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11 December 2017

Podcast: Sisterhood with Laurie and Eleanor Penny

A brand new podcast about feminism, politics and philosophy.

By New Statesman

On the first episode of their new NS podcast, Laurie and Eleanor Penny debate the personal and political meanings of that overused word in feminist discourse, sisterhood. Plus, they reveal why Chicken Run is the most important radical feminist film to come out this century.

Listen using the player below, subscribe in iTunes here, on Android here or using this RSS feed: rss.acast.com/thesisterhood.

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The theme music is “It feels good to be alive too” by Loyalty Freak Music, licensed under Creative Commons.

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