Ecology and Feminism Part 1

April 17 TI

Pieces from Diane Connor’s recent art exhibition, Entanglement, an exploration of feminist identity, gender roles and expectations.

Although Ecofeminism is not a well known environmental movement, Ecofeminism and Ecofeminist ideas are found in books, art, environmental activism, and government policy. But what is it? Is it relevant today? And how can we live out Ecofeminist principles in our everyday life?

We will be exploring these ideas in a two-part series. This week, Amanda Rooney talked to politician Linda Duncan and Wai Tarp talked to social activist Diane Connors to bring you  talk about how Feminism and Environmentalism are related.
Photo by Dianne Connor
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