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Marina DelVecchio examines the ways in which Ashley Judd's 2011 memoir, 'All That is Bitter and Sweet,' is a feminist text. Marina...
Ching-In Chen is an Asian-American poet and community organiser, who is the author of "The Heart's Traffic" (Arktoi/Red Hen Press,...
Seni Senivratne is a multifaceted creative artist; not only is she a poet, performer, singer and a visual artist, but she an activ...
In this OWC podcast, Claire talks to Tracy Chiles McGhee, founder of Womanifesting—WOMA—who shares some inspirational insights...
“A Spoon Full of Craft Helps the Activism Go Down” is Sarah Corbett’s motto. She is the founder of Craftivist Collective: a ...
It is hard not to believe we’re in a time of empowerment of those less powerful, and to be swept up in the fervor escalating the...
A rural based Irish experimental filmmaker/ visual artist, Cathy Fitzgerald, reflects on the value of online technologies for the ...
Kylie Grant writes about the SlutWalk protest movement and the political rhetoric concerning the definition of rape: "Instead...
Favianna Rodriguez is one of the most inspiring artivists at work today, blending creative passion with community organizing and p...
Kylie Grant writes about the global women's movement and variations in women's goals concerning equality.
Part one of our look at the connotations of Jane Austen's work. This week we explore the interpretation of her work as "feminist."
by Lorna Dee Cervantes (delivered 1/19/08, San Francisco, CA) 35 years ago the fog was so thick on the valley floor I couldn&#8217...