quick disclaimer: tech was not our friend during/after the recording of this episode. while our audio engineer Zorin McGuire is a a genius by our standards, even he couldn't fully compensate for the fact that Garage Band decided to just not save any of the audio for Stephanie. so you're gonna hear the less than ideal Zoom audio in this episode. thanks for bearing with us - Olga is certainly a force to be reckoned with, & we know you don't want to miss out on the wonderful things she brought to the table in this episode.
it is our privilege to share this incredible conversation we had with our very first guest Olga Segura for S1E3.
Olga Segura is an author, opinion/culture editor, & all around homie. she came on to discuss #BlackLivesMatter & a number of other themes that are poignantly laid out in her debut book Birth of a Movement: Black Lives Matter and the Catholic Church. we thoroughly enjoyed hearing about her experience in catholic media, relating with her about being baby radicals, calling out the messiness of the church in regards to racism, & gushing over radical Black women who are paving paths to liberation.
after you've heard it, we want to hear from you about what stood out from the episode: what soothed your tired soul? what validated your disillusionment? what part radicalized you? send us your thoughts through firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Disinherited is for the tired, disillusioned, & radicalized catholic. created & hosted by Ike Ndolo & Stephanie Espinoza. audio engineered by Zorin McGuire. art design by Joe Sanchez, Jr. music by Ike Ndolo.
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