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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-loaded episodes and compelling interviews with guest experts, 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 ...
 
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.
 
We know the wait was long, but we're back with Season 2 of Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style! Last season we discussed the various ways in which our social identities intersect in our everyday lives, and this season we'll be doing more of that, but with a twist! In Season 2 we're talking about movies, books, memes, and all things pop-culture! Join our hosts Nishtha and Sukanya as they dive deep into the world of pop-culture with a stellar line up of guests!
 
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!
 
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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Liam (they/them) is a midwife whose mission is to support and serve underrepresented and marginalized folks on their conception, pregnancy, and parenting journey. Queer, trans, non-binary, people of the Global Majority, single, and poly parents are uplifted in this conversation. In this episode you will find the importance of inclusive information,…
 
Raven shares some of the numerous accomplishments attained by this educator, author, and activist, known for her civil rights advocacy, political organizing, and protesting racial segregation and sex discrimination. --- Learn More! Mary Church Terrell https://www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/mary-church-terrell | Mary Eliza Chu…
 
Olivia and Raven dive into the white supremacist roots of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and they discuss the organization’s role in perpetuating the lost cause narrative in history textbooks and Civil War discourse. They cover the UDC’s founding, goals, and efforts in education and Confederate veneration, and the negative impact on histo…
 
Welcome to Intersectionality in the American South. Where educators, students, activists and community members come together to unpack current realities for Black and Indigenous People of Color. Each episode we will discuss the impact of racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism and anti-immigrant sentiment on the lives of Atlanta residents and BIPOC …
 
Olivia recognizes the work and achievements of this marine biologist and environmental strategist, known for leading ocean conservation projects, and serving on the Environmental Protection Agency and National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. - Learn More! AYANA E. JOHNSON (1980- ) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/people-africa…
 
Olivia and Raven share their views, experiences and unpopular opinions regarding people who work against their own interest, and belong to marginalized communities. They explore the reasoning and factors that contribute to internalized prejudice, and how this perpetuates discrimination throughout society. | Episode Referenced: Was Abraham Lincoln t…
 
Jovan Sage (she/they) and Meenadchi (she/her) are two previous participants of Fertile, and certified in the Whole Self Fertility Method™. Today, they join Josie to describe their experiences in the program and give insight for listeners considering joining the upcoming cohort. Jovan's Website and Instagram. Meenadchi's Website and Instagram. Find …
 
Raven honors this entrepreneur and inventor, who was one of the first Black women to obtain a patent from the US government. | Learn More! Women who made legal history: Sarah E. Goode https://www.lib.uchicago.edu/about/news/women-who-made-legal-history-sarah-e-goode/ | Sarah E. Goode Biography https://www.biography.com/inventor/sarah-e-goode | SARA…
 
Olivia and Raven explain what audio description (AD) is, and share their positive and negative experiences with it. They discuss the limits of audio description, encounters with AD poorly done, AI voices for AD, using AD with subtitles, and examples of confusing audio description. | Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. | Follow us! Instagram…
 
Olivia shares the life story and attainments of this researcher, professor, and activist, who was the first Black woman to earn a PH.D. in zoology. Learn More! ROGER ARLINER YOUNG (1889-1964) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/young-roger-arliner-1889-1964/ | How a brilliant biologist was failed by science https://www.bbc.com/future…
 
Olivia and Raven talk about how they protect their piece as podcasters researching emotionally heavy topics, and ways they support their mental wellness as Black disabled women in a country where the media is primarily negative, and civil rights are under attack. | Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. | Follow us! Instagram https://www.insta…
 
Malori (they/she) is a Black, queer, and non-binary person currently in pursuit of their doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. In today's episode, Malori discusses her experiences as a Person of the Global Majority in an Americanized institution of learning these wellness and healing practices. This conversation encompasses self advocacy, …
 
Raven highlights this portrait painter, who uses his work to portray Black people in a heroic and empowering manner, often reusing familiar historical images to center Black people, their cultures, and histories. Learn More! KEHINDE WILEY https://kehindewiley.com/ | Kehinde Wiley AMERICAN PAINTER https://www.theartstory.org/artist/wiley-kehinde/ | …
 
Olivia and Raven bust myths about the symbolism of the confederate flag, and share the history of displaying the flag as opposition to civil rights and Black advancement, and in support of white supremacy. They also discuss an article written by a Black supporter of the confederate flag, and the problem with celebrating southern heritage with the c…
 
Olivia discusses the passion, research, and advancements contributed by Dr. Roland Scott. Known as the premier authority on sickle cell disease, he published over 300 articles, conducted research that contributed to sickle cell screenings for newborns, and founded Howard University’s Center for Sickle Cell Disease. | Learn More! Black History Month…
 
