On financial feminism and economic empowerment

In today’s episode we talk to Frankie Cotton, Founder of Let’s Be Frank and Host of Raise the Bar & What Does Green Really Mean? about:
  • Why health is wealth and the importance of staying on top of our routine health checks like cervical smears
  • Why feminist rhetoric doesn’t automatically equal a feminist organisation and why discernment is the order of the day – on and offline
  • Why it’s time to stop issuing reports highlighting the scale of gender inequality and why government, institutions, and big business need to just start writing cheques!
To find out more about Frankie or Let’s Be Frank, visit https://www.letsbefrank.co/  and follow her @frankiecotton_

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