
Amanda Doroshow defends immigrant families
Episode 4 // August 30, 2017: This year has been a hectic one for Amanda Doroshow, a New York immigration attorney who defends women and children through Her Justice.
27 minutes | Aug 21, 2017
Jessica Toste stands up for LGBTQ students
Episode 3 // August 16, 2017: Jessica Toste — a board member for GLSEN (pronounced “glisten”) — keeps schools safer for all students, regardless of gender identity, gender expression or sexual orientation.
28 minutes | Aug 21, 2017
Manal Kahi celebrates refugee chefs
Episode 2 // August 16, 2017: After moving to New York from Lebanon, Manal Kahi founded Eat Offbeat, a food startup featuring cuisines from Syria, Iraq, Nepal and Eritrea.
25 minutes | Aug 21, 2017
Amanda Litman wants ladies in office
Episode 1 // August 16, 2017: For our very first episode, Hillary Clinton’s former email director Amanda Litman tells us about her new political action committee, Run for Something, which helps progressive millennials run for local office.
1 minutes | Aug 12, 2017
Introducing Ladies Who Lovebomb
Episode 0 // August 12, 2017: It’s almost time for the show! Meet host Jill Hilbrenner, who started Ladies Who Lovebomb as an outlet for practical feminist activism.
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