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Alexis Stringfellow

Alexis Stringfellow

Alexis Stringfellow is a writer, cultural enthusiast, and avid reader living in Los Angeles. She also periodically contributes to kcet.org on a varying range of topics.

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Drawing Power: Comics by Sexual Violence Survivors

“Drawing Power: A Comics Anthology” is a collection of memoirs on themes of sexual harassment, by over 60 female-identified cartoonists from around the world.
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Actress Once Sold Into Human Trafficking Releases Film Based On Her Story

Swedish-born actress Frida Farrell has made it her mission to change the misconception that human trafficking in a far-away problem with "Apartment 407," a film based on her true story.
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Why These 5 Health Issues Are Taboo Around the World

Many treatable health issues are plagued with taboos that prevent people from seeking treatment.
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Women In Focus

Q&A With Director of Film About Trump Piñata

Sarah Clift decided to make a film during a trip to Mexico. Though the first-time filmmaker was new to the process, she was very clear about one thing — she wanted a shot of a Trump piñata on the back of motorcycle.
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Trust Docs

What Is Trust Docs?

Liz Mermin of Thomson Reuters Foundation discusses the inspiration and process behind the global documentaries featured on the new Link TV series “Trust Docs.”
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A Job Training Program Offers Opportunity for Formerly Homeless Women

The MADE by DWC store and job training program at the Downtown Women's Center employs women who have experienced homelessness in Los Angeles.
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'Los Wild Ones' Producer on Her Inspiration for the Award-Winning SXSW Film

KCET spoke to Jessica Golden, a producer of the documentary, "Los Wild Ones," about her experience diving into the world of underground music.
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Women In Focus

Author Shares How She Chose the Raddest Women In the World

Whether it was a savior of language, the mother of the gay rights movement, or the founding mother of primatology, Schatz and Stahl chose biographies that resonated with more than the "Eurocentric" woman and reflected more than Western history.
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Sandal Company Pays Ugandan Women to Dream Big

There’s more to sandal company Sseko Designs than meets the eye. Liz Forkin Bohannon moved to Uganda to learn more about the world through a humanitarian lens but she unexpectedly found an opportunity to foster social change.
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Undocumented and Queer: Moises Serrano On His Fight for the American Dream

Activist Moises Serrano, subject of the documentary "Forbidden," discusses his journey in a country that refuses to recognize his full humanity as an undocumented immigrant and as a queer man.
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