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Sara interviews esteemed comedian Bassem Youssef and informs listeners on how they can vote on NC State’s campus.
Sara chats with Mia Connell, the founder of We Bleed Red, a student-led initiative to increase access to menstrual care. The two discuss the changing goals of this movement and challenges it has faced so far.
Sara chats with the Editor in Chief of Nubian Message about how the university’s African American newspaper got its start and what their plans are for the future.
Sara and Jenaye sit down for their final show of the year, and for Jenaye’s last show before she transfers to UNCG, to play an interview with Pablo Campos about the Post Secret project happening nationwide.
Sara and Jenaye plug a few local events coming up in Raleigh, then play an interview from a past episode in which they speak with the group Muslim Women For.
Sara and Jenaye have a discussion about recent political topics such as gun violence in the US and the response to it, March for Our Lives.
Sara and Jenaye sit down with The Muslims, an "all-queer, black and brown punk band" from Durham.
Sara and Jenaye sit down with Lexi from FarmHer, an organization that aims to promote and empower women in agriculture.
Sara and Jenaye speak Marissa Jerden, creator of The Living Room Experience audio documentary.
Sara and Jenaye speak to Carter Pape, founder and host of the Praeci podcast.
Sara interviews Diaspoura, an incredible artist exploring social issues over soothing experimental instrumentals! Be sure to buy your tickets to Double Barrel Benefit 15 so you can catch Diaspoura live on Night 1: https://wknc.org/dbb15
Sara and Jenaye talk to NC State’s chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America about their first semester on campus.
Sara and Jenaye sit down with El Pueblo, a group advocating for social justice and the empowerment of the Latinx community.
Sara and Jenaye talk to Oaks and Spokes, an organization that supports the growing cycling community in Raleigh.
Sara and Jenaye speak to Saving Space Showcase, a music initiative that highlights minority artists and benefits charities. This episode also features an interview with NC State Student Body President Jackie Gonzalez and Vice President Mia Connell.
Sara and Jenaye speak to Muslim Women For, a local advocacy group.
Sara, Jenaye, and Phian chat with Adam and Charles (from The Pour House and Raleigh Little Theatre respectively)who have teamed up to put on Groove in the Garden, a day of local music and family fun held in Raleigh Little Threatre's rose garden! They also catch up with Mary Alta of Girls Rock NC, an amazing group which Groove in the Garden will benefit this year, as well as with Groove in the Garden performers Kate Rhudy and Marc Kuzio of Ghhost Bllonde.
Jenaye interviews Erika, co-founder of Manifest, a yearly feminist music festival in Carrboro! Up later are Zafir and Vishal, who co-founded Nourish International NCSU's comedy show series!
Phian and Jenaye speak with Gemynii, founder of The Conjure, a dance party for black and brown femmes, and Journeymen, an organization that teaches emotional literacy to young boys.
Sara, Jenaye, and Phian interview Symplicity, a positive rap group formed here at NC State!
Sara interviews Joumana Medlej, a London-based artist who uses creates abstract pieces using kufic-style Arabic calligraphy.
Phian interviews Andy Taylor of Medic, a nonprofit organization that pairs students and professionals to help fund/realize new biomedical innovations!
Sara talks songwriting, finding inspiration, and future plans with local musicians Keenan of XOXOK and Max of sl0wgl0w. Stay tuned to hear a great track from each band!
Sara and Jenaye talk the election, white feminism, “artivism”, and much more with the officers of SAGE, NC State’s feminist student organization.
Sara and Jenaye sit down with Johnathan and Connor from Technician, NC State's student newspaper. Topics range from the life of a student journalist in 2017, balancing digital and print media, and their favorite moments from working at the paper.
Sara and Jenaye discuss poetry, self publishing, print media's relevance, and more with Windhover editor-in-chief C Phillips.
Local author Suzanne Miller joins Sarah to talk about the process of writing her new book Queen, and reads a selection. Sarah also goes over upcoming events around the triangle.
Sarah and Arthur of the Purr Cup mobile cat cafe stop by the studios to chat about their fundraiser to lease a permanent location. They also discuss their work with the Meow House Cat Rescue, to help find shelter cats loving homes.