We are featuring the first podcast episode from Asheville's Word on the Street Squad. This group of Black and Latinx youth have written and produced a podcast exploring cultural roots and power by speaking about Dia De Los Muertos and Voodoo, telling stories they have heard in their families and cultures, and reflecting on how Halloween has culturally appropriated them, perpetuating oppression. They are also in the midst of their annual fundraiser, El Arte De La Abundancia. You can find out more, and donate towards their goal, by visiting www.artedelaabundancia.org.
It's Halloween. You've been gone so long. We missed you so much. Welcome home.
Poppy O'Brien investigates a series of letters from the 1940s. Featuring guest performers Beth Eyre, Jen Sugden, and James Oliva. This episode is sponsored by Dashlane (www.dashlane.com/palimpsest)
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Josie has a choice to make.
Josie breaks the code. Tragedy strikes. This episode contains images of graphic violence, including gun violence.
Voices in the night. Josie has a visitor. This episode is sponsored by Dashlane. Today's episode contains images of war, violence, and discussions of suicide.
Josie examines the book. Poetry and parentage. CW: Poetry
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Broken codes. Josie underground. Contains graphic depictions of violence and war. This episode is sponsored by Dashlane. www.dashlane.com/palimpsest