Lizz Winstead

Lady Parts Justice

Guest/Host

Lizz Winstead is a writer, producer and comic. She heads the nonprofit Lady Parts Justice, which uses comedy and digital media to chide politicians. She is the co-creator of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, and star of the web show Wake Up World and WakeUpWorld.tv.

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Ninety percent of US counties lack an abortion provider.  Trump Administration policies threaten the reproductive rights of millions of women.

How comedy raises awareness on reproductive rights

Ninety percent of US counties lack an abortion provider.  Trump Administration policies threaten the reproductive rights of millions of women.

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Is this country finally turning a corner when it comes to sexual harassment?

Sexual harassment: New rules to address age-old problems?

Is this country finally turning a corner when it comes to sexual harassment?

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Kate Beckinsale has joined the growing list of women accusing Harvey Weinstein of everything from workplace harassment to rape.

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Kate Beckinsale has joined the growing list of women accusing Harvey Weinstein of everything from workplace harassment to rape.

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