This week Ashley Nicole Black (@ashleyn1cole) joined Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to talk about her own experiences as a writer and an academic and pass out some advice along the way. They began by talking about the changes to comedy in the age of widespread “wokeness.” They covered broader social issues, and eventually got on a more personal level: the pressure to become a mother, and what it means to reject it. Ashley offered a potential solution to the jealousy and resentment women sometimes feel when they’re pitted against each other. Finally, Ashley had a suggestion for white people who think they need to have some black friends.
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The typical American family holiday can be characterized by the three F’s: food, family, and football. This week Ana Marie Cox and Mina Kimes discuss the intersections of sports and politics, and why football isn’t the safest dinner table topic anymore.
Nearly 30% of registered voters are Republican, but almost half of them don’t support Trump as of 2018. What happens to the other half? This week Amanda Carpenter joins Ana Marie Cox to discuss being in the other half, and the split in the Republican party.
Eric Holthaus joins Ana Marie Cox to discuss being a meteorologist in a time where climate change has reached both a critical point scientifically and politically. Tune in to see how you can fight your existential dread concerning global warming and come up with your own solutions.
Live from the 6th Annual Women Rule Summit in D.C.! In this episode, Anna Palmer and Ana Marie Cox speak to Piper Perabo about going from actress to activist. Piper shares her journey from wanting to help, to being willing to get arrested for what she believes in. They talk about what it means to really be an ally, and how to listen and help those who are marginalized without taking over their causes.
This week Dr. Carol Anderson joins Ana Marie Cox to talk about current events in the context of her new book, One Person, No Vote. They cover an intensive history of voting rights and the violence in those battles. Dr. Carol Anderson clarifies the lie that is the American dream, and discusses with Ana the work that needs to be done by White people to stop the onslaught of violence that People of Color face day in and day out.