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Self Care Sundays

Aug 12, 2018

On our last episode of Season 2, we’re joined by a very special guest: our very own audio engineer, Cato Zane! As Cato has had the pleasure of listening to all our episodes, she’s the perfect candidate to help us reflect and sign off on another great season.

Cato gives us some insight on her life as a female audio...

Aug 5, 2018

On Part II of our two-part episode on gun violence, we’re talking to Mike Martin, the founder and executive director of RAWTools.

RAWTools is an organization based in Colorado that focuses on restorative justice and conflict mediation. Mike uses non-violence education and community development to combat gun violence...

Aug 5, 2018

On Part I of our two-part episode on gun violence, we’re speaking to Maj Toure, Chicago youth educator and founder of Black Guns Matter.

Maj believes that communities of color should bear arms as a form of self-defense against oppressive forces. He also informs us on the racist history of gun control, mass...

Jul 29, 2018

On this episode, we’re talking to Canissa Grant, a science educator based in Avon, Connecticut.

With experience as both a private and public school teacher, she shed a light on some of the disparities in curriculum and expectations. She also calls for a heightened sense of transparency and inclusivity in STEM...

Jul 22, 2018

Angie Coleman joins us on the show to tell us how to put the self back in self-care!

The tech aficionado is the founder of Reboot America and the Director of Community at Lesbians Who Tech. She joins us on the show to talk about reaching health goals, disconnecting once in a while, and relying on your team to pick up...