A conversation about feminism, politics, pop culture and the internet.
Leading With Empathy
Elizabeth interviewed Supriya Vani author of "Jacinda Ardern: Leading with Empathy" about her biography of the Prime Minister of New Zealand
NYC Politics Deep Dive
Join Elizabeth for a conversation with Alexis about the results of the NYC primary elections and some speculation about what's to come in the Big Apple and the feminist outer boroughs.
Trans Rights and Raytheism
Elizabeth and Karen discuss Trans Rights, Raytheism and more!
March Coffee Hour
Elizabeth and Karen discuss book recommendations, allegations against Andrew Cuomo, Meghan & Harry's interview with Oprah, our perspective on cis perspectives on trans experiences...listen in!
Episode Sixty-One "What Is Whiteness?" with Julica Hermann de la Fuente
"We interviewed anti-racist educator and activist Julica Hermann de la Fuente to discuss the question "What is whiteness?"
Apocalypse Parenting with Kelley Freeman
"Elizabeth talked to Kelley Freeman of NARAL Pro-choice Ohio and Ramen Needles Yarn and Fiber about parenting during a pandemic, an anti-racist uprising and a fascist coup attempt. (Recorded before the hedge funds were bankrupted by memes, a good thing.)
Discussed in this episode:
The Conscious Kid, books by black authors
14 Antiracist Books for Kids and Teens Recommended by BIPOC Teachers and Librarians"
Smart, informative, and enjoyable
Love this podcast! The hosts are knowledgeable and funny. I always feel more informed after listening and it's easy to listen to while I'm going about my day. Highly recommend for anyone looking to catch up on the latest human and political issues affecting our world.
Lastly, as a fellow mom to young children, the stories on parenting and pandemic life are relatable.
Funny, smart, honest
I love this podcast
I absolutely love this podcast. It covers a lot of different topics. And when the hosts are talking I learn so much. I would recommend this podcast to anyone, especially men and baby-feminists. They don't just talk about the typical issues. But they talk about issues faced by Black women, trans women, low income women, and women in general. They also talk about politicians stance on “women’s problems”. This is by far my favorite podcast.