Sara interviews esteemed comedian Bassem Youssef and informs listeners on how they can vote on NC State’s campus.
Sara chats with Mia Connell, the founder of We Bleed Red, a student-led initiative to increase access to menstrual care. The two discuss the changing goals of this movement and the challenges it has faced so far.
Sara and Jenaye sit down for their final show of the year, and for Jenaye’s last show before she transfers to UNCG, to play an interview with Pablo Campos about the Post Secret project happening nationwide.
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Sara and Jenaye plug a few local events coming up in Raleigh, then play an interview from a past episode in which they speak with the group Muslim Women For.
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Sara and Jenaye have a discussion about recent political topics such as gun violence in the US and the response to it, March for Our Lives.
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Sara and Jenaye speak with Aashna, a youth board member of Women NC.
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Sara and Jenaye talk to the Muslims, an “all-queer, black and brown punk band” from Durham.
Oak City Move 34: FarmHer
Sara and Jenaye sit with Lexi from FarmHer, an organization that aims to promote and empower women in agriculture.
Oak City Move 33, pt. 2: The Living Room Experience
Sara and Jenaye speak with Marissa Jerden, creator of The Living Room Experience audio documentary.