Feminism Speakers

Whether they are confronting the patriarchy or ending rape culture, these women are fighting The advocacy of women’s rights has evolved. No longer content with merely a seat at existing tables, this new wave of leaders are building their own. Sexism exists in every industry. The gender pay gap continues despite policies intended to narrow it. Even as we pass the century milestone of women’s suffrage, much work remains. Whether they are confronting the patriarchy, reinventing the workplace or working to end rape culture, these women are fighting for gender equality.

Ali Stroker

Ali Stroker

First actress who uses a wheelchair to win a Tony award
Angelica Ross

Angelica Ross

Transgender Actress from “Pose” and “American Horror Story 1984″
Blair Imani

Blair Imani

Author of “Modern HERstory” and “Making Our Way Home”
Christina Ochea

Christina Ochoa

Star of “Animal Kingdom” and “A Million Little Things”
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Dessa

Doomtree Rapper and Author
Jan Broberg

Jan Broberg

Subject of Netflix documentary “Abducted in Plain Sight”
Lane Moore

Lane Moore

Host of Tinder Live and author of “How To Be Alone”
Lux Alptraum

Lux Alptraum

Author, “Faking It: The Lies Women Tell About Sex – And The Truths They Reveal”
Parker Molloy

Parker Molloy

Senior Editor at Media Matters for America and Upworthy
Rabia Chaudry

Rabia Chaudry

Attorney, Author, and co-host of the Undisclosed podcast
Sara Benincasa

Sara Benincasa

Mental Health Writer and Author of “Agorafabulous” and “Real Artists Have Day Jobs”
Sarah Lohman

Sarah Lohman

Food Historian and Author “Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine”
Zahra Noorbakhsh

Zahra Noorbakhsh

Iranian-American comedian and host of #GoodMuslimBadMuslim podcast