The Way with Anoa is about forward moving dialogue with good people about good work. Anoa covers news, politics, and current events. She throws in a little pop culture to mix it up!
National Black Justice Coalition and Engaging Black Political Power Beyond Elections
David Johns of the National Black Justice Coalition joins the show to talk about organizing Black LGBTQ and same sex loving voters around the upcoming elections, building Black political power, and keep our communities safe with rising threats of voter intimidation and interference.
Electoral Organizing, Capacity Building, and More with Annie Weinberg
On this episode, Anoa talks with electoral organizer and progressive strategist Annie Weinberg about organizing to win and building movement capacity.
Self-Determination, Hamilton, and Progressive Gems
Anoa is joined by Tracey Corder and Arianna Trujillo-Wesler to talk about the obsession with Hamilton, bad progressive moments, and self determination. Extended episode but worth every minute.
Freedom, Pride, and Uprising with Preston Mitchum
Attorney Preston Mitchum joins the show to chat about freedom, youth organizing, uprising, pride, and more.
On Minneapolis Protests, Organizing Beyond Moments of Trauma, and Elections Matter
Anoa takes a moment to reflect on the events of the week and collective responses despite the persisting feeling of trauma.
Pen America's Nora Benavidez on World Press Freedom Day and 'Targeted Dissent'
Special edition of The Way with Anoa for World Press Freedom Day. Anoa talks with Nora Benavidez of Pen America about pressing issues in media and journalism including targeted dissent and disinformation.
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Content is A+
My only critique is the sound quality needs to improve only so I can hear you even better. Your truth needs to be heard crystal clear by everyone.
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Anoa and her guests offer thoughtful and powerful critiques of politics and society. Everybody should hear this. Sometimes the sound quality detracts from the conversation, but it's still worth it.
Passionate but nuanced
Anoa brings a passionate but balanced progressive perspective to the table.
She's intelligent and reasoned, and I also like that she often filters her opinions through the lens of a grassroots organizer.
This elevates the conversation from the typical podcast rants into an analysis with actionable solutions around building movements that will lead to real power.