Sex, Power, Love and Money
Michael Johnson of GEO talks with Monica Day, a coach, performance artist, and writer with a unique approach to social change. They discuss how gender, race, and power dynamics can be addressed using creativity and alternative forms of expression; how understanding vulnerability as a strength, not a weakness, is a radical act; and how our emotional and political conundrums around money often obscure the very changes we are seeking to make. And finally, how play and pleasure might be the subversive tools needed for dismantling systems of oppression. Definitely not the usual way of talking about social change! But perhaps they should be.
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