Storytelling: A Vital Part of Resistance w/@diannaeanderson — #KatieSpeakShow Ep63 11/19/2016

In brief: I’m continuing to make space for those of us processing the election. My guest is author Dianna E. Anderson, who worked for the Hillary campaign on the ground in IA and is my favorite expert on theology and its intersection with feminism and politics. We got real about what the election means for us and others and she calls on those who are moved to become louder and more unapologetically liberal to make their politics personal, sharing stories about how the election affects their lives.

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Easy download/stream:

Enhanced audio: Storytelling: A Vital Part of Resistance w/@diannaeanderson — #KatieSpeakShow Ep63 11/19/2016

Links to on-air references:

My take…

My op ed at The Establishment: “Right Now, There’s Not Much To Do But Survive”

”Why anti-Trump protests matter” by Sarah Jaffe at RollingStone

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

Interviews…

Iowa Election Results

My millennial love letter at The Establishment: ”Dear Millennials: Please Keep Fighting”

Follow my guests…

Dianna E. Anderson: Twitter; website

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