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Womanist Musings is dedicated to examining current events, and pop culture from anti racist/ feminist perspective

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Monica, Renee, and Allison will be interviewing one another on their personal commitment to womanism/feminism, their ambitions for writing, and their political engagements and commitments.

We will be discussing with the talented Kola belief what it was like to grow up Black in Northern Sudan. We also discuss how the feelings of Black Africans may not be the same as African Americans on the issue of Palestine and Israel.

The start of a new school year means that we must once again focus our attention on the quest for quality education. To do so we must decide what our most pressing issues are and develop plan to ensure that no child is left behind.

We will be talking to Kate Harding of the Shapely Prose, regarding fat phobia in public discourse.

Join as we interview historian Dr. Susan Stryker, author of transgender history (Seal Press) We will be discussing, the troubled history of trasnphobia in the feminist community, as well as race and class issues within the transgender... more

We will be interviewing spoken-word poet and disability-rights activist Maria Palacios as she discusses her life's work of writing, performances, and issues of social justice.

In this episode we will look at the way racism influences the understanding of patriotism as it relates to Black Canadians and Americans. How do we feel about our country and how does our country feel about us.

A man of Michaels stature comes once in a lifetime. Now that he has passed, it is time to sit and deconstruct the man and the legend.

We discuss the pattern of erasure of Black women by Feministing and its editor-in-chief's reluctance to discuss it with WOC.

We will be interviewing spoken work poet StacyeyAnn Chin on her new book. We be exploring Jamaican culture, lesbainism, and art.