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Ep 90: Another World Is Possible
Jul 27, 2020 · 1 hr 33 min
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Money and Nikeeta are co-quarantining and if our friendship survives this, so will the podcast! Money gives music recommendations to help our mood. Nikeeta gives us #DefundThePolice pt. II. We talk reality TV and highlight artist, organizer, and anarchist  Sima Lee as QueerWOC of the Week.

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QueerWOC of the Week: 00:04:46
Hip Hop artist, organizer, and anarchist Sima Lee @simaleerbg
Check out Sima’s interview with Jared Ball here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ60w3dZius
Check out her music here: https://simalee.bandcamp.com/
More on the Maroon House Movement: https://www.facebook.com/MaroonMovement/

Community Contributors: 00:11:40
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On the cashapp: Jennifer & Elise
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DandelionDoodle and JennyPaper

Mental Moment with Money 00:15:50
Music for Melancholy
These are the albums and artists that have been helping me through this rough patch.
Mood has such an impact on our interpersonal relationships (which is why I tend to isolate) and music has such an impact on our mood. A study published in the Journal of affective disorders in 1995 by Bouhuys et al explored this. They played sad songs for 24 people who did not suffer from any kind of mood disorder and 12 (thats HALF) showed substantial differences in experienced depression after listening to the sad music. They perceived more rejection from “neutral” faces and rated faces overall more sad/angry, perceiving this sadness/anger as directed at them. They also perceived less invitation and happiness in faces than they had before listening to the music.

They Say I’m Different - Betty Davis
Chasing Summer - SiR
To Myself - Baby Rose
Suga (Deluxe) - Kyle Dion
Black Fantastic - Black Fantastic

Word 00:32:50
Nikeeta’s Leftest Lesbian Luminary Labor Lecture
Defund the police: part deux
Here’s the thread from Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor https://twitter.com/KeeangaYamahtta/status/1285691409123749894?s=20
Here’s a free PDF copy of No Shortcuts by Jane McAlevey https://academicworks.cuny.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2057&context=gc_etds

Topic: 01:04:20
What reality TV Show or competition would you create?

Curved Chronicle: 01:23:20
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