Series: Wine, Women, and Revolution

Wine, Women, and Revolution is Activists, Inspiration, Art, Revolution, and Alcohol, all from an intersectional anti-capitalist feminist perspective. We shine a light on a broken system to help begin the conversation about real drastic change.

Heather Warburton hosts her show bi-weekly, bringing a woman’s perspective to local and national politics. She brings inspiring interviews, educational content, and topical issues along with a healthy dose of wine to the political scene.

You can only find new episodes of Wine, Women, and Revolution here on Create Your Future Productions.

Feed The People, Serve The People

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Theresa and Renee from Mutual Morris and The Great Foodscape. They talk about mutual aid, gardening, and community power. This is the 2nd in a 3 part series about basic community and survival skills and community power. Times are uncertain and having basic skills to…

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PrejudenTial with Margaret KimBerly

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Margaret Kimberly about her book “Prejudential” Her book highlights the racist history of the American Presidency. There has not been a single president in US history that hasn’t displayed the ugly trait of racism. From owning slaves to refusing to pass anti-lynching bills, our history…

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Street Medicine

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined by a comrade, Pinky to talk about street medicine. Pinky has been trained and served as a street medic at a number of events. They talk about some of specifics of doing medicine in a protest environment as well as some basics that you…

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Abortion Rights Are Human Rights

In this Episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather is joined by Roxanne Sutocky from the Cherry Hill Women’s center to talk about the future of abortion rights in NJ and across the globe. They discuss some of the struggles caused by the pandemic as well as some global victories. How will the new president…

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Breaking Down QAnon

In this extended episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined by Christian Perez to talk Qanon and other conspiracy theories. Who are they? How did the come to cause so much chaos? And where are they going under a Biden presidency. They repeat patterns of conspiracy theories that are centuries old, but have…

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Musical Activism with Ben Grosscup

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather interviews musician and activist Ben Grosscup. Ben bills himself as a labor troubadour following in the long tradition of merging song and protest, he also serves as the executive director of the People’s Music Network. They delve into some deep subject matter in this interview ranging…

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The Radium Girls

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined by Kate Moore, author of Radium Girls. Radium Girls tells the story of a group of women who were slowly poisoned by radium paint their job encouraged them to ingest, and their fight for justice against overwhelming odds. This is a tragic story of…

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Amistad, Equity, And Social Studies

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather hosts a panel discussion about the revolutionary social studies curriculum in NJ directed by the Amistad Law. New Jersey is the first state in the country to pass a law and implement a truly racially inclusive social studies program. Today, Heather is joined by Gary Melton,…

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School House Burning

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather is joined by Derek Black author of “School House Burning”. They talk about the concept that public education has been an integral part of American democracy through the earliest days of the founding of the country. As much as racism has attacked these ideals, the idea…

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The Tragedy of Heterosexuality with Jane Ward

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Jane Ward about her book The Tragedy of Heterosexuality. Jane describes herself as an ally of heterosexual women. You could call her book a self help book that hates self help books. In her book, Ms Ward attempts to tackle the underlying causes of pain…

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