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Intersectionality in the American South is a podcast for anyone whose ready to take a long, hard, look at the ways oppressive systems land in people’s lives. We bring together academics and everyday people in conversations about the intersectional forms of oppression that marginalized people experience. You will hear thought provoking conversations about hard topics that center the often-silenced voices of Women of color, queer, trans and non binary folks and immigrants.
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Welcome, dear listeners, to another engaging episode of Intersectional Talks – the platform where we delve into the heart of matters at the crossroads of intersectionality and inclusion. Here at Intersectional Talks, we're all about sparking insightful conversations, challenging perspectives, and diving deep into the layers of our diverse world. It's a space where we amplify voices that often go unheard, a space where we embrace the beauty of differences, and a space where we confront the co ...
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Olivia and Raven are black, blind women, passionate about shedding light on issues regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion. Get political and personal with them as they share their perspectives on living at the intersection of disabled, black, and women in the US.
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The Intersectional Yoginis

Mela Lopez and Hannah Rodriguez

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Welcome to The Intersectional Yoginis Podcast! We're Mela and Hannah. Join us as we explore a variety of topics that impact us as women of color through a yogic lens. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theintersectionalyoginis/support
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Host Josie Rodriguez-Bouchier, a queer, non-binary, Latinx fertility acupuncturist, supports queer, trans, and non-binary folks in becoming pregnant. Through information-laden episodes and compelling interviews with guests, The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is a place where we can relax and bring our Whole Selves to the conversation of fertility, identity, and our creative power. All content offered through The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is created for informational purposes only. I ...
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We know the wait was long, but we're back with Season 3 of Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style! Last season, we spoke about everything pop culture and feminism, and now, in Season 3, we are back with brand new, exciting guests and conversations. This season looks to explore the nuances of gender in the workplace and will feature women/trans and queer individuals from different fields like journalism, politics, social work, sports, business and so much more. Join our hosts Sukanya and Shriya a ...
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Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a trans-inclusive and intersectional feminist show, featuring musicians from different genres. Listeners get to enjoy good convo, insights into the creative mind and community, and some great tunes picked by the guests themselves! Each guest adds their own perspective on the songwriting process and industry, along with personal stories... Plus you get to hear some great tunes, handpicked by the guests!
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Enzi Tanner, a black, trans, Jewish community organizer in Minneapolis, hosts the show that dives into the intersectional lives many in the Jewish community lead, and how those intersections come together and inform. The title is a combination of the Swahili word Kuumba, which means "to create," and the Hebrew word Hineni, which literally means "I am here," but often is used to denote presence.
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Mike and Emily provide international perspectives on Disney fandom - with the guy a British would-be voice actor, and the girl a Portland, Oregon-based art nerd, who knows what conclusions these two will come to on the whole variety of subjects planned for the podcast - only time, and bandwidth, will tell.
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Emile YX? is a Hip Hop activist who reclaims the power of Hip Hop to help the next generation rethink their identity, purpose, and place in their respective communities. A pioneer of beat breaking in his South African cultural context, an educator through his Heal the Hood project, and a survivor of apartheid, Emile YX? channels his experiences to …
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Emile YX? is a Hip Hop activist who reclaims the power of Hip Hop to help the next generation rethink their identity, purpose, and place in their respective communities. A pioneer of beat breaking in his South African cultural context, an educator through his Heal the Hood project, and a survivor of apartheid, Emile YX? channels his experiences to …
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Guest Dawn Porter, director of Luther: Never Too Much, joins host Kimberlé Crenshaw to discuss a new Luther Vandross biopic. They explore Luther's unmatched artistry, the intersections of the pop star's lived experience that stopped him from receiving the accolades he rightfully deserved, and his legacy as the soundtrack to so many lives. Hosted by…
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Akua Naru's love for the African diaspora drives her to disrupt and intervene for good through the channel of her Hip Hop music and archival work of The Keeper’s Project. More specifically, the pantheon of black women writers like Toni Morrison, bell hooks, Zora Neal Hurston have provided Naru with a critical black feminist lens and language by whi…
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Guest host Shermena M. Nelson is joined by Huru founder Imani Joye Samuels to discuss the life-saving importance of rest for Black women. They also unpack strategies for creating a sustainable, effective self care practice. Shermena, Imani, and other wellness practitioners will host an evening dedicated to Black women's self care calledYou Carry th…
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The Gullah-Geechee people are the descendants of enslaved West and Central Africans brought in the seventeenth and eighteenth-century to the United States to work on the rice plantations of the Low Country regions on the Southern Atlantic coastline. The term “Gullah” comes from the Central African connection to Angola and comes to represent people …
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Join Kimberlé Crenshaw and the African American Policy Forum at Sundance Film Festival on January 19th, 2024 at 8 pm MT for The Story of Us (Part 4), live at The Park in Park City, Utah. Register for your free pass here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-story-of-us-surviving-the-war-on-woke-black-storytelling-tickets-793686827667 In this episode, h…
