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Best podcasts about abortion funds

Latest podcast episodes about abortion funds

Ghost of a Podcast
266: Projections + Horoscope

Ghost of a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 98:19


A listener wants to know why older women seem triggered by her. Jessica points her toward the projected form of the birth chart. The horoscope starts off with lingering effects of the Mercury square to Neptune and continues to feature Mercury throughout the week. Get ready for lots of Chiron activity to spark opportunities for healing.

A More Civilized Age: A Clone Wars Podcast
Bonus: The Kaiburr Conspiracy (feat. Keith J. Carberry)

A More Civilized Age: A Clone Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 34:48


A quick note: This ep contains very minor spoilers for Season 5 Episode 7. As we said in the last few episodes, because of travel and other delays, we're not quite ready to jump into Season 5 headfirst yet. But tonight, we saw an opportunity to keep the feed moving, and we took that opportunity by the horns. Noted Star Wars fan Keith J. Carberry (of Run Button and Friends at the Table) joins Austin to talk about his ongoing crusade on Wookiepedia. And hey, before we begin, close your eyes and answer a simple question: In the Legends continuity, what's the name of the gem that a Jedi or Sith puts into their Lightsaber? While we have your attention, two quick announcements you may have missed. First: We just released a special bonus for backers over on our Patreon! If you've ever wanted to see us play Fantasy Flight Game's OUTER RIM together IN PERSON, well, here's your chance.  Second: Our sister show, the aforementioned Friends at the Table, is doing a two day fundraising stream for the National Network of Abortion Funds. We'd really appreciate it if you tuned in and supported this cause that means so much to all of us. It'll be on Sunday the 3rd and Monday the 4th from 12PM - 8PM EST. Details are here, and you can watch live on Twitch. Thanks as always! Featuring Austin Walker (@austin_walker) and Natalie Watson (@nataliewatson) Produced by Austin Walker Music by Jack de Quidt (@notquitereal) Cover art by Xeecee (@xeeceevevo)  

Stuff Mom Never Told You
Abortion is a Tech Issue

Stuff Mom Never Told You

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 40:15


As we enter a post Roe v Wade world, Bridget Todd sheds some light on the misinformation and disinformation permeating the conversation around abortion, and tells us why abortion is a tech issue.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Square Mile of Murder
115 La Voisin

Square Mile of Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 46:27


In 17th Century Paris, Catherine Monvoisin was a famous fortune-teller, poisoner, and practitioner of black magic. She helped Paris high society with their problems. Her poisons and black magic may have had a hand in murdering between 1,000 and 2,500 people. And then she got involved with a woman looking for help killing her lover -- King Louis IVX. That's where things got messy for La Voisin. FURTHER READING: https://www.syfy.com/syfy-wire/la-voisin-frances-murderous-fortune-teller (La Voisin, France's murderous fortune teller | SYFY WIRE) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Voisin (La Voisin - Wikipedia) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affair_of_the_Poisons (Affair of the Poisons - Wikipedia) https://www.connexionfrance.com/article/Mag/Culture/The-life-and-loves-of-La-Voisin-France-s-sorceress-midwife-poisoner (Sorceress, midwife, poisoner: meet 'La Voisin') https://historyofyesterday.com/the-affair-of-the-poisons-cf31804b3e0 (The Affair of the Poisons - History of Yesterday) ABORTION AID LINKS: https://prochoice.org/ (National Abortion Federation) https://www.plannedparenthood.org/ (Planned Parenthood) https://reproductiverights.org/get-involved/featured-resources/ (Resources & Research - Center for Reproductive Rights) https://www.wired.com/story/guide-abortion-resources-post-roe-america/ (A Guide to Abortion Resources in a Post-Roe America | WIRED) https://www.abortionfinder.org/ (Abortion Finder) https://www.plancpills.org/ (PLAN C) https://www.wired.com/story/telemedicine-makes-it-safe-to-get-abortion-drugs-in-the-mail/ (Telemedicine Makes It Safe to Get Abortion Drugs in the Mail | WIRED) https://aidaccess.org/ (Aid Access) https://www.howtouseabortionpill.org/ (HowToUseAbortionPill.org) https://abortionpillinfo.org/ (SASS) https://reprocare.com/ (Reprocare) https://www.ifwhenhow.org/repro-legal-helpline/ (Repro Legal Helpline | If/When/How) http://reprolegaldefensefund.org/ (Repro Legal Defense Fund) https://donate.abortionfunds.org/give/323375/#!/donation/checkout (Donate to National Network of Abortion Funds) https://keepourclinics.org/ (Keep Our Clinics) ----------------------------------------------- https://square-mile-of-murder.captivate.fm/listen (Like the show? Give us a rating and review!) Join our Patreon: https://patreon.com/squaremileofmurder (Patreon) Check out our merch store: https://squaremileofmurder.store/ (Square Mile of Murder Merch) Get our newsletter: https://squaremileofmurder.com/newsletter (Newsletter) Send us an email: info@squaremileofmurder.com Follow us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/pg/squaremilepod/ (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/squaremileofmurder/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/squaremilepod (Twitter) https://squaremileofmurder.com/ (Squaremileofmurder.com) Music provided by https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary?feature=blog (YouTube Audio Library) and https://artlist.io/Taylor-2050697 (Artlist.io)

Roast! West Coast
S5:E18 - Jen Byard, Communal

Roast! West Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 39:51


The 18th episode of Season 5 features an interview with Jen Byard. She is the founder, owner, and entrepreneur behind Communal (formerly Communal Coffee). They have three locations in San Diego County—South Park, North Park, and Oceanside. Follow @communalcoffee on Instagram or head to www.communalcoffee.com to view the shops and be inspired by the design. Support this show by SUBSCRIBING to the newsletter and choosing the paid subscription at: https://roastwestcoast.substack.com/subscribe Head to www.roastwestcoast.com for show recaps, coffee education, guest list and coffee news. Follow us on Instagram: @RoastWestCoast or Facebook: @RoastWestCoast ROAST! West Coast is a new podcast bringing together a community of coffee lovers in Southern California. Host Ryan Woldt interviews local roastery founders, roasters, coffee shop experts, farmers, green coffee brokers and more about their coffee origin stories, how they've dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, why they love coffee and much more. If you love coffee, entrepreneurship, shopping local and learn how things get made and why things are done a certain way you will love ROAST! West Coast presented by One Wild Life Co. We dive deep into the hyper-local coffee region of Southern California with the help of Industry Legacy Partners including: Ascend Roasters, Ignite Coffee Company, Steady State Roasting, Zumbar Coffee & Tea, Marea Coffee, Mostra Coffee, Cafe LaTerre, First Light Whiskey, Camp Coffee, and Cape Horn Coffee. Plus, Coffee Smarter Experts Chris O'Brien of Coffee Cycle, Siri Simran Khalsa, Executive Director of Lofty Coffee, Jared Hales, Founder and Green Coffee Buyer at Hacea Coffee Source rejoin the show as recurring guests to answer all our coffee questions. Check out NPR's list of humanitarian aid groups supporting the Ukraine here: https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help Support Women's reproductive rights with a donation to the National Network of Abortion Funds here: https://abortionfunds.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roastwestcoast/support

Friends at the Table
Bluff City: America's Playground Pt. 01 (WITH ANNOUNCEMENT!)

Friends at the Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 146:08


BEFORE WE GET TO THE EPISODE THERE IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!!!! This upcoming weekend, July 3rd and July 4th, Friends at the Table will be doing a LIVE STREAM MARATHON FUNDRAISER for the National Network of Abortion Funds!! We'll be hosting the stream over at twitch.tv/friendsatthetable JOIN US 12 - 8 PM ET JULY 3RD AND JULY 4TH! Watch us play some videogames! Listen to us play some ttrpgs!!! Enjoy us not playing games at all for a bit of it!!! We might do a Marielda one shot . . . . ? It'll be fun! Tell your friends!!     The Scamps Are About The unusually mild spring of 1891 saw an unusual craze sweep the length of the Bluff City boardwalks, when the organ grinders found themselves targeted by the city's children in an outbreak of particularly nefarious behavior. The children, moving in loosely organized packs, would fall upon one organ grinder after another. Some would find the cans that contained their tunes removed and dropped off the pier. Others would turn their organs' handles and salt water would pour, improbably, from the pipes.  The organ grinders, by and large, were not much older than their assailants, and as mild spring turned into cold summer, unusual battle lines were drawn among Bluff City's children. Elliot Callahan, discussing this song the following year, wrote: “I know not which young band of voices would raise these verses. Whether the beleaguered grinders - or, in parody, the roustabouts themselves - it matters not.”    The scamps are about! On the beaches and the boardwalks!
 The scamps are about! Send the word along the line! 
 From the bait shop on pacific, in a mob that's quite terrific, Wearing grins that are horrific and demeanors so malign!    The scamps are about! Pouring southward, ever southward,  And they're carrying those sacks they use to make their wicked play! See the organ grinders panic, hear their melodies grow frantic, As the antics of the scamps intensify along their way!   The scamps are about! Is there anyone to stop them? Is there any lion-hearted soul to step into the fray? If there's someone strong of spirit then I'd really like to hear it, Since the beer they poured inside my organ's getting in the way.    Featuring: Austin Walker, Art Martinez-Tebbel, Jack de Quidt, Janine Hawkins and Keith J Carberry   Music & Description by Jack de Quidt   Mall Kids is available at https://mr-matthew.itch.io/mall-kids

The Watch
Colby Minifie on ‘The Boys' Season 3, Plus Why You Should Be Watching ‘Irma Vep'

The Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 63:45


Andy talks about ‘The Old Man' getting renewed for a second season, and why you should give the new HBO show ‘Irma Vep' a chance (1:00). Then, he's joined by actress Colby Minifie to talk about her work as a stage actress (16:47) and how it prepared her for ‘The Boys' (36:51). Host: Andy Greenwald Guest: Colby Minifie Producer: Kaya McMullen Check out the ‘Baranksi BBQ '22' Playlist here. Donate to the National Network of Abortion Funds here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Deep Listens
Episode 175: Floppy Knights is Charming

Deep Listens

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 66:20


In this episode Gino, Pete, and Em discuss Floppy Knights. We discuss the game's unique blend of deckbuilding and tactical combat. We also discuss some of the quality of life features we would like to see if the game keeps getting updated. Please consider donating to the National Network of Abortion Funds: abortionfunds.org/donate If you've been enjoying the podcast, please consider supporting us at https://www.patreon.com/DeepListens If you like our new art and want to commission some of your own, reach out to Tyler at tylerorbin.net

Jacobin Radio
Michael and Us: Socialism with Disneyan Characteristics

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 36:24


The Buzz Lightyear origin movie LIGHTYEAR (2022) has become a cultural lightning-rod in the right-wing moral panic over "grooming." We discuss this controversy (which is ridiculous, by the way), and then discuss the movie, in which we can learn a little bit about how the Disney Company views itself.Support the National Network of Abortion Funds - https://abortionfunds.org/Abortion Funds in Every State - https://donations4abortion.com/The Repro Legal Defense Fund - https://reprolegaldefensefund.org/Michael and Us is a podcast about political cinema and our crumbling world hosted by Will Sloan and Luke Savage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feedback with EarBuds
Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregiving Podcasts

