In this episode, Nora talks about what organizing could look like, especially as the need to confront the far right becomes more and more obvious.
Anticapitalist, Antiracist and Decolonial Feminism
In this episode, Nora talks about what feminism needs to be if it truly wants to end sexist patriarchy: anticapitalist, antiracist and decolonial.
Feminists and power
In this episode, Nora talks about feminism and state power: what happens when self-described feminists get into power, and what role do feminists in the streets play in changing policy?
In this episode, Nora talks about leadership: what it means for movements, what it does to individuals and what feminists can learn from the far-right leader machine.
Ad Hoc Feminism
In this episode, Nora talks about ad hoc organizing: from calling a rally to a focus solely on mobilizing, ah hoc feminism can be difficult, if not impossible to turn into a more organized and permenant movement. What does that mean for the demands that ad hoc feminism puts forward?
In this episode, Nora explores knowledge: how mainstream knowledge warps understandings of what's possible, and how knowledge production and dissemination is key to the work of any social movement organization.
In this episode, Nora talks about debates: why they're important, how they change us and how they ready us to bring ideas to a mass audience. She also talks about avoiding toxic social media debates and what happens when debates don't happen and people can self-declare that fascist ideology related to the gender binary is feminism.