An interview with Sara Bingham #womensmarch

Thank you for Sara Bingham for joining us for this episode of our podcast. Sara Bingham, one of Women's March Canada's Executive Directors. She got on a bus and marched in the Women's March on Washington on January 21, 2017.

IT'S TIME TO TAKE OUR POWER BACK. IT'S TIME FOR OUR STORIES.

Sara is a biracial woman who grew up in northern Ontario and holds a Bachelor of Arts (psychology) from Carleton University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts (linguistics) from the University of Ottawa.

Sara is a mother, therapist, entrepreneur, author and now an activist. Sara has called herself a feminist her entire life and found her place in the social justice world while studying psychology at Carleton University. One, let's call it "enlightening", semester of courses at Carleton included: psychology of women, women in modern Christian traditions and psychology of black women. Sara has been a chapter leader for Lean In since 2015 and a chapter leader for Hacking Health since 2016.

Follow Sara Bingham on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/s4r4b1ngh4m

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