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Feminist Coffee Hour Episode 18: School Based Health Centers and Girls Inc

Posted in Editorials, Podcast Episodes on June 8th, 2017
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School Based Health Centers and Girls Inc

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We interviewed our friend Robin who works in a school based health center and the awesome nonprofit Girls Inc.

Discussed in this episode:

School Based Health Centers

Girls, Inc.

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This episode was edited by Brianna Carpenter.

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Feminist Coffee Hour 17: Lindsay Beyerstein’s Care in Chaos

Posted in Editorials, Podcast Episodes on May 25th, 2017
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Lindsay Beyerstein’s Care in Chaos

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We interviewed Lindsay Beyerstein about her upcoming documentary “Care in Chaos” which is the story of two abortion clinics in red states and how their relationships with police impact access to reproductive healthcare.

Discussed in this episode:

Rewire

Tape Reveals Nixon’s Views On Abortion

Lindsay’s new podcast, The Breach

Lindsay Beyerstein on Twitter

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Feminist Coffee Hour is now on Patreon.

This episode was edited by Brianna Carpenter.

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Feminist Coffee Hour Episode 16: Voices Of The Resistance

Posted in Editorials, Podcast Episodes on May 11th, 2017
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Voices Of The Resistance

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Greetings listeners, it’s been a while, but we are back!

In this episode hear interviews Karen did at the Women’s March.

Discussed in this episode:

‘Learning Curve’ as Rick Perry Pursues a Job He Initially Misunderstood

Science Is For Everyone

Neil deGrasse Tyson: When Science Becomes A Partisan Issue, It Is The Beginning Of The End Of Informed Democracy

What Do I Say When I Call My Representative?

The 65

The Women’s March Take Action Page

The Congressional Docket

Find Your Community Board

New York State Independent Democratic Conference

Our Interview with Rebecca Lynch

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Feminist Coffee Hour Is Now On Patreon

Posted in Podcast Episodes, Site News on May 3rd, 2017
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You might be wondering, what ever happened to the Feminist Coffee Hour Podcast? Well, it hasn’t gone away. In fact we have three episodes in post production, and plans to record many more. However life has gotten hectic – me with a new baby and Karen’s career is getting exciting. We just don’t have the time we used to. But we really want to keep making this show. So we decided to hire an editor to help us with the podcast. She’s doing great work and we can afford to pay her. We see it as the cost of participating in a project we love. But we always said if things ever started to cost over a certain amount, we’d put more effort into monetization. So we made a Patreon. If you want to support our show, here’s where you can do it. The Feminist Coffee Hour Podcast on Patreon.

Feminist Coffee Hour Episode 15: Post Election Analysis With Amanda Marcotte

Posted in Podcast Episodes on December 15th, 2016
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Post Election Analysis With Amanda Marcotte

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Amanda Marcotte of Salon.com joins us to discuss the results of the general election. This episode was recorded on Sunday November 27, 2016.

Discussed in this episode:

Amanda Marcotte at Salon.

What So Many People Don’t Get About the U.S. Working Class [Harvard Business Review]

Donald Trump’s Supreme Court will be a real threat to labor — and that’s going to hurt the Democrats

Alabama approves right-to-work measure

What Trump Could Mean for Women in Business (and It May Not Be What You Think)

Is Bernie Sanders’ Our Revolution over before it even began?

Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy Committee

Progressive Change Campaign Committee

Where Coal Was King, Pa. Voters Hope Trump Rejuvenates Their Economy

Donald Trump’s New York Times Interview: Full Transcript

Slate Star Codex – You Are Still Crying Wolf

Trump’s big infrastructure plan? It’s a trap.

Asch conformity experiments

Trump is a real threat to women — but it will be tougher to eliminate abortion rights than he thinks

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Feminist Coffee Hour Episode 14: Clinton vs Trump

Posted in Podcast Episodes on November 3rd, 2016
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Episode Fourteen Clinton vs Trump

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We weigh in on the general election.

We had some audio distortion on this episode. It comes and goes, our apologies.

Discussed in this episode:

Listen to our previous episode Clinton vs Sanders if you haven’t already.

Ten children are dead after taking homeopathic teething remedy
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The C-Word, But For Men

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Feminist Coffee Hour Episode 13: Jex Blackmore and Satanic Feminism

Posted in Podcast Episodes on September 2nd, 2016
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Episode Thirteen: Jex Blackmore and Satanic Feminism

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We interview Jex Blackmore, National spokesperson for The Satanic Temple and Director of The Satanic Temple of Detroit.

Discussed in this episode:

The Satanic Temple’s Fight to Protect Your Abortion Rights (Broadly)

Satanic Temple seeks to start after-school programs in nine US districts

We had some audio distortion on this episode. Our apologies!

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Feminist Coffee Hour Episode 12: Feminist Blockbusters We’d Like To See

Posted in Podcast Episodes on August 5th, 2016
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Episode Twelve: Feminist Blockbusters We’s Like To See

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It’s summer movie season. Here’s a list of the movies we’d green light if we were in charge.

Discussed in this episode:

Richard Kim calls “Crash” the worst movie of the year.

Ta-Nehisi Coates says it was the worst of the decade.

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Feminist Coffee Hour Episode 11: Rev Hope Johnson, Juneteenth, The Living Legacy Project

Posted in Podcast Episodes on June 16th, 2016
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Episode Eleven: Rev Hope Johnson, Juneteenth, The Living Legacy Project

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Discussed in this episode:

Make Juneteenth A National Holiday

NYT: Housing Bias Outlasts Ruling in a Long Island Village

The Living Legacy Project

“Lessons from Selma” (Video) Rob Eller-Isaacs and Rev Hope Johnson

The Divided Methodist Church

‘Black Lives Matter’ signs stolen off church lawn in Hartford

How the Children Feel When Their Church is Wounded

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Feminist Coffee Hour Podcast Episode 10: Women In Tech

Posted in Podcast Episodes on May 12th, 2016
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Episode Ten: Women in Tech

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Discussed in this episode:

We interview Iris Zhang (@iridesent) and talk about Women in Tech.

The Grace Hopper Conference

Girls Who Code

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Columbia University Women In Computer Science (WiCS)

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