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You Talk It. We Live It.

You Talk It. We Live It.

All of America's top ten talk shows are hosted by millionaires and billionaires! This is not one of them. You Talk It. We Live It. is a talk show about, by and for working people. Hosted by three women who know the every day realities of struggling to keep food on the table, pay the bills, educate their families while supporting friends and community. This show will bring you unfiltered perspectives of the issues confronting the working class.

Recent Episodes

Should the federal gov't raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour and expand Section 8?May 30, 2021 Episode artwork COVID -19: Perspectives on India #19May 09, 2021 Episode artwork An Artist's Tale: A Conversation with Musician Hauk Heimdallsman #18April 01, 2021 Episode artwork An Artist's Tale: A Conversation with Director and Voice Actor Sommer Martin #17February 28, 2021 Episode artwork COVID -19: Transit Workers — How are our transit workers faring during the pandemic? #16February 15, 2021 Episode artwork An Artist's Tale: A Conversation with Musician and Artist Dulcie Taylor #15January 30, 2021 Episode artwork Behind the Camera: Women in the Film and Television Industry; A conversation with Emmy Award Winner Donna Quante #14January 15, 2021 Episode artwork Insurrection in Washington, D.C., #13January 09, 2021 Episode artwork How do non-Christians celebrate the holidays? **BONUS**December 25, 2020 Episode artwork COVID -19: Perspectives from Barbados. #12November 30, 2020 Episode artwork Can lobbyists help working class people? A conversation with Oregon lobbyist Mike Selvaggio #11November 14, 2020 Episode artwork Who you calling working class?#10October 30, 2020 Episode artwork Two white women talk about race, protests and Black Lives Matter in America. #9October 15, 2020 Episode artwork Are the teachers okay? A conversation with Jaime Rodriguez President AFT- Oregon. #8October 01, 2020 Episode artwork A conversation with Marvin Peña Grassroots Engagement Coordinator at VOZ Workers' Rights Education Project. #7September 13, 2020 Episode artwork No more stolen sisters. The pandemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG). #6July 29, 2020 Episode artwork Revolutionize the Revolution. #5July 28, 2020 Episode artwork Sex crimes and affluence. #4June 10, 2020 Episode artwork Artist Helen Amirian talks about her work and her journey of self discovery. #3June 09, 2020 Episode artwork