Tag Archives: Interviews

The Feministing Five: Zerlina Maxwell

TweetIf you haven’t noticed, we’ve had quite a few new additions to the Feministing crew over the past year. Zerlina Maxwell, who also writes for Ebony, The Grio and Loop 21, is one of these new contributors. When she’s not writing her amazing commentary on the presidential debates and much more for this site, she [...]
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Coming next week for The Feministing Five…

Tweet Apologies we won’t have a Feministing Five for this week (you know how the holiday season can be!) but Anna will be back next week with a special interview series featuring who has been called, “the mother of authentic midwifery” — none other than the amazing Ina May Gaskin. Have a great weekend, folks! [...]
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The Feministing Five: Layel Camargo

TweetLayel Camargo’s involvement with activism and social justice work began when ze was in high school. From a very early age, Layel recognized the differences between the community ze grew up in, which was predominantly low-income people of color neighborhoods, and the white, wealthier neighborhoods around heir. Layel saw a lot of people close to [...]
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Anita Hill on sexual harassment, Ginny Thomas, Slutwalks, and more

TweetLast week, I interviewed Anita Hill for our Feministing Five series to commemorate the 20th anniversary of her famous testimony before the U.S. Senate. The interview was filled with so much goodness that I had to write a follow-up post with more of her insights, which you’ll find below. And don’t forget, if you’re in [...]
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A farewell – and a new beginning – for the Feministing Five

TweetI have an announcement to make: last week’s interview with Vera Farmiga was the last Feministing Five interview I’ll be conducting. As of tomorrow, Anna will be taking over the Feministing Five. It has been such a pleasure to run the Feministing interview series for the last two years, and it’s with great excitement that [...]
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