Chatting with V, formerly Eve Ensler, about her body, her healing and her recommendations for all of us to live more intentional lives.
V (formerly Eve Ensler) is the Tony Award-winning playwright, activist, performer, and author of the Obie award-winning theatrical phenomenon The Vagina Monologues, published in over 48 languages, performed in over 140 countries, discusses her most recent book, Reckoning, and how her life's work and healing from a life threatening illness has informed her and allowed her to "be in her body" and develop methods to thrive despite years of abuse and self-hatred. "Transforming pain into radical action", V discusses how her work and especially co-founding the City of Joy, a revolutionary center for women survivors of violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo mobilized her while healing from illness and the challenges of the cancer diagnosis. V compels you to think about how the patriarchy has impacted your life and how illness can transform you.
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Produced by Jennifer Hammoud and Matty Rosenberg, and edited by Ricardo Gutiierrez @ Radio Free Rhiniecliff
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