Real Talk About Being a Public Survivor w/@Wagatwe Wanjuki — #KatieSpeakShow Ep29 03/19/2016

In brief: Survivors of all shapes serve as inspiration for others. Wagatwe Wanjuki is on for the full show to talk about creating space and joy for ourselves in a culture that demands all women, but survivors in particular, be perpetually selfless. It’s long past time for some real talk on the right to individual happiness.

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Easy download/stream:

Enhanced audio: Real Talk About Being a Public Survivor w/@Wagatwe Wanjuki — #KatieSpeakShow Ep29 03/19/2016

Links to on-air references:

My take…

“All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation” by Rebecca Traister

Audre Lorde self-care quote via Know Your IX: “Dealing with Activist Burn-Out and Self-Care”

Interviews…

Wagatwe’s piece on her Oscar experience: “What It’s Really Like Being A Survivor In The Public Eye” at The Establishment

Follow my guests…

Wagatwe Wanjuki: on Twitter & website

Image courtesy “New Old Stock Photos” — “Dark Matter and Galaxies Part Ways in Collision between Hefty Galaxy Clusters” from the Smithsonian Institute

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