This conversation focuses on the fact that white men aren’t held accountable for mass shootings, and other crimes, to the extent that other populations are for lesser, or no offenses. Olivia and Raven talk white male entitlement, male entitlement, and the double standards for men and women regarding societal expectations, and Black men and white me…
 
Zoë Julian (they/them) is a Black and queer educator and obstetrician-gynecologist. In today's conversation, Zoë and Josie discuss ways for queer, trans, and non-binary People of the Global Majority to find medical care that fully supports them on their fertility journey, and how healthcare providers and community workers can protect and support th…
 
Raven honors the career and achievements of educator, Marva Collins, who relied on unconventional approaches to educating students labeled as unteachable, and taught these methods to over 100,000 educators. Learn More! Marva Collins https://www.britannica.com/biography/Marva-Collins | MARVA COLLINS (1936-2015) https://www.blackpast.org/african-amer…
 
Olivia and Raven unpack the harmful ideas in the misconceptions that disabled people are pure of heart and/or naïve, mental illness and criminal behavior are linked, and that folks struggling with mental illness can’t be held accountable for their actions. They also dive into the ableist attitudes couched in the belief that living with a disability…
 
Olivia talks about the life and accomplishments of medical researcher and instructor of pediatrics, Dr. Angella D. Ferguson, known for her work with sickle cell anemia. Learn More! ANGELLA DOROTHEA FERGUSON (1925- ) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/people-african-american-history/angella-dorothea-ferguson-1925/ Email us! intersect…
 
Olivia and Raven talk about the children who were instrumental in protests against segregation. They dive into the stories of Ruby Bridges, The Little Rock Nine, the Leesburg Stockade Girls, the Burmingham Children’s March of 1963, the Peace Ponies, and an NAACP Youth Council member. Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. Follow us! Instagram …
 
Khye (they/them) is a sacred transition guide and founder of Kuluntu Reproductive Justice Center. In today's conversation with Josie, they discuss the sacred nature of birth, and how to be aware of and handle burnout cycles during transitional periods of life such as trying to conceive, carrying a pregnancy, becoming a caretaker or parent, building…
 
Raven highlights the youngest member of The Little Rock Nine, who played a significant role in desegregating Little Rock Central High school, and is dedicated to ensuring equal access to education for Black children through service with the Little Rock Nine Foundation. Learn More! Carlotta Walls LaNier https://www.womenofthehall.org/inductee/carlot…
 
Olivia and Raven share their thoughts on the Apple TV+ docuseries Lincoln’s Dilemma, about Abraham Lincoln’s political career, the Civil War, and emancipation. They talk about misconceptions surrounding Lincoln and the emancipation of Black-American slaves, surprising facts they learned from the docuseries, and their views on Lincoln and Black libe…
 
Olivia honors educator and blacktivist, Opal Lee, who's worked to preserve Black-American history, was instrumental in efforts toward Juneteenth's recognition as a federal holiday, and supports under-resourced families through her service at a food bank. Learn More! OPAL LEE (1926- ) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/opal-lee-1926/…
 
Olivia and Raven discuss the controversial practice of reclaiming slurs, or marginalized communities giving certain slurs positive meanings. They get into why the “n-word” can be used in a positive way by Black people, why reclamation of “queer” wasn’t limited to the LGBTQ+ community, and what is gained by redefining and reclaiming slurs. Email us!…
 
Author, Speaker, and Queer and Trans advocate, Zena (she/her) joins Josie on the podcast today to discuss justice for all and transforming the healthcare system. Zena also talks about her experience coparenting alongside three queer parents, making one family, and deconstructing the unsupportive narrative that is the heteronormative nuclear family.…
 
Raven talks about the numerous achievements of this civil rights advocate, who was an educator, lawyer, and worked to advance rights for Black people and impoverished Americans. Learn More! Patricia Roberts Harris https://www.womenofthehall.org/inductee/patricia-roberts-harris/ A Woman of Many Firsts: Patricia Roberts Harris https://www.historicame…
 
Drawing on the history of Freedom Summer, the African American Policy Forum launched its Critical Race Theory Summer School in 2020 as a response to the state-sanctioned murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless Black lives that spurred the subsequent summer of racial reckoning. Next week (7/18-22), in the face of a rapidly advancing as…
 
Olivia and Raven dive into the controversial discussion of transabled identity, also called transableism, and dig into medical research surrounding it, as well as objections to accepting and treating transabled people with disabling procedures. Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. Follow us! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcas…
 
Olivia honors talented musician, vocalist, and record producer, Sylvia Robinson, who was the first Black female independent record producer to have a Top-10 hit, and is known for putting hip-hop on the map through her record label, Sugar Hill Records. Learn More! The Rise and Fall of Hip-Hop’s First Godmother: Sugar Hill Records’ Sylvia Robinson ht…
 