Feedback with EarBuds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 11:25


Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast. Our newsletter brings you five podcast recommendations each week according to a theme, and curated by a different person. Our podcast is an audio version of the newsletter. Subscribe to the newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/cIcBuH This week's theme is Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregiving. The curator is Marianne Sciucco, founder of AlzAuthors, a global community of authors writing about Alzheimer's and dementia. Why did Marianne choose this theme? "People caring for loved ones with dementia are often overwhelmed, confused, and exhausted. They have little time to explore available resources to guide them on their journey. Podcasts are an excellent, easy, and portable way to obtain knowledge, guidance, and support. All of these podcasts are hosted by women who have provided care to a loved one with dementia.” Marianne curated this list for us in honor of Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month. This week's episode of Feedback with EarBuds is brought to you in part by Morning Meditation for Women: Morning meditations created for those who identify as women or anyone who feels called to listen

Let Me Get My Headphones Podcast
Kiara and the gang

Let Me Get My Headphones Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 102:19


The team welcomes a special guest, Kiara Imani, into the group chat to discuss her upcoming memoir, Therapy Isn't Just For White People, which discusses what it means to listen when our triggers speak to us. There, Imani and the crew talk about everything from self-discovery in the form of mental health to being retweeted by Beyonce. A beautiful and uplifting entry point into conversations about racial trauma experienced by young black people in America, Therapy Isn't Just For White People illuminates Imani's exploration into understanding and navigating her own traumas. On sale, August 9, 2022. Be sure to preorder is now available at Amazon, Barnes & noble,  bookshop,  books-a-million, and Indiebound and tell them Let Me Get My Headphones sent you!Find information about clinics and their status based on location at INeedAnA.comJoin the National Network of Abortion Funds in protecting abortion access. Donate to abortion funds today.Preorder Memoir: https://www.amazon.com/Therapy-Isnt-Just-White-People/dp/1735145874Kiara's website: https://www.litriotpress.com/news/therapy-isnt-just-for-white-peopleNorbor beauty: https://lunaparkcc.com/haircare/Therapy Isn't Just For White People is a brilliant debut memoir chronicling Imani's compelling journey to understand the racial trauma experienced by many Black people in America and the underlying effect it has on Black mental health. Through therapy, Imani was introduced to the concept of racial trauma and discovered how her own unrecognized racial trauma affected her mental health, self-image, and worldview.Spanning more than twenty years, Imani weaves together a multigenerational family portrait of her experiences growing up in the south to her career as a young Black professional, where she was often one of the few black people in the room. Grounded in truth and reality, in a series of insightful and deeply affecting essays on race, gender, and identity, Imani writes about career, money, religion, food, health, dating, friendships, body image and beauty, and ultimately, through therapy, her mental health, and well-being.Sincere and inspiring, soulful and uplifting, Therapy Isn't Just For White People is a timely reminder of why the telling and sharing of untold Black stories are central to understanding the pervasive race issues in America. “Hold your head high and wear your Black skin with pride,” Imani writes, embarking on a journey of understanding, healing, empathy, self-love, and taking control of her personal narrative about what it means to be Black in America in the 21st century.

Sleepover Cinema
Bratz Rock Angelz

Sleepover Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 51:11


They're the ONLY girls with a passion for fashion… they're the Bratz, and they're here in full low-budget CGI glory. A commercial of epic proportion, the girls became media moguls AND rock stars, all in under ninety minutes!  Watch the video version of this episode here! We recommend accessing the National Network of Abortion Funds to support abortion-seekers in your state. If you're in Ohio, you can make a donation here. We're also linking here to The Yellowhammer Fund, servicing Alabama, Mississippi, and the deep south. Join our Discord server here!  Special thanks to Joey Donatelli, our resident Bratz expert! You can follow them on Instagram and TikTok here! Check out our merch shop here!  Follow Sleepover Cinema on Instagram here! Follow Hannah and Audrey on Instagram here! Sleepover Cinema TikTok Sleepover Cinema Facebook Sleepover Cinema Twitter More about Too Pink Productions For more details on this episode, go to www.evergreenpodcasts.com/sleepover-cinema! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Busty Asian Beauties: A Supernatural Podcast
Episode 35: Instructions Unclear I Got My Dick Stuck In The Flaming Michael's Sword

Busty Asian Beauties: A Supernatural Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 136:36


Today, Crystal & Grey discuss Supernatural Episode 02.13 - Houses of the Holy. We talk about: the introduction of Magic Fingers, how Grey thought New England was a fake place, and Mama Mary. U.S. Reproductive Rights Organizations to Donate To Funds: 1. The National Network of Abortion Funds takes donations and splits them among various abortion funds nationwide that help pay for abortion procedures or other costs related to abortion. It also has a page to find local abortion funds in your state 2. Indigenous Women Rising provides financial support to any indigenous people in the US seeking an abortion 3. The Brigid Alliance helps book and pay for transportation, lodging, food, and childcare for people who are getting an abortion at 15+ weeks pregnant 4. Holler Health Justice is a POC-led abortion support fund in Appalachia that also provides free emergency contraception 5. Midwest Access Coalition helps Midwesterners with transportation, lodging, and other expenses related to traveling for an abortion Clinics: 1. The Abortion Care Network is a network of independent abortion clinics nationwide. Donations help keep these clinics running. You can also find a member organization here and donate directly 2, Planned Parenthood provides abortion procedures, contraception, and other reproductive health services 3. You can also find a local clinic to donate to through the National Abortion Federation's "Find a Provider" page Episode Transcript: https://bustyasianbeautiespod.carrd.co/#transcripts Give us a Tip! Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/bustyasianbeautiespod Follow us! Twitter: https://twitter.com/beautiespodcast Tumblr: https://bustyasianbeautiespod.tumblr.com/ Email us! Email Address: bustyasianbeautiespod@gmail.com Podcast art is made by cyvvang! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cyvvang/ Redbubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/cyvvang/shop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bustyasianbeautiespod/message

Watched Once, Never Again
EPISODE 41: BELLADONNA OF SADNESS

Watched Once, Never Again

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 55:10


MB and Dax talk about Eiichi Yamamoto's 1973 psychedelic BELLADONNA OF SADNESS, one of the most challenging films they've covered so far. Trigger warnings: rape, abortion, sex, and drugs. Follow the pod on Twitter: @WONApodcast Follow Dax: @daxebaben Follow MB: @mbmcandrews Email: wonapodcast@gmail.com Abortion resources: NNAF (National Network of Abortion Funds: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds?refcode=1milmatch Indigenous Women Rising: https://www.iwrising.org/ The Women's Centers (serves all genders): www.thewomenscenters.com National Abortion Federation: https://prochoice.org/ Fund Texas Choice: https://fundtexaschoice.org/ Among many, many others. Please consider donating to abortion funds and/or directly to local organizations (as opposed to Planned Parenthood) because those organizations are often under-funded (and PP is not). Volunteers are also crucial! When volunteering, please be mindful that your priority should be the patients' safety and comfort. Please do not instigate, or otherwise engage with, anti-choice protestors.

Booze & Buffy
Angel S2E17: Disharmony

Booze & Buffy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 79:18


When Harmony comes to visit, things get profoundly silly. Join us as we discuss Cordy's love of clothing, Harmony stealing Buffy's pants, and Harrison's enduring love of The Banality of Evil! It's Angel S2E17: Disharmony!   Twitter, IG, & FB: @boozeandbuffy Email: boozeandbuffy@gmail.com Abortion Funds: www.abortionfunds.org Art Credit: Mark David Corley  Music Credit: Grace Robertson

My Hero Academia Podcast
MHAP 209- Chapter 357

My Hero Academia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 67:01


Welcome to episode 209  of the My Hero Academia Podcast. This week Kendra (@sniperofmyheart) is joined by returning guests Marion (@microwaevy)  you can check out their podcasts at https://microwavey.carrd.co/ and Zaria (@Zariajones19) from @otakaqueens. We  catch up with our guests on the their feelings on MHA since they were last one (1:13),cover the news (6:16), read through  the official release of manga chapter 357 "Wounded Hero Burning Bright and True" (12:40), read twitter questions (42:37), and answer an email (55:30) You can support The National Network of Abortion Funds here Kendra's other podcast is @haikyupod MHAP Patreon https://www.patreon.com/MHAPod @MHAPOD myheropod@gmail.com www.mhapod.com

Los Harrow Games Podcast
The Player's Club Podcast Ep 102: Highlights of the Steam Next Fest and ID@Xbox Demo Events

Los Harrow Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 186:11


Your ready for this, Playa? Welcome back to the Player's Club! This week, Emmett Watkins Jr and Allan Muir are back to talk about just a fraction of the dozens of demos made available during both the Steam Next Fest and the ID @ Xbox demo event. We talk about everything from old-school boomer shooters to grotesque 3D platformers, to 2D archery games? All that and more are coming at ya in this episode! And in the Whatcha Playin segment, Al talks about their time with Resident Evil 3 and The Quarry and Emmett talks about his time with Nightmare Reaper and Super Stardust Ultra. Timestamps Topic of the Show: Demo Time! 00:17:43 STUFFED 00:21:06 Tinykin 00:30:59 Save 2020 00:42:59 Selaco 00:53:28 Severed Steel 01:02:04 Hell Pie 01:12:09:15 Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed 01:22:56 Midnight Fight Express 01:32:00 REMEDIUM 01:46:53 Mortal Sin 01:55:32 Resident Evil 3 02:08:19 Nightmare Reaper 02:18:19 The Quarry 02:32:35 Super Stardust Ultra 02:51:47 Housekeeping 02:59:18 Housekeeping: Emmett Plays Severed Steel - E3 2021 Abortion is Essential. Donate to Abortion Funds! — Donate via AB Charities (actblue.com) Home (brigidalliance.org) Home | Trans Lifeline In Our Own Voice – National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda (blackrj.org) PLAN C: Learn to access at-home abortion pill options online (plancpills.org) President Obama Meets with the GOP - Key & Peele VGU Plays - Star Wars: Squadrons Part 5: Locating The Starhawk Test Drive: Selaco Steam Next Fest Demo Steam NextFest: | Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed Check out YouTube Channel here! Follow us on Twitter @VGU_TV!

