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So who is Medea Benjamin—and why should we listen to her, as Obama said?
Benjamin, however, had read another version, one in which Medea was simply misunderstood.
First of all, Medea was not the name she was given at birth, but one that she took “early in life,” as she says.
Medea Benjamin has spent a lifetime confronting powerful people, so she was a bit baffled when Obama called her a ‘young lady.’
Political activist Medea Benjamin has spent more than 30 years fighting for peace and social justice around the globe.Medea Benjamin and Code Pink Protest the RNC in Tampa|Lynn Waddell|August 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The mad “Medea” is, from the point of view of colour, certainly the chief work of this group.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
She does not pray for a Medea to thrust her into a cauldron of rejuvenescence.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
In his opinion, even Medea and Phdra might become objects of pity rather than abhorrence upon the stage.Queens of the French Stage|H. Noel Williams
I feel as if I lay hacked in pieces and were being slowly melted in Medea's cauldron.The Road to Damascus|August Strindberg
When morality is no more taught, religion no longer received, or laws exist, Medea would still terrify us with her infanticide.The Aesthetical Essays|Friedrich Schiller
British Dictionary definitions for Medea
Cultural definitions for Medea
In classical mythology, a sorceress who fell in love with Jason and helped him obtain the Golden Fleece. When Jason abandoned her to marry another woman, she took revenge by brutally murdering his young bride as well as the children she had borne him.