More details about Cassie & Diddy's relationship have recently been revealed with regards to his alleged controlling behavior, SA and more. In this mini episode, Margo & Tashira discuss the reasons that survivors stories are all so different, and why some need more time than others to come forward, if they come forward at all.
Margo & Tashira join for a mini, short-form, rapid response episode to the recent news surrounding Cassandra Ventura, who recently sued Sean "Diddy" Combs under New York's Adult Survivors Act. The law gives victims of sexual abuse who were 18 or older at the time of the abuse a one-year window to file civil suits. The window closed on November 23, 2023.
Margo and Tashira speak with Amanda Hunter, Executive Director of the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, about the challenges women face in politics. They explore data behind women's electability, the power of local elections and rampant stereotypes across political parties. Overall, Amanda lays out a plan to get more women into elected office.
Margo and Tashira share their evolution and experiences with work, often toxic. Work life balance is something that is often talked about but seldom modeled.
Public systems like criminal legal (criminal justice) and child welfare are failing. In this episode, Margo and Tashira discuss their expansive legal and policy backgrounds to identify systematic failures. How do we create a society where the most vulnerable are safe, healthy and whole?
In this episode, Margo and Tashira speak with Dr. Megan Evans, a physician and reproductive justice advocate. They tackle abortion and bodily autonomy post the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade. Dr. Evans challenges the world to see "all abortions are acts of love" and the hosts loudly concur.