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Round Table Rebellion, E5: The First 7 Days of Resistance

Podcasts / January 24, 2017

In episode 5, “The First 7 Days of Resistance,” LYR founder and RTR host Angela Page invited Jesi Cason, Lee Bretschneider, and Kalev Quinn to discuss the worst and most hopeful aspects of the first week of the 45th U.S. presidential administration. The panel also gives their best advice on how to continue the resistance.

If you’re like this episode’s panel, you probably didn’t think there would be much hope during the first week of Trump’s presidency. Of course, the first week was a chaotic mess sponsored by Breitbart, and the RTR panel made no mistake pointing out what they hated the most about the first 7 days. However, they also talked about the acts of resistance that made them all feel hopeful about the mounting resistance against the current administration. Each panelist also advocates for what they think will contribute to the resistance that is no doubt going to last a long, long time.

Round Table Rebellion is LYR’s monthly podcast where the members and their guests discuss intersectional feminism. Listen to the previous RTR episodes! Get to know a little more about 4th wave feminism in episode 1, This is What a Feminist Acts Like. And in episode 2, Schrodinger’s Racist, the panel discusses what it’s like to be a feminist in the American South. Check back each month for more episode of LYR’s Round Table Rebellion!

Angela
Editor in Chief at Love Your Rebellion
Angela Page founded Love Your Rebellion in March of 2011 after graduating with her MFA from Goddard College. She is the front woman for the Young Dead, a local, original SWFL punk band. Angela has a way with cats and electric guitars.

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