What The F*ck's Up Podcast
Talia Lichtstein & Spreading Negativity (Part 1)

What The F*ck's Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 55:41


In today's episode we are joined by viral TikTok comedian and "Just The Tips" host Talia Lichtstein. The episode is the first of a bigger two-part episode featuring Talia, since of course, there was lots to discuss. We kick off the first 15 mins or so with a virtual intro, where Caitlin catches up with Nina in Africa and we discuss our feelings and general fury over the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Next we pivot to a lighter note by reading out the listeners' opinions on and stories about dating your neighbor. After this, we get into it with Talia! In this Part 1 episode, Talia discusses gaining over 1 million TikTok followers in the past year; going viral on a monthly basis; what it's like to be recognized in public; forgetting that she has eyes on her; and more. Get some relief from the stress of the world and listen to Talia pop off with the strong opinions & hot takes that we all know and love her for. Stay tuned for next week's Part 2 episode where we get into her dating life, the highs and the lows of her 20s, a game of "f*ck yes or f*ck no," and more. Join Well Traveled today here and use code WTFSUP to get $30 off your first year of membership. Donate to the National Network of Abortion Funds here and The Brigid Alliance here (helps support women who need financial help accessing out of state abortions). Follow Talia on TikTok and Instagram @talialichstein. Follow Caitlin @ckny1213 on Instagram and Tiktok and Nina @ninabarnett on Instagram and @ninzbarnett on TikTok. Follow the pod @wtfsuppod on Instagram and Tiktok and remember to rate, review, subscribe, and share the podcast with a friend! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wtfsup/support

Spiritual Successor
Bonds that Bind

Spiritual Successor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 53:35


Abortion is Essential. Donate to Abortion Funds! — Donate via AB Charities (actblue.com) Find out more at https://spiritual-successor.pinecast.co

DIVA DAILIES
"Danity Kane" (2006): DANITY KANE - Track by Track Review | Diva Discography {Part 1}

DIVA DAILIES

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 88:27


Get ready to jingle your keys & boom kack like it's 2006, because we are talking about DANITY KANE!In this episode of Diva Dailies, Angie (@poetrysoul3) and Steffi (@inn_mho) review Danity Kane's debut album entitled, “Danity Kane” (2006). We also share our thoughts on Beyoncé's lead single, “Break My Soul”, for her upcoming Renaissance era.As we do in all of our Diva Discography episodes, part 1 is an in-depth review and discussion on EVERY SINGLE TRACK of the album. We then end our conversation sharing our Top 3 favorite songs from the album, 1 song we'd cut, and the underrated gem. Make sure you tune in next week for part 2 when we talk about the Funky Divas era.Album Info: Danity Kane is the debut album by American girl group Danity Kane. It was first released by Bad Boy and Atlantic Records on August 22, 2006 in the United States. After winning the third installment of the reality talent contest Making the Band in late 2005, Sean "Diddy" Combs and Bad Boy vice president Harve Pierre consulted a wide range of high-profile hip-hop and R&B musicians to work with the quintet, including Timbaland, Danja, Bryan Michael Cox, Rami, Ryan Leslie, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Scott Storch, and Jim Jonsin, as well as Bad Boy inhouse producers Mario Winans and D-Dot. Recorded within five weeks, the making of the album was tracked by the second half of Making the Band 3's third season.*Email us for show notes: divadailiespod@gmail.com*Twitter & Instagram: @divadailiespod*YouTube: Diva Dailies PodcastSTEFFI'S SOCIAL MEDIA:*Twitter & Instagram: @inn_mho*YouTube: innmyhumbleopinionANGIE'S SOCIAL MEDIA:*Twitter: @poetrysoul3*YouTube: Sleepy Nerd ProductionsHow You Can Help Post- Roe v. Wade:Donate to Planned Parenthood Here:https://www.plannedparenthood.org/get-involved/other-ways-giveAbortion Funds Organized By State:https://abortionfunds.org/funds/Google Doc Master List for Abortion Funds in Every State:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T-aDTsZXnKhMcrDmtcD35aWs00gw5piocDhaFy5LKDY/editEPISODE TIME STAMPS:- Housekeeping (01:07)- Friendly Reminder to Review the Pod! (01:25)- Listener Feedback (03:14)- Oscar & Razzie Moment of the Week (04:44)- Beyoncé's “Break My Soul” (12:20)- Opening Discussions: Album Intro (21:32)- Opening Discussions: Who Is Danity Kane? Group Origins? (23:16)- Opening Discussions: Our First Listening Experience & Initial Impressions (24:31)Track by Track Review- One Shot (34:13)- Heartbreaker (36:38)- Want It (40:00)- Right Now (42:38)- Show Stopper (45:38)- Hold Me Down (49:28)- Come Over Interlude (54:03)- Ooh Ahh (56:34)- Press Pause (58:42)- Ain't True Interlude (60:27)- Ride for You (62:06)- Touching My Body (72:21)- Back Up (73:39)- Stay With Me (76:33)- Sleep On It (79:12)Rapid Fire Round- Top 3 Fave Songs (83:40)- 1 Song to Cut (84:51)- Underrated Gem (85:32)- Closing Thoughts (86:09)

Glowing Up Latina
my body, my choice

Glowing Up Latina

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 46:47


In this week's episode, the girls explore the significance of last Friday's decision. From the history of Roe v. Wade to their complete disappointment and rage. No one should have a say in the things we do with our bodies. it's OUR choice, mijas. Sources: - Griswold v. Connecticut (1965): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_rFhjp0XdM (Video Summary) - Loving v. Virginia (1967): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgYwZXMY1Zw (Video Summary) - Eisenstadt v. Baird (1972): https://www.oyez.org/cases/1971/70-17 (Brief Summary) - Stanley v. Illinois (1972): https://www.oyez.org/cases/1971/70-5014 (Brief Summary) - Roe v. Wade (1973): https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/410/113/#tab-opinion-1950137 (Full Opinion) | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqXoQgJezCg (Video Summary)  - Casey v. Planned Parenthood (1992): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8x9DQiMsbUA (Video Summary) - Lawrence v. Texas (2003): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsPngPpSWxY (Video Summary) - Obergefell v. Hodges (2015): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rWSvCNBZxY (Video Summary) - Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstadt (2016): https://www.oyez.org/cases/2015/15-274 (Brief Summary) - Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization (2022): https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/19-1392_6j37.pdf (Full Opinion) | https://ballotpedia.org/Dobbs_v._Jackson_Women%E2%80%99s_Health_Organization (Summary) Resources: - National Network of Abortion Funds: https://abortionfunds.org/ - National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice: https://www.latinainstitute.org/ - SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective: https://www.sistersong.net/reproductive-justice - WE TESTIFY: https://www.wetestify.org/ - Follow us on Instagram @glowinguplatina! Email us some love at glowinguplatina@gmail.com. Visit our website: www.glowinguplatina.com. Listen to the official Glowing Up Latina on Apple Music or Spotify. BLAEKER / Tequila Shawty (Instrumental) / Courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com. 

The Tired Eyes Podcast
Fright Night (2011)

The Tired Eyes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 49:17


Abortion Resources: Abortion Finder: https://www.abortionfinder.org/ Abortion Pills: https://aidaccess.org/ How to use the Abortion Pill: https://www.howtouseabortionpill.org/ Trauma Support Call Line: https://reprocare.com/ Donate to Abortion Funds: https://donate.abortionfunds.org/give/323375/#!/donation/checkout This month's theme is There's My Creepy Neighbor and Courtney decided to pull Fright Night from 2011 directed by Craig Gillespie out of the Body Bag! We talk a bit about how dreamy Colin Farrell is this entire film. We also talk about how bad the cgi is in this flick. Also, Courtney took up smoking 3 packs of cigs a day. Sorry, not sorry. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/support

Le Run Down
#99: Shadoe Huard - Uptempo, The Speed Project, TSP DIY, Community, Coaching, Patients, Competitive, Group Training

Le Run Down

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 96:37


Offers: From Xact Nutrition This episode was brought to you by our friends at Xact Nutrition. They're offering you 15% OFF your order when you use promo code LERUNDOWN. So go to https://us.xactnutrition.com/ (us.xactnutrition.com) and FUEL YOUR GOALS today. From Velofix This episode was brought to you by our friends at Velofix. DM @velofixquebec on IG to get your exclusive LE RUN DOWN PROMO CODE and receive 15% OFF your next tune up. --- On this episode of Le Run Down we discussed all things running with distance runner and Uptempo Running co-founder, Shadoe Huard. He's been passionate about sports since he can remember and used running as a way to stay in shape for his first love which was basketball. Shadoe's enjoyment for running only came later but now uses it as a vehicle for inner growth and personal development. It's even lead him to the creation of a run group that provides all runners with the power to discover and explore their potential through movement. News notes: https://www.duluthnewstribune.com/sports/grandmas-marathon-lindwurm-brings-another-grandmas-marathon-title-home (https://www.duluthnewstribune.com/sports/grandmas-marathon-lindwurm-brings-another-grandmas-marathon-title-home) Show notes: https://uptemporunning.com/ (Uptempo Running) https://www.instagram.com/uptemporunning/ (Uptempo Running (@uptemporunning) • Instagram photos and videos) https://www.instagram.com/shadoehuard/ (Shadoe (@shadoehuard) • Instagram photos and videos) News: https://news.yahoo.com/phoenix-roe-abortion-supreme-court-protests-tear-gas-134242966.html (Yahoo News - Angry Phoenix protest over Roe decision ends in tear gas) https://www.wfdd.org/story/ecuadors-government-has-lifted-state-emergency-amid-indigenous-led-strike (The Associated Press - Ecuador's government has lifted a state of emergency amid an Indigenous-led strike) https://www.npr.org/2022/06/16/1105291030/scotus-roe-v-wade-abortion-law (NPR - As Roe falls, criminal defense lawyers sound the alarm about mass incarceration) https://inews.co.uk/news/mick-lynch-effect-sees-spike-in-union-interest-with-google-searches-up-500-per-cent-1702418 (iNews - Rail strikes: ‘Mick Lynch effect' sees surge of interest in unions with Google searches rising 500%) How to Help: https://donations4abortion.com/ (Abortion Funds in Every State) https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter - Ways You Can Help) https://blacklivesmatter-canada.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter Canada) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZH0xk5FqYJXwymoue-dnjqJEMj3FplF0Om8wdm8HZd0/edit (Montreal-Based Racial Justice Organizations) https://bailfunds.github.io/ (List of American and Canadian Bail Funds) Educational Materials: https://www.reclaimtheblock.org/home/#resources (Reclaim The Block - Resources and Downloads) http://criticalresistance.org/abolish-policing/ (Critical Resistance - Abolish Policing) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYn1EYMdFkqnY2I4I8FzaJoGqEGLdHi6v (Critical Resistance - Breaking Down the Prison Industrial Complex video series)

The Not Your Grandmother's Book Club Podcast
NYGBC: Break Glass in Case of Episode

The Not Your Grandmother's Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 59:57


This Week, with Benedict away on vacation we have another pre-recorded show for you. While the subject matter this week is famously unfunny, we hope it helps distract you from the death spiral of the fascist nation from which Benedict and I send our dispatches.   I would write more this week but I would prefer you check out the links below than read my words.   Thanks as always for listening and enjoy the show!   Become a patron at patreon.com/NYGBCpod   Find this episode on our website at NYGBCpod.com   Follow us on twitter at @NYGBCpod   Show Links:   National Network of Abortion Funds: https://abortionfunds.org/   National Lawyer's Guild Know Your Rights Guide: https://www.nlg.org/know-your-rights/   Half Hour News Hour Clips: https://www.youtube.com/user/HalfHourNewsHours

