Pop Geeks Interviews Lizz Winstead, Comedienne And Activist

Jan 7, 2014
Lizz Winstead, the subject of my newest interview for Pop Geeks, has been active as both a performer and an activist since the 1980s. Starting out as a stand-up comedienne with appearances on many popular comedy programs of the 80s and 90s, she would later go on to co-create the seminal Comedy Central program The Daily Show. From there, her performing and her activism grew in tandem. She’s well-known for helping create the pro-choice organization Abortion Access Force, previously known as the Lady Parts Justice League, and she recently released a socially distanced comedy special, Corona Borealis, on Vimeo.
Danny Deraney, who previously set up my Pop Geeks interviews with Lori Alan, Shedrack Anderson and...

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