Starting a Riot

Thirty years ago, a movement known as riot grrrl started in the Pacific Northwest. It wasn’t just music but politics, feminism, culture, and zines. We’re still experiencing the effects of it today. Starting a Riot tells why riot grrrl began in the Pacific Northwest and how it has impacted the world. And we emphasize the stories not being told as part of the movement’s history. We’ll hear from marginalized people, people who felt left out, and those who insist on participating anyway

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/starting-a-riot/id1688861048.

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