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Host Josie Rodriguez-Bouchier, a queer, non-binary, Latinx fertility acupuncturist, supports queer, trans, and non-binary folks in becoming pregnant. Through information-loaded episodes and compelling interviews with guest experts, The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is a place where we can relax and bring our Whole Selves to the conversation of fertility, identity, and our creative power.
 
'Intersectionality with Nephtali' are my conversations with friends breaking down how race, class, gender, sexuality, and spirituality overlap to create our individual experiences. When we understand how different identity categorizations intertwine we allow others to live in the full tapestry of who they are. We don't exist in boxes! Life is not black and white, we all fall somewhere in the the many shades of grey. Join me, Nephtali Navarro, as an Afro-Latino, Millennial, a Queer Person of ...
 
Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a trans-inclusive and intersectional feminist show, featuring musicians from different genres. Listeners get to enjoy good convo, insights into the creative mind and community, and some great tunes picked by the guests themselves! Each guest adds their own perspective on the songwriting process and industry, along with personal stories... Plus you get to hear some great tunes, handpicked by the guests!
 
Mike and Emily provide international perspectives on Disney fandom - with the guy a British would-be voice actor, and the girl a Portland, Oregon-based art nerd, who knows what conclusions these two will come to on the whole variety of subjects planned for the podcast - only time, and bandwidth, will tell.
 
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Sara Ceiba Flores wants to disrupt the cis-het lens of family building. They are a queer, multi-gendered, Two-Spirit human, Registered Nurse, Certified Nurse Midwife, and Nurse Practitioner. They are also a parent who queerceived twice via at-home IUI, a home miscarriage-er, and a home live term birther. All this to say, Sara has an immense amount …
 
Josie talks with Jamee Pineda, a hilot binabaylan, acupuncturist, and Chinese Medicine practitioner, whose practice is informed by his identity as a queer, trans, non-binary, Tagalog person living in the US. Josie and Jamee talk decolonizing food, honoring ancestry, paying reparations, and building a safer queer community as practitioners of ancien…
 
Living in a “rest and relax” mode is key to conceiving successfully. In this episode, Josie shares their ten favorite techniques to instantly reduce stress and anxiety and fill your mind and body with feelings of peace and calm. You can use these tools anytime, anywhere to clear stress hormones from your body faster than any drug. All content offer…
 
Gabby Rivera, award-winning author of Juliet Takes a Breath, and host of the podcast Joy Revolution, joins Josie to talk about the challenges and joys of her solo queer babymaking journey. Plus, how do cannabis, weight, and stress affect fertility? (Hint: one of these might surprise you.)โดย Josie Rodriguez-Bouchier
 
When we think about the history of Black athletic resistance, we don't tend to think of Black women athletes like Wyomia Tyus, Rose Robinson, or Wilma Rudolph, who have all taken great risks to speak out against racial injustice. On this episode, Kimbelé is joined by Layshia Clarendon and Sydney Colson of the WNBA, Demario Davis of the New Orleans …
 
“If you want to cause a revolution, everyone needs to have a little anal pleasure.” Listen in as Josie talks with non-binary, Latinx sexological bodyworker and midwife, Pati Garcia, about queer pleasure anatomy and anal breathing to undo trauma and increase fertility, plus bonus tips to help top surgery scars heal faster.…
 
On today’s episode, Kimberlé and a group of leading champions for equitable healthcare take us behind the “white coat” of medical racism, and explore its disproportionate impact on Black women and girls. Guests share their own stories being mistreated and ignored as patients, and reflect on the struggles they’ve endured as Black woman doctors worki…
 
Do you wonder if there are certain foods you can eat to boost your fertility? Each phase of your cycle needs different nutrients to optimize your fertility. Josie shares what to eat during each phase of the cycle to increase your chances of conceiving. All content offered through The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is created for informational pur…
 
The murder of 15-year-old Latasha Harlins by Soon Ja Du, a convenience store owner in 1991 became one of the flashpoints for the LA uprisings the following year. Yet while Latasha’s killing happened just 13 days after the Rodney King beating, her story garnered little lasting attention. On this episode of Intersectionality Matters, Kimberlé sits do…
 
Josie talks with writer and full-spectrum birthworker Jennifer Molina about accessing our fertile essence through writing, and what compels us to share our stories, especially as queer people of color. Plus, a surprise poetry reading and liberatory writing prompts.
 
