In this episode, host Ankita Bharadwaj and guest Sara Alvarado unpack their personal encounters as women who experience love and attraction in a culture not their own. Together, they take […]
White Supremacy is Baked Into American Education
“The importance of textbooks is simply overwhelming because they are designed to form and shape generations of students. This is how students learn about the history of the United States, […]
America’s Dark and Not-So-Distant History of Forced Sterilizatio...
Today, host Ali Muldrow continues her special Reproductive Justice Month programming with a show about forced sterilization and the intersection of race, disability, confinement, and reproductive rights. Our guest is […]
“We have a lot of work to do in this world”
For today’s show, Tutankhamun “Coach” Assad takes the the airwaves with guests Joe Muellenberg and Winton Boyd for a wide-ranging community conversation about gender equality and Title IX, Brittney Griner’s […]
Whose Independence Day?
It’s the 4th of July here in the good ol’ U.S. of A., which means many Americans are celebrating Independence Day in some form or fashion with parades, fireworks shows, […]
Healing Our Food System with Soul Food
“We have to radically reenvision our food system and de-corporatize it, and then I think we’ll see a shift to a more healthy and just way of growing food.” Today, […]
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