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Why Police Allowed White People To Stage A Coup...

Will Be Wild is a new 8-part series about the forces that led to the January 6th insurrection and what comes next. Through in-depth stories from a wide range of characters – from people who tried to stop the attack to those who took part – hosts Andrea Bernstein and Ilya Marritz explore the ongoing effort to bring autocracy to America, the lasting damage that effort is doing to our democracy, and the fate of our attempts to combat those anti-democratic forces. Because January 6th was

EP 73: Shannon & Claire on magic, gender, ancestors, and more!

Raechel is joined by two of her fave queer Boston witches, Shannon and Claire! Shannon and Claire share their experiences being teenage witches, their thoughts on queerness and witchcraft, the role of our ancestors and chosen family in relation to with life, cultural appropriation, and much more! (Subscribe to our newsletter for more behind the scenes and recommended reading!) Before the interview: Raechel and Melody check-in and take a moment to express solidarity with #StephanieMcKellop. TIMEL

Intersectional Feminism 101

Intersectional feminism is a term that’s been used in the social justice and gender studies sphere for quite some time, but the concept and buzzword is now hitting news stories and social media regularly, especially since the Women’s March on Washington in January. What does it mean and what makes it different than your run-of-the-mill feminism?

- Shannon Weber, lecturer in Women’s and Gender Studies at Wellesley College specializing on LGBTQ cultural politics, social movements and histories.

What Is Feminism?

As Women’s History Month comes into full swing this month starting Wednesday, the understanding of what feminism is may seem confusing for some. Defined by Merriam-Webster as the theory of equality between the sexes, feminism is rooted in centuries of history throughout the U.S. and the rest of the world.

The modern feminist undertaking started during the Age of Enlightenment and eventually led to the women’s movement in the U.S. at the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848. Centered on women fightin

Hi Femme! Shannon Weber

Welcome back to Hi Femme!, dapperQ’s sibling visibility project celebrating the incredible contributions that stylish femmes make to the queer fashion landscape. For this edition, we’re featuring Shannon Weber. Shannon teaches women’s and gender studies at Wellesley College, with a focus on LGBTQ studies. She writes on a range of topics related to queer and trans politics, activism, and history, and she’s particularly excited about the work she’s doing on femme (in)visibility and femmes fighting