This week and next week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane cover the University of California Santa Barbara shooting in a special two-part episode. Part I features a conversation on mental illness and misogyny in violence, specifically in regards to the UCSB shooting. Molly and Dane will also discuss the Yes All Women hashtag and why misogyny is so dangerous to the livelihood of women. For more coverage of these issues, please click on the following links: trigger warning: clips of Elliot Rodger’s manifesto, Time‘s op-ed “Misogyny Didn’t Turn Elliot Rodger Into a Killer,” and, finally, why white male entitlement and misogyny are a deadly combination.
Image by Molly Freeman.
(Official Love Me album art.)
Jun 8 – Field Day – London, UK
Jun 21 – Best Kept Secret Festival – Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
Nov 7 – Iceland Airwaves – Reykjavik, Iceland
(Official Walk Me Home album art.)
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(Official Fortuna album art.)
No upcoming dates.
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