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Tchaikovsky, Michelangelo, & Uzoamaka: The Power of Names | Caitlin Russell
Tune in to the strategist formerly known as Caitlin Suarez - now legally known as Caitlin Russell.
In this episode she’ll unpack the role of names in shaping identity, understanding, and empowerment.
Check out her other work at hellocait.com
Does Hip-Hop Get a Pass? | Julian Grimes and Kyle Stolcis
Exploring the intersection of hip-hop, toxic masculinity, and artistic freedom through the lens of those within the space.
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It's Probably A Cultural Thing | Ari Abad
Cross-cultural interactions can be unfamiliar, uncomfortable, and most of all, awkward. The easiest way to defend one’s self from these situations is to avoid them. Avoding that means avoiding interactions with people who don’t live or think like us, but will that make us a connected society?
Let’s chat if you like to nerd out about culture as much as I do.
Stereotypes as Traps | Chorong Kim, Imani Lee, & Nanda Golden
Inspired by Michelle Obama’s description of how a stereotype can become a trap, Chorong, Nanda, and Imani discuss stereotypes and the different ways they have navigated them in their own lives.
What Happens Below Sea Level: Oysters As Agents of Change | Sarah Matheson Harris & Catie Frech
They’re agents of change — economically, environmentally and ecologically. In this episode, join us in exploring how and why this mighty mollusk could be a tool for the future of our planet.
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Possessions or Possessed | Joe Castagna, Anna Kim & Kaitie Kovach
Earlier this year, everyone seemed to know someone who had Marie Kondo-ed their life, but what do the things we choose to keep — and get rid of — over time tell us about ourselves?
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