The Muck Podcast
Episode 130: Post Roe World

The Muck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 65:41


Tina and Hillary discuss the overturn of Roe vs. Wade and life in a post Roe America. Sources: National Network of Abortion Funds (https://abortionfunds.org/funds/) Photos: SCOTUS judges who overturned Roe (https://ewtn.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/062422012.jpg)--screenshot via EWTN States where abortion access would be banned (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/us/abortion-laws-roe-v-wade.html)--via The New York Times States where abortion access would be prohibited/restricted (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/us/abortion-laws-roe-v-wade.html)--via The New York Times States where abotion access is uncertain (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/us/abortion-laws-roe-v-wade.html)--via The New York Times States where abortion access is safe (https://www.aljazeera.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/INTERACTIVE-ROE-V-WADE-ABORTION-3-edit.png?w=770&resize=770%2C770)--via Aljazeera

Michael and Us
#343 - Socialism with Disneyan Characteristics

Michael and Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 36:24


The Buzz Lightyear origin movie LIGHTYEAR (2022) has become a cultural lightning-rod in the right-wing moral panic over "grooming." We discuss this controversy (which is ridiculous, by the way), and then discuss the movie, in which we can learn a little bit about how the Disney Company views itself. Support the National Network of Abortion Funds - https://abortionfunds.org/ Abortion Funds in Every State - https://donations4abortion.com/ The Repro Legal Defense Fund - https://reprolegaldefensefund.org/

Gin & Justice
Legal Brief: June Exonerations

Gin & Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 60:12


It's the last Legal Brief of the month, so you know what that means! Justine and Amanda tell you about all the people added to The National Exoneration Registry."The National Registry of Exonerations is a project of the Newkirk Center for Science & Society at University of California Irvine, the University of Michigan Law School and Michigan State University College of Law. It was founded in 2012 in conjunction with the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University School of Law. The Registry provides detailed information about every known exoneration in the United States since 1989—cases in which a person was wrongly convicted of a crime and later cleared of all the charges based on new evidence of innocence. The Registry also maintains a more limited database of known exonerations prior to 1989."For more information of the National Registry of Exonerations:https://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/about.aspxAbortion Pills by mail:https://aidaccess.org/Abortion Funds:https://abortionfunds.org/

Butch Daily
Happy Pride Butches!

Butch Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 59:44


Your Butch Daily crew reflects on our favorite memories, early experiences, and what Pride has meant to us. Pride is an important part of our history of fighting for human rights and equity starting with the Stone Wall Uprising.  From parade driving stories and the dyke march to the BDSM booth, we've got stories! We know many of you are bearing the weight of the overturn of Roe vs. Wade. We love you and we are here for you. We are in this together. For clothing for all people check out Dapper BoiFor great music from our very own Veronica MayDonate to the National Network for Abortion Funds to support access and travel across the country. 

The Nerds of Color
272. Qui-Gon Djinn

The Nerds of Color

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 81:13


Keith and Dominic are off this week, so Britney has invited her former Black Lightning Podcast co-host Vanessa Shark to discuss the finale of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Swara returns once again to discuss the latest Ms. Marvel. As mentioned on the podcast, donate to the Wild West Access Fund of Nevada here: https://www.wildwestfund.org/ You can also donate to local abortion funds via the National Network of Abortion Funds: https://abortionfunds.org/ Friends of the NOC get their first month of podcast hosting for free when they sign up at https://libsyn.com and use the code FRIEND Get a FREE one-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND five FREE travel packs with your first purchase of Athletic Greens by visiting https://athleticgreens.com/EMERGING This episode is also sponsored by Goli. Use the code HARDNOC to get 10% off and Free Shipping on your order at https://go.goli.com/hardnoc All this and more on Hard NOC Life! Watch it on your screen, hit "play," and check this. Subscribe to all of the podcasts in the Hard NOC Media family on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, NPR One, Spotify, and now on Stitcher Radio! Support us on GoFundMe and Patreon! Buy merch on TeePublic! Subscribe to our YouTube channel! As always, our official theme music is brought to you by the super team of Adam WarRock and Chops.

Radio Rebellion: A Star Wars Podcast
S5 EP9: Review: Kenobi Part 6

Radio Rebellion: A Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 82:01


The Obi-Wan Kenobi show comes to an end (for now?) and we discuss if it was a satisfying conclusion to the story of Kenobi and Anakin. Arezou Amin (Space Waffles) joins us to geek out about that duel, the emotional impact, Reva's arc and much more (Beru!!!). The Amidala Initiative for Equality Texas: https://t.co/RRhzwk30gb National Network of Abortion Funds: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds?refcode=nnafwebsite What Choice? Fundraiser: https://www.gofundme.com/f/what-choice?qid=5b49096693ff9ee897f9d0db8643c1fa

El Taco Financiero podcast
El impacto economico del fin del aborto legal en Estados Unidos

El Taco Financiero podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 18:16


Esta semana en el podcast: el fin del aborto legal en Estados Unidos y el estado de los pequeños negocios hispanos en 2022.Como primer taco, te vamos a platicar como impacta a la economia la decision reciente de la Suprema Corte de Estados Unidos de quitar el derecho al aborto a las mujeres, y como puedes ayudar a quien lo necesite.Como segundo taco, te hacemos una recapitulación de mitad de año sobre los retos que han sufrido los pequeños negocios hispanos desde que inició la pandemia, tanto en Estados Unidos como en Latinoamérica, y cómo podemos tener una buena actitud para crecer nuestros negocios.Antes de comenzar, te platicamos qué tan caro te sale comprar casa vs rentar, y sobre por qué es una mala idea la suspensión del impuesto a las gasolinas anunciado por el Presidente Joe Biden.Puedes encontrarnos en todas las plataformas de podcasts, así como en redes sociales, estamos en Instagram, Facebook, Twitter y en nuestro sitio web en www.tacofinanciero.comEn televisión, también puedes encontrarnos todos los martes en el noticiero de Alejandra Oropeza, en Canal 13 Chiapas. Puedes verlo haciendo click AQUI.Te dejamos los links de diversas organizaciones que ayudan a las mujeres en su decisión de interrumpir su embarazo:Planned Parenthood en españolReproductive Rights en inglesGutt Matcher en inglesPopulation Action International en inglesSi quieres donar a alguna organización que luche por los derechos reproductivos de la mujer, aqui te dejamos el link de Abortion Funds donde puedes encontrar organizaciones en tu region.Support the show

500 Greatest Films Podcast
500 Greatest Films Podcast Announcement and Recap!

500 Greatest Films Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 62:38


Big changes this week as Hector Navarro and Keller Knoblock announce what's next for the 500 Greatest Films Podcast! Plus, they journey down memory lane and recap EVERY. SINGLE. MOVIE they've watched so far. WOW! Follow along with Keller, Hector, and their friends as they tackle a movie a week! And don't forget to donate to the National Network of Abortion Funds right here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds?refcode=nnafwebsite --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/500greatestfilmspodcast/support

I Hope You Suffer
Episode 211: Cruel Jaws aka Jaws 5 (1995)

I Hope You Suffer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 94:32


This week, we're stanning Z-grade Hulk Hogan. Donate to ABORTION FUNDS! Join our PATREON! Buy some MERCH! Follow us on INSTAGRAM! Join Katey's PATREON!

Geekdown Podcast
Episode 287: The Expanse and Blood Blockade Battlefront Still Hold Up

Geekdown Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 69:38


Opportune June comes to a close with another reco revist, this time of Amazon's space opera The Expanse and the stylish horror adventure-comedy Blood Blockade Battlefront. Spoilers: we loved these the first time, we still love them, but we'll tell you why. Also this ep: Last week's Miles Morales as Thor debacle from Marvel Comics, Obi-Wan limps to its conclusion, and all the things we've been checking out including some recently wrapped anime, Coffee & Vanilla, Star Trek Brave New Worlds and more. We'll be off until August, friends! Thanks so much for listening, we say it every episode but it truly means the world to us. As always, get at us between episodes at twitter.com/geekdownpod. Donations are always welcome at ko-fi.com/geekdownpod, but we would also be happy if you considered giving that money to an abortion fund. The National Network of Abortion Funds has all the resources on how you can support vulnerable women at a time when their bodily autonomy is being threatened. Find them at https://abortionfunds.org/funds/ Theme music by Rob Gasser (soundcloud.com/robgassermusic), licensed under (CC BY-SA 3.0)

General Hospital Sunday Shift
GH Sunday Shift: Text Us, Frank

General Hospital Sunday Shift

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 132:53


This week we talk Daytime Emmys and the 15,000 Episode of GH.  We also give our hot takes on Sprina, Eik, Vanna and more.  Tune in.Links to share: National Network of Abortion Funds - abortionfunds.orgRepro Legal Defense Fund - reprolegaldefensefund.orgNicholas Chavez KudoBoard  - https://www.kudoboard.com/boards/6vaEinUN4:38 Daytime Emmy Talk49:05 Recap and Reactions 1:02:52 Performer of the Week1:08:12 15,000 Episode Discussion 1:33:40 Free For All Hot Takes2:02:20 Preview the Week Ahead  

What to Read Next Podcast
#517 A Beginner's Guide to Monster Romance

What to Read Next Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 44:38


This episode was part of the Romance For Reproductive Rights. Thank you, Elizabeth for making a donation to the various Abortion Funds. If you want to donate to one or a few of the various abortion funds, here is an article with a list of various funds. Please note for the next three months, I will donate all of the podcast earnings to Florida Access Network. After September 2022, 20% of the funds earned from the podcast will continue to be donated to the Florida Access Network. Finally, if it's not clear enough Abortion is Healthcare. In today's episode, Elizabeth shares her journey to monster romance. Here are some topics we chat about: what can be considered a monster romance, the great Amazon algorithm, the different types of monster dicks, what is missing within monster romance such as Queer Monster romance, the world of ORCs, and the different types of monster romance. This episode is perfect for those who want to begin their Monster Romance Journey. SHOWNOTES AND BOOK LINKShttp://WhattoReadNextBlog.comMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/hartzmann/sunnyLicense code: 0RDRBKGH6NGQCAXR

Catchupcast
59. The Soup in the Tree is Free

Catchupcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 67:20


You guys like sports, right? Get ready for some VERY dated sports talk as Isaac and Ethan chat about the Winter Olympics! This episode of Catchupcast has it all! Speedy audio! Bean oil! Obtaining ducks! Meme research! We debate sword-wielding orangutans and the chicken waiting in your car, as well as haircut preferences. We ponder Zuck's Future, structuring our lives, the beauty of Lego games, and a mind-blowing bus movie. Oh, and Ethan gets very, very angry about The Book of Boba Fett (or is it Boomer Fett?). The recent decision by the US Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade is a despicable attack on reproductive freedom and bodily autonomy. If you are able, please consider donating to the National Network of Abortion Funds to help in this time of crisis: https://tinyurl.com/3zu29mkj --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ethan-mcatee/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ethan-mcatee/support

The Midnight Myth Podcast
Episode 204: Live Deliciously | The Witch (2015), Esotericism & Medieval Constructs

