In honor of the timeless energy of the riot grrrl movement, we've delved into the archives to find our favorite, awe-inspiring
Who knows where Krauss and Sleigh Bells will fit into the overall scheme of rock idolatry. Hopefully, this endurance test won't run out of steam.
4. Other People's Expectations Do Not Define Us No one can admit to their own offenses like 1996 Fiona Apple. 2. Self-Sufficiency
Last question, since I know I'm pushing the schedule now. I ask a lot of people who their role models are, and a lot of the
Riot Grrrl became associated with feminist bands that popped up alongside their alternative-rock male counterparts. Riot Grrrl feminism's been swept up in today's 90s revival, but this isn't simple nostalgia. It's a bullhorn reminder to try for change.
Well said, Hanna. Now excuse us while we go tap into our '90s Riot Grrrl selves and rock out. Head over to HuffPost Live
Kathleen Hanna joins Ricky to talk about what she misses most from the '90s.
Kathleen Hanna joins Ricky to discuss issues including demeaning words being directed at females and girl on girl bullying.
Kathleen Hanna (Bikini Kill, Le Tigre) appeared on "The Interview Show," hosted by Mark Bazer, to talk music, her career
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