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Voices from the Women’s March: Trey Hart and Jon Davidow

Today, Trey Hart and Jon Davidow stop by the studio to talk about supporting women’s issues and human rights at the Women’s march with an intersectional lens.

 

The V Word: Voices from the Women’s March – Todd Stonnell

Today on the V Word, Todd Stonnell joins Carol to talk about his participation in the Women’s March, what it means for the LGBTQ population and how an intersectional focus needs to be part of this movement.

Voices from the Women’s March: Don Harrison

Krysti Albus hosts the V Word today and talks with Don Harrison, journalist with Open Source RVA, about his participation in the Women’s March on Washington, DC.

The V Word: Voices from the Women’s March – Brad Perry

Brad Perry and his son Oliver join Carol on the V Word to talk about how men can support the Women in today’s political climate.

V Word: Voices from the Women’s March – Paul Ivey

The Women’s March that happened January 21st was the largest peaceful protest in history and while it was founded and focused on issues important to women and marginalized communities, men are part of the movement both supporting women and realizing that women’s issues are human issues.

Today, Krsyti Albus hosts the V Word and interviews Paul Ivey, WRIR DJ and local musician on his participation in the march. You can listen to the full interview below:

The V Word: Voices from the Women’s March – Tammie Hagen

During the Women’ March on January 21st individuals and groups attended. On today’s V Word, Kryst Albus is the guest host interviewing Tammie Hagen from New Virginia Majority, a progressive organization dedicated to criminal justice issues, restoration of rights, immigrant rights, and affordable education. She talks about how community organizations were part of the event as well.

You can listen to the full show here:

The V Word: Quillin from the Women’s March

The Women’s March on Washington drew millions to gather in cities around the world on January 21st. They were advocating for human rights: gender equality for women and transgender, the end of racial discrimination and racial equality for all races and ethnic groups, end discrimination for those differently-abled, reproductive rights and the rights of bodily integrity, equal and affordable health-care access for all.

The largest peaceful protest in history .. protesting the current administration’s announced plans to scale back services, to reduce rights, to marginalize and silence.

Women attended, transwomen attended, transmen attended, Queer folks attended, men attended, African-American’s attended, Latinos/x attended, Asian’s attended, young attended, older attended, children attended. People protested in their neighborhoods, in their cities, on social media and flew across timezones to attend.

Here is one of those million voices talking about why she marched:

Want to add your voice, talk about your experience? email: thevword.radio@gmail.com

 

 

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