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  • Juneteenth (r)

    11 JUN 2024 · Learning about Juneteenth, which we should have known about all along, is so important that we're rerunning this one in advance of the upcoming holiday. 
    17m 8s
  • RedLining (r)

    4 JUN 2024 · Originally aired in October 2020 to begin uncovering as much as we could about our truthful past with RedLining – a practice that purposely maintained segregation through discrimination in lending. We discuss its racist history, how it promoted both segregation and the wealth gap, and the continued forms it takes even today.  A couple of books we mentioned to learn more about RedLining:  Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein
    19m 20s
  • Art with Impact (r)

    28 MAY 2024 · The session (originally from Feb 2020) with L’Oréal McCollum in which we learn about Art with Impact (AWI), a nonprofit that uses film and theatre to encourage young people to explore mental health and wellness through art. L’Oreal is a Philadelphia based sexuality and mental health educator, a consultant, and an actress.
    23m 56s
  • New Leash on LIfe (r)

    21 MAY 2024 · The session, originally from February 2020,  in which we talk to Norberto ‘Rob’ Rosa, who at the time was Associate Vice President of Operations at New Leash on Life USA. New Leash is a nonprofit prison-dog training program improving the lives of people in prison and saving the lives of dogs. In this program, incarcerated people are paired with rejected dogs for training, and end up improving each other’s lives in countless ways.  New Leash believes that everyone deserves a second chance. 
    21m 53s
  • Summer Change

    14 MAY 2024 · Surprise episode outlining some of the changes we'll be making for the rest of this season! Listen to find out. 
    11m 42s
  • Chevron Deference

    7 MAY 2024 · The one in which we learn about the implications of the doctrine of Chevron Deference that came out of the case of Chevron v the Natural Resources Defense Council of 1984. This is relevant because of recent cases heard by the Supreme Court that seek to make changes or weaken Chevron Deference, and some of the important protections it offers. 
    13m 50s
  • Feeings About Voting

    30 APR 2024 · The one in which we talk about things that encourage and motivate people to take part in our democratic system by voting. Also, why some may choose not to vote and what might inspire them to want to be involved. 
    13m 35s
  • If Trump Wins

    23 APR 2024 · The one in which we review some of the many things we have to look forward to If Trump Wins in November 2024. 
    15m 48s
  • Women and Soy

    9 APR 2024 · The one in which we explore the complex relationship between women and soy and also, soy's many health benefits for most women. 
    12m 49s
  • Why a Criminal

    9 APR 2024 · The one in which we try to figure out why so many people would vote for a presidential candidate with many charges and indictments surrounding them. 
    15m 21s
Psychologists Cindy Ariel and Julie Mayer use their wit, wisdom, and womanhood to explore social justice and personal growth.
Author Shrinks on Third
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