Goldberg's investigation into the intersection of the war on
reproductive freedom and the global war for power spans four
continents. From the HIV/AIDS epidemic to female circumcision to
overpopulation to infant mortality to abortion rights, Goldberg
analyzes how the means of reproduction influences the health of whole
societies--even as women's rights have been sidelined by governments
and social movements, and even as reproductive rights are weirdly
isolated as "women's issues" only. Goldberg emphasizes how the struggle
to control women's bodies is the next great human rights struggle of
our globalized world.
Goldberg found time in her travels through Buenos Aires to answer questions for Bitch about this struggle and about her book
So here we go again with yet another UK comedy import. This time, Fox is adapting Absolutely Fabulous for American audiences starring Kathryn Hahn as Edina Monsoon (Revolutionary Road, Crossing Jordan) and Kristen Johnson as Patsy Stone (Third Rock from the Sun, Bride Wars).
In what is probably the grossest understatement posted on this blog so far, these be tough times right now. With the hailstorm that is our economy, international policy, unemployment rate, climate change and much more, sometimes it's very difficult to be positive. While it's great to think globally, it's often beneficial to start and act locally. Futurefarmers is an art/design collective who demonstrate the power of doing just that.
I'm an unabashed Flickr
addict. I'd take it over myfriendsterfacebook any day. It's the
ultimate way to feel connected to what my friends and family are up
to, it's great for sharing work with my design students as well as for
them to share their own work with me, and it allows me to transport
myself to places I've been and love with the click of a button (ie:
search> Lake District, England—voila—utter peace and relaxation