Jess McIntosh headed up influencer outreach for the Hillary Clinton campaign. Now, she's leading an initiative to amplify women's rights' activism. Starting with the Women's March, she and her co-founder Zerlina Maxwell are boosting the growth for the many movements being catalyzed around the march. It's called "Signal Boost." Listen here, on iTunes, or NPR One.
Tiffany Shlain is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker, she's founder of the Webby Awards and Newsweek called her one of "the women shaping the 21st century." Her latest film is called "50/50" because it shares the story of what the world can look with true equality. The film is part of Refinery 29's Shatterbox Anthology film series which explores the dynamics of women and power. Listen to our conversation on iTunes or NPR One.
Dr. Alison Dahl Crossley is the Associate Director of The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University. She shares what she discovered on three college campuses about how young women think about feminism. Her new book Finding Feminism: Millennial Activists and the Unfinished Gender Revolution will be out this spring Listen to our conversation on iTunes or NPR One.