Aired 4 months ago 7:43
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Aired 10 months ago 27:11
The Case of the Cutoffs
Eight years ago, Ben found a pair of cutoff jean shorts mounted in a shadowbox. Now, he's on a search for the truth. â€” Ben Riskin quit his law firm four years ago and embarked on a career in podcasting. Ben recently joined Endeavor Audio to lead their business development and content acquisition efforts. When he's not working, he's listening to everything and talking to everyone.Â â€” Special thanks this week toÂ Tracey Baim of the Windy City Times,Â the team at Curious City,Â Ben Rose and Tracey Panek at Leviâ€™s, St. Sukie de la Croix (author of Chicago Whispers: a History of LGBT Chicago before Stonewall), Gnat Carpenter, the team at Third Coast International Audio Festival, and everyone who shared pictures of the shorts on social media. Music in this episode by Jeremy Bloom,Â Little Glass Men ("Procreation"),Â Broke for Free ("Calm the Fuck Down"), andÂ Nctrnm ("Tethered"). Support our work! Become a Nancy member today atÂ nancypodcast.org/donate.Â
Aired 1 year ago 32:08
#54: Definitely, Maybe
To win in Massachusetts, trans activists have adopted a counterintuitive strategy: leaning into the worst things their opponents say about them. â€”Â Dee Rogers (she/her) is a volunteer for theÂ Yes on 3 campaign in Massachusetts.â€”Â Kasey SuffrediniÂ (he/him) is a Yes on Three co-chair and president of strategy at the campaign's national parent organization, Freedom for All Americans.â€”Â David BroockmanÂ (he/him) is an assistant professor of political economy at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is co-author of the paperÂ "Durably reducing transphobia: A field experiment on door-to-door canvassing."â€”Â Kelly Jenkins (she/her) is a teaching assistant in Wellesley, Mass. She hosts the series Kelly's QuestÂ on the public access channel ActonTV. Keep Massachusetts Safe, the group seeking to repeal the state's public accommodations protections for transgender people, argues the existing law puts women at children at risk in places like public restrooms.Â However,Â aÂ recent study by researchers at the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law found bathroom crime has not increased since these protections became law in 2016.Â Learn more about theÂ 2018 Massachusetts Ballot QuestionsÂ here,Â and find out what's on your ballot this November at Ballotpedia. If you, or someone you know, are looking for resources (or for organizations to donate to), considerÂ these ones: â€”Â Trans Lifelineâ€”Â Transgender Law Centerâ€”Â National Center for Transgender Equalityâ€”Â Lambda Legalâ€”Â The Trevor Project Special thanks to Fran HutchinsÂ of the Equality Federation, Columbia University political science professor Donald P. Green, and Yes onÂ 3 campaigners including Dee Moore, Karl Tonge, Pippin Stacks, and Leo Udell. Episode scoring by Jeremy Bloom and Isaac Jones, with additional music by Rest You Sleeping GiantÂ ("Light Lab") andÂ Lee Rosevere ("Small Steps"). Support our work! Become a Nancy member today atÂ nancypodcast.org/donate.
Aired 6 months ago 50:47
263: The Beautiful No & Other Life Lessons With Sheri Salata
I’m here today with a really special woman I can’tÂ wait to share with you. Sheri Salata is a producer, podcast co-host, and theÂ author of an amazing new memoir, The Beautiful No: And Other Tales of Trial,Â Transcendence, and Transformation.Â Sheri shares lessons learned over her 20-year career with Oprah Winfrey, where she served as the executive producer...