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Where Does Feminism Go From Here?

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Where Does Feminism Go From Here?

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When Sen. Hillary Clinton conceded defeat in the Democratic presidential primary in June, she said that "light is shining through" the glass ceiling "like never before." Guests and callers discuss Clinton's historic run for president and how her candidacy has impacted women's rights and feminism.

Guests:

Farai Chideya, host of NPR'S News and Notes

Susan Faludi, wrote the New York Times op-ed "Second-Place Citizens"; author of The Terror Dream: Fear and Fantasy in Post-9/11 America

Lizz Winstead, writer and co-creator of The Daily Show; host of Thinking and Drinking with Lizz Winstead

Amy Richards, co-author of the book Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future

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