The Midnight Myth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 70:03


Wouldst thou like to live deliciously? Join us – and special guest Jeff Lippman of Garden of Doom – for a special episode on Robert Eggers' feature-length directorial debut, The Witch: A New England Folk Tale (2015). It's the story of a 17th century Puritan family cast to the edges of the wilderness, where they're met with misery and ordeals at the hands of an evil presence in the wood. Turning against their eldest daughter Thomasin, the family succumbs to doubt, pride, and envy as their worst nightmares unfold. This episode brings delights more sumptuous than the taste of butter, or a pretty dress. We discuss how witch persecution was legally codified in the early modern world, the development of the figure of Baphomet or the Sabbatic Goat, and the ancient and medieval mythologies that connect the threads. — Special thanks to Jeff Lippman of Garden of Doom! Find Garden of Doom and Garden Views on: Apple Podcasts Spotify …and most anywhere you can find podcasts! Twitter — Big shout-out to Black Mass Appeal: Modern Satanism for the Masses for their wonderful History of Baphomet. — And hey! EFF YOU SCOTUS! We are donating our Patreon proceeds this month to the National Network of Abortion Funds. If you don't support us on Patreon, consider making a gift to the NNAF or your local/regional abortion fund. Abortion is health care. Abortion is a human right. Protect people with uteruses. — Support us at www.patreon.com/midnightmyth Check out our merch store for Midnight Myth, Boomerangerang, and Wheel of Ka tees and totes! Learn more, view sources and inspiration, and sign up for e-mail updates at www.midnightmyth.com Twitter Facebook Instagram If you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving a rating or review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/midnightmyth/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/midnightmyth/support

Platform Agnostic
Ep.101 - Roe v. Wade

Platform Agnostic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 29:30


Indiecast is a bit different this week. Kelsey is joined by Courtney of TVLK Ltd. and Fiona of Point In Progress in a discussion on Roe v. Wade, the repercussions of the decision, and how we can take care of one another. ----more---- Donate // National Network of Abortion Funds: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds?refcode=nnafwebsite    Plan C // Safe and legal abortion pills available online: https://www.plancpills.org/  Nurx // birth control without insurance: https://www.nurx.com/birthcontrol/ ----more---- The Six One Indiecast records weekly live on Twitch.tv/SixOneIndie on Fridays at 9PM EST, and publishes to all major podcast services the following Monday at 8AM EST. Want to be a part of the conversation? Join our Discord! https://discordapp.com/invite/SBUcDZk @SixOneIndie | www.SixOneIndie.com Want to catch the show early with the bonus pre and post show? Consider becoming a Patron on Patreon.com/SixOneIndie Money tight? That's okay! You can support Six One Indie for in many ways for free. How? By leaving this podcast a positive review, following us on socials, following on Twitch, subscribing on YouTube, and telling a friend or two about us! Any of these actions can help us reach more ears and eyes. Six One Indiecast is a Six One Indie podcast.

My Little Underground
Dummy The Third

My Little Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 26:32


This week on My Little Underground, Joe Trainor of Dummy returns to the show for the third time to talk up the band joining the Sub Pop singles club with two new singles, "Mono Retriever" and "Pepsi Vacuum". Dummy is also apart of a Bandcamp compilation, 'Through The Soil II" which supports both The Trevor Project and The National Network of Abortion Funds. Joe also gives me some updates from the Dummy camp including the status of a third EP, as well as the vinyl release of the band's first two EPs. Look out for Dummy this summer as they come through your neighborhood with Horsegirl and Lifeguard! -- Through The Soil II: https://throughthesoil.bandcamp.com/album/through-the-soil-ii Listen to Dummy: https://notdummy.bandcamp.com/ Sign up for the My Little Underground Newsletter: https://www.peteraradio.com/newsletter #mlupod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mlupod/support

Living Corporate
Roe v. Wade, Work, and Rebellion (w/ George Walker)

Living Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 48:37


Zach sits down with George Walker, Chief Equity Officer at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, to talk the history of Planned Parenthood, his own journey as a DEI officer, the intersection of equity and health, and the reality of inequity for Black and brown communities in America. Abortion access is in crisis. Abortion Funds helps people get the abortions they want and need. Give to Abortion Funds. Protect abortion funds. It's that simple. https://bit.ly/3OpKOcG Connect with George on LinkedIn. https://bit.ly/3u2Fsvw Interested in supporting Living Corporate? Check out our Support page. https://bit.ly/3egO3Dk

The Daily Zeitgeist
HudsTrend Hawke 6/24: Roe v. Wade, Monkeypox, Stacy Abrams, Elvis

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 23:19


In this edition of HudsTrend Hawke, Jack and Miles discuss the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, it's sweeping implications and the media's reaction to it, the Monkeypox epidemic, Stacy Abrams thinking ACAB means "All Cops Are Broke", and the new Elvis movie! Abortion Funds in every state See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hacks & Wonks
Week In Review: June 24, 2022