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This is the second part to the conversation with Veronica Agard, also known as Ifáṣadùn Fásanmí (she/her). This episode is a deeper dive into our responsibility of breaking cycles and starting new cycles for the next generation. This includes living our truths, holding intergenerational compassion, honoring people while they are alive, document…
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This is the second part of a 2 episode conversation with Candice (they/them), a Black and Indigenous queer human that is living and working at the crossroads of education, justice and community healing. Candice strives to be an ally to the Palestinian people, expanding on the concept of vicarious trauma in response to the ongoing genocide happening…
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This episode highlights a new milestone for the #SayHerName campaign: a new book, entitled #SayHerName: Black Women’s Stories of Police Violence and Public Silence. Co-authored by podcast host Kimberlé Crenshaw and the team at the African American Policy Forum, this book helps readers better understand Black women's susceptibility to police brutali…
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It can be hard to navigate our regular lives and trying to conceive while simultaneously experiencing collective grief and trauma. Bringing your body into “rest and relax” mode is key to conceiving successfully and coping with stress. This is why we're bringing back this episode packed with quick tips for calming your nervous system and clearing st…
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On this episode of Intersectionality in the American South, Dr. Katie Acosta interviews Dr. Ashlyn Strozier about the challenges faced by Black folks who are trying to conceive, birthing, or experiencing unwanted pregnancy. Listen as we unpack the health risks this population faces and that structural barriers that impede upon our reproductive righ…
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Veronica Agard, also known as Ifáṣadùn Fásanmí (she/her) is a poet, writer, abọ̀rìṣà, community educator, connector, and founder of Ancestors in Training™. In today's episode, Veronica discusses her journey with finding her spirituality and its connection with ancestor work. Josie and Veronica also touch upon intergenerational healing, storytel…
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Candice (they/she) is a Black and Indigenous queer human that is living and working at the crossroads of education, justice and community healing. In this first part of a 2 episode conversation, Candice and Josie discuss performative wellness and what healing and wellness really are in the context of oppressive systems. Candice also gives a glimpse…
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Jeevan Singh (she/they) is a queer, Punjabi-Ecuadorian-Puerto Rican mother, poet, doctor of traditional East Asian medicine and mindfulness based somatic practitioner. In today's conversation, Jeevan and Josie discuss getting in touch with your soma in the context of resolving trauma, as well as exploring grief. Jeevan also talks about challenges a…
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Oumou (she/they) is a Black, queer multi-hyphenate therapist, speaker, writer, facilitator, coach, and more. Today's conversation explores all things boundaries, where Oumou shares two definitions for boundaries, as well as some examples of ways to express boundaries, and the difference between boundaries, requests, and bids for care. This episode …
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To kick off Banned Book Week, host Kimberlé Crenshaw (@sandylocks) is joined by award-winning author George Johnson (@IamGMJohnson). They talk about the book bans that are sweeping the US, and George's new reality as one of the most banned Black authors in America. They also discuss the triumph of George's memoir, All Boys Aren't Blue, and unpack w…
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This episode opens with Josie speaking about a recent invalidating and frustrating experience at a doctor’s visit, which prompted this re-run of the conversation with Dr. Zoë Julian (they/them), a Black and queer educator and obstetrician-gynecologist. Zoë and Josie discuss ways for queer, trans, and non-binary People of the Global Majority to find…
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Today we’re bringing back this short and sweet episode from the early days of the Intersectional Fertility Podcast to give some tips and practices for increasing fertility for those with disharmonies or reproductive challenges. This episode is an introduction to the Whole Self Fertility Method™ and covers the elements of Earth and Wood. You will le…
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Imagine being incarcerated during the height of the pandemic and having limited access to information about the virus. Imagine being unable to socially isolated or visit with your loved ones. On this episode, Dr. Katie Acosta interviews civil rights attorney Whitney Knox Lee about her advocacy work with people who are incarcerated in the state of G…
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Countdown: Only 14 Days to Go!Until Release! A Glimpse into My Recent Encounter Ever had an experience that made you questionsociety's norms? Allow me to take you on a roller-coaster of emotionsas I share a recent encounter that left me stunned. Picture this: I went to the hospital seeking acertificate confirming the injuries I sustained due to a b…
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Sallay (she/her) is a full spectrum doula with a background in immunology research. In today's episode, she'll give insight gained from joining Fertile and discuss how science backs up concepts in Chinese medicine and Indigenous traditions. Josie and Sallay will go over topics like how mind, body, and spirit come together, birth order and Kidney es…
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Michelle (she/they) is a mixed, brown, queer and non-binary portal doula, specializing in fertility, pregnancy, postpartum, grief, and transformation. Today Michelle joins Josie to give insight to what portals are, and their experience and insight gained from joining Fertile. This episode touches upon finding your own way to absorb information such…
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whit (they/she) is a Black, queer, full spectrum doula who is beginning the trying to conceive journey with her partner. In today's episode, whit gives their takeaways and insight gained from joining Fertile earlier this year. In today's episode, Josie and whit go into paying attention to your body's cycle, the impact of noticing your elemental def…
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The options for formerly incarcerated individuals to live productive lives after serving their time are complicated by the many obstacles they face finding gainful employment. On this episode of Intersectionality in the American South, we hear about a prison education program at Georgia State University and the amazing story of its Executive Direct…