With Bryan Stevenson, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Ruha Benjamin, and David BlightIn the second half of a two-part episode on the stories that shape our understanding of America, Kimberlé Crenshaw and special guests explore the ways that film and other technologies have reproduced and popularized these dominant stories. The episode examines Hollywood’s role …
 
The number one thing people get wrong about their fertility is thinking they can’t change the fertile environment in their body. Josie dives into the best practices and methods for improving fertility and eliminating reproductive issues on your queer journey to conceiving. All content offered through The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is created …
 
Josie talks about their journey to queerness, reclaiming their Latinx heritage, uncovering their authentic self through their Fertile Essence, and their mission to recenter queer, trans, and non-binary folks in reproductive healthcare. Welcome to the Intersectional Fertility Podcast.
 
In part one of a special two-part episode that asks, “What’s the story of America, and how can it be told differently?” Kimberlé Crenshaw sits down with a panel of esteemed thinkers and storytellers to examine the origins, implications and failings of America’s grand narratives. The conversation delves into the stories that drove the January 6th at…
 
Subscribe to Nephtali and Alexis new podcast on Spotify and Anchor. As well as on Youtube: Intersectionality with Nephtali. They discuss what it means to be a prophet in the 21st century. Nephtali and Alexis are intersectional individuals who are affirming and inclusive. Email us at intersectionality.wnephtali@gmail.com Nephtali can be found on Ins…
 
Nephtali and Amanda have an informative episode about COVID-19 and the vaccine with Dr.Chidi. Dr.Chidi is an eight year MD-phd student at Harvard Med. As always there’s some foolishness from Nephtali’s behalf, great conversation on Pan Africanism, and Dr.Chidi shares wonderful cultural gems. Dr.Chidi can be found on Instagram and Twitter under the …
 
Nephtali and Amanda have one of the best conversations on the podcast with Bishop Keith McQueen. Bishop McQueen shares his personal stories, intersectionality concepts, and pure wisdom. Bishop Keith McQueen can be found on Instagram @bishopkeithmcqueen and Facebook Keith McQueen. For more information regarding Bishop's organization "Powerhouse Glob…
 
Nephtali and Amanda coined a medical term to a metaphorical term, "Savior Sibling" to discuss older sibling savior complex and the cause & effect it has toward their younger siblings relationship. We're finally on Youtube, check us out- like, subscribe, and share. Amanda can be found on Instagram @amfpete, on Facebook: Amanda Flowers Peterson Email…
 
In this post-inauguration roundtable, Kimberlé and her guests grapple with the events of the past month, and contemplate the crossroads that the country now finds itself in. As we prepare for four years of Democratic leadership, how must we organize ourselves in order to fight for a more just future, rather than merely a return to the past? And wha…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by a panel of veteran UTB guests to unpack the learnings from a year of pandemic, political revolution, and purported racial reckoning. and to help envision a path forward as our nation reels in the aftermath of a white supremacist insurrection. As the panelists contextualize the events of January 6th through a c…
 
Nephtali and Amanda spoke about recent event regarding Capitol Hill. Amanda spear lead a great discussion about anti-blackness. Amanda can be found on Instagram @amfpete, on Facebook: Amanda Flowers Peterson Email Nephtali at intersectionality.wnephtali@gmail.com Nephtali is on Instagram, @nephtali_navarro Donate via cashapp $nephito or PayPal: int…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by a panel of scholars and civil rights leaders to explore the impact of the Trump administration’s “Equity Gag Order,” and the president’s crusade against racial justice and gender equity. The conversation includes insights from leaders of the National Fair Housing Alliance and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund about…
 
After perhaps the most important election of our lifetimes, the real work begins. On this episode, Kimberlé sits down with a brilliant group of political thinkers and leaders to analyze the 2020 election and the challenges that remain. The discussion includes insights as to how local organizers turned Georgia blue for the first time in a generation…
 
