Jenn Steinfeld, the Executive Director of the Women’s Fund of Rhode Island, discusses the future of feminism.
Sarah Bernstein is Board Chair of Girls Rock! Rhode Island and Director of Operations at The Learning Community.
by Jodi Glass. Jodi: Who are you? Sally: I am Sally Gabb, a lesbian woman, married to my partner of 25 years; a literacy professional, a social and political radical, hoping and working for political and social change. I am a reading specialist at Bristol Community College. J: When did you first identify as a […]
by Adam Brooks Christina Rondeau, local LGBT fitness instructor, mother of two, and owner of fitness club RKBLive, was named the 2015 Savvy Sister of the Year on the feminist blog MySavvySisters.com. After being bullied throughout high school, Rondeau chose to start a business that would empower women to take a stand against bullying, abuse, […]
We need to reclaim the culture of feminism, creating a new wave for the twenty-first century; one that will inspire women and men to proudly commit to its true meaning. Jodi: Who are you? Jennifer: I am Jennifer Minuto, an activist, musician, songwriter, and a practicing attorney in the State of Rhode Island. I am […]
Jodi Glass asks Sally Ann Hay Jodi: When did you first identify as a feminist? Sally: Let’s see, I graduated from college in ’72 so it had to be about 1970, long before I came out to myself as a lesbian. I have an older sister who I loved and adored – still do! – […]