Hacks & Wonks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 47:10


On today's Hacks & Wonks week-in-review, Crystal is joined by Co-Founder and Editor of PubliCola, Erica Barnett. They start off breaking down the Supreme Court's official opinion on Dobbs, which overturns Roe v. Wade. They discuss how we got here, the immediate repercussions on Washington and the country, and what we can do about it. Next, they look at the motivations behind Seattle Pride's decision to ask for no uniformed police to participate in this year's festivities. In housing news, they question Mayor Harrell's decision to veto a bill from the City Council asking landlords to report how much rent they charge, and look at what's next for Seattle's Social Housing Initiative now that it's gathered enough votes to qualify for the November ballot. Finally, they discuss the reasoning behind Gov. Inslee signaling that he's not interested in following Biden's lead in creating a gas tax holiday in Washington state.  As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal Fincher, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find today's co-host, Erica C. Barnett, at @ericacbarnett. More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com.   Resources Abortion Funds: Northwest Abortion Access Fund - https://nwaafund.org/donate    Planned Parenthood of the Greater Northwest - https://www.weareplannedparenthood.org/onlineactions/cOJVhOyrzkq4uBcxVekXFA2?sourceid=1000065&affiliateID=091810&_ga=2.195968876.195061633.1656097315-413517584.1656097315    National Network of Abortion Funds - https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds?refcode=nnafwebsite  –--------------- “What the end of Roe v. Wade means for Washington state” by Melissa Santos from Axios:  https://www.axios.com/local/seattle/2022/06/24/end-roe-v-wade-means-washington-state    “Democrats seek to stop hospital mergers that limit abortion access” by Melissa Santos from Axios: https://www.axios.com/local/seattle/2022/06/22/democrats-stop-hospital-mergers-limit-abortions    “Seattle Police officers won't march in pride parade, frustrated chief says” by Anika Varty from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/law-justice/uniformed-seattle-police-officers-will-not-march-at-seattle-pride-parade/        “Harrell vetoes plan to require Seattle landlords to report the rent they charge” by Heidi Groover from The Seattle Times:  https://www.seattletimes.com/business/real-estate/harrell-vetoes-plan-to-require-seattle-landlords-to-report-the-rent-they-charge/   “Social Housing Initiative Pushes Forward, Fact Checking-Harrell on Homelessness” from PubliCola: https://publicola.com/2022/06/23/social-housing-initiative-pushes-forward-fact-checking-harrell-on-homelessness/    “A Photo-Finish for Seattle's Social Housing Initiative” by Hannah Krieg from The Stranger: https://www.thestranger.com/news/2022/06/22/75442679/a-photo-finish-for-seattles-social-housing-initiative    “Inslee signals no interest in WA gas tax ‘holiday'; others skeptical too” by David Kroman from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/transportation/inslee-signals-no-interest-in-a-wa-gas-tax-holiday-others-skeptical-too/    Transcript [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks and Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington state through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. If you like the show, please feel free to leave us a good review. Today, we're continuing our Friday almost-live shows where we review the news of the week. Welcome back to the program, friend of the show and today's cohost: Seattle political reporter, editor of PubliCola, cohost of the Seattle Nice podcast and author of Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery, Erica Barnett. [00:01:02] Erica Barnett: Hey Crystal. [00:01:04] Crystal Fincher: Hey, Erica. Well, it's been a morning. [00:01:09] Erica Barnett: It sure has. [00:01:12] Crystal Fincher: Because the overturning of the Roe vs Wade decision is now official. The Supreme Court, with the Dobbs decision, has ended the right to abortion for women in this country and signaled a potential end to other critical rights that are pretty basic and fundamental. And it's just rough. Where are you at with this? [00:01:44] Erica Barnett: Yeah. I tweeted out this morning, because if you're not on Twitter, do you even exist? I said basically - don't interpret the silence of people who re suffering today and who will continue to suffer because of the end of abortion rights - don't interpret our silence as consent or believing that this is okay. We've been screaming our heads off about this for years and no one listened. And now all of a sudden, everybody is screaming too. Boy, with the way I'm describing this, is way too long for a tweet. I said something much more pithy, but basically - look, I am feeling overwhelmed, but I'm also not in the state of shock that the New York Times Editorial Board appears to be, or a lot of mainstream pundits appear to be, because we knew this was coming. And we knew it was coming long before the Supreme Court even took up this case, and before the the leaked opinion - this is part of the theocracy that I would argue started long before Trump, but certainly accelerated with Trump - an illegitimate president installing Supreme Court justices for life, so I'm feeling - emotionally, I'm feeling pretty numb. But yeah, that is not by any means, it's not meant to imply that I am okay with this, or complacent, or anything of the sort. [00:03:18] Crystal Fincher: Of course. [00:03:19] Erica Barnett: I'm very upset. I'm just so upset, I can't - I can barely talk about it. [00:03:23] Crystal Fincher: Yeah. I think a lot of us are in a similar situation - certainly, there is, I will say there is, some frustration that I feel with people who are shocked about this right now, or even shocked about it when the opinion leak came out. I get how people land there, so I totally get it, but there have been so many people warning that this was coming for years. And this basically became the inevitable conclusion as soon as Trump was elected, and we knew that he was going to be making more Supreme Court picks and making a Roe vs Wade-proof majority on the Court. And so there's - I've also on Twitter, this morning, and have tweeted some stuff about it, been in some group chats about it. But man, I've said this before, listen to the people who are impacted. They know what's coming, they have to be vigilant because they know that they're going to be the people most exposed to the problem first. So yes, they're great at picking up the warning signs before other people are, and yes, they're warning and no, it may not have been on the front page of the New York Times until years later and lots of pundits, especially white male pundits, have downplayed this outcome. But this was so obvious this was coming, and the time to fight against it and to get serious about fighting against it was a long time ago. Does not mean that we cannot still fight and we absolutely need to, but I wish we would get better collectively about listening to people who are in the most impacted, most marginalized groups, most subject to harm - when they warn about things, we need to take it seriously. [00:05:33] Erica Barnett: Yeah, and I feel like what's gonna happen now is a lot of women, and people who take contraception of any kind, have been warning that contraception is next. There's a lot of things that I think are "next" on the list of rights that the Court's gonna try to strip away, but I think contraception is probably one of the very next. And I think that still, to this day, when you bring that up and you say they're gonna start banning the women's right, people's right, not to get pregnant - that people - you get laughed at, like that's absurd. In the same way that the notion of overturning Roe was absurd, maybe I don't know, back in the 90s when it was still, in retrospect, a fairly new decision, 20, 25 years old. It seemed absurd and now I think everything is just accelerated, and I think the right to access an IUD is going to be next because a lot of sort of Christian-ist right-wing pundits and politicians and people in the Court believe that that is abortion. And I won't go into all the details about their thinking there because it's absurd, but that is going to be next. And then it's going to be all kinds of rights that the Supreme Court will use this decision in the reasoning to say - that it wasn't in the Constitution and it hasn't been established law - it wasn't established law at the time in the 1800s and before, so it can't be established law now. It's everything from same sex marriage, same sex relationships, interracial marriage. The list just goes on and on and on of rights that could be impacted and probably will be impacted by this decision. So, I feel like also - in screaming my head off all these years, I have tried to say - it is not just women I know that no one cares about women. That is a well-established right, or well-established fact, that I have seen again and again in my lifetime. But this isn't "just women" and people who can get pregnant - it's all marginalized people who are going to have their rights stripped away because of the reasoning behind this decision. [00:08:00] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, we're talking about the stripping away of a lot of fundamental privacy rights, really, and that does impact marginalized populations. And this occurring at the same time where we basically have a surveillance-based economy is just really alarming, and people are justifiably scared, and harm is going to occur because of this to lots of different people, not only women. And so it is just - it's a challenge. This morning in a chat I was in, lots of people were - this is hard, distraught, and really troubled and furious. And just feeling the whole range of emotions. And someone asks - well, where is our power in this? - and people just wondering what do we do. And I think that's an important question to ask, I absolutely think the range of feelings that people are feeling are entirely justified - this is hard and rough. I hope people have grace for people that they're around because this is just another thing on top of so many other things that we're dealing with that is just hard and unjust and unnecessarily cruel, but we do still have power and we need to exercise all of our power, all of the levers that we have - because this is so critical and so fundamental, and just the beginning of the attempt to dismantle rights and dismantle privacy for people who they just view as beneath them, or they financially benefit from being beneath them. So I think it's important to continue to, at every turn, even if federal action has not occurred and they are not jumping to do that now. They do respond to pressure and if we apply all of the levers of pressure to let them know that this is a priority - we've gotta be in the streets, every town hall, every meeting, every fundraiser - people should be asking - Hey, are you, do you support ending the filibuster, do you support taking this vote? We have to codify it. There has to be a vote. We have to do what's necessary, which does involve ending the filibuster for this and so many other things, ways to protect rights - the filibuster is not more important than that. They should be asked about this by Democrats, by everyone, all of the time. They should know that this is front and center on people's minds and that people are not willing to accept anything less than action, urgent action. And so we should be demanding that of them - organizations who do endorsements should reopen those endorsements - and ending the filibuster, calling for a vote should be a basic requirement for an endorsement. It's a different change in process, but part of the signaling of this is an emergency, this is urgent is treating things like that from an institutional and from organizational points of view. Organizations have to signal that this is a right that we can't do without. Even organizations that are not thought of as women's organizations or reproductive rights organizations - this affects everyone who you deal with - this affects our community, this affects people's financial mobility, ability to not live in poverty, to dictate their own healthcare - everyone should be standing in solidarity. Every organization should be saying - okay, you want support, then these are the basic things that are gonna need to happen. You can choose not to, but we need to put our energy and effort and resources towards people who are. In the State, legislatively - we absolutely need to make sure that our legislators take action to make sure that access is available. We have a lot of areas in this state where there have been mergers - Catholic hospitals, in some cities, are the only hospitals that some communities have access to - who don't provide abortion care. We're gonna be seeing an influx of people coming from other states to get abortion care - those who have enough money to come from other states - we need to be taking action now, legislatively, to ensure that that access is available and that we're supporting just the capacity of our healthcare system to provide that. And Jay Inslee should call a special session to make that happen. He says he wants to, he supports the introduction of a constitutional amendment to protect abortion rights. I think that is a great idea. Even if it doesn't - may be close or they're saying, okay, well, Republicans may not vote for it, it may not hit the threshold - well, let's get people on record and see what they say. Let's actually force the vote. Let's let people know who stands where and what they're voting for 'cause there's been a lot of silence from Republicans in this state. And everyone should be held accountable and everyone should have the opportunity to act to do this and it should happen now. These are things that we absolutely need to do. And being involved just in mutual aid organizations, supporting those that already exist - abortion care funds - supporting those reputable ones that already exist is absolutely necessary. We're gonna have to be here for each other in community like we have not been in a long time, and organizing starts with your neighbors and being there for one another and building that network out. So just there are things that we can do, that we need to do, that we can demand of our legislators that can help protect and fortify abortion rights and access in this state, while we work hard and apply pressure to get them reinstated federally. [00:14:18] Erica Barnett: Yeah, and I think also, your point on abortion access right now is really key, because overturning the filibuster and then getting a law and then getting a law that will hold up in court, given this decision, and et cetera, et cetera is a very long process that has many maybes in it. But one thing you can do right now is give money, if you have it, to local abortion funds. And because I was mentioning to you Crystal, before we went on air, that I used to work at NARAL Pro-Choice Washington - we would get a lot of calls from people who were trying to come in from out of state, from Alaska, from Idaho to access abortion because a lot of states that even do technically have access, it is much, much harder to get a later-in-pregnancy abortion. It has been for a long time. So, if you don't have the money early on, if you don't have the access, if you don't have the permission of your parents, all sorts of reasons. And the fact was that people would call and say - can you give me money to get out here? And we didn't do that - we were an advocacy group - so we would refer them to the abortion funds in the state that have very, very limited resources. And so, the way that - there's going to be, there's this notion that there's going to be a flood of abortion refugees to Washington State, and I think that is true - in the same way that New Mexico has become a refuge state for people seeking abortions from Texas. But the fact is that you can't get an abortion out-of-state unless you have the means independently, or you're lucky enough to get funding from an abortion fund that doesn't have enough money for everybody. And so, if you have money, that is a critical place to put it right now. [00:16:14] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely. Very well said. Absolutely true. We'll continue to follow this. There is also another piece of legislation that has been introduced, that can be taken up in the special session or soon thereafter, to prevent mergers. We're giving our state's Attorney General the power to deny mergers if it does impact access to abortion and other critical healthcare needs. So there are definitely things that can happen locally, there's pressure that can be applied nationally. This is going to take everybody getting involved, it's gonna take ally organizations signaling that this is critical and an emergency. This is literally a life-or-death situation for some women. And again, this is the beginning. This is the beginning of - we've seen laws in other states forcing, explicitly saying that women must be forced to carry an ectopic pregnancy. That's a death sentence. And just people who have no understanding of what basic biology actually is, and how women's cycles work and can vary - and they vary all the time - and applying and attaching punishments to things that happen naturally and that aren't preventable at all is - it's terrifying as a person needing healthcare. And I just - we have to hold power accountable. This is not a - hopefully they get to it. This is a - they need to get to it and we need to let them know that votes are at stake. [00:17:59] Erica Barnett: And can I just say, just real quickly before we get off this topic, that's great that the Attorney General is now concerned to this extent about the mergers of Catholic hospitals, but this is another thing that abortion rights advocates have been absolutely screaming our heads off about for years and years. And it is frankly infuriating to me to see - great, go for it, by all means, better incredibly late than never, I guess. But this is something that needed to happen 10 years ago, 15 years ago. And again, we were told we're hysterical and there's never gonna really be a problem. And there's always gonna be other options you can choose to go to if you're having, for example, a miscarriage and it's an emergency - you can have the ambulance take you to the hospital that you happen to know will actually let you have a managed miscarriage. And we were just told we were hysterical. And it's so infuriating now - and this is why I can't talk about it, honestly, 'cause as soon as I start going down an avenue, I start getting so mad - but this is one that really does piss me off because this is something that was actionable at the State level years ago and the State took no action. [00:19:17] Crystal Fincher: Absolutely justifiable point and I will say to those listening, there's - I'm a political consultant, I work for Democrats - but hearing the mantra "Vote Blue, No Matter Who," just "Vote Blue, this is wrong - Vote Blue." Well, we vote blue to prevent things like this from happening. We vote blue and we elect a president and congressional majorities and legislative majorities to ensure that things like this don't happen, so that they take action to prevent things like this from happening, so that they do everything in their power to keep women from losing this right. And everything in their power does include ending the filibuster - that's within their power - and just being in the situation where it's like voting rights, disability rights, women's rights, healthcare just falling at the whim of one or two Congresspeople in a filibuster - when we see more energy being applied to sometimes more progressive people for rocking the boat. Well, yeah, we're gonna rock the boat if this is where the boat is headed - we've gotta turn this thing around and you have to earn the ability to say - we vote for Democrats so that this won't happen. You can't let this happen. You have to fight with everything you have and do everything in your power. They have not done everything in their power, right? So we have to see that - I'm gonna be voting for the Democratic nominee for president, right? I'm going to, but I'm not going to be surprised at low turnout and bad outcomes, if we don't have leaders who are willing to step up and use their power to prevent real, immediate, tangible harm. And in some cases, death, which absolutely will occur, which absolutely will occur. You have to earn this. You have to act. You can't find it easier to give an excuse than