Raven closes out the series with the Stono uprising, set in September 1739 in South Carolina. Learn More! Stono rebellion https://www.britannica.com/event/Stono-rebellion STONO REBELLION (1739) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/stono-rebellion-1739/ Did African-American Slaves Rebel? https://www.pbs.org/wnet/african-americans-many-…
 
Olivia covers Andry's Rebellion, which took place in Louisiana during January of 1811. Learn More! America’s Largest Slave Revolt: The German Coast Uprising of 1811 https://ushistoryscene.com/article/german-coast-uprising/ ANDRY’S REBELLION (1811) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/andry-s-rebellion-1811/ Email us! intersectionalins…
 
Educator and Disability Justice Advocate Shayda (she/her) joins Josie today to discuss issues related to justice and liberation of our bodyminds, including the intersection of Disability Justice and Reproductive Justice. This episode touches upon accessibility, sustainability, and advocating for our needs for all. Follow Shayda on Instagram and che…
 
Raven highlights this uprising, which resulted in greater restrictions on enslaved people in the colony of New York. Learn More! New York slave rebellion of 1712 https://www.britannica.com/event/New-York-slave-rebellion-of-1712 The New York Slave Revolt of 1712 Was a Bloody Prelude to Decades of Hardship https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/ne…
 
Olivia gives us the backstory of Black free people and runaway slaves, who intermingled with the Seminole Nation, and helped them battle colonists aiming to rob them of their land in Florida from 1812-1855. Learn More! Black Seminoles https://www.britannica.com/topic/Black-Seminoles THE BLACK MAROONS OF FLORIDA (1693-1850) https://www.blackpast.org…
 
Raven talks about the first recorded slave revolt in the Americas, which occurred in 1521 in present-day Dominican Republic. Learn More! 'Spirit of resistance': Marking 500 years since the first slave revolt in the Americas https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/spirit-resistance-marking-500-years-first-slave-revolt-americas-rcna7455 Dominicans mark 5…
 
Olivia details the history of the first slave rebellion on the mainland USA, which took place in 1526 in what is now Georgia and South Carolina. Learn More! Before 1619, there was 1526: The mystery of the first enslaved Africans in what became the United States https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2019/09/07/before-there-was-mystery-first-enslave…
 
Olivia and Raven discuss the goals and impact of the Pan-African Movement, and tackle misconceptions and criticisms of Pan-African ideology and intellectuals. Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. Follow us! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcast/ Twitter @I_squaredpod https://twitter.com/I_SquaredPod Facebook page http://www.fb.…
 
Raven honors this Caribbean journalist and activist, who advocated for women’s rights in the US and UK, and campaigned against racism in education, employment, housing, and emigration legislation. Learn More! CLAUDIA JONES (1915-1964) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/jones-claudia-1915-1964/ Claudia Jones, Pan-African Nationalist …
 
Olivia and Raven discuss the view that emotion and reason are opposites, devaluing personal experiences of people stereotyped as emotional, and the lack of accountability in those who are dismissive based on prejudice. Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. Follow us! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcast/ Twitter @I_squaredpod h…
 
Gabrielle Griffith (they/he/she), is a doula and cannabis advocate. In this conversation, Gab and Josie discuss the importance of educating yourself on cannabis use, as every person's endocannabinoid system works differently. This episode also touches upon the possible uses of cannabis for the fertility journey. Follow Gab on Instagram & Twitter. H…
 
Raven discusses the activism and accomplishments of this Jamaican Feminist, who cofounded the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), promoted women’s participation in politics, and pushed to increase Jamaican’s and Guyanese people’s involvement in government. Learn More! Remembering Amy Ashwood-Garvey: A Pan-African pioneer https://www.uj.…
 
Olivia and Raven discuss the ways society dehumanizes disabled people, and the double standard regarding how disabled people and nondisabled people find fulfillment. They revisit Helen Keller’s article: “Physicians Juries for Defective Babies” to address controversial, but commonly held beliefs about disabled existence. Email us! intersectionalinsi…
 
Olivia highlights this Episcopalian minister and educator, who worked to unite Black Americans and African Natives in Liberia, and helped found the American Negro Academy. Learn More! ALEXANDER CRUMMELL (1819-1898) https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/crummell-alexander-1819-1898/ Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. Follow us!…
 
Olivia and Raven talk about the tendency to doubt the qualifications of folks in marginalized groups, misconceptions about the existence of protected classes, and opposition to affirmative action by people who are marginalized. Email us! intersectionalinsights@gmail.com. Follow us! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcast/ Twitter @I_squ…
 
Dominique and Ariel Wilson are a Black queer couple who use social media to create representation and destigmatize Black queer love. They are currently trying to conceive their first child, and discuss their journey on today's episode. Dominique and Ariel both use she/her pronouns. Find Dom and Ariel on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook. The Word Que…
 
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