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SALT The Podcast is about honest and bold conversations with outspoken, fierce, courageous, and wise women from all spheres of life.

We take responsibility, create allies, recognize women, build solidarity and create legacies for our future generations.

Salt The Podcast Salt The Podcast

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SALT The Podcast is about honest and bold conversations with outspoken, fierce, courageous, and wise women from all spheres of life.

We take responsibility, create allies, recognize women, build solidarity and create legacies for our future generations.

    S01 E21 Reimagining Syria

    S01 E21 Reimagining Syria

    Rula Asad is from Damascus and holds a degree in journalism from the University of Damascus. She also holds a Masters in Gender Studies from Utrecht University in the Netherlands.

    Rula is a feminist journalist, researcher and the co-founder and Executive Director of the Syrian Female Journalists Network (SFJN) . Further, she is a freelance journalist and reporter on women and human rights, as well as culture and civil society’s issues. Rula has worked as a reporter for local, regional and international media. Since 2012, she lives in Netherlands.

    In this episode we speak about the Syrian Female Journalists Network, the Syrian Revolution, being a feminist journalist, the diaspora and conflict-displacement, the image of the Syrian refugee and of course much more. 



    Host: Stella Saliari  

    At Salt The Podcast my guests and I contest and deconstruct narratives, and passionately recreate with the aim to change systems and perceptions. We want to elevate a generation that is feminist, antiracist and empathetic. Our conversations flow into each other and leave room for the unexpected. Salt is love, community, solidarity, a collective, healing, creating. It is intersectional, full of stories, movement and change. It insists, evolves and transforms. It is a commitment. 

    #Syria #saltthepodcast #SyrianRevolution #change #intersectionalfeminism #journalism #resistance #womenjournalists #sfjnetwork #10YearsOfFeministResistance #SolidarityWithSyria #freesyria #freedom #FeministJournalist #safety #protection #TheNetherlands #SyrianWomen #SyrianFeminism



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    • 53 min.
    S01 E20 Period Poverty

    S01 E20 Period Poverty

    Nicole Römer is a coordinator at Neighborhood Feminists . As coordinator, she is in charge of the Dignity Kits project, volunteer coordination and logistics. Nicole is also a public speaker and writer.  

    In this episode we talk first and foremost about period poverty, the amazing neighbourhood feminists and their work on the topic. We are further talking about intersectional feminism, the white savior complex, period stigma and shame, our uterus, books and so much more. 

    Nicole is full of knowledge, inspiration and amazing energy. This episode has been recorded on my home island Chios, where I connect with my roots, ancestors, family and friends. Enjoy it, it is a special one and Nicole is a jewel. 



    Host: Stella Saliari  

    At Salt The Podcast my guests and I contest and deconstruct narratives, and passionately recreate with the aim to change systems and perceptions. We want to elevate a generation that is feminist, antiracist and empathetic. Our conversations flow into each other and leave room for the unexpected. Salt is love, community, solidarity, a collective, healing, creating. It is intersectional, full of stories, movement and change. It insists, evolves and transforms. It is a commitment. 

    Visit my website at www.saltthepodcast.com 

    Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/salt_thepodcast/

    #neighborhoodfeminists #intersectionalfeminism #feminist #activist #periodpoverty #whitesaviorcomplex #resistance #writer #saltthepodcast #solidarity #publicspeaker #curacao #radicaljustice #amsterdam #periodstigma #vagina #uterus #bleeding #menstrualproducts #patriarchy #revolution #menstrualhealth #jedidiahjenkins #giannisantetokounmpo #fridakahlo


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    • 1 u. 13 min.
    S01 E19 Personal Narratives and the Syrian Revolution

    S01 E19 Personal Narratives and the Syrian Revolution

    Hayma Alyousfi is a Syrian feminist, human rights defender and political activist. She is part of the Syrian revolution but had to leave the country in 2014. However, she continues to fight for radical justice in Syria from abroad and is an active member of the civil society since 2012. 

    In this episode we talk about feminism, activism, books and the feminist killjoy, but above all about the Syrian revolution and the importance of personal narratives in times of war and conflict. Personal stories that need to be collected to protect them from deliberate erasure by the oppressor. This episode is about: keeping narratives alive, using personal stories as resistance, changing the center of knowledge production and breaking hegemonic discourses. 



    Host: Stella Saliari 

    At Salt The Podcast my guests and I contest and deconstruct narratives, and passionately recreate with the aim to change systems and perceptions. We want to elevate a generation that is feminist, antiracist and empathetic. Our conversations flow into each other and leave room for the unexpected. Salt is love, community, solidarity, a collective, healing, creating. It is intersectional, full of stories, movement and change. It insists, evolves and transforms. It is a commitment because as Kimberlé Crenshaw says “women come from a whole range of backgrounds. If our visions of peace don’t include these differences, then our peace will be partial.’’

    Visit my website at www.saltthepodcast.com Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/salt_thepodcast/

    #syria #syrianrevolution #feminism #activism #humanrights #intersectionality #resistance #catmom #saltthepodcast #solidarity #killjoy #aleppo #radicaljustice #civilsociety #narratives #women #sfjn 


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    • 45 min.
    S01 E18 Fashion Revolution: Long live my clothes

    S01 E18 Fashion Revolution: Long live my clothes

    Katerina Michaloutsou was born and raised in Greece. She has two beautiful daughters, loves spending time in thrift stores and flea markets, enjoys biking and nature. She is also a vintage enthusiast and plant collector. 