to fight to convince people why it's worth taking this vote and taking this fight on. If we spent as much energy collectively making the case for why this needs to happen, instead of coming up with excuses why it can't, and applying pressure - so at least we're doing everything in our power to pressure Joe Manchin to make it happen, in the way that we've seen other people pressured. And not - well, we'll wait for his - when they wanna make life hard for someone, they can. When they want to apply pressure, they can. They choose when to and when not to, and to allow everyone else to experience these consequences while we're watching people in relative comfort not take action, is absolutely infuriating to people being harmed. They're looking at people, they're like - I hear sometimes - well, why aren't we just mad at Republicans? Trust me, we are. But we know who they are. And Democrats are saying that they're people who stand against this and who fight against this, so we're waiting to see the fight. We need to see the fight. We need to see action now. And I am as frustrated as anyone else by not seeing people do everything in their power to help this, because this has such wide-ranging ramifications immediately. There are several states that have trigger laws that make abortion illegal immediately, or sometimes up to a month in these states. But it is coming and we need action, and we should hold people accountable for taking action. I also get furious about this. You can tell I'm a bit frustrated and trying to moderate the emotion but it's infuriating, it's absolutely infuriating. It's something in a long line of things that are infuriating. Just - I'll leave it there. With that said, there are some other things that happened this week that we could talk about, including - Pride is coming up, Pride Parade is coming up this weekend. We're coming back together in person, it's an exciting time for a lot of people. But we've had a conversation here locally that has taken place in a lot of different cities and countries - in should police be allowed to march in Pride? Should they be excluded from Pride? What is happening here? [00:24:33] Erica Barnett: Well, I would say, and perhaps this'll be an odd framing, but I would say that the police department in Seattle has sort of - Pride has asked, the main Pride Parade organizers have asked, have said that they are not, that police officers in uniform are not welcome. The way that I would frame it though, is that the police department then sort of made it into a bigger story than it would've been by issuing a lengthy statement from Police Chief Adrian Diaz, saying that this is unacceptable and almost prejudicial to not allow this. The sort of reasoning, which may be obvious, is that LGBTQ+ rights were were won against the force of the state - Stonewall was a riot sparked by police violence. [00:25:27] Crystal Fincher: Against police brutality. Yeah. [00:25:29] Erica Barnett: Yeah, and so it would be inappropriate for armed police officers to be marching in the parade and sort of giving a rainbow sheen to the police department. And so that's what's happened - this is the, I believe the second year in a row, there's been a clash over this, maybe the third year. No second year, 'cause obviously we had a pandemic. But I think the police are being a little provocative. They are still permitted and there are many LGBTQ+ police officers - and I think that is something that is somewhat getting lost in this debate and something that Diaz did attempt to rather clumsily to point out - but the issue is not whether those officers are themselves individually allowed to participate in the parade. The issue is marching in uniform and sort of saying the police are big supporters of LGBTQ rights, and so I think that is the crux of the issue. And ultimately, Pride can say what they wanna say and they can ban who they wanna ban, and what are the police gonna do - show up unwanted? That just seems that would be an act of provocation that would be absolutely outrageous and a distraction, I think, from the joyfulness and the excitement of Pride weekend. [00:26:54] Crystal Fincher: It absolutely would be, also wouldn't be a surprise to see that happen. But to me it's pretty simple - given the origin of Pride, it absolutely makes sense that you would not want to have armed officers. It was about literally fighting against that, fighting against the harm that it has caused. I think the community being impacted and harmed has the right to dictate their response to that harm. And I - it's one thing if the police want to characterize themselves as wonderful, lots of people wanna characterize themselves as wonderful. But if a person is saying you have harmed me, you've continued to harm me, you've been a harmful force in my community - that's their thing, that's their right, they have experienced that harm. And this is their community celebration. I wouldn't walk into a religious celebration and say - you must allow different people - this is a community that has been harmed, that this celebration came out of fighting to reduce that harm and fighting for themselves and for their survival. And so why are we not centering whatever it is around the concerns and cares of that community and letting this group force themselves, feel entitled to be part of it? It just seems like - they are being provocative. They're also finding time to meet about this and spending a lot of time talking in the media and everything. Where was this time at, when they decided they couldn't investigate sexual assault? [00:28:53] Erica Barnett: Well, I do wanna introduce just a tiny bit of nuance, which is that - that no community is is monolithic and to say that LGBT people have certain political beliefs on - or LGBTQ+ people in the military or in the police force are not real members of that community - I know it's not what you're saying, but there is a slippery slope there. And I do think that it is important to acknowledge that the people who are in SPD, who are members of that community, do exist. They are legitimate members of that community. And I understand some of the hurt that they are feeling as well. And I don't wanna just totally diminish that by saying - cops are bad and they shouldn't be allowed to participate because of the origin of Pride. But I do think, but again, that is a bit of nuance - I think that the mutual provocations here are around this issue of whether they should be able to be essentially marching in formation, in military-style uniforms, in the middle of a Pride Parade. And I think - let's just take that off the table and say that's not gonna happen. And how are we going to invite individual officers, not in uniform, to participate in a celebration of their community - that's a more appropriate question and let's just leave the whole possibility of cops marching in formation out of it. [00:30:32] Crystal Fincher: I would just say two things. One, you're absolutely correct. The community is not a monolith - no community is - and that's evidenced in the variety of Pride celebrations. And we've seen that, and have talked about that in various ways before. But I do think as the organizers of this particular event, if not legally - but certainly seems like they can legally - but just ethically and morally, they get to dictate the terms of participation. And especially if they feel they're centering the safety of the community that they're putting on this event to celebrate. And the other thing I would say is that I don't think it's always so easy to just dismiss the possibility of the police showing up. People have to prepare for that, because they have in other situations and because that can create harm, it can escalate it. So organizers have to think about that, the community needs to plan around that, people who may be impacted by that do have to think about that. And they have to think about that because of provocations that they've seen in other situations. So it's almost a privilege to not be, to be like - ah, don't worry about it. Because you do have to worry about it - and that's the crux of the problem - that is something that is a known possibility. And that, in and of itself, is its own thing that you have to prepare for that's not that pleasant, and have contingency plans for and all of that, because that is a wild card that could happen. Or some escalation happens, right? So it's - I just don't think it's as simple as - ah, let them be nice. They have a - we see the complaints and the reports and the investigations - there is a history in town here of them engaging in harmful ways, and escalating in situations, and inserting themselves into situations, where investigations of them have found that they have escalated situations. So I think they have to think about it, right? But they shouldn't - it would be nice that they didn't have to. At the same time, your point that there are people in the LGBTQ community, in the Seattle Police Department and others, is absolutely true. And - hey, if they wanna have a Cop Pride Parade, where they're marching in uniform, they could absolutely do that. I haven't seen those, but that seems like that would be a great thing for the police department, if they are primarily concerned with supporting their community and their officers, that they could do. And yeah, I think that's the thing, but it'll continue - we'll see how it goes. Also this week, or within the past couple weeks, Mayor Harrell vetoed a plan that would have required Seattle landlords to report the rent they charge. Why did he do that? [00:34:05] Erica Barnett: Well, this is a really interesting bill, which I covered from the beginning back in March when they first started discussing it, because the original purpose of the bill - and it came from Alex Pedersen, one of the more conservative members of the council - the original purpose was to basically get landlords to provide some information about the rents they charge, in order to essentially demonstrate that small landlords are good and need to be preserved. Because the theory, the hypothesis went that they charge lower rents. And so, during the upcoming comprehensive plan - this is really a zoning bill, weirdly enough - during the upcoming comprehensive plan, they could not make changes that would increase density, so as to preserve these small landlords. So it was conceived as a pro-landlord bill. Then it got support from Councilmember Sawant and Tammy Morales on the left, who are eager to get just this information out there, because it's really hard to know when you're renting an apartment, what the average rent is in that area. You can go on all kinds of websites that tell you all different things, you can sort of look and see what else is available in the area, but that doesn't give you a real sense. And so they were like - this is great, we need more information so that renters can have the same kind of information that home buyers do about mortgages and housing costs. So, the mayor, to answer your question, ultimately vetoed it 'cause he said it was too anti-landlord and that it would've been too onerous on landlords, it would've violated their rights by requiring them to reveal so-called proprietary information, i.e. what they were charging in rents. And that it would be unreliable because people, landlords would essentially just choose to opt-out or they would choose to lie. So, a whole bunch of what I would call very unconvincing arguments. I think the real purpose was to protect landlords from having to to reveal something that might ultimately have caused them to have to lower their rent because the rents they're charging are unreasonable, and it also would've increased renter's ability to have some information parity, if no other kind of parity with the landlords that charge them rent. So, it was an anti-renter and a pro-landlord veto in very, very short. [00:36:32] Crystal Fincher: No, I think you summed it up quite well, and in this time where Bruce Harrell loves a dashboard - he talks about data and wanting to get more information. It seems like when there is a widely acknowledged housing affordability crisis that is exacerbating the homelessness crisis, doing everything we can - and the Harrell administration, all of it, all of the plans and all of his announcements have started with we need to gather the data and we'll get a dashboard up and all of that. This seems like a very basic step to do that. Landlords ostensibly advertise their rent when they're doing that anyway, which was one of the very basic things and I think Alex Pedersen - who is one of the more conservative members of the Council - it sounded perfectly reasonable, and he's taking this step to address housing affordability. I love the - funny enough, it comes down to zoning - as a former land use and planning board commissioner - man, everything comes down to zoning. [00:37:40] Erica Barnett: Yep. [00:37:41] Crystal Fincher: But it's - this was so basic and common sense, and it just seems - wow, we ask a lot from homeowners. We actually require homeowners to give a ton of personal, extremely personal information to landlords. We require people getting rental assistance and other assistance to give a ton of extremely personal information over to government entities and man, what a difference when it just comes to asking landlords to report what they're charging - which they have to report already in various formats - just really confounding and seems like a very clear and bold statement about where, who's being centered in this policy. And where, if we're talking about this housing affordability crisis, where help is not likely to come from. And it's just unfortunate 'cause if this is hard, then doing the actual things to increase affordability are a lot harder than this. So it's just troubling that that was a hard thing, when it initially would've been very basic - received a lot of pushback from Sara Nelson on the Council, and it looks like Mayor Harrell wound up feeling very similarly to Councilmember Nelson. [00:39:12] Erica Barnett: Well, it's very interesting that Councilmember Nelson sort of said several times - well, renters can just go and look on Craigslist or whatever - obviously a statement from somebody who hasn't had to rent in a very, very long time. It is so hard to know. It is so hard to even know what the place that you're trying to rent rents for, honestly, because a lot of times it'll be a range, and it'll be five months free or whatever, and then the deposit is huge. So in comparison - you wanna buy a house - you can go see what it's sold for the last five times it sold, you can see what the asking price is, you can see what the adjacent houses sold for - just, there's a tremendous amount of information. And this information, by the way, used to be available - there was a private company that provided it. And that company went out of business and that is what precipitated this legislation. So there's a long precedent of this information actually being available. The fact that it is not available is a new thing, not a longstanding situation. [00:40:13] Crystal Fincher: Yeah, and relevant to so many people in the City - about half of the City's residents are renters. And so this is very meaningful and very impactful for a lot of people in the City. And so we'll see what the next plan is, but action is needed. Housing is so expensive and continues to rise in and around Seattle and the State. So hopefully more action is figured out, or there are questions brought to Bruce Harrell to say - okay, so what is the plan? If we can't gather basic data, what are you going to do to make housing more affordable? Lots of things are on the table, action is needed - what is going to get done? Also - that we see here - is the Social Housing Initiative turned in their signatures. They exceeded the threshold. What happened here? [00:41:19] Erica Barnett: So this is the initiative to create a public development authority which would, and I'm sure your listeners already know this - I'm repeating myself, I'm sure - but basically it would create an authority that could build affordable housing, publicly-owned housing, permanently affordable housing. They turned in, I believe, around 29,000-something signatures, and they did not get as many signatures as they wanted. So when you turn in signatures for an initiative, a lot of them tend to get thrown out because they are illegible, they have addresses outside of Seattle, they're not eligible voters, et cetera. So they had hoped to turn in 35,000, they got around 29,000. And I think it remains to be seen, and they said this week at a press conference that it remains to be seen, whether that's going to end up being enough valid signatures. They do have an opportunity if it's just a few, or a few hundred, short to go out and collect those signatures. They get 20 days to do that, so this very well could be on the ballot in November. They did say that if they don't achieve their goal this time, they're not giving up, they're gonna keep pushing for this social housing measure. So either way, it's not gonna go away, but it could be on the ballot as soon as November. [00:42:40] Crystal Fincher: Well, and the very last thing that we'll cover super quickly - Inslee signaling no interest in suspending Washington's gas tax, as President Biden has signaled a potential easing of the federal gas tax for a period. What is Inslee thinking? [00:43:03] Erica Barnett: Well, I don't know exactly what Inslee's logic is, but my guess is that, in the same way that the the Biden proposal is not certain to lower gas taxes, neither is a local proposal or a state proposal, and you lose a lot of money. The gas tax in Washington State funds transportation projects and primarily, almost exclusively roads. So you can argue over some of those specific roadway expansion projects, but nonetheless it's a blunt instrument to suddenly eliminate a huge tax resource, without any real guarantee that gas companies won't just further increase the prices so that they make even more profit, since in the same way that this is not Biden's fault - Biden does not hold the main levers to actually decrease gas prices substantially, the oil companies do and they're making record profits. So I think that there's probably some caution about that. Are we gonna cut this tax, lose a lot of money, and gain nothing for consumers - that's a real risk. [00:44:11] Crystal Fincher: That is definitely a real risk and Biden is certainly receiving some of that feedback on his proposal. Gas prices are up around the world, the percentage increases that we're seeing in the United States are not close to the highest increases that other people have seen in some other countries. A lot of this is a supply problem, which easing the gas tax does not allow, and in fact it could make the supply problem a little worse if it encourages more people to buy gas. And it does rob folks of revenue, it does allow oil companies to - essentially if they wanted to - just pocket the difference and not pass along this to consumers. We're funneling this through essentially Big Oil, who is not known for being really generous and magnanimous and they like a lot of profit for themselves. And if anything - man, this money could be invested in helping reduce our reliance on this, to build infrastructure that enables more people to safely and efficiently use other methods of travel for short or long trips or commutes or all of the above. It just is - it's something, but sometimes doing something, even though it is something - if it doesn't fix the problem, why do it? And so I actually think Inslee is right on on this, because it's not actually a solution to the problem. With that, we will conclude today's conversation. Thank you for listening to Hacks & Wonks on this Friday, June 24th, 2022. The producer of Hacks & Wonks is Lisl Stadler - who just had a baby! - and assistant producer Shannon Cheng with assistance from Bryce Cannatelli, and our wonderful cohost today is Seattle political reporter and editor of PubliCola, Erica Barnett. You can find Erica on Twitter @ericacbarnett - that's Erica with a "c", and then another "c", Barnett - and on PubliCola.com. And you can buy her book, Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery. You can find me on Twitter @finchfrii and all those things. You can find Hacks & Wonks on wherever you get your podcasts - just make sure to subscribe so you get our midweek and our end of week show. You can also get a full transcript of this episode and links to all of the resources referenced in the show. We will also have abortion fund resources in the show notes also and in the podcast episode notes. Thanks for tuning in - we'll talk to you next time.

