The 2016 US Presidential Election: 7th Edition Podcast

WLRN’s 7th podcast is a special extended edition covering the historic 2016 Presidential election, particularly the Democratic, Republican, and Green Party candidates. Not only that, WLRN’s Nile Pierce, Sekhmet She-Owl and Elizabeth McKeown articulate important information, herstoric commentary, calls to action and stellar analysis for this elections year.

Edition 7 focuses on what elections mean in the context of the American Empire – a capitalist, white supremacist, male supremacist state – and how we can make real change. Peace activist Cindy Sheehan particularly speaks to this in one of our featured interviews.

We also hear from presidential nominee Dr. Jill Stein, and feminist organizer and founding member of the Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF), Samantha Berg.

Our musical selections include songs by Bikini Kill and our very own Thistle Pettersen. In addition, we include clips from this intriguing collection of songs.

Tune-in as we ponder the question on many-a-gal’s mind this year:
“Can a woman be a war-hawk and a feminist too?”

Speak back! Vote WLRN this elections season! We wanna hear your real voice.

We depend on your comments, likes and shares to get the good word of radical feminism into the ears of women who need to hear it. Vote WLRN! Please share widely!

Our Lady Liberty, Elections 2016

Our Lady Liberty, Elections 2016

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