Digital Sisterhood Radio

2010 December 16
by Liz Henry

Hello geekfeminists! Thursday, Dec. 16th, I’m going to be on a radio show on Feminism Online, hosted by Ananda Leeke as part of her month long Digital Sisterhood project. The show will air on Dec. 16, Digital Sisterhood Radio, from 9:00 pm EST to 10:00 pm EST on Talkshoe.com: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015. Take a look at the entire Digital Sisterhood project. It’s amazing and will surely lead you to find new bloggers to read and follow on Twitter.

Eight amazing fierce feminist panelists have confirmed their participation. They include:

1) Shireen Mitchell “the original Digital Sista”, Speaker, trainer, and thought igniter in media, tech, and politics – www.shireenmitchell.com and http://twitter.com/digitalsista.

Shireen

2) Stacey Milbern, Disability justice organizer, poet, and radical woman of color feminist blogger – http://blog.cripchick.com and http://twitter.com/cripchick.

Stacey Milbern and Alexis Pauline Gumbs photo

3) Veronica Arreola, Professional feminist, mom, writer, speaker, PhD student, and blogger – http://www.vivalafeminista.com and http://twitter.com/veronicaeye.

Veronica Arreola photo

4) Liz Henry, BlogHer web developer, geek feminist/sci-fi blogger, speaker, poet, and literary translator – http://twitter.com/lizhenry, http://bookmaniac.org, http://geekfeminism.org, and http://feministsf.org.

Yerba Buena

5) Mimi Schippers, Tulane University professor, blogger, and author of Rockin’ Out of the Box: Gender Maneuvering in Alternative Hard Rock – http://tulane.edu/liberal-arts/sociology/schipper-profile.cfm and http://www.marxindrag.com.

Mimi Schippers photo

6) Treva Lindsey, University of Missouri-Columbia professor and blogger, – http://twitter.com/divafeminist and http://www.thedivafeminist.blogspot.com.

Treva Lindsey photo

7) Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Feminist blogger – www.blackfeministmind.wordpress.com, www.blackfeminismlives.tumblr.com, and www.twitter.com/alexispauline.

Alexis Gumbs

and,

8) Brandann Ouyang Dan, Native American blogger, invisibly disabled, U.S. Navy Veteran, social justice activist, and contributing writer for FWD, Feminist with Disabilities – http://disabledfeminists.com.

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This post was written by liz henry.

Liz Henry is massively multiblogular, and can be found most often writing at Composite on tech and activist stuff; FeministSF on science fiction and books; and Badgermama on geeky parenting. She’s an all around geek, open source enthusiast, coder, writer, and poet, works as a web producer for BlogHer, and is on the advisory board for GimpGirl.


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6 Responses leave one →
  1. Anna permalink
    December 16, 2010

    Oh my gosh, this is so many of my favourite people in one digital spot! :D

    • Liz permalink
      December 16, 2010

      Me too, though I can think of so many more! Ananda’s other episode of Digital Sisterhood also look great. The mind blowing thing about the lineup tonight, for me, is realizing that I’m part of a pattern or a movement bigger than I have been able to describe coherently even to myself. Women making strong connections with other women, geeks, poets, activists, strong fighters for social justice. And I feel like we do it on a particular *scale*. That we don’t need to be heading a multi million dollar social justice NGO to be significant on the radar. Yet even with out that grand scale, if you know what I mean, we’re visible…

  2. Dorothea Salo permalink
    December 17, 2010

    I am speechless. What a phenomenal group of people!

  3. Restructure! permalink
    December 17, 2010

    Amazing panelists!

    Unfortunately, I missed this, and the link goes to a 404. Is there a transcript available?

    • Liz permalink
      December 17, 2010

      This link works for me: Feminism Online (mp3) I would like to make a transcript, but can’t do it today, I’m at work -

  4. Liz permalink
    December 17, 2010

    And the main link to all the episodes of the show is here: Digital Sisterhood radio.

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