Ep. 28 Looking Forward on the Final Episode of Season 1 with Mini Timmaraju, president of NARAL, and Dahlia Lithwick, activist author
Lady Liberty is V.E.R.Y.* Pissed Podcast awakens women in America to the significance of the loss of their reproductive rights and voting rights, and to the lack of women’s equal rights in the U.S. Constitution. When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, our worst fears about our loss of liberty were confirmed. Our purpose is to educate listeners about how our reproductive rights, voting rights, and equal civil rights are linked, and how to rise up and fight strategically to re-claim women’s equality. Join our army and fight with us to protect these inalienable rights in this crucial midterm election year — and save our democracy!
*Voting rights, Equal rights, Reproductive rights, Yes!
Our theme song: “Rise” by BETTY
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He has created award-winning branding for Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), the Dallas Press Club’s Hugh Aynesworth Awards, the Cinderella CEO On Air podcast and Cinderella to CEO Awards. As an adjunct professor at New York University, he taught advertising and marketing.
Cary is one of the top global advocates for women in diversity and business. Her book, From Cinderella to CEO, is published in 10 languages, and her podcast CinderellaCEO On Air can be found on iTunes and Spotify.
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