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Sep 11, 2017

Mariam Jalabi is Director of the Syrian National Coalition's office at the United Nations, the largest political opposition group of the Syrian Revolution. Jalabi joins the podcast to discuss the current landscape of the crisis in Syria, and the advocacy movement working to ensure that women play a crucial role in...


Aug 28, 2017

The new documentary, Served Like A Girl, is an eye-opening look at the incredible contributions and challenges experienced by female members of the military, including homelessness and inadequate family support services. After confronting these obstacles firsthand, Major Jaspen Boothe took action to support others in...


Aug 14, 2017

Maryalice and Julia spoke with Sarah Lane, a Principal Dancer with the American Ballet Theater, about her accomplishments as a dancer, her struggles with confidence and self-esteem, and her fondness for ice cream. And, instead of the usual chatter, the ladies sat down with Kaitlyn Tiffany, Culture Reporter at the...


Jul 31, 2017

If you thought the movie Contact was all sci-fi fantasy,
think again! In this episode, Julia and Maryalice talk to a top notch
science journalist about the real-life pioneer that was the
inspiration for Jodie Foster's character in the 1997 film. Sarah
Scoles has a new book all about that inspiring astronomer,...


Jul 17, 2017

Julia and Maryalice talk to Zoe LePage, the founder of Exhale to Inhale. What started as a college project and a hunch about the profound effects of yoga, has expanded to a growing organization committed to bringing yoga classes to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Also, a discussion about...