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MT 46: That Rona

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Rod is joined by microbiologist and health policy specialist, Coqui Negra to discuss the growing Coronavirus pandemic. We discuss what a Coronavirus is and what makes this one so dangerous. We also get into what it means to “flatten the curve,” how the virus spreads, how Trump’s policies impact the effort to combat the virus, conspiracy theories, self distancing, the amazing powers of soap and why isn’t the virus killing evil people?

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MT 45: She Decided To Bloom

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Rod is joined by Toynia Edmond a Former Educator, Domestic Violence Survivor/Advocate, Family Advocate, Creative Facilitator, Public Speaker, Writer, & Podcaster to discuss her book “She Decided To Bloom: A Love Story Written In Prose.” We also talk about her work as a domestic violence advocate, her experience as a survivor, growing into writing and resources for people living in abusive situations.

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MT 44: I’m Telling The Truth But I’m Lying

Rod is joined by writer, ex-poet, mental health advocate and friend Bassey Ikpi to discuss her debut book “I’m Telling The Truth But I’m Lying” a collection of essays that combine into a beautiful memoir. We discuss her writing process, how mental health affects her life and how she’s navigating the feedback from the book thus far. The book is out 8/20 but you can pre-order it right now!

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MT 39: Reclaiming Our Space

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Rod is joined by activist, feminist writer and social worker Feminista Jones to discuss her new book Reclaiming Our Space: How Black Feminists Are Changing The World From The Tweets To The Streets. We discuss the changing landscape of social media, the price of visibility, patriarchy within the black community, activist beef and more. It was a very engaging fun conversation that really turned into old friends catching up. Enjoy!

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