Women take over the Beacon Podcast to discuss week one of The Resistance

Women take over the Beacon Podcast to discuss week one of The Resistance

Amy Halsted and Taryn Hallweaver take over the podcast this week to talk about the women’s march, movement-building, intersectionality, and the fight ahead. They’re joined by June Sapiel of the Penobscot Nation, Shay Stewart-Bouley of Black Girl in Maine, Kendall Mackey from 350.org and Speaker of the Maine House of Representatives Sara Gideon.

If you’d like to feel better after the week we’ve just had, listening to these smart activists planning for the future will help.

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Photo via Andi Parkinson.

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