Samara and her pod producer Cat take listener questions on: how to communicate through a mask, what to do about thinking you're too soft or too loud, how to have difficult conversations with sexist coworkers or pitch old guys who don’t take you seriously, and how to use your voice to get what you want… when you’re crafting the perfect opening line on a dating app.
Host: Samara Bay
Executive producers: Catherine Burt Cantin & Mark Cantin, Double Vision doublevisionprojects.com
Producers: Samara Bay, Sophie Lichterman and the iHeart team
Theme music: Mark Cantin
Rebecca Solnit’s essay on heroism: lithub.com/rebecca-solnit-when-the-hero-is-the-problem/
For more on code switching: thoughtco.com/code-switching-language-1689858
More about Feminist Business School: sister.is/
More about "White Fragility": robindiangelo.com/publications/
More about International Phonetic Alphabet: internationalphoneticalphabet.org/ipa-sounds/ipa-chart-with-sounds/
More about Young Entertainment Activists: youngentertainmentactivists.com/
More on strength & warmth: penguinrandomhouse.com/books/311040/compelling-people-by-john-neffinger/
More on honoring native lands: usdac.us/nativeland
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