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Shrinks on Third

Jul 7, 2020

The session in which we spoke with Selena Alonzo, J.D. a public defender in Maryland. Selena is a Mexican-American and was strongly influenced by her family experience of having several of the most important men in her life (grandfather, uncles, cousin) incarcerated for various reasons. Selena holds deep knowledge...


Jun 30, 2020

The After Hours session in which we chat with Allison Gibbs of Therapy Concierge, LLC about taking care of self during the days of COVID-19. It's both the same and different from typical self-care. 

We recorded this episode together when we were still adjusting to being in COVID quarantine. We previously recorded a...


Jun 23, 2020

The session in which we talk with Cheri Honkala, co-founder of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign (PPEHRC).  Cheri was removed from her Mother's home as a girl and raised in foster care. She later attended college and had a child of her own. After experiencing homelessness as a single mom due...


Jun 16, 2020

The session in which we chat with 3 passionate team members from the North Philadelphia Peace Park. The NPPP is a charitable eco-campus providing free education, health & wellness, and produce programs to the Philadelphia Community.  We chatted with Nyasha Felder, Li Sumpter, and Bird - each bringing...


Jun 9, 2020

In this session, we devote our podcast to things we can do to promote racial justice. We also made the following commitment based upon a campaign crafted by Tangia Al-Awaji Estrada of the WOC Podcasters Community which is led by Danielle Desir:

"We are podcasters united to condemn the tragic murders of George Floyd and...