Don’t Feed the Racist Patriarchy!: Chateau Hough + Hip Chick Farms

2016 is an exciting — and precarious — time to be an entrepreneur, particularly when you’re queer women. Serafina Palandech and her wife Jennifer Johnson, the founders of organic food startup, Hip Chick Farms, had to deal with a lot when they wanted to start their business. Now they’ve been able to secure an investment from Whole Foods (and Johnson’s cooked at the White House). But it hasn’t been easy, more like a misogynist gauntlet, in fact.

Also in this episode: a visit with Mansfield Frazier, manager and founder of Chateau Hough, an award-winning vineyard in inner-city Cleveland. Chateau Hough employs local residents, formerly incarcerated workers, and youth as part of its project to invigorate the local community. Then, an F Word from Laura on Political Animals, a film about the marriage equality act and the Congresswomen who made it happen — why collaboration and toil get things done.

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