Episode Two

Get InPowered Special Report: Sounds and Sisters from the Global Women's March

Welcome to this week’s episode of Get InPowered: SPECIAL REPORT: Women’s March on Washington

"The first step is speaking for  yourself."  - Gloria Steinem 

Today, Get InPowered brings you special coverage from the Women's March on Washington that took place last Saturday after the inauguration. 

With excerpts recorded at the Women's March in DC, this episode captures the energy and rhythm of the March. In this episode, you'll hear: 

  • Strategies for the continued work to advance gender justice;
  • Conversations with local women's rights activists Lisa Schejola Akin and Emily Miller;
  • Excerpts from legendary women’s rights advocate Gloria Steinem, and visionary co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Alicia Garza.

"There is no such thing as being a feminist without being an anti-racist. A racist system will leave no woman free." - Gloria Steinem

 Kimberly Hall of Poverty & Race Research Action Council (wearing the hat); legendary Women's Rights Advocate, Gloria Steinem; and Judithe Registre, Host of the Get InPowered Podcast

Kimberly Hall of Poverty & Race Research Action Council (wearing the hat); legendary Women's Rights Advocate, Gloria Steinem; and Judithe Registre, Host of the Get InPowered Podcast

 Women's Right Activist/Philanthropist, Lisa Schejola Akin and daughter, Alessia Akin

Women's Right Activist/Philanthropist, Lisa Schejola Akin and daughter, Alessia Akin

  Alessia Akin, Girl Power Activist

Alessia Akin, Girl Power Activist