FWF2020 Feisty But Friendly: Akane Kanai, Tarneen Onus-Williams, Beverley Wang

There’s lots of work that needs to be done offline to build our communities and look after each other. —Tarneen Onus Williams

Feminism is a broad church, encompassing the lived experience, world-views and opinions of women and non-binary people all over the globe. But in a world of pile on and cancel culture, how do we discuss, argue, and test our opinions? How do we meaningfully and critically engage with people whose opinions might differ from our own. Three formidable thinkers and activists ask: what does an argument with a resolution of care look like?

We need to let go of this idea of purity or perfection… this is quite a destructive force. —Akane Kanai

For a transcript of this podcast, go to the transcript page.

Presented with the support of the Besen Family Foundation.

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