Audio we love: podcast recommendations of the month

Every month, Executive Committee member Sadie rounds up some of the best podcasts she’s heard. Got a suggestion? Email us at sadie[at]ga-pa.org!

The Longest Shortest Time – How to Not (Accidentally) Raise a Racist

For parents, talking about race can be difficult – especially in the current political climate in the United States. This parenting podcast episode explores how best to talk to children about this topic, and how to introduce them to ideas which challenge negative stereotypes about racial and ethnic minorities.

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Intelligence Squared – Feminism is for Everyone

In this live recording, Intelligence Squared brings together several prominent speakers on the subject of how to make feminism work for everyoneHow can we incorporate an intersectional lens? How can men and boys get involved? How can we be good allies to one another? Listen today and get some good ideas for your own feminist campaigning.

LSE Public Events – Viewing Autism Through the Arts Lens

How realistically are autism and the experiences of autistic people and their families portrayed in the arts? Literature such as The Reason I Jump, plays like The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, and movies such as The Accountant that reach the general public potentially increase the awareness of autism, but how far can arts and literature further revolutionise the way it is understood?

London-based postgraduate student in Gender & Sexuality Studies. On the side: playing ukulele, exploring, cinema!

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