Oct 21, 2020
It's Halloween Season, but it has also been a rough year. Many of us have lost a loved one to the pandemic or other causes. So for this episode, guest Joe'l Anthony comes on to talk about death, dying and grief.
Joe'l, also known as The Grave Woman, is a funeral director and sacred death & grief practitioner. We talk...
Oct 7, 2020
It's doubtful that any American listening to this episode has
moved through life and accumulated zero medical debt. In fact
Allison currently has some she's paying off.
When you can't pay off that debt it can mean many negative things for your life.
This episode's guest is determined to free all Georgians from this...
Sep 16, 2020
Guest Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes is a womanist theologian, associate professor of Practical Theology at Mercer University and author of I Bring the Voices of My People: A Womanist Vision for Racial Reconciliation.
On the episode she talks about womanism, theology and the racial reconciliation movement as it relates to...
Sep 2, 2020
Back in February 2020 before the year became a pandemic Allison went to South Carolina with three friends to canvas for Elizabeth Warren. It was her first experience doing any kind of campaign work.
In the spirit of encouraging listeners to find a candidate they love and joining their campaign Melody Oliphant, friend...
Aug 19, 2020
Abolish the Police and Defund the Police are two phrases that have gained significant traction in the past few months. But, what exactly do they mean?
On this episode Mariah Parker, an Athens-Clarke County Commissioner and abolitionist, talks about the history of police abolition, her journey to becoming an...