An all-female politics podcast aims to give women a bigger voice at the grassroots progressive movement
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Girls were in the vanguard of the grassroots progressive movement in 2016 and kicked off the resistance to Donald Trump using the womens parade in January.
But some feel that girls arent getting exactly the identical airtime as guys in the movement. Thats about to change with the launching of Season of the Bitch an all-female innovative podcast.
It came around when Amber Taylor, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, and others had been lamenting the dearth of girls on some leftwing podcasts.
The majority of them are hosted by guys, Taylor told the Guardian. If there’s a girl its often just one girl, and you dont hear her as much through the episode.
The first episode is due to launch on Friday 1 September, and Season of the Bitch will operate every Friday thereafter. On the schedule for the podcasts introduction: Were going to talk about the demand for the feminist perspective in the politics of the left, Taylor said.
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The white supremacist rally, which has been encouraged by the alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer, amongst others, is due to take place on Saturday. Protests are planned.
Heres Googles chief executive, Sundar Pichai, pictured alongside Steve Jobs, at a poster seemingly displayed outside Google offices.
Working-class individuals have been deserting the Democratic party for a long time, writes Thomas Frank on our site. But despite some wishy-washy terminology and doubts regarding Democrats actual commitment to a more liberal agenda the partys new manifesto, A Better Deal, does provide some hope by inviting Democrats to look in the mirror, ” Franks says.
We’ve got here a real crack at the wall. Lets hope that it evolves, Frank writes.
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