Episode 9: Corinne Kodama on racial justice, pay equity, and Megan Rapinoe
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Thanks to my friend, Corinne Kodama, Policy Analyst at Women Employed, for joining The Feminist Agenda to discuss the themes of Megan Rapinoe's memoir, One Life. Women Employed's mission is to improve the economic status of women and remove barriers to economic equity. They draft testimony, rally students, secure grants, persuade legislators,  mobilize advocates, share ideas with educators, design systems  improvements and programs, brainstorm with business leaders, tweet and  post, and passionately believe in a better future for all working women.

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