Women’s Worlds 2014 will take place in Hyderabad, India, in August 2014. The previous one, in 2011, was said to be the largest international feminist gathering ever held in Canada. The first plenary was an intimate moment of self-revelation and sharing by a very diverse panel of change activists.

Joann St.-Louis, law lecturer and rights activist in Canada. Guests: Tanya Tagaq, Inuit throat singer from Canada; Andrea Smith, Communications Prof. and Cherokee indigenous rights activist from the US; and Devaki Jain, development economist from India

Audio recorded by Frieda Werden; editing by Bea Bernhausen. Update by Frieda Werden

ON WINGS | June 7, 2014 | 2:30 pm

Breaking Cycles, Part 1

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Women’s Worlds 2014 will take place in Hyderabad, India, in August 2014. The previous one, in 2011, was said to be the largest international feminist gathering ever held in Canada. The first plenary was an intimate moment of self-revelation and sharing by a very diverse panel of change activists.

Joann St.-Louis, law lecturer and rights activist in Canada. Guests: Tanya Tagaq, Inuit throat singer from Canada; Andrea Smith, Communications Prof. and Cherokee indigenous rights activist from the US; and Devaki Jain, development economist from India

Audio recorded by Frieda Werden; editing by Bea Bernhausen. Update by Frieda Werden

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