In the first half hour, Deborah Copaken Kogan, author of The Red Book and Shutterbabe, speaks with Kate Raphael about the “little paper cuts” of sexism from the literary establishment and her article “My So-Called Feminist Life in Arts and Letters” published in the April 13 issue of The Nation.

In the second half, Aileen Clarke Hernandez, second president of the National Organization for Women, labor organizer and the first woman appointed to the EEOC. Hernandez talks about the role of radical economic justice activists in creating what we think of as liberal middle-class feminism.

Plus “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” by Yazmin Monet Watkins; music by Hayden Pannetierre and Connie Britton and Joan Baez.

ON World Possibilities | May 2, 2013 | 5:00 am

Women’s Magazine: Daily Sexism

In the first half hour, Deborah Copaken Kogan, author of The Red Book and Shutterbabe, speaks with Kate Raphael about the “little paper cuts” of sexism from the literary establishment and her article “My So-Called Feminist Life in Arts and Letters” published in the April 13 issue of The Nation.

In the second half, Aileen Clarke Hernandez, second president of the National Organization for Women, labor organizer and the first woman appointed to the EEOC. Hernandez talks about the role of radical economic justice activists in creating what we think of as liberal middle-class feminism.

Plus “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” by Yazmin Monet Watkins; music by Hayden Pannetierre and Connie Britton and Joan Baez.

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