Barbara Deming: Her Message Today.

Barbara Deming (holding flowers) at the 1983 Seneca Women’s Encampment for Peace and Justice to protest the planned deployment of NATO first-strike missiles from the Seneca Army Depot. (THE NEW PRESS)

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This episode of Nonviolence Radio brings Carol Flinders — scholar, author, biographer, feminist and nonviolence advocate — to talk with Stephanie Van Hook about her work. For over 30 years, Flinders has been exploring and documenting the lives of women, religious and secular, far back in history and today. Their conversation takes the life and ideas of feminist activist Barbara Deming (1917-1984) as its starting point, and from there moves on to look at issues ranging from patriarchy and sexual orientation, to effective strategies of nonviolence, to what it means to be a complete and whole human being.  Listen to the interview here or find us on Waging Nonviolence, iTunes, Spotify, and Stitcher.

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