Jan 29, 2020
Women are often dismissed or silenced when coming forward in the public eye with their pain, particularly women of color. We’ve adopted this matriarchal mindset that women’s trauma, experiences, and emotions are invalid, but we need to come together as women to break that perception, now more than ever.
Jan 22, 2020
The progress of obtaining and maintaining women’s rights is not linear. Reproductive rights in the United States are focused on efforts to get and defend the legal right to abortion, and these efforts are led by predominantly white women.
What little information is provided about women of color with regard to...
Jan 15, 2020
Particularly relevant now that we’re in the 2020 election year is the subject of rights, namely reproductive ones and others that directly affect women.
That’s what Sara and Misasha will be diving into on this episode, along with a brief coda to their recent 3-part series on the Criminal Justice System, and that is...
Jan 8, 2020
Sara and Misasha’s guest today is Ji Seon Song, a former juvenile public defender.
Join them in this fascinating - and often heartbreaking - journey inside the juvenile legal system.
Ji Seon Song went to Columbia as an undergrad and also to Columbia Law School. Her scholarship currently focuses on criminal and...
Jan 1, 2020
Sara and Misasha take a break from the election issues to bring you a little 2020 vision to welcome in the new year and the new decade!
Listen in as they chat about how they envision the coming year and decade will be!
In appreciation for your support of the podcast, Sara and Misasha have a gift for you!