Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Gloria Steinem, at a University of Miami lecture. In the interview I was able to ask her to reflect on the current direction of the feminist movement. Donna Coker and Sumita Dutt, both professors from University of Miami, joined me on air to reflect on some of the ideas and themes that emerged from that interview. During the show we discussed our understanding of “post-modern feminism”, transnational feminism, the importance of understanding and addressing the intersectionality of gender oppression and how feminism is deeply engaged in debates on issues such as sex-trafficking and sex work. An hour jam packed with incredible insight from two wonderfully engaging and knowledgeable feminist scholars from UM. Enjoy!