Come join us as five poets and writers wrestle with what it means to be a dangerous woman in our society, a woman with “legs, arms, stomach spilled over and up and out,” giving birth to a swarm of bees, a Lolita with a voice and purpose of her own making, a person who is […]
Since April of 2017, three of the current literary lights of Madison’s African-American community have travelled around Dane County to talk about three literary giants from days gone by. Former Madison poet laureate Fabu, Inspiring Destiny founder and novelist Sherry Lucille and playwright Catrina Sparkman have been hitting the road with “Hidden Voices: African American […]
*We’ll be in Room 302 at the library* At this event, we’ll be tackling the lack of information on Wikipedia about women in technology. Attendees will view a tutorial on how to contribute to Wikipedia, and we’ll have several experienced editors on-hand to answer questions and help with trouble-shooting. No experience is required! There are […]
Our Her Turn News reporters Amber Walker and Sandee Janagold sit down with Sagashus Levingston to talk about her speech from the Women’s March on Madison. Sagushus is the owner and Founder of the company Infamous Mothers. Recently, Sagashus spoke at the Women’s March on Madison. She has also been recognized by BRAVA Magazine as […]
Madison Women Exercise Their Voices….and our own HTN reporters Amber Walker, Sam Burbol, & Sande Janagold caught just a few! Russia Introduces Domestic “Slapping” Law A New Survey Finds That Alaskan Women Are Being Stalked Frequently and A Free Speech Radio Interview About Healthcare
Who runs the world? Girls! On Thursday, April 14, substitute Diaspora host Elizabeth, Queen of Exiles will bring you three hours of music by female artists from around the world. Elizabeth is filling in for Terry O’ on April 7th, 14th, and 21st.