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"pranay brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"pranay brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Home or you just want to use your brain to think about something other than you know coming up on the show today bestselling author speaker and now podcast host Pranay brown will be here her new podcast is called unlocking us and it is perfect for this moment plus we'll speak to the author of hidden valley road a fascinating account of a family plagued by schizophrenia and how their DNA has helped researchers and will take a minute to meditate together sixty seconds of mental space is on the plan for today we will get to all of it but first on March twenty second nineteen seventy two the equal rights amendment was passed by Congress from there it went on to the states for what seemed like could be a swift ratification process and then well Phyllis Schlafly happened a new series from FX Primera on Hulu called Mrs America is a fictionalized account of Schlafly's ability to mobilize conservative women in this country to fight the RA all while sort of ironically feeding her own ambition and acting a bit like a feminist except for that torpedoing an amendment to secure equal white rights thing the series Mrs America stars Cate Blanchett is Phyllis Schlafly as she lunges and parries with the leaders of the women's liberation movement Gloria Steinem played by rose Byrne Shirley Chisholm played by it was overdue by Betty free downplayed by Tracey Ullman and Bella Abzug played by Margot Martindale the nine part series doesn't take the binary hero villain arc it's more nuanced than that showrunner and writer W. Waller does not shy away from tackling the issues and divisions within the feminist movement is unafraid to explore the motivations of the women involved in stock E. R. A. it's a story of political maneuvering a history lesson and a reminder that the experiences and opinions of women never have and never will be monolithic Mrs America premieres on Hulu on April fifteenth and here's a little preview featuring Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly I am not against women I am not against women working outside the whole but what I am against is the women's liberation movement we need to get the word out quickly we want the right to be a mother the right to be a white delivers one to create a sex neutral to tell me you know what you're saying our movement is about fighting the oppression of all women we do not want housewives thinking that we are against them we are against the Aleutians how long are we supposed to wait how much time do we get people to adapt to change the other one is kind of waiting creator and showrunner Davi Waller.

Pranay brown Congress Phyllis Schlafly Hulu Mrs America Cate Blanchett Gloria Steinem Shirley Chisholm Tracey Ullman Bella Abzug Margot Martindale W. Waller Betty free writer Davi Waller
"pranay brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"pranay brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"She does it for free for a big company she charges up to two hundred thousand dollars a speech because here's the bottom line why you what what has clicked why are people listening to your message I think it's just be truthful your lessons your message is based on data it's not just you sitting up there saying I've I think this I think that this is all the data driven it is it's frustrating because I don't the data don't say what I want to say I want vulnerability to be an intellectual pursuit I don't want to be about feelings and emotions and vulnerability and the data says it's about feelings and emotion vulnerability and self love and how you talk to yourself and self kindness and self compassion and step that I'm not great at actually brown and her husband Steve a pediatrician would have been married for twenty six years also a native Texan he wasn't interested in an interview what was happy to show us around lake Travis where they have a vacation home on that boat ride brown told us about a momentous decision she made not long after they were married I was in my last semester of graduate school and I had to do a junior Graham which is like a it's like a map you draw of your family where the lines me different things and and so I called my mom and I was like Hey can you help me with this Jimmy Graham over the phone she's like dead cirrhosis of the liver dead alchemy I was like oh my god she's a family tree in the drunks fallout like what's happening here so I just said that's it I have seen a quit smoking and quit drinking then on the same day same day Renee brown speaks and writes very openly about her sobriety her marriage to Steve and how they have parented their daughter and son who are now twenty and fourteen that vulnerability but especially as her fame grows there are limits to brown calls them boundaries comedian Amy Poehler gave that idea a funny twist when she invited brown to do a cameo in the movie she directed wine country you're not gonna believe was in this restaurant you'll never guess share no no no ready right of course they can't resist interrupting her dinner how can I be generous and my assumptions of others when I hate most people go and here's the thing we can't be generous toward other people without boundaries yes spring day yes it's easy to miss but the two women sitting to brown's right in that scene are her real life friends Laura Mayes and Karen Waldron do people actually come up to were like she's their best friend yeah she gets a lot yeah she gets a lot of I was afraid to come up to speak you by Pranay brown would tell me these courageous so I've just me being courageous to come up and speak yeah yeah and it does she go boundaries yes you have been thinking a lot about why the work resonates and I think what people want the Moses they they they don't want the lessons they want to see me struggling with the lessons they're still struggling oh god yeah the teacher is learning still I hope yeah I have the worst poster person for vulnerability in the world like yeah I've I'm still struggling I try to be honest about how hard it is you know and and that I think it's worth it love about Cairo radio you can take with you any place any time the Cairo radio app the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step children international we note that the journey to end poverty for good begins first with the child it starts with the first checkout less to John that journey takes commitment from people like you and me thirty four learn more at children dot org in her shoes is a nonprofit that brings high school girls together with professional women through summits workshops and mentorships provide guidance and young girls grow and develop not only and and people founder Judith Martinez says the group helps young women push aside here to explore their true passions by asking the question what would it be like if I were really living the life and if I weren't really taking them and maybe or in sentencing that I wanted were living there right that I'm really passionate about what would it be like to be in Hershey she says the LA based charity has touched thousands of lives and it's Seattle branch that opened in the past year is already taking off that's why Bonneville Seattle.