Women, Power, and Feminism

Thursday’s Gender, Sexism, and the Media: Kendra Urdang’s Slam Poetry on Men Who Don’t Call themselves Feminists

In this YouTube video, Kendra Urdang addresses the men that don’t call themselves feminists; the men that don’t speak up for women when they are degraded, raped, or sexually harassed. The treatment or mistreatment of women is not a female problem only — it should be everyone’s problem — men and women alike. Very powerful performance.

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About Marina DelVecchio

Marina is a writer who focuses her work on the need for female empowerment. She writes articles, books, and blogs centered on female experiences related to motherhood, female agency, feminism, and building positive images for young girls and women. She currently teaches Literature, Writing, and Women's Studies on the College level.

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