Sep 21, 2022
Michelle Waymire, founder of Young & Scrappy, is this episode's guest. She chats with us about her career as a financial advisor & coach, financial literacy, why it's important, and how women and femme-identifying individuals in the South can make the most of our money to live our best lives and experience financial...
Jun 15, 2022
With the May leak of the Supreme Court Justice's opinion on Roe vs Wade and the ruling looming April Greene, operations coordinator for the Blue Ridge Abortion Fund, is on to talk about the consequences of Roe v Wade being overturned, what it means for people in the South and how reproductive advocates have been...
Jun 1, 2022
This episode's guest is Weonhee Anne Shin, a parent, activist
and member of the Asian American
Voices for Education.
She's on to chat with us about her work as an activist with AAVEd, her experiences growing up in the South and why it's important that K-12 education includes Asian American History.
The Things that...
May 18, 2022
This episode's guest is Maigan Sullivan. She grew up in Northeast Alabama and that influenced her decision to co-found The Invisible Histories Project.
We chat about the IHP's goal to make visible and preserve the history of the queer and trans Communities in the Deep South.
The Things that Pissed Us Off are driving...
May 4, 2022
Midwifery is an art. One in which Stephanie Mitchell, is well
versed. She is a Certified Nurse Midwife, Certified Professional
Midwife and founder of Birth Sanctuary Gainesville
On this episode Stephanie talks about practicing midwifery, representation in the field, the ludicrous legal hoops Alabama has set up for...