Aug 24, 2018
Today’s episode is Black and White on Fire, Season 3 Episode 7
CW: Racism, Violence, Sexism and Language
Summer Contest! Final week!
Dawn and Rachel discuss donuts, Rex Manning Day, the complexity of eggs for breakfast, Hamilton and the shade Rachel throws at Dawn and future guest Sarah Ifft Decker’s Chicago visit. Oh let’s not forget Dawn covers her bougie, yet passive K12 education in the intro. Rachel gives a ringing endorsement on while all of us need library cards too.
This episode centers around the Watts Rebellion of 1965. We provide a brief history toward the beginning of the episode. Also the entire subject sadly still feels very 2018.
We do our best to discuss triggering language used in this episode.
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