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From the art of writing novels that empowers girls, to the art of creating effective legislative actions, music, videos and rock 'n' roll; women are making their voices heard. This week on MomsRising Radio With Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner we talk with experts and award-winning artists about the many ways that creativity can be used to empower, inspire, ignite, and you got it: Kick butt.

keep-calm-and-kick-butt-30 purple*GUEST LIST - The following guests join Kristin this week on 1480 AM WeAct Radio, which also can be heard via additional broadcast stations, as well as on iTunes here:

  • Justina Chen, Award-Winning Author, Executive Communications Strategist and Co-Founder of Readergirlz  (@JustinaYChen)
  • Monifa Bandele, Senior Campaign Director, (@monifabandele)
  • Carolyn Malachi, Grammy Nominee, Alt-Urban Artist & Social Philanthropist (@Carolyn_Malachi)
  • Julia Patterson, King County Councilmember (@CMJulia)
  • Beth Wooten, Executive Director, Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls (@RnRc4G)
  • @RisersCoffeeCup, The coffee cup at the right hand of @MomsRising, Tweeting the inside scoop and commenting on the shows. Moms caffeinated for justice! #Risers (@RisersCoffeeCup)

LISTEN - You can listen to this show, and all future shows, via podcast on iTunes at:


--- Get Justina Chen's award-winning books, including Nothing but the Truth and a Few White Lies and What Now: Survival Guide for the Blindsided and Brokenhearted, here:

--- Listen to more music from Carolyn Malachi and watch her YouTube video here:

Carolyn Malachi “Free Your Mind”and other songs on iTunes

"Free Your Mind" music video on YouTube

--- Top music picks from Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls Director, Beth Wooten:

Patti Smith, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Laura Logic, Elizabeth Cotton

--- You can follow Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner on Twitter--and you can also follow MomsRising on Twitter and Facebook too.

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