New Legacy Radio

New Legacy Radio

New Legacy Radio is a social justice platform about people without children.

Episodes

July 9, 2024 60 mins
Today, on New Legacy Radio, we are honored to be joined by Dr. Adaira Landry and Dr. Resa E. Lewiss, authors of the recently released book, MicroSkills: Small Actions, Big Impact. Dr. Landry and Dr. Lewiss bring a fresh approach to navigating career and workplace stress and share their experiences as emergency medicine physicians. MicroSkills offers a clear, guiding framework of how to take small, intentional steps toward the e...
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Tune in to New Legacy Radio today, and learn about the establishment of Single Studies as a global discipline, with today's guest, Dr. Craig Wynne. Dr. Wynne is the co-editor of the recently released, Singular Selves: An Introduction to Singles Studies. He also wrote the book How to be a Happy Bachelor and has published a number of articles on singlehood. As often discussed on this show, we recognize the ways pronatalism impacts i...
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The emergence of Single Studies as a discipline is both a welcome advancement in education and research and an acknowledgment of the millions of circumstantially single people and those who are single by choice. The ever-present and growing demographic of single people has long been subjected to a lack of understanding and pronatalist-driven, status-quo social stigmatization and discrimination through exclusion from equal rights ...
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The emergence of Single Studies as a discipline is both a welcome advancement in education and research and an acknowledgment of the millions of circumstantially single people and those who are single by choice. The ever-present and growing demographic of single people has long been subjected to a lack of understanding and pronatalist-driven, status-quo social stigmatization and discrimination through exclusion from equal right...
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People who are single and without children, comprise a growing, global demographic, and yet, these lived experiences remain largely unacknowledged vis-a-via the status quo. There is also a common tendency to perceive the emergence of single people without children, as being very recent. This perspective both eclipses historical literature depicting the lives and voices of single women, and furthers the invisibility of every day d...
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On this episode of New Legacy Radio, we will be joined by Dr. Jane van Dis. Dr. van Dis is an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Rochester and lectures internationally on the intersection of the climate crisis and women's maternal health. Dr. van Dis will share her breadth of knowledge and experience, including the climate crisis and the carbon footprint of medicine, the presence and impact of mi...
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In today’s episode we will discuss the research initiatives of Kim Martinez Phillips, who is a PHD Candidate in Sociology. She is studying cultural representations of single women in film, and is currently interviewing single, never-married, childfree women of color, for her dissertation research. We welcome her representational insight and the valued experiences of interviewees. We will also touch on her recent research around th...
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Today, on New Legacy Radio, we are honored to be joined by Dr. Adaira Landry and Dr. Resa E. Lewiss, authors of the recently released book, MicroSkills: Small Actions, Big Impact. Dr. Landry and Dr. Lewiss bring a fresh approach to navigating career and workplace stress and share their experiences as emergency medicine physicians. MicroSkills offers a clear, guiding framework of how to take small, intentional steps toward the e...
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In today's episode, we will discuss the globalization and evolution of Reproductive Technologies (ARTs). We will also address the social implications of reproductive technologies. We are honored to have Dr. Marcia C. Inhron here to share insight and expertise based on her decades-long focus on infertility and ARTs. Dr. Inhorn is a medical anthropologist specializing in gender, religion, and reproductive health issues, and the Wil...
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In previous episodes, we have addressed the rise of pronatalist extremism and the potential threats posed and faced by people without children, globally. This extremism is an integral part of the ideology driven by white supremacy and fueled right-wing conspiracies, and relates directly to the focus of our show today. In this episode we are honored to have Julie Farnam as our guest. Julie is the author of the newly released book, ...
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People who are single and without children, comprise a growing, global demographic, and yet, these lived experiences remain largely unacknowledged vis-a-via the status quo. There is also a common tendency to perceive the emergence of single people without children, as being very recent. This perspective both eclipses historical literature depicting the lives and voices of single women, and furthers the invisibility of every day d...
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In this episode, we will discuss how to implement authentic Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives. What is required to move from the intentions toward racial equity and with DEI initiatives to actualize meaningful impact? We are honored to have Malia Lazu as our guest, to address this question, and much more. Ms. Lazu is a tenured strategist in diversity inclusion, and author of From Intention to Impact: A Practical G...
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Tune in to the first episode in our new series, Menopause in Focus. In this series, we will discuss the range of menopausal onset and experiences, at different life stages, the missing and missed conversations prior to menopause, and the emerging awareness of the menopause in the workplace, and beyond. We will also delve into postmenopausal experiences, aging, and advocacy, which shares the lived experiences and impact of the sympt...
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In today's episode, we will discuss the globalization and evolution of Reproductive Technologies (ARTs). We will also address the social implications of reproductive technologies. We are honored to have Dr. Marcia C. Inhron here to share insight and expertise based on her decades-long focus on infertility and ARTs. Dr. Inhorn is a medical anthropologist specializing in gender, religion, and reproductive health issues, and the W...
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In this episode, we will discuss how to implement authentic Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives. What is required to move from the intentions toward racial equity and with DEI initiatives to actualize meaningful impact? We are honored to have Malia Lazu as our guest, to address this question, and much more. Ms. Lazu is a tenured strategist in diversity inclusion, and author of From Intention to Impact: A Practical G...
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Tune in to the first episode in our new series, Menopause in Focus. In this series, we will discuss the range of menopausal onset and experiences, at different life stages, the missing and missed conversations prior to menopause, and the emerging awareness of the menopause in the workplace, and beyond. We will also delve into postmenopausal experiences, aging, and advocacy, which shares the lived experiences and impact of the sympt...
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Whether it is your own experience, or that of someone you know, the dismissal of symptoms, minimization of pain, failure to diagnose or incorrect diagnoses, and other medical oversight have caused often irreparable physical issues, and prolonged pain and symptoms, in the gynecological world. The high incidents and often life-long impact of medical care, absent of patient autonomy, remains prevalent with respect to gynecological di...
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People who are single and without children, comprise a growing, global demographic, and yet, these lived experiences remain largely unacknowledged vis-a-via the status quo. There is also a common tendency to perceive the emergence of single people without children, as being very recent. This perspective both eclipses historical literature depicting the lives and voices of single women, and furthers the invisibility of every day d...
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Around the world, there is a growing number of single people, without children, who are largely unacknowledged politically, and continue to experience social and policy exclusion. Today, we will be in conversation with Donna Ward, who is a leading advocate and activist for single women without children, in Australia, and globally. Donna is a celebrated author and former publisher, and her previous careers include being a psychot...
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Despite the deeply personal nature of our reproductive experiences, women in particular, continue to face external restrictions, limiting or erasing our rights to bodily autonomy. For women without children, there is further backlash, ranging from a lack of social acceptance to outright harassment on social media, and misrepresentation and a lack of true narratives in the media, to having our very lives and the terminology we use...
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