Anne Firth Murray is an activist, academic, author and philanthropist who has been pushing for social change for decades. She's also the founder of the Global Fund for Women. She was born in New Zealand, but has lived mainly in America, with a brief stint in Hong Kong.
She's back in the country at the moment to meet Dellwyn Stuart and the Auckland Foundation, talking about their newly founded Women's Fund in Aotearoa. She joins Jesse to talk the books, films and music that has informed a life of activism and teaching.