Nephtali had a Kiki with his big sister Anthony. In this episode they discussed about one's purpose and Christianity from a Holy Ghost filled queer lens. Anthony is on Facebook Anthony is on Instagram, @anthonylhare @flowersbyanthony Be on the lookout for Anthony's nonprofit, "Abba's Table." Email Nephtali at intersectionality.wnephtali@gmail.com (…
 
In this “barbershop edition” of Intersectionality Matters, which was recorded live on October 28th, Kimberlé is joined by a panel of activists, scholars, and writers to discuss, patriarchy, misogynoir, and why a small but meaningful minority of Black men, including prominent celebrities like 50 Cent and Ice Cube, are choosing to support President T…
 
On this Black Girl Roundtable, Kimberlé is joined by Rep. Barbara Lee, Alicia Garza, Kirsten West Savali, and Barbara Arnwine for a dynamic conversation about the Vice Presidential debate, vote suppression, Trump's increased popularity with men of color, and the gentrification of the Democratic Party.With: BARBARA ARNWINE - President and Founder, T…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé speaks with six leading scholars about the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Court’s largely undersung role in the battle for our democracy, and the profound consequences of the Left’s failure to prioritize the courts over the last several decades.With:DEVON CARBADO - Professor of Law, UCLA; Author, …
 
On this episode, Kimberlé Crenshaw is joined by Dina Wright Joseph, director of AAPF’s Young Scholars Program, a leadership pilot program designed to develop a new generation of intersectional researchers and to build community. Featuring the voices of 12 Black women from universities around the country, this episode explores the profound impact th…
 
On this episode, six leading politicians, cultural critics, and political activists come together to discuss politics, Kamala Harris' historic vice presidential candidacy, and the intersection of racism and sexism in the 2020 election. With:BARBARA ARNWINE - President and Founder, Transformative Justice CoalitionDONNA BRAZILE - Veteran Democratic p…
 
On this episode, Kimberlé Crenshaw is joined by the revolutionary and genre-defying writers N.K Jemisin and Saidiya Hartman, whose work demands a radical reimagination of our present by archiving and writing the violence of the past into imaginations of a limitless future. By inserting Black women into narrative spaces that they have largely been w…
 
On this installment of Under the Blacklight, Kimberlé Crenshaw sits down with Rep. Ayanna Pressley, Rep. Barbara Lee, and State’s Attorney Kim Foxx to discuss their experiences at the intersection of grassroots activism and electoral politics. Together, they speak about the mothers who raised them, the work they're doing to combat the twin pandemic…
 
As the vicious spike in COVID’s case count rocks the nation, this installment of “Under the Blacklight” focuses on the off-staging of race after weeks of protests about racial injustice. We ask: What has become of the supposed reckoning with white supremacy since George Floyd’s death? After weeks of uncovering the legacies of racism, are we at the …
 
On this installment of "Under the Blacklight," the mothers and sisters of the #SayHerName Movement -- Fran Garrett, Rhanda Dormeus, Maria Moore, Sharon Cooper, Gina Best, and Sharon Wilkerson -- join Kimberlé Crenshaw for a very special episode. Through telling the stories of their loved ones, the women weave together the experiences that bring the…
 
On September 5, 2015, India Kager and Angelo Perry drove to Virginia Beach to introduce their 4-month-old baby Roman, to Angelo’s family. Unbeknownst to them, Virginia Beach police were tailing their car and while India, Angelo, and Roman were parked at 7/11, a SWAT team threw a flash bang grenade and opened fire on their car. 4 officers fired over…
 
Alicia Garza, Robin D.G. Kelley, Devon Carbado, Maria Moore, and special guest AG Keith Ellison join Kimberlé Crenshaw for an emergency episode of “Under the Blacklight”, the 10th in the series, to address this historic moment of social and political mobilization ignited by George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police just two weeks ago.…
 
Nephtali and Amanda spoke about recent events regarding Black Lives Matter Protest, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Iyanna Dior. Amanda can be found on Instagram @amfpete, on Facebook: Amanda Flowers Peterson Happy Birthday Breonna Taylor, today would have been her 27th birthday! Email Nephtali at intersectionality.wnephtali@gmail.com Nephtali is…
 
