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Friendship and Feminism

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Friends are the best. Yes, obvious statement – but it’s true! Forget all the gross clichés about women competing against each other. Our relationships are where we feel safest. They give us the space and confidence to grow, mess up, learn, and be better. They make us stronger. And when we’re strong, our feminism is strong.

Aminatou Sow knows that her friendship with Ann Friedman is the heart of their podcast, Call Your Girlfriend. Aminatou’s bringing the good vibes to this session with Michelle Law, a writer for screen and stage whose work also celebrates friendship and feminism. Get ready for all the feelings.

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Aminatou Sow

‘When you talk about a lack of “insert minority” into “insert any industry”, what you’re also saying is that you’re not willing to support the people who are actually there.’ Aminatou Sow is a writer and cultural commentator. She co-hosts with Ann Friedman the hit podcast Call Your ... Read more

Michelle Law

Michelle Law is a writer and actor working across print, theatre and screen. Her work includes the play Single Asian Female and the SBS show Homecoming Queens, which she co-created, co-wrote and starred in. Her latest play, Miss Peony, will be staged at Belvoir St Theatre. ... Read more

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The Wheeler Centre

176 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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