Podcast #56: Shea Moisture, Black Representation & Science

In this week’s episode we discuss the newest gaffe by Shea Moisture as well as the opportunities and pitfalls of Black creators making films about the struggles of Black lives within the US criminal justice system. In the second segment we challenge the objectivity of science, as seen in the case of Henrietta Lacks, as well as the lack of diversity at the Marches for Science. We end, as always, with the things we’re excited about and looking forward to. Tune in!

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By Chantel C

Activist | Blogger | Facilitator | In the struggle against racism & homophobia

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