Women's Spaces: Historical Overview of the Women's Struggle for Their Rights in the USA

Dr. Harriet joins Elaine B. Holtz on the podcast to discuss the significance of National Women's History Month, delving into historical struggles of women from colonial times to the present day. Highlighting key moments such as the fight for voting rights and autonomy over their bodies, Dr. Fraad emphasizes the ongoing challenges faced by women in a patriarchal society. Drawing parallels between institutional trauma and contemporary issues like war profiteering and marital dynamics, the conversation underscores the need for continued activism and awareness. Through insightful anecdotes and historical context, the podcast sheds light on the multifaceted nature of women's struggles and achievements throughout history.

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Capitalism Hits Home: How Do We Change For A More Hopeful Egalitarian America?

We need to add to the powerful emerging union movement and unite it with all of our progressive movements whether Climate Justice, Black Lives Matter, the Feminist Movement, or the Sexual Rights Movement. We need one big multifaceted union and a political party that expresses that unity. In solidarity. Read more

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Capitalism Hits Home: World Transformations Have Hit Our Homes Hard

The time for colonialism and settler colonialism is over! Whether it's in South Africa, America, Europe or Israel. The world is transforming. With the rise of China and the other BRICS nations, the United States have less power. The remaining US wealth is racing towards the billionaire class leaving the rest of us behind. What can we do about it? Read more

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How to Raise Children in a Dystopia? (with Dr. Harriet Fraad)

Dr. Harriet Fraad joins Espectros Maniacos to discuss "How to Raise Children in a Dystopia?" Watch here

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Capitalism Hits Home: Positive Changes: Connections & Community Development

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Despite the sometimes depressing and unnerving problematic state of affairs we are seeing a growing number of people finding new connections and support systems amongst themselves, binding together and forming supporting systems to help them through these challenging times. Read More

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