“GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS: GIRLHOOD IN AMERICA,” a provocative panel discussion about growing up female. The panel will be moderated by ANN SNITOW, Chair of the Gender Studies Program at The New School in New York City.
KATHLEEN HANNA is a musician, photographer, writer, and feminist activist. Her writing has recently appeared in Robin Morgan’s anthology, Sisterhood is Forever.
CLEOPATRA LAMOTHE is the Youth Development Coordinator at Bushwick Community High School (BCHS), avidly working towards creating an inclusive and safe space for the LGBTQ students of color who attend BCHS.
COURTNEY E. MARTIN is a writer, lecturer, and educator. She has spoken about feminism, body image, and youth and political culture at schools across the nation.
KATHLEEN SWEENEY writes about pop culture, gender, and iconography. Her engaging, multi-media lectures turn a humorous lens on pop icons, trends, and media-making.
MCKENZIE WARK is the author of A Hacker Manifesto and Gamer Theory and is an Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at Eugene Lang College and of Sociology at the New School for Social Research.
Panel discussion filmed and edited: Maggie Owsley.