    After working for several years as a business analytics consultant she moved to the Netherlands in 2018 and two years later she founded Fitolojio Workshop , a slow fashion, ethical and sustainable fashion brand based in Amsterdam.  

    In this episode we will talk about Katerina’s life in Greece, her relocation, Fitolojio workshop, the fashion industry, fast fashion, green washing and as always much more. 



    Host: Stella Saliari   

    At Salt The Podcast my guests and I contest and deconstruct narratives, and passionately recreate with the aim to change systems and perceptions. We want to elevate a generation that is feminist, antiracist and empathetic. Our conversations flow into each other and leave room for the unexpected.

    Salt is love, community, solidarity, a collective, healing, creating. It is intersectional, full of stories, movement and change. It insists, evolves and transforms. It is a commitment because as Kimberlé Crenshaw says “women come from a whole range of backgrounds. If our visions of peace don’t include these differences, then our peace will be partial.’’  

    Visit my website at www.saltthepodcast.com

    Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/salt_thepodcast/ 

    #fashionrevolution #recycling #fastfashion #upcycling #fleamarkets #vintage #thriftshops #amsterdam #fitolojioworkshop #greece #upcyclingfashion #imadeyourclothes #sustainablefashion #reworkedvintage #saltthepodcast #ecofashion #eco #whomadeyourclothes #oneofakindclothes


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    • 39 min.
    S01 E17 Palestine, I am from There

    S01 E17 Palestine, I am from There

    Kristel Letschert was born and raised in the Netherlands where she studied tour guiding. Then she fell in love with a Palestinian and moved to Palestine. She lives in Beit Safafa, a town between Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Her home is between the green line, the demarcation line between Israel and the Westbank and the Wall that Israel built. 

    She is the mother of Louisa and Hardi and is studying the tour guide program at the Bethlehem Bible College to become a local tour guide. Since the pandemic there is no more tourism in Palestine, that is why Kristel decided to launch Stories from Palestine , her own podcast where she takes us on a virtual tour through Palestine, shares stories about its history, its heritage, nature and her own life experiences. 

    In this episode we speak about life in Palestine, military occupation, checkpoints, settler colonialism, Kristel’s podcast, Mahmoud Darwish, poetry and much more. 



    Host: Stella Saliari  

    At Salt The Podcast my guests and I contest and deconstruct narratives, and passionately recreate with the aim to change systems and perceptions. We want to elevate a generation that is feminist, antiracist and empathetic. Our conversations flow into each other and leave room for the unexpected.

    Salt is love, community, solidarity, a collective, healing, creating. It is intersectional, full of stories, movement and change. It insists, evolves and transforms. It is a commitment because as Kimberlé Crenshaw says “women come from a whole range of backgrounds. If our visions of peace don’t include these differences, then our peace will be partial.’’  



    Visit my website at www.saltthepodcast.com



    Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/salt_thepodcast/ 

    #palestine #storiesfrompalestine #sheikhjarrah #mahmouddarwish #marcelkhalife #visitpalestine


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    • 59 min.
    S01 E16 Collective Care Matters

    S01 E16 Collective Care Matters

    Ninna Gutierrez is a young adult full of empathy, who loves spending time with friends, working out, writing, journaling and traveling. In this episode Ninna tells us her story about her 'invisible illness'. She is speaking her truth, which was not always easy for her, but now it has become simple and in its simplicity lies a power, the power of transformation, setting her free form the pain she endured and into her new life. 

    This episode, called “collective care matters”, is a reminder for us that taking care for one another, seeing each other’s vulnerability, is revolutionary because by protecting each other, practicing community and acknowledging our interdependencies we practice a form of protest that breaks existing injustices and can make a change on this planet. 



    Host: Stella Saliari  

    At Salt The Podcast my guests and I contest and deconstruct narratives, and passionately recreate with the aim to change systems and perceptions. We want to elevate a generation that is feminist, antiracist and empathetic. Our conversations flow into each other and leave room for the unexpected.

    Salt is love, community, solidarity, a collective, healing, creating. It is intersectional, full of stories, movement and change. It insists, evolves and transforms. It is a commitment because as Kimberlé Crenshaw says “women come from a whole range of backgrounds. If our visions of peace don’t include these differences, then our peace will be partial.’’  

    Visit my website at www.saltthepodcast.com

    Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/salt_thepodcast/

    #saltthepodcast #collectivecare #costarica #hungary #amsterdam #heart #pacemaker #invisibleillness #shepodcasts #intersectionalfeminism #fridakahlo #soulmate #stories #ourstories #mytruth #solidarity 


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    • 47 min.

Klantrecensies

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7 beoordelingen

Marilena M. ,

Inspiring stories from inspiring women!

Being a full time employee and a mam with a hectic daily routine, it is easy to get lost among obligations and tasks. By listening the “Salt The Podcast” I felt again closer to my emotions, my human nature and the things that really matter. Thank you to all the ladies that have shared their experiences, their knowledge and their inspiring stories and to the owner of this initiative Stella for her passion and her vision.

kat-erina ,

By women for women🌷

This podcast seeks to discovers through discussion the *business* of being a woman within every aspect!
Hosted by so talented Stella, this research or experiential driven podcast covers things like feminism, womanhood and everything in between!! Its so educated as Stella and her guests can cover topics such as women’ racism, lack of healthcare , improper wages, motherhood’s importances etc providing solutions through experiential or empirical approaches!!
It is a must listen for those who want to broaden their horizon and love themselves 🙏🌷

Annemieke35 ,

Vulnerable and Beautiful

Beautiful stories from inspiring women from all over the world.
Peaceful, honest and vulnerable.

Thanks for being the Salt!

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