Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl on Rad American Women

Politically Re-Active with W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu #38 May 18, 2017

Listeners, you and your kids need a new alphabet – specifically, one that starts with “A is for Angela Davis”. In this episode of Politically Re-Active, we talk with writer Kate Schatz and artist Miriam Klein Stahl about their illustrated children’s books, _Rad American Women A-Z_ and _Rad Women Worldwide_. We also dive into ways that you – yes you! – can join the resistance in your local community through Solidarity Sundays, a network of feminist activist groups that meet each month to engage elected officials and build intersectional communities for justice. It’s art, action, and the alphabet, all in this episode of #politicallyreactive.

 

Find a local meeting of Solidarity Sundays at https://www.solidaritysundays.org/! And learn more about Kate and Miriam’s work, including the “Rad Women” series, at http://www.kateschatz.com/ and http://www.miriamkleinstahl.com/. Or if you prefer Twitter: @kateschatz and @miriamkstahl.

 

Kamau and Hari want to meet you! Catch Kamau on his The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell book tour or Hari on his standup tour – more info at http://www.wkamaubell.com/ and http://www.harikondabolu.com/. And find Kamau in your living room every Sunday at 10pm EST – it’s United Shades of America on CNN!

Got a comment or suggestion? Email us at politicallyreactive@firstlook.org or follow us on Twitter at @politicreactive. Thanks!

 

 

 

This episode is brought to you by Church & State, Zebit (www.zebit.com/PR), Texture (www.texture.com/REACTIVE), and The Skimm (www.theskimm.com/REACTIVE).

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