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THIS WEEK on Feminist Magazine, with host Lynn Harris Ballen :
FIRST … How much does the food industry fund and corrupt scientific research for profit? Cherise Charleswell talks to America’s leading nutritionist, Dr. Marion Nestle,? about?her new book “Unsavory Truth: How Food Companies Skew the Science On What We Eat”.? A?molecular biologist with over 40 years of experience in the field, we hear from Dr. Nestle about what we can do to make better decisions about food, to safeguard our health.
THEN … As the Los Angeles teacher strike continues – standing up for more counselors, nurses and librarians, smaller class sizes and charter school regulation – an agreement seems close but the strikers are still standing strong. We talk to Cheryl Zarate, a 7th Grade Teacher at Thomas Starr King Middle School in Silverlake about the issues, her strike experience and why this matters to her as both an educator and parent of a LAUSD student.
AND … Why do we think there’s a problem with Femininity? “The Feminine Revolution“, a new book by Catherine Connors and Amy Stanton, flips the narrative and confronts 21 “traditional” feminine traits that are perceived as weak –? reframing them as tools. It’s not about empowerment, it’s about actually tapping into our power to observe, be intuitive or agreeable, listen, flirt or mother while understanding how these?can be inherent traits for leading and relating from a place of strength. Karina Elias talks to co-author Catherine Connors.

ALL THIS on Feminist Magazine on KPFK at 2.??
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