Posts Tagged "Gender"

Women to Watch: Shanthi Sekaran

Women to Watch: Shanthi Sekaran

Welcome to KQED Arts’ Women to Watch, a series celebrating 20 local women artists, creatives and makers who are pushing boundaries in 2017. Driven by passion for their own disciplines, from photography to comedy and every other medium in between, these women are true vanguards paving the way in their respective communities. Born and raised in Sacramento to parents who immigrated from India as...

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Amour of Light: Documentary

Amour of Light:  Documentary

A new documentary opening this week focuses on two individuals who form an unlikely alliance to address gun violence in the United States. “The Armor of Light,” by Abigail Disney, follows the evangelical minister Rev. Rob Schenck, an evangelical known for his anti-choice activism, and Lucia McBath, the mother of Jordan Davis, the African-American teenager who was shot to death by a...

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Lack of Real Men

Lack of Real Men

Alleged rape at U-Va. reveals a lack of real men By Richard Cohen Opinion writer Where are the men? I am talking about men who live by a certain code, who know that rape is repugnant, that gang rape is vile and that so-called men who do these things are criminals. I am talking at the moment of the frat boys at the University of Virginia who are accused of raping a young woman. But I am also...

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Silencing Women

Silencing Women

Harper’s published a great cover story by Rebecca Solnit. CHECK it out.

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Sexual Abuse is NEWS

Sexual Abuse is NEWS

Media Watch is concerned that the current “he said, she said” discussion going on between a parental figure and a daughter is seen as unworthy of news coverage. We believe that it will take men and women working together to bring about an end to rape and child sexual abuse. Sexual violence is a choice, mostly men make. We need more courageous survivors speaking out. . . not less....

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