Roast! West Coast
S5:15 - Nick Berardi, Mostra Coffee Company Part 2

Roast! West Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 44:11


The 15th episode of Season 5 (part 2/2) features an interview with Nick Berardi. He is the Head Roaster at Mostra Coffee Company in San Diego, California, and was recently crowned the U.S. Roasting Champion. He'll be competing in the World Championships in Milan, Italy at the end of June. Follow @mostracoffee on Instagram or head to www.mostracoffee.com to shop for coffee. Support this show by SUBSCRIBING to the newsletter and choosing the paid subscription at: https://roastwestcoast.substack.com/subscribe Head to www.roastwestcoast.com for show recaps, coffee education, guest list and coffee news. Follow us on Instagram: @RoastWestCoast or Facebook: @RoastWestCoast ROAST! West Coast is a new podcast bringing together a community of coffee lovers in Southern California. Host Ryan Woldt interviews local roastery founders, roasters, coffee shop experts, farmers, green coffee brokers and more about their coffee origin stories, how they've dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, why they love coffee and much more. If you love coffee, entrepreneurship, shopping local and learn how things get made and why things are done a certain way you will love ROAST! West Coast presented by One Wild Life Co. We dive deep into the hyper-local coffee region of Southern California with the help of Industry Legacy Partners including: Ascend Roasters, Ignite Coffee Company, Steady State Roasting, Zumbar Coffee & Tea, Marea Coffee, Mostra Coffee, Cafe LaTerre, First Light Whiskey, Camp Coffee, and Cape Horn Coffee. Plus, Coffee Smarter Experts Chris O'Brien of Coffee Cycle, Siri Simran Khalsa, Executive Director of Lofty Coffee, Jared Hales, Founder and Green Coffee Buyer at Hacea Coffee Source rejoin the show as recurring guests to answer all our coffee questions. Check out NPR's list of humanitarian aid groups supporting the Ukraine here: https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help Support Women's reproductive rights with a donation to the National Network of Abortion Funds here: https://abortionfunds.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roastwestcoast/support

UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence
Bonus: Roe v. Wade & Thought Work

UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 3:47


Some of you know that I was a reproductive rights activist, advocate, litigator, and academic before I became a coach. So I am sadly not surprised by this decision as the writing has long been on the wall. But here's what I have to say as a coach: The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. How do we meet this kind of challenge, from a coaching/thought work perspective? Today is a day of mourning for anyone who cares about human autonomy and freedom. This ruling is a violation of the rights of anyone who can get pregnant, and in keeping with a long history of patriarchal control over women/childbearing bodies. As usual, the burden will be worst for people of color, disabled people, poor people, and anyone else living in a marginalized identity or a retrogressive state. Thought work is not about finding a “silver lining” in human rights violations. It is not about seeing oppression as “perfect” because it exists. It is about equipping ourselves to return to the fight. It is about increasing our own resilience, to show up for what we believe, even when we seem to be losing. It is about reclaiming our own ability to make meaning of our struggles and our lives, no matter what circumstances we live in. It is about power in the one place that no one else can control: The inside of our own minds. This work is about liberating ourselves from the inside out, so that we can continue to work to liberate the world. So allow those emotions today. Anger, sadness, fear. Cry, grieve, scream, howl. And when you're ready, manage your mind. Choose what you want to believe – about this decision, about this world, about yourself, about your capacity to hold your experience, to find joy, to create change, to help others. Many terrible Supreme Court decisions have been overturned in time. It is worth continuing the fight. If we give up in our own minds, we are giving up on the world. That's how the patriarchy wins. Don't give up. P.S. If you want more guidance: I recommend Episode 31, What About Sexism, and Episode 70, Clean v. Dirty Pain. P.P.S. The quickest thing you can do to help equalize abortion access in a post-Roe world is to donate to local and state abortion funds that will pay for women to travel to states where abortion is still available. You can google to find one close to home or you can donate to the National Network of Abortion Funds here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds?refcode=nnafwebsite Here is another list: https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/abortion-funds-to-donate-to-how-to-help-1351451/ 

Make Out Already
On-Air Love Affair: "The Ex Talk" with Genevieve!

Make Out Already

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:12


Hi Smooches! We have such a treat today. We are joined by Genevieve, who won our listing in the Romance for Reproductive Justice auction with her incredibly generous donation. She asked us to recap “The Ex Talk” by Rachel Lynn Solomon, and we loved this book! We talk about weaponizing incompetence against misogynists, humiliating ourselves via social media, and how much we loved the heroine even though she has terrible communication skills. Spoilers ahead! Where to find us Website: www.makeoutalreadypod.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/makeoutalreadypod/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/makeout_already TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@makeoutalreadypod Merch: https://make-out-already.creator-spring.com Liz's author socials: https://twitter.com/ellediazromance https://www.instagram.com/ellediazromance Meet Cute Bookshop and Fizzery https://meetcutebookshop.com/ They have a great list of books with Jewish main characters here: https://bookshop.org/lists/ahavah-ll-of-em Donate to the National Network of Abortion Funds' Collective Power Fund: https://abortionfunds.org/collective-power-fund/ “Weather Girl” by Rachel Lynn Solomon https://www.therippedbodicela.com/aff/MakeOutAlready/book/9780593200148 “The Love Hypothesis” by Ali Hazelwood https://www.therippedbodicela.com/aff/MakeOutAlready/book/9780593336823 Millennial Loteria Game Gen Z Edition https://bit.ly/3GU9Ux8 “Something Wilder” by Christina Lauren https://www.therippedbodicela.com/aff/MakeOutAlready/book/9781982173401 “Titan” by Jillian Graves https://amzn.to/3N6gqCE “The Hacienda” by Isabel Cañas https://www.therippedbodicela.com/aff/MakeOutAlready/book/9780593436691 “City of Girls” by Elizabeth Gilbert https://www.therippedbodicela.com/aff/MakeOutAlready/book/9781594634741

I Hope You Suffer
Episode 210: Sharkman aka Hammerhead: Shark Frenzy (2001?/2005?)

I Hope You Suffer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 91:03


This week, we're stanning Jeffrey Combover. Donate to ABORTION FUNDS! Join our PATREON! Buy some MERCH! Follow us on INSTAGRAM! Join Katey's PATREON!

Roast! West Coast
S5:E14 - Nick Berardi, Mostra Coffee Company

Roast! West Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 50:16


The 14th episode of Season 5 (part 1/2) features an interview with Nick Berardi. He is the Head Roaster at Mostra Coffee Company in San Diego, California, and was recently crowned the U.S. Roasting Champion. He'll be competing in the World Championships in Milan, Italy at the end of June. Follow @mostracoffee on Instagram or head to www.mostracoffee.com to shop for coffee. This is the 100th episode of the Roast! West Coast coffee podcast. Thank you all for getting this show this far. Support this show by SUBSCRIBING to the newsletter and choosing the paid subscription at: https://roastwestcoast.substack.com/subscribe Head to www.roastwestcoast.com for show recaps, coffee education, guest list and coffee news. Follow us on Instagram: @RoastWestCoast or Facebook: @RoastWestCoast ROAST! West Coast is a new podcast bringing together a community of coffee lovers in Southern California. Host Ryan Woldt interviews local roastery founders, roasters, coffee shop experts, farmers, green coffee brokers and more about their coffee origin stories, how they've dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, why they love coffee and much more. If you love coffee, entrepreneurship, shopping local and learn how things get made and why things are done a certain way you will love ROAST! West Coast presented by One Wild Life Co. We dive deep into the hyper-local coffee region of Southern California with the help of Industry Legacy Partners including: Ascend Roasters, Ignite Coffee Company, Steady State Roasting, Zumbar Coffee & Tea, Marea Coffee, Mostra Coffee, Cafe LaTerre, First Light Whiskey, Camp Coffee, and Cape Horn Coffee. Plus, Coffee Smarter Experts Chris O'Brien of Coffee Cycle, Siri Simran Khalsa, Executive Director of Lofty Coffee, Jared Hales, Founder and Green Coffee Buyer at Hacea Coffee Source rejoin the show as recurring guests to answer all our coffee questions. Check out NPR's list of humanitarian aid groups supporting the Ukraine here: https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help Support Women's reproductive rights with a donation to the National Network of Abortion Funds here: https://abortionfunds.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roastwestcoast/support

City Cast Salt Lake
Abortion Funds, Heat, and Juneteenth

City Cast Salt Lake

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 34:58


Community activist and birth-worker Ashley Finley joins Ali to round-up the news you might have missed this week.  Call or text the City Cast hotline anytime at (801) 203-0137. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter here.  Looking to advertise on City Cast Salt Lake? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads atcitycast.fm/advertise. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Movement Memos
Abortion Funds Are Preparing For a Storm. To Help, “Get In Where You Fit In.”

Movement Memos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 50:03


“We have to be thinking and dreaming and planning really expansively … because when Roe falls, band-aid solutions are not going to be enough,” says Meghan Daniel, a support coordinator with the Chicago Abortion Fund. In this episode of Movement Memos, Daniel and host Kelly Hayes talk about the end of Roe, abolishing police and prisons and how funding abortions builds power. You can find a transcript and show notes (including links to resources) here: bit.ly/movementmemos If you would like to support the show, you can donate here: bit.ly/TODonate If you would like to receive Truthout's newsletter, please sign up: bit.ly/TOnewsletter