The climate crisis, rape culture, the wall—we think the patriarchy has done enough. Season two of “When Feminists Rule the World” is here! Host Martha Chaves—Latin-Canadian-LGBTQ award-winning comedian, actor, activist, and playwright—is talking to a whole new batch of badass feminist changemakers around the world about the future they are creating. You'll hear from whistleblowers and revolutionaries, filmmakers and peacemakers, thinkers and activists.
It shouldn’t be groundbreaking. But it is.
In our premiere season host Martha Chaves talks to a number of remarkable women changemakers on a range of issues, from bodily autonomy to the climate crisis, decolonizing leadership to the border wall. Oh yeah, and we even learn the secret to peace in the Middle East (spoiler alert—it's women). Click below to listen and learn more about each of these episodes and the bad ass activists who populate them. Our feminist future is bright af.
Host Martha Chaves is talking to a whole new batch of feminist changemakers from around the world about the future they are creating. You'll hear whistleblowers and revolutionaries, filmmakers and peacemakers, thinkers and activists. When Feminists Rule the World... Black Lives Matter! We won't be killed by robots! There will be NO more billionaires, things will be a little less extreme, the apocalypse will be averted, and —of course— women will continue to lead the revolution! Phew. Bring it on.
Martha Chaves is a Nicaraguan-Canadian award-winning comedian, actress, activist and playwright. She is a regular in the comedy circuits in Canada, the United States and Latin America, has performed at Just for Laughs, on CBC Radio, and was voted Standup Comic of the Year at the 2017 Canadian Comedy Awards. She is a fierce human rights advocate, using humour to challenge the status quo in four different languages. She also happens to be funny as hell.
The Nobel Women’s Initiative uses the prestige of the Nobel Peace Prize and six courageous women peace laureates—Mairead Maguire, Rigoberta Menchú Tum, Jody Williams, Shirin Ebadi, Tawakkol Karman, and Leymah Gbowee—to magnify the power and visibility of women working in countries around the world for peace, justice and equality. movements around the world.