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Our Dirty Laundry
55 minutes | Sep 2, 2022
White Tears/Brown Scars Part 1
Season 3 Book Club: White Tears/Brown Scars - How White Feminism Betrays Women of Color, by Ruby Hamad.Part one of Hamad's book covers "The Setup" of the white/brown binary and the creation of the "damsel in distress" from the colonial era to current times. Listen in and follow the links below to buy a copy of the book. Hamad's in depth research and inspiring writing is not to be missed! Links:The Guardian ArticleIndependent Book Store Link to buyAmazon Link to buyBarnes & Noble Link to buyAll The White Friends I Couldn't KeepThe Impossible Will Take a Little While
49 minutes | Jul 17, 2022
White Feminism: Girl Boss
The rise and fall of the Girl Boss
34 minutes | Jul 3, 2022
Spice Girls and the Dumbing Down of "Girl Power"
Katy tells us what we really want, what we really, really want...about girl power and what we can take away from pop culture activism.
9 minutes | Jun 26, 2022
Mini-rage session and lessons to hold on to.
60 minutes | May 28, 2022
White Feminism: Riot Grrls
Katy takes us through the history of the early 90s white feminist punk rockers known as the Riot Grrl Movement. Manifesto
75 minutes | May 9, 2022
The Supreme Court and Ginni Thomas
It was going to be a minisode, but honestly there is just too much! https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2022/01/31/is-ginni-thomas-a-threat-to-the-supreme-courthttps://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/26/us/politics/trump-ginni-thomas-meeting.htmlhttps://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/07/groundswell-rightwing-group-ginni-thomas/https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/03/ginni-thomas-attended-stop-the-steal-rallyhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/03/24/virginia-thomas-mark-meadows-texts/https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/mar/24/ginni-thomas-donald-trump-mark-meadows-texts-election
65 minutes | Apr 23, 2022
White Feminism: Equal Pay
This history of the fight for equal pay & the gender pay gap - what it encompasses and what it leaves out.
15 minutes | Apr 8, 2022
Minisode: White Lady Frauds
These women don't deserve much of our time, but the lesson that it always helps to be a white lady is reinforced in a hard core way with the stories of Anna Delvey and Elizabeth Holmes. Yet, somehow, it's seldom mentioned that their whiteness was integral to their fraud.
64 minutes | Apr 1, 2022
White Feminism: It's Time to Talk About Phyllis
The ERA finally got through Congress, with surprising ease, in 1972. It was then quickly ratified by 30 states...and then, about to cross the threshold into an adopted amendment, it died. Why? Well, that's where Phyllis comes in.
57 minutes | Mar 20, 2022
White Feminism: Unload with Kate Schatz on Lesbian Feminist White Ladies
Kate Schatz is back to bring in some examples of positive white ladies deviating from the patriarchal, white supremacist norm and how we can learn from their lives and work. When we talked to Jessie Daniels a few episodes back we noted that many of the non-shitty white women we find in history happened to be queer women. We asked Kate to highlight a few of those women in this episode.
55 minutes | Mar 12, 2022
White Feminism: 1964 Civil Rights Act & The ERA
You're not going to be shocked, but you'll still be horrified, if you didn't know the passing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act had some of the same background shenanigans going on from the early suffrage days (we're looking at you Susan B). White women always watching out for white women, even when it's not about them...NYT Article: How Women Got in on the Civil Rights Act
63 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
White Feminism: The Equal Rights Amendment
Everyone agrees that people shouldn't be discriminated against based on their sex, don't they? Maybe they do, maybe they don't, maybe they shouldn't?? Turns out it's a bit complicated as we start discussing the ERA!
40 minutes | Mar 3, 2022
Minisode: Women's History Month
It's Women's History Month, but have you ever wondered what the history of WHM is itself? Safe bet: white women have something to do with it!
67 minutes | Feb 26, 2022
White Feminism: Interview with Jessie Daniels author of Nice White Ladies
Interview with Jessie Daniels, Professor and author of Nice White Ladies: The Truth About White Supremacy, Our Role in It, and How We Can Help Dismantle It.Jessie Daniels is a professor at Hunter College in New York. She is an internationally recognized expert on Internet manifestatons of racism. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, NPR, Forbes, and Newsweek. Her previous books, White Lies and Cyber Racism about far right extremist groups. Nice White Ladies changes focus, and instead addresses the "Karen" phenomenon and role of white women in many of the political landscapes we know today. You will recognize many of the issues we address with Jessie from discussions on previous episodes and we hope to have her back to talk about more!From the episode: The NYT article on unequal work load in American familiesBuy Jessie's book!!!!AmazonBarnes & NobleBookshopPowell'sIndiebound
56 minutes | Feb 18, 2022
White Feminism: NOW, now
Current day NOW controversies - Katy brings us up to date on the female fuckery happening in NOW the past several years. White liberal women have a long way to go in dismantling their own white supremacy.
32 minutes | Feb 16, 2022
Minisode: Halftime and Music Hysteria
Inspired by NFL's greatest halftime (according to Mandy) - white (women) hysteria and music
69 minutes | Feb 12, 2022
White Feminism: NOW Part 2
From the "official" organization of NOW - starting where the WW picked up...and dropped the ball, again.
59 minutes | Feb 4, 2022
White Feminism: National Organization for Women
By all prominent historical accounts, the National Organization for Women was founded in 1966 by Betty Friedan and several other women who met together in a hotel room at a women's conference that June. But there's a whole lot more to what happened before that hotel meeting (because, of course there is) that involves many foundational events and women that are not white.
62 minutes | Jan 30, 2022
White Feminism: Betty Friedan
The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan is widely credited for initiating the "second wave" of feminism. Dissecting the problematic themes of this framework, and Friedan's writing itself, is an important beginning in tackling the overall issues with white feminism.
55 minutes | Jan 15, 2022
White Feminism: Introduction
Season Three! Introducing the idea of feminist "waves" - where they came from and why they are problematic.
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