Oct 30, 2020
Rita and Amanda discover how easy it is to be a successful podcast--provided you're a mediocre white man. Then Rita tells the story of Betty Okino, an accomplished gymnast who broke barriers and invented complicated moves that changed the gymnastics world forever.
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Oct 23, 2020
Rita and Amanda talk about what it's like to feel invisible at
work, then Amanda tells the story of Holocaust survivor and movie
music editor, Else Blangsted. Her accomplishments and personal life
are equal parts complex and fascinating.
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Oct 16, 2020
Amanda shares her obsession with Jessica Simpson's memoir and
how her body is treated by the media. Then Rita tells the inspiring
story of Betty Mae Tiger Jumper, the first and, as of 2020, the
ONLY female chief of the Seminole Tribe in Florida.
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Oct 9, 2020
At the top, Rita shares an intimate moment with her mother. Then
Amanda introduces Alice Guy-Blaché, credited as the first female
filmmaker and perhaps the first person ever to create a narrative
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Oct 2, 2020
We're back! And with a new, sleek format! Rita introduces us to Ida Laura Pfeiffer, an Austrian explorer, travel writer, and ethnographer who got her start later in life.
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