Normalizing the authority and power of women’s voices in a man’s ear. Clint puts himself in the place of student as he listens and learns from the stories and experiences of women. In what is widely considered a “man-made world” the voices of women reveal to us a world which should be Man Unmade.
Clint interviews Jane Pauley, host of the Emmy Award-winning Sunday Morning news program one of the most respected figures in American broadcast journalism for more than thirty years, with a television career that spanned morning, daytime, and primetime. This week’s artist highlight is on Davis Mackinlay with her new track Dreamin’ which is available on Spotify and Apple music you can follow Davis along on social @davismackinlay
Clint interviews Tess Gattuso aka @tessplease on social, she is a writer, comedian, and content creator. This week’s women in business highlight is on Carleen Kirksey of Austin Nature Works mindfulwoodentoys.com. This week’s artist highlight is on Caroline Wilder with the song Mother Earth.
Clint interviews four-time Emmy-nominated actress, Emmy-winning producer, and prominent equal rights advocate Laverne Cox. Laverne is also the creator and host of her podcast “The Laverne Cox Show,”. This week’s highlight is on Equality Texas equalitytexas.org works to secure full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Texans through political action, education, community organizing, and collaboration. This week’s artist highlight is on Chanel Andrews with the track How it Was, from her 2021 album Lover. You can find Chanel Andrews on social @thechanelandrews.
Clint interviews New York Times bestselling author, television host, magazine and online columnist, writer/producer, and one of the top motivational speakers in the world today, Suze Orman is undeniably America’s most recognized expert on personal finance. This week’s women in business highlight is on artist/painter https://jsadravi.com/ (Jaleh Sadravi )http://www.sadravi.com (www.sadravi.com) and on social @theartofjaleh. This week’s artist highlight is on Case Watson with the track Clock Ticking. You can find Case Watson at http://www.casewatson.com (www.casewatson.com) and on social @thecasewatson.
Clint interviews first and foremost his high school friend, who is also one of the stars of the hit TV show Push Girls and founding member of Infinite Flow — America's first professional wheelchair ballroom dance company Mia Schaikewitz. This week’s women in business highlight is on Thuy Diep and her mother Mama Xit of Little Moony Handcrafted children's clothes. Always Special. Never Boring. https://www.littlemoony.com/ (www.littlemoony.com) and on social @littlemoonyny. This week’s artist highlight is on Dollie Barnes with the track Taking All Day from her Album Caught in the Phase, you can follow on social @dolliebarnes
Clint interviews award-winning documentarian, journalist, speaker, author, and philanthropist Soledad O’Brien. This week’s women in business highlight is on minimal leather goods Treefairfax founded by Tricia Fairfax Hash - for more go to treefairfax.com and on social @treefairfax. This week’s artist highlight is on Steel Blossoms fronted by Sara Zebley and Hayley Amour with the track Revenge from their self-titled album - you can find Steel Blossoms on social @steelblossoms and www.steelblossoms.com.
Binged after hearing about it on Pantsuit Politics. Enjoyed them all but WOW on the Laverne Cox one. We need more of this for sure! Amazing to listen to people’s stories! I can’t applaud you enough Clint and Lisa!
Given Clint is a man from Texas, I assumed he would have nothing to say that would interest me...boy was I wrong. Thank you Clint for using your voice and podcast to enlighten us all. Sarah & Beth brought me over as a listener and I’m sticking around as a subscriber.
A little disappointed
After listening to the first two episodes I was hoping Clint would talk less and allow his guests (whom I respect a lot) more time to speak. His wife teased him about how much he talks in the first episodes. I’m now several episodes in and he’s still too Clint-centric for me.