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Transforming Misogynoir

Transforming Misogynoir

By Transform Misogynoir
Interviews with people, projects, and practices that are transforming misogynoir in our world.
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End of Season 1: Breathful w/ Jordyn
Mentioned in today’s episode: Octavia Butler, Afrofuturism, Levar Burton, The Read A transcript of this episode can be found here Happy New Year! Here is a free workbook by YearCompass to help review 2021 and dream for 2022. We loved it and wanted to share!  ---- Check out Misogynoir Transformed: Black Women's Digital Resistance by Moya Bailey, "all about how Black women actively reimagine the world by engaging in powerful forms of digital resistance at a time when anti-Black misogyny is thriving on social media."
20:20
January 17, 2022
Transforming Misogynoir w/ Golden Collier
Golden’s IG: @d.s.press and @blackqueertransrecovery Check out the audre lorde harm reduction workbook and find his other zine, film, printmaking and collab work at their website diasporansavant.cargo.site and their sound work on SoundCloud Mentioned in today’s episode: Cecile Emeke’s Strolling, Audre Lorde’s Sister Outsider “Nothing that can be used against me”, Flo Kennedy, Sweet Honey in the Rock - Ella’s Song, Cece McDonald, Katie Cannon, Let the Fire Burn, Josephine Baker makes citizens arrest, Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis read poems, Kitchen Table Press, Firebrand Press, Allied Media Conference (AMC) A transcript of this episode can be found here ---- Check out Misogynoir Transformed: Black Women's Digital Resistance by Moya Bailey, "all about how Black women actively reimagine the world by engaging in powerful forms of digital resistance at a time when anti-Black misogyny is thriving on social media."
41:18
November 01, 2021
Transforming Misogynoir w/ Bianca Laureano
Bianca’s Twitter: @latinasexuality Bianca’s IG: @latinegrasexologist Check out Writing Ourselves into Existence: Healing Through Collaborative Curriculum Development and find more of Bianca’s work at her website biancalaureano.com Mentioned in today’s episode: Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WOCSHN), AnteUp! Virtual Freedom Professional Development School for Justice Workers, What’s the REAL DEAL about Love and Solidarity? (2015), Communication MixTape: Speak On It Vol 1. (2017), Sexual & Reproductive Justice Discussion Guide. (2018).  NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, The LatiNegrxs Project, Latinosexuality.com, Crip Camp (2020), Stacey Park Milbern, Allied Media Conference (AMC), Dr. Angel Miles, Sydette Harry, Feministe, Maegan Ortiz, Our Bodies, Ourselves, The Joy of Sex, Black Feminist Disability Framework A transcript of this episode can be found here ---- Check out Misogynoir Transformed: Black Women's Digital Resistance by Moya Bailey, "all about how Black women actively reimagine the world by engaging in powerful forms of digital resistance at a time when anti-Black misogyny is thriving on social media."
48:50
November 01, 2021
Transforming Misogynoir w/ Sydette
Sydette’s Twitter Handle: @BlackAmazon Watch Sydette speak at Code for America: You Only Code As Well As You Listen Read her article on Wired: Listening to Black Women, The Innovation Tech Can’t Figure Out  Terms: localization, edge case, asynchronous, kyriarchy  People and orgs: The Coral Project, The Mozilla Foundation, Lisa Factora, Sarah Khandakar, Michelle Ferrier, Monika Bielskyte, The Nap Ministry A transcript of this episode can be found here ---- Check out Misogynoir Transformed: Black Women's Digital Resistance by  Moya Bailey, "all about how Black women actively reimagine the world by  engaging in powerful forms of digital resistance at a time when anti-Black misogyny is thriving on social media."
43:55
September 07, 2021
Transforming Misogynoir w/ Mai'a Williams
Learn more about Mai'a's work here:  Twitter: @guerrillamama_ Instagram: @maiawilliamsxoxo Website: https://www.maiawilliams.net/ Read Mai’a’s latest work: This Is How We Survive: Revolutionary Mothering, War, and Exile in the 21st Century from PM Press  A transcript of this episode can be found here. -- Check out Misogynoir Transformed: Black Women's Digital Resistance by Moya Bailey, "all about how Black women actively reimagine the world by engaging in powerful forms of digital resistance at a time when anti-Black misogyny is thriving on social media."
42:34
August 02, 2021