We spoke with Alisha and Lara, the creators of the podcast ‘Drunch’. We talked about pop culture as it relates to the national discussion about intersectionality. We also talked about the newest attempts to defund clinics along with the related ‘gag’
In our first ‘Unqualified’ edition of the show, we provided dating advice to listeners who submitted questions and lampooned dating advice given to women during the 1950s.
For their centennial, we talked with Spokane NAACP leaders Kurtis Robinson, Sharon Randle and Dr. Jim Mohr about the history of the organization as well as the great successes throughout its history. We also discussed steps moving forward in the continued fight for justice
We talked with Kurtis Robinson about racial equity in the Spokane County criminal justice system – including racial disparities, a new jail, and the SRLJC.
Kevin and Autumns talked about midcentury dating tips for women as well as current events in the news. Also talked about it being Holocaust Memorial Day.
Talked with Cynthia Hamilton and Susan Brudnicki with Women+s March on Spokane. We discussed the importance and history of the march. We talked about how inclusiveness is key to making events like it a success.
Spoke with the Director of the art exhibition ‘FemFest’ during the first part of the show. Then talked with Beth and Shawn from the Spokane SANE foundation about sexual assault nurse examiners and their great benefit to the community and
Spoke with Stephanie Widhalm – Center Director and Forensic Interviewer and Linda Safford – Director of Development of Partners with Families and Children about the important work they do for families with children and young adults who are survivors of
Did a recap of some of the years events, the highs, the lows and moving forward into 2019. Highlighted gun violence and the need for reform.
This week we talked about all things holidays: how we celebrate, family traditions, building new traditions, gift giving and getting, and Hallmark/Lifetime Christmas movies.