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001: Emma Sulkowicz on Healing Through Activism

By Hope Singsen

World-famous artist and activist Emma Sulkowicz debunks misconceptions about their protest work "Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight)" in which they carried a mattress from  2014 to 2015 at Columbia University, sparking a movement against rape on campuses worldwide -- and shares personal stories and insights about the healing process they experienced while creating that work. The #HealMeToo Podcast is hosted by Hope Singsen--the artist, creativity researcher and survivor-activist who founded the #HealMeToo Festival in NYC this Spring. Subscribe now. Let's talk about how we can #HealMeToo.Find the #HealMeToo Podcast on Apple Podcasts at bit.ly/hm2pod. Or visit healmetoopodcast.com to find links to other platforms. On our site, you can find detailed episode notes, including Emma's bio and video of Emma accepting the first #HealMeToo Trailblazer Award at the #HealMeToo Festival! Plus you can watch videos of performances at the Festival, and join our email list to hear about future pop-up #HealMeToo Festival events.Interview recorded & prepped by Delaney HafenerEdited by Hope SingsenMusic performed by Micah Burgess: If I Can by Hope Singsen & Dillon KondorRockabye by Hope Singsen, Dillon Kondor & Micah BurgessGorgeous Fire by Hope Singsen & Dillon Kondor

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