Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards are back for the third season of Anonymous of a Woman.
Chapter 1: Is there a bigger question in our current age than who do we trust and why? Jamila and Astrid consider what authority means to them these days.
Chapter 2: Jamila reflects on When We Say Black Lives Matter, the recent illustrated kids book from podcast favourite Maxine Beneba Clarke.
Chapter 3: Astrid dives deep into Noreena Hertz's The Lonely Century: Coming together in a world that's pulling apart, a nonfiction work that is uncannily timely.
Recommendations: Jamila and Astrid finally agree on recommendations! Astrid advocates for the literary merit of Barack Obama's A Promised Land, while Jamila goes for an old favourite suitable for the teenagers (and adults) in your life, George Orwell's Animal Farm.
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This podcast is sponsored by Hachette Publishing and is brought to you by Future Women. The podcast is produced by Bad Producer Productions.
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