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Flipping the Senate with State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta

Flipping the Senate with State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta

May 28, 2021

On this episode Farah and I had the pleasure of sitting down with State Rep of PA Malcolm Kenyatta. We learned so much about his background but also the fight he's hoping to win to represent Philadelphia and the entire state in the US Senate. You don't want to miss this episode. 

 

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Just A Girl with Jeanine Uqdah

Just A Girl with Jeanine Uqdah

May 17, 2021

We back with another episode. This week Farah and I are sitting down with school counselor and founder of Just A Girl, an organizations dedicated to uplifting women and girls while providing scholarships to better their education. Learn more about what Jeanine is doing to change the structures of education in Philly.

To donate to Just A Girl visit: https://iamjustagirl.com

 

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Hot Cop Summer

Hot Cop Summer

April 30, 2021

This week Farah and I discuss the summer trend. Cops murdering Black people. We often hear about the rise in violence in communities when it gets warmer. Yet, we don't discuss how that violence is often instigated and performed by those in uniform. We discuss this dynamic and our thoughts on how we defend the murdered in public discourse. 

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Criminalizing Women’s Trauma

Criminalizing Women’s Trauma

April 15, 2021

Today I have one of the best guests and interviews to date! Cynthia Alvarado is a formerly incarcerated women wrongfully convicted and spent over 10 years in prison. We sat down to hear her story and how the trauma of women is being severely inadequately addressed in the criminal justice system. Join the conversation!

 

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Young Dems with Sarah Hansel

Young Dems with Sarah Hansel

April 3, 2021

We are back with another episode. This one builds on last weeks as we sit down with President of Philly Young Democrats Sarah Hansel. We discuss how to get more young people motivated in politics, how she came to this line of work and the shared trauma that tends to catapult others into this profession. 

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Millennials Taking Over

Millennials Taking Over

March 19, 2021

How do you get young people to care about civic engagement? Today I'm sitting with Jalen Nix, my cousin in law and committee member in Philadelphia. We talk about everything from what drove him to get involved and answering those questions about energizing the youth. 

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Reinvesting into Community - Young Chances

Reinvesting into Community - Young Chances

March 6, 2021

We are back with a fresh episode and with a new guests. Tyrique Glaskow is the founder of Young Chances Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to uplifting community. We talk about his journey to being a community leader and how the pandemic has shown us we need to treat all of society troubles as one big health crisis. 

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Navigating Prison Reform

Navigating Prison Reform

February 19, 2021

We're back with a very important conversation for all my woke, criminal justice reformers and prison abolitionists. For those who come to the determination that the current status of our criminal justice system needs changing, it's difficult when you yourself have to interact with it on a personal level. What do you do when you're facing a harm that typical would call for the justice system to intervene? Do you feel guilty for calling the police? Do you avoid conflict cause the system is so broken. On this episode we discuss this conundrum and alternatives to criminal justice as we currently know it. 

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Should Black People Promote Capitalism?

Should Black People Promote Capitalism?

February 6, 2021

The title is very straightforward but the conversation is very complicated. Black people rarely benefit from white American capitalism yet, sometimes we perpetuate the same system that's designed to oppress Black people. This conversation was very thought provoking for me and I want to know your answers. Should Black people promote capitalism?

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Is Social Media The Problem?

Is Social Media The Problem?

January 23, 2021

Clubhouse is just the latest social media app that's all the craze. Anyone who knows me, knows my distaste for social media, particularly Facebook. However, are we really to blame for it's use or misuse? Or is there a deeper point to how it's turned out? Join in on the discussion and don't forget to call in with your comments or opinions. 

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