Kate Schatz is a feminist writer, activist, educator, and creator of the Rad Women book series.
On today’s episode, Kate and Oliver talk to activist and author Kate Schatz, who W. Kamau Bell assigned as Conan O'Brien’s whiteness tutor. They discuss why it’s important for white people to educate themselves about systemic racism, white privilege, and why it’s taken so long for our country to move toward racial justice. They also talk about how to support Black Lives Matter, the importance of local elections, how to combat racism, and much more.Executive Producers: Kate Hudson, Oliver Hudson, and Sim SarnaProduced by Allison BresnickEditor: Josh WindischMusic by Mark HudsonThis show is brought to you by Cloud10 and powered by Simplecast.
In Episode 40 of Make/Work, host  speaks with writer and activist Kate Schatz, author of the New York Times bestselling and , which she did in collaboration with illustrator Miriam Klein Stahl. Schatz is also one of the founders of the nationwide feminist resistance network , which she started with Leslie Dotson Van Every and Jennye Garibaldi, and which has grown from a house party back in early 2016 to over one hundred chapters with more than eighteen thousand Facebook members. Likely, you know her for both of those things.
Meet the author of "Rad Women Worldwide," Kate Schatz. She tells us why she is vocal about being a feminist, and we discuss how her books are changing perceptions about who gets to go down in history as extraordinary.
Host Rich Fahle and guest host Gitty Daneshvari interview Kate Schatz about her book, “Rad American Women A – Z” at the 2015 Miami Book Fair.
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