On this week’s installment of WINGS, three speakers from a seminar held March 18, 2013, in Melbourne, give complex answers to the title question, “Does Feminism Speak for All Women?”

Featured speakers/guests:

Durkhanai Ayubi, a Senior Policy Analyst for the Federal Government, Juliana Qian, a writer and media-maker, and Dr. Odette Kelada, a lecturer at the University of Melbourne who researches and publishes on whiteness, race, colonisation and feminism.

Credits:

Produced by Clemmie Wetherall for Women on the Line, at 3CR community radio in Melbourne; adapted for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

 

ON WINGS | August 10, 2013 | 2:30 pm

Feminism for All?

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On this week’s installment of WINGS, three speakers from a seminar held March 18, 2013, in Melbourne, give complex answers to the title question, “Does Feminism Speak for All Women?”

Featured speakers/guests:

Durkhanai Ayubi, a Senior Policy Analyst for the Federal Government, Juliana Qian, a writer and media-maker, and Dr. Odette Kelada, a lecturer at the University of Melbourne who researches and publishes on whiteness, race, colonisation and feminism.

Credits:

Produced by Clemmie Wetherall for Women on the Line, at 3CR community radio in Melbourne; adapted for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

 

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