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Anjie (she/her) is an Asian American feng shui educator, architect, and author of the newly released book Mindful Homes. Today's episode is an introduction to feng shui, including ways to improve your space and how it applies to a fertility journey. You'll learn why to be mindful of your bed, stove, and desk, how to intentionally use items and colo…
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Berenice (she/they/ella) is a queer herbalist, educator, founder of Hood Herbalism, and soon to be midwife. Today's conversation focuses on plants, including building a relationship with plants, healing on your own terms, making offerings to plants, and how plants connect with queer fertility. Follow Berenice on Instagram. Visit her website, and Ho…
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Do you recall these famous words that your parents or even you yourself use when it comes to measuring success? As punctual as a mzungu? A white person is very disciplined. People who are light-skinned look almost like white people? What about beauty standards? Even having high regards to people who speak English with American or British accent bec…
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Discussions were around how to find a business idea that you think will help solve a specific problem that people are looking for. It is important that your business idea should be the solution of problems that people have been wanting to get solved. Another important thing about starting your own business is that creating business markets for othe…
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Sabia (she/they) is a Black, queer doula, CEO, educator, and the author of Birthing Liberation. Josie and Sabia discuss all things liberation, including how even people with privilege need liberation. This episode covers things like feeling emotions in the body in order to take action, unpacking shame, and how trauma affects everyone differently. S…
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Olivia and Raven discuss the meaning of heritage, why it matters to them, and why heritage can be valuable for everyone. They share their thoughts on claims that cherishing the past isn’t important, the issue with only focusing on the the past’s problems, and ways in which the past can be a source of hope for present-day struggles. -- Email us! isq…
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Raven highlights the talent, success, and brilliance of this artist, known for centering themes of identity, violence, and historical narratives in her work. -- Learn More! Celebrating Black History: Kara Walker | Kara Walker Biography | Kara Walker -- Email us! isquaredhello@gmail.com. | Follow us! Instagram | Twitter @I_squaredpod | Facebook page…
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On this episode, Katie Acosta interviews Anthony Downer, Equity Coordinator for the City Schools of Decatur regarding the impact of Georgia's divisive concepts bill (HB 1084) on K-12 education in the state. What is the role of Critical Race Theory in our Schools? Follow us on Twitter @intersectsouth or visit our website at https://sites.gsu.edu/int…
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Jai (she/they) is a full spectrum doula who centers birth, abortion, sex, and wellness. Today Josie and Jai discuss how to expand our thinking and build an intentional pleasure practice. This episode covers exploring our senses, a discussion about rope practice, defining pleasure for ourselves, and explores the question: can we access creative powe…
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Montse (she/her/ella) is a proud Nahuatl and Totonaca full spectrum doula, herbalist, and educator who teaches Indigenous Mexican healing knowledge and traditions. This conversation touches upon how elements of life affect our fertility, specifically the interaction between Water and Fire. Montse also shares about traditional nourishment, going bac…
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Welcome to Under The Mango Tree Podcast. A podcast that aims to promote African and Black businesses in Germany Today's topic we want to address the major challenges that African Businesses face in Germany amongst others: Challenges when starting or developing black owned businesses. These include barriers to networks, resources, and mentors and la…
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In this episode of our podcast, we are talking about something that we have all engaged with but are often stopping ourselves from talking about it. Porn as we know it is possibly the most consumed form of media out there. However, the vulgarisation of porn happens with this whole treatment of the form only for a titillating objectifying purpose. M…
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Under the Mango Tree Podcast topic today is addressing why passion is important for one's business venture. Passion will drive you to work hard for your business no matter what. Passion will: 1. Your passion is what will help you overcome your fear 2. Passion is what keeps you motivated and helps you to persevere the challenges that you will be exp…
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Today we're bringing back this highly enjoyed episode featuring Sara Ceiba Flores. Sara is a queer, multi-gendered, Two-Spirit human, Registered Nurse, Certified Nurse Midwife, and Nurse Practitioner. They have an immense amount of experience in the world of birth, learning from multiple sources and from experience. In this episode, Sara and Josie …
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In this episode, host Kimberlé Crenshaw is joined by Cheryl Harris, Robin D.G. Kelley, and Janai Nelson. They explain what has been happening with the College Board’s proposed AP African American Studies course, share a close reading of what the revisions are and what they mean, and discuss what we can all do about it. Kimberlé also shares exciting…
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Throughout the course of the episode this season, we have been talking about how gender is stereotyped in different work industries. When we speak about work, we generally think of someone working for someone else. Now, if you think about an entrepreneur it sounds very exciting because you are your own boss. But that also comes with a lot more resp…
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Anna (she/they) is a queer, Pinay radical birthworker and founder of Pocket Doula. In this episode, we revisit Anna and Josie's conversation which touches upon the complexity of queer family planning, including Anna's reflections on her status, and how parents play a role in generational healing. Follow Anna on Instagram. Support them on Patreon Vi…
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