We take another, personalized look at the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon, but this through the Feminist and Activist eyes of Reynolds Tenasas-Norman.  The questions posed – and answered – are women being treated any differently (more equally) in OWS than in earlier protest movements?  How is the artist of today approaching this particular protest?  What is the role of online Social media venues such as LinkedIn for people who cannot easily get to Occupy sites?

This Sarah Lawrence graduate, wife and mother of a teenage son tells it as she sees it, and how her own early experiences in activism prepared her for this moment.  You can locate Reynolds at or


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