Let’s talk about sexuality and Christianity

August 9, 2022

Let’s talk about sexuality and Christianity

Pop quiz, friends: In what year did the word “homosexuality” first appear in the Bible? Later than you probably think. In this week’s episode with heterosexual, Christian, LGBTQ+ advocate Kathy Baldock, we’re diving into: The answer to that question How it relates to women Why it still matters that the best and brightest scientists used […]

July 27, 2022

Let’s talk about intersectional feminism

In 1976, Emma DeGraffenreid sued General Motors for not hiring her—or any other Black women. The judge outright rejected Emma’s claim. His reasoning? GM hired people who were Black, and GM hired people who were women. Case closed. What GM did not do, however, was hire anyone who was both. This was not the first […]

March 5, 2022

Roe is dying. The fight for reproductive justice cannot.

In this week’s episode, Sabrina talks with legal powerhouses Julie Kay and Kathryn “Kitty” Kolbert. Julie’s legal work is widely credited as playing a critical role in Ireland’s legalization of abortion. Kitty has argued two abortion cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, including Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the landmark case that saved Roe v. Wade […]

July 14, 2021

The Power of Storytelling

“I felt so emotionally connected to the stories in the film so I wanted to give kudos to the producers for their delivery of this heroic story. This will continue to touch lives across the world! Keep lifting voices! We are listening!” – Attendee On July 13, Evoke Media joined Together Films to host a […]

March 10, 2021

Four impacts of investing in girls’ education

Debborah Odenyi and Rebecca Crook grew up across the world from each other. Rebecca in California, Debborah in rural Kenya. Yet they joined us on Breaking Glass to speak about each of their journeys to Nairobi, where they found their respective paths to working in education. Rebecca is the co-founder of Metis Collective, an organization […]

February 17, 2021

Five keys to success for female leaders

Suzi Weiss -Fischmann’s parents were Holocaust survivors and her country of birth was overrun by the oppressive communist party of the 1960s. There was nothing easy about her origin story. Suzi fled Hungary as a child and capitalized on the American Dream to become co-founder of one of the largest beauty corporations in the world, […]

January 20, 2021

Four steps for women considering public office

We are living in a truly historic moment in history. Rising out of an election fraught with scandal and misinformation, comes a monumental achievement for the United States. On January 20, 2021 America swore in its first female Vice President, Kamala Harris. As Erin Loos Cutraro, Founder and CEO of She Should Run noted, “This […]