Kiese Laymon, Viet Thanh Nguyen, and Arundhati Roy join Kimberlé Crenshaw for the 9th installment of "Under the Blacklight." Together, they mine the complexities of narrative construction amid disaster, and shine the blacklight on the stories and counter-stories that shape the future and make meaning of the past. Hosted by Kimberlé Crenshaw (@sandy…
 
On Pt 8 of “Under The Blacklight,” LaTosha Brown, Anoa Changa, Crystal Feimster, Talitha LeFlouria and Emery Wright join together to discuss vote suppression, state violence, vigilantism, and fatal public health experiments in the state of Georgia. With:LATOSHA BROWN — Award-winning organizer, political strategist, jazz singer; Co-Founder of the Bl…
 
On Episode Seven of “Under The Blacklight,” Carol Anderson, Alex DiBranco, Joseph Lowndes, Mab Segrest, Dorian Warren, and Jason Wilson unpack the central role that ideological Whiteness continues to play in the US response to COVID-19, including ongoing efforts -- on the part of individuals and institutions alike -- to unlock the lockdown. With: C…
 
Nephtali went on Art and Issac's love journey from their conception to present day, with Amanda Peterson as a co-host. This episode entails Art and Issac's upbringings, how they met, what their faith looks like as queer folk, and keeping their relationship a secret. Art's service for the community is called "Under the Arc" and can be found on Insta…
 
On Episode Six of “Under The Blacklight,” Josie Duffy Rice, Nina A. Kohn, Marc Lamont Hill, Rebecca Nagle, Ravi Ragbir, and Alyosxa Tudor map the devastating path of COVID through various locations of confinement — including prisons and jails, immigration detention centers, Native country, nursing homes, and the home — and examine the historical pr…
 
On Episode Five of “Under The Blacklight,” David Blight, Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, William Darity Jr., Ibram X. Kendi, and Kate Manne navigate the historical contours of the pandemic, and the pre-existing inequalities that shape its impact. Building on last week’s interrogation of “disaster white supremacy”, this week's conversation explores how inter…
 
On Episode Four of “Under The Blacklight: The Intersectional Failures that COVID Lays Bare,” Paul Butler (Professor of Law, Georgetown; Author of Chokehold: Policing Black Men), Bree Newsome Bass (Community organizer & artist), Barbara Arnwine (Founder and Director, Transformative Justice Coalition), Kehinde Andrews (Professor, Birmingham City Univ…
 
In the third episode in our new series, “Under the Blacklight: The Intersectional Vulnerabilities that COVID Lays Bare” (originally aired over Zoom April 8th), six incredible change-makers — Rosa Clemente (organizer and journalist; President and Founder of Know Thyself Productions), Asali DeVan Ecclesiastes (Executive Director, Ashé Cultural Arts C…
 
In the second episode in our new conversation series, “Under the Blacklight: The Intersectional Vulnerabilities that COVID Lays Bare” (originally aired over Zoom April 1st), five incredible change-makers join host Kimberlé Crenshaw for a conversation about building collective resistance and power in the time of COVID-19. Saru Jayaraman and Mily Tre…
 
On this episode of Intersectionality Matters, Kimberle Crenshaw is joined by two timely voices -- Ashton Applewhite, author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism, and J.R. Fleming, Executive Director of the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign -- to discuss how ageism, and its varying intersections with race, class, ability, and gender, is mate…
 
The past several weeks have prompted unprecedented levels of turmoil and unpredictability due to rising alarm over COVID-19. While American society has taken precautionary measures to counter the spread of the virus, those most vulnerable to societal neglect remain most impacted. Coronavirus did not create the stark social, financial, and political…
 
There's a natural boom among women of African descent. Kinky, curly and coily hairstyles have joined cornrows, locks and twists as just a few of the looks that Black women, girls and femmes are rocking confidently and unapologetically. This Black hair renaissance is reshaping what we see in fashion magazines, on television, in classrooms, and even …
 
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