Episode 101: The OGs of the MeToo Movement
Description of rape: 26:20 - 1:19:00
What if I Am a Woman?’: Black Women’s Campaigns for Sexual Justice and Citizenship” by Crystal FeimsterIt Was Like All of Us Had Been Raped by Danielle L McGuireAt the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape and Resistance by Danielle L McGuire
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The first installment of Inner Hoe Uprising’s Black History Month Series. Akua, Rodecka & Sam are together in to discuss:Bae(s) of The Week: Shirley Chisholm, Claudette Colvin, Pauli MurrayHoe(s) of the Week: Samantha G, Destiny R, Alli B, Bryan, Louanne A, Akeem, Maroussia J, G, Tawanna S & Jessica MSelf Care Tips: Archive your ancestorsFuck That (Current Events): ‘Drag Race’ Star, Peppermint To Make History As A Trans Leading Lady On BroadwayFuck It (Topic of the Day): The OGs of the #MeToo Movement: A conversation on black women’s anti rape activism in America (and the americas), Maria W. Stewart, Sexual assault during American Slavery, Abolitionist movement, Mary Prince, slave narratives, Harriet Jacobs, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Rape Laws, The Civil War, Lincolns Liber Code, the Jezebel stereotype, the Black women are unrapeable myth, Crystal Fiester, Danielle McGuire, Tarana Burke, Reconstruction, lynchings, the KKK, Black Male Brute sterotype, Ida B Wells, Racial Terror on economically thriving black communities, Memphis Massacre of 1866, Black women’s clubs, suffrage, Frances Thompson, Harriet Simrl, Rosa Parks extensive anti rape activism, Recy Taylor, Gertrude Perkins, sexual assault at the hands of the police, Betty J Owens, Black student activism, Mary Ruth Reed, slut shaming, the defense of white purity, Fannie Lou Hamer, Daniel Holtzclaw, Domestic Violence, the Rape Crisis movement of the 1970s & a discussion on historical education in public school.
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