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en(gender)ed features stories that explore the systems, practices, and policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and the solutions to end it. We teach feminism and decolonize hearts and minds, one story at a time.

en(gender)ed features stories that explore the systems, practices, and policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and the solutions to end it. We teach feminism and decolonize hearts and minds, one story at a time.

Location:

United States

Description:

en(gender)ed features stories that explore the systems, practices, and policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and the solutions to end it. We teach feminism and decolonize hearts and minds, one story at a time.

Language:

English

Contact:

7183069681


Episodes

Episode 149: Wendy Murphy on achieving gender equality under the law

5/20/2021
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Wendy Murphy, a former child abuse and sex crimes prosecutor who teaches at New England Law School in Boston and heads the Women’s and Children’s Advocacy Project under the Center for Law and Social Responsibility. Wendy specializes in the representation of crime victims, especially women and children. She also writes and lectures widely on victims' rights and criminal justice policy, and published an expose of the American legal...

Duration:01:12:02

Episode 148: Christine Cocchiola on the impact of coercive control and parenting child victims

5/13/2021
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Christine Cocchiola, a licensed Clinical Social Worker and a tenured professor at a Connecticut community college, teaching in the Pre-Social Work Program for over 18 years. Christine began her career in social work as Certified Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Counselor for Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury at the age of 19 where she remains a volunteer today. She is currently a doctorate candidate in Clinical Social Work at NYU...

Duration:00:45:21

Episode 147: Elle Kamihira on her documentary "Jennifer 42" and "Jennifer's Law"

5/6/2021
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Elle Kamihira, a multi-disciplinary director whose work has focused on using storytelling as a tool to spark conversation about women’s lives and gender inequality. We speak with Elle today about one of her current projects, Jennifer 42, an animated documentary that takes a close look at the role of coercive control in the true story of the murder of Jennifer Magnano and Elle’s advocacy work supporting “Jennifer’s Law,” a related...

Duration:00:38:05

Episode 146: Rachel Landis of Generation Ratify on the Equal Rights Amendment

4/29/2021
On this episode of en(gender)ed, our guest is Rachel Landis, a National Policy Director at Generation Ratify, the young people’s feminist movement. The organization is a youth-led movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and advance gender equality in the United States of America. We speak with Rachel today about her work, the Equal Rights Amendment, and how we can and must build a coalition of young people across the country to lead an intersectional feminist revolution. During our...

Duration:00:42:27

Episode 145: en(gender)ed Reflections on "Mirrors and Windows" Part 2

4/22/2021
In this "Reflections" episode Part 2, Teri and Michael reflect back on episodes in the "Mirrors and Windows" theme: Episode 141: Sonya Renee Taylor on “The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love,” Episode 142: #SurvivorStories Series with Karen Gosbee on her memoir, “A Perfect Nightmare: My Glittering Marriage and How It Almost Cost Me My Life,” and Episode 144: Hillary Levey Friedman on her book, “Here She Is: The Complicated Reign of The Beauty Pageant in America.” During...

Duration:00:32:25

Episode 144: Hilary Levey Friedman on her book, "Here She Is: The Complicated Reign of The Beauty Pageant in America"

4/15/2021
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Hilary Levey Friedman, a Brown University Sociology professor, a leading researcher on pageantry, and President of the Rhode Island Chapter of the National Organization for Women. We speak with Hilary today about her book, Here She Is: The Complicated Reign of The Beauty Pageant in America which is inspired by her childhood growing up the daughter of Miss America 1970, her interests in examining the culture of beauty, and her role as...

Duration:00:41:02

Episode 143: en(gender)ed Reflections on "Mirrors and Windows" Part 1

4/8/2021
In this "Reflections" episode Part 1, Teri and Michael reflect back on episodes in the "Mirrors and Windows" theme: Episode 138: Caitlin Garvey on navigating grief through “The Mourning Report,” Episode 139: Kenya Hunt on her book, “Girl Gurl Grrrl: On Womanhood and Belonging in the Age of Black Girl Magic,” and Episode 140: Shu Matsuo Post on his memoir, “I Took Her Name: Lessons From My Journey Into Vulnerability, Authenticity, and Feminism.” During our conversation, Michael and I...

Duration:00:43:09

Episode 142: #SurvivorStories Series with Karen Gosbee on her memoir, "A Perfect Nightmare: My Glittering Marriage and How It Almost Cost Me My Life"

4/1/2021
On this #SurvivorStories series episode, our guest is Karen Gosbee, domestic abuse, coercive control survivor, advocate for policy and system reform, and author of her memoir, A Perfect Nightmare: My Glittering Marriage and How It Almost Cost Me My Life. The book chronicles Karen’s journey to consciousness about her abuse, the roles her family and friends played in her life, and the ways in which society and culture shaped her views and definitions of herself, her worth, and relationships. ...

Duration:00:56:09

Episode 141: Sonya Renee Taylor on "The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love"

3/25/2021
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Sonya Renee Taylor, activist, poet, and author of the NYT bestselling book, The Body is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love. We speak with Sonya today about her book, her philosophy of radical self-love, and she shares specific tools, actions, and resources for confronting some of our most challenging systems of oppression. During our conversation, Sonya and I referenced the following resources: Your Body Is Not an...

Duration:00:35:16

Episode 140: Shu Matsuo Post on his memoir, "I Took Her Name: Lessons From My Journey Into Vulnerability, Authenticity, and Feminism"

3/18/2021
On this episode of en(gender)ed our guest is Shu Matsuo Post, feminist advocate and author of his memoir, “I Took Her Name: Lessons From My Journey Into Vulnerability, Authenticity, and Feminism,” which chronicles his journey as a Japanese man who took white American wife’s surname when they got married. Our conversation explores how this experience informed Shu’s journey to becomes a feminist, the perspective his dual identity played in both revealing and shaping his views on gender and...

Duration:00:46:18

Episode 139: Kenya Hunt on her book, "Girl Gurl Grrrl: On Womanhood and Belonging in the Age of Black Girl Magic"

3/11/2021
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Kenya Hunt, award-winning writer, and author of her new book, an essay collection, entitled Girl, Gurl, Grrrl: On Womanhood and Belonging in the Age of Black Girl Magic. Our conversation explores the lives of Black women and cultural differences within the Black community, the trials and tribulations of being a mother, especially a mother to Black children, and the meaning of #BlackGirlMagic and what it really stands for. In short, we...

Duration:00:27:33

Episode 138: Caitlin Garvey on navigating grief through "The Mourning Report"

3/4/2021
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Caitlin Garvey, author of The Mourning Report, a memoir of her “grief journey” interviewing six people involved in her mother’s dying process. Following her mother’s death from breast cancer at the age twenty, Caitlin suffered major depression and anxiety. Through these conversations, Caitlin learns about memory, reflections, and the ways in which our experiences are interpreted and filtered through others' eyes. We also explore the...

Duration:00:43:29

Episode 137: Welcome Back Trailer to 2021

3/4/2021
We are back from our hiatus and hope your year is off to a good start. During our break, we’ve been thinking, resting, recuperating, and taking a much needed time off from the non-stop chaos of the past four and a half years. To kick off our podcast in 2021, we are excited to bring you a series of episodes focused on the theme “mirrors and windows.” Throughout the year, we will be exploring timely topics around the intersection of sex, gender, race, and its cultural, social, and political...

Duration:00:01:34

Episode 136: en(gender)ed Reflections on Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversations

12/31/2020
In this "Reflections" episode Part 2, Teri and Michael reflect back on episodes on our series of community conversations for Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Episode 130: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Systems Change, Episode 131: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Police Violence, Episode 132: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Communities of Color, Episode 133: Domestic Violence Awareness...

Duration:00:53:54

Episode 135: en(gender)ed end of year 2020 Trailer

12/24/2020
Greetings listeners….As 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to thank you for your ongoing support for our podcast, en(gender)ed. Producing, recording, and sharing our interviews and survivor stories with you has been an important part of my personal journey and growth. Your emails and messages have offered thoughtful inspiration for guests, themes, and ways to expand our conversation beyond this medium. Earlier this year, we launched the platform for the Engendered Collective, a community for...

Duration:00:01:39

Episode 134: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and the Church

12/17/2020
This year, in recognition of DVAM, the Engendered Collective hosted a series of community conversations to bring greater awareness to domestic abuse and gender-based violence. Today’s conversation deals with the intersection of domestic abuse and the Church. Our guests included Debra Wingfield and Julie Owens. Debra Wingfield, Ed.D. is an Author, Speaker, and Trainer with 46 years of combined experience working with abuse across the lifespan. She counseled children and adults who...

Duration:00:56:55

Episode 133: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Child Abuse

12/10/2020
**A word of caution--these conversations contains frank discussions of child sexual abuse and the effects of abuse.** This year, in recognition of DVAM, the Engendered Collective hosted a series of community conversations to bring greater awareness to domestic abuse and gender-based violence. Today’s conversation deals with the intersection of domestic violence and systemic sexism and child abuse. Our guests included Anita, "Annabelle," "Courtney," and Roz. Anita Gera is a protective mom...

Duration:00:57:12

Episode 132: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Domestic Abuse and Communities of Color

12/3/2020
This year, in recognition of DVAM, the Engendered Collective hosted a series of community conversations to bring greater awareness to domestic abuse and gender-based violence. Today’s conversation deals with the intersection of domestic violence and systemic sexism and racism in communities of color. Our guests included Liz Stewart-Williams, Roman James, and Shia Joyner, all domestic abuse survivors. Elizabeth Stewart-Williams is a protective mom and the founder of Liz Evonne Dispute...

Duration:01:00:24

Episode 131: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Police Violence

11/26/2020
This year, in recognition of DVAM or Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Engendered Collective hosted a series of community conversations to bring greater awareness to domestic abuse and gender-based violence. This conversation deals with the intersection of abuse and police violence. Our guests included Effy Zarabi, Heather McWilliam, and Nanette Chezum. Effy Zarabi is a Toronto police officer and has worked for nearly 12 years at the 51st Division. She filed a human rights complaint in...

Duration:01:15:00

Episode 130: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Community Conversation on Systems Change

11/19/2020
This year, in recognition of DVAM or Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Engendered Collective hosted a series of community conversations to bring greater awareness to domestic abuse and gender-based violence. This first conversation deals with how we can create systems change and build a culture of accountability. Our guests included Elle Kamihira and Dr. Emma Katz. Elle Kamihira is survivor, activist, and a multi-disciplinary director who has spent the last twenty years collaborating